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Tony Gong and Adam Lavallee

There seems to be a trend toward using creative terminology for mathematical properties and procedures as teachers attempt to engage their students. This short article explores potential issues and concerns related to the use of creative terminology and its effect on students' ability to meet the CCSSI standards of mathematical practice.

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Heather Lynn Johnson

This article explores quantitative reasoning used by students working on a bottle- filling task. Two forms of reasoning are highlighted: simultaneous-independent reasoning and change-dependent reasoning.

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Sheldon P. Gordon

The idea of a function of several variables–important in other disciplines–can be introduced in secondary school mathematics courses.

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Julie Barnes and Kathy Jaqua

A kinesthetic approach to developing ideas of function transformations can get students physically and intellectually involved.

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Michael D. Steele

This article explores facilitating meaningful mathematics discourse, one of the research-based practices described in Principles to Actions: Ensuring Mathematical Success for All. Two tools that can support teachers in strengthening their classroom discourse are discussed in this, another installment in the series.

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Karine S. Ptak

To maximize classroom time spent on practice and concept attainment, a teaching team discarded traditional warm-up activities and homework assignments.

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Cherie Lynn Ichinose and Armando M. Martinez-Cruz

A Diophantine equation engages mathematics students as they problem solve.

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Emiliano Gómez and Risa A. Wolfson

In this activity, students gradually fill bottles of different shapes and graph the water level (height) versus the volume of water inside the bottles. Then they explore the relationship between the shape of a bottle and the resulting graph.

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Melissa Geist, Holly Anthony, and Twanelle Majors

Such applications can make mathematics content relevant to students.

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Amy F. Hillen and LuAnn Malik

A card-sorting task can help students extend their understanding of functions and functional relationships.