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Jean M. McGivney-Burelle

How a group of third-grade students engaged in mathematical reasoning while solving mathematics problems involving networks. Examples of the project and classroom ideas for teachers are included in this article.

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Jean McGivney-Burelle and Janet White

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Jean McGivney-Burelle, Raymond J. McGivney, and Katherine G. McGivney

This article describes an engaging datagathering activity that involves exploring relationships between latitude and average monthly temperatures of cities in the Western Hemisphere. Our extensive work with middle school and high school students has confirmed this activity's attractive features: It is elastic (i.e., it can be adapted for use in either algebra 1 or algebra 2); it is interdisciplinary and can be taught through team teaching; and it requires wise and effective use of technology.

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Kelly Cline, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Holly Zullo

Voting in the classroom can engage students and promote discussion. All you need is a good set of questions.

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Edited by Jean McGivney-Burelle and Janet White

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Benjamin J. Galluzzo, Jean McGivney-Burelle, and Rikki B. Wagstrom

A classroom-tested activity uses authentic, diet-related data to focus on sustainability.

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Jean McGivney-Burelle and Janet A. White

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Edited by Jean McGivney-Burelle and Janet A. White