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Volume 110, No. 2

September 2016


Correlation Revelation: The Search for Meaning in Pearson's Coefficient 
Craig Huhn 
Lesson planning leads to a deeper consideration of what it means to study and learn mathematics.
How Administrators' Messages Influence Teacher Practice 
Richelle Marynowski 
Teachers react to pressure and expectations as they prepare students for high-stakes exams.
Fostering Algebraic Understanding through Math Magic 
Kien H. Lim 
Meaningful context motivates students to appreciate the usefulness of variables, expressions, equations, and symbolic transformations.
Snapshots of Equitable Teaching in a Highly Diverse Classroom 
Ruth N. Urbina-Lilback 
Two instructional principles—being open to students' input and building on misconceptions—can open the door for mathematics learning in community college.
A Study of Statistics through Tootsie Pops 
Shelby Aaberg, Jason Vitosh, and Wendy Smith 
Students construct confidence intervals, write hypothesis tests, and use sampling data to evaluate claims—all by using candy wrappers.



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Reader Reflections 
Readers reflect on past articles
Media Clips  
How Big Is Too Big? / / Attendance Matters
Mathematical Lens  
Closed Circular Chains
Calendar and Solutions  
A set of problems of many types.
Connecting Research to Teaching 
Strategically Fostering Dynamic Interactive Environments

Technology Tips

Mathematical Modeling with MyMaps and Spreadsheets

Delving Deeper

Factor and Remainder Theorems: An Appreciation

For Your Information

Reviews of NCTM books and others.

The Back Page: My Favorite Lesson

Exploring Geometric Sequences


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Call for Manuscripts: Reasoning and Sense Making


Call for Manuscripts: Technology Tips


Call for Manuscripts: Connecting Research to Teaching


Call for Manuscripts:  Focus Issue: Tool Kit for Early-Career Teachers


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