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William P. Bintz and Sara Delano Moore

The stars aligned when two demonstration lessons to integrate math and literature revealed the disconnect between the “constellations” of curriculum and learning.

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Kimberly Morrow-Leong, Sara Delano Moore, and Linda M. Gojak

Reading mathematics picture books to children increases interest in mathematics, strengthens vocabulary, and can improve achievement.

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Sara Delano Moore and William P. Bintz

AS TEACHER EDUCATORS, OUR WORK involves helping novice and experienced middle school teachers integrate literature in the mathematics classroom.

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William P. Blintz and Sara Delano Moore

AT ONE TIME, NOT SO LONG AGO, we thought that we were a very odd pair. Although we were faculty members in middle school education at the same university, one of us was a reading educator and the other, a mathematics educator. What could we possibly have had in common? What could we talk about? And how could we talk about it to each other? We did not have the same professional backgrounds, and we surely did not speak the same language! Many of our colleagues just shook their heads and said that our collaboration would never work.