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Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching

January 2017 Volume 36, Number 1

Editors

Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Flipping Math in a Secondary Classroom

    Kevin J. Graziano, School of Education, Nevada State College, United States; John D. Hall, Global High School, United States

    Research on flipped instruction with K-12 English Language Learners (ELLs) is limited. The purpose of this study was to examine the academic performance of ELLs who received flipped instruction in ... More

    pp. 5-16

  2. Supporting Teachers’ Understandings of Function through Online Professional Development

    Jason Silverman, Drexel University, United States

    This article explores one segment of an extended research and development project that was conducted to better understand the ways online teacher professional development can support teachers’... More

    pp. 17-39

  3. A Framework For Examining Teachers’ Noticing Of Mathematical Cognitive Technologies

    Ryan Smith, Dongjo Shin & Somin Kim, University of Georgia, United States

    In this paper, we propose the mathematical cognitive technology noticing framework for examining how mathematics teachers evaluate, select, and modify mathematical cognitive technology to use in... More

    pp. 41-63

  4. Using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to Analyze Public School Bullying: A Statewide Survey of 587,128 Students

    Francis Stonier, Kenneth Teed & Carl Westine, University of West Georgia, United States

    The use of surveys and GIS mapping allows one to more readily examine spatial relationships that may occur. Greater attention may be paid to understanding these clusters and develop better... More

    pp. 65-74

  5. An Exploration of Note-taking in an Online Calculus Course

    Carla van de Sande, Jay Abramson & Julia Judson-Garcia, Arizona State University, United States

    Taking notes is a popular activity for students attending instructional lectures and has been linked to achievement. Research on note-taking has shown that the contents and usefulness of student... More

    pp. 75-99