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Tami S. Martin and Amanda L. Miller

Over the past 2 years, one of the most frequently posed questions from authors to our editorial team has been how best to go about revising a manuscript that received a revise and resubmit decision. The intent of this editorial is to share publicly what we have been sharing with individual authors to support productive revisions, transforming manuscripts with revise and resubmit decisions into manuscripts that are likely to be accepted for publication.

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Melike Kara, Cheryl L. Eames, Amanda L. Miller, and Annie Chieu

Geometric patterns are generalized recursively and explicitly to relate multiple representations modeled by quadratic expressions.

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Amanda L. Miller and Jeffrey E. Barrett

In Reconceptualizing Early Mathematics Learning, editors Lyn English and Joanne Mulligan present a widely varying collection of research and initiatives within the field of early mathematics education research, providing a thoughtful argument for further investment and work in this developing field of study. Among the diverse contributions to this volume, the editors have included (a) a narration of how the historical development of research in sociology, philosophy of education, mathematics, and the sciences contributes to the present perspectives and theoretical orientation of early childhood researchers, (b) a report of the use of iPad technology that provides interactive instruction for young children learning about number, and (c) a survey of several professional development programs that emphasize young learners' awareness of structure in mathematical settings. The collection of research reported here provides a lively engagement with some important topics in early mathematics education research. One challenge for an edited collection of reports from a given field is organizing it along themes in a sequence that helps the reader understand the trends and issues. Rather than reading the book from cover to cover, we suggest reading groups of chapters identified by theme.