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1. CHALLENGES EXAMINING HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CONCEPTIONS OF MATHEMATICS
 Grady, Maureen.

1. DYLAN’S COORDINATING UNITS ACROSS CONTEXTS
 Boyce, Steven. and Norton, Anderson.

10. A FRAMEWORK FOR TEACHER RESPONSIVENESS
 Przybyla-Kuchek, Julia., Hardison, Hamilton. and Bishop, Jessica.

10. JUSTIFICATION IN THE CONTEXT OF LINEAR FUNCTIONS: GESTURING AS SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
 Hord, Casey., DeJarnette, Anna. and Marita, Samantha.

11. MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING IN TURKEY: VARIABLES THAT AFFECT PROBLEM SOLVING SUCCESS
 Sezgin memnun, Dilek., Coban, Merve. and Dinc, Emre.

11. MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE OF HIGH COGNITIVE DEMAND TASKS
 Candela, Amber.

12. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS' USES OF DRAGGING FOR EXAMINING GEOMETRIC REPRESENTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS
 Hollebrands, Karen., McCulloch, Allison. and Chandler, Kayla.

12. LATTICE LAND: A MATH MICROWORLD FOR CLASSROOM INQUIRY
 Pei, Christina (Yu).

13. MATHEMATICAL EQUIVALENCE AND ALGEBRA: FUNCTIONS, VARIABLES, AND EXPRESSIONS
 McLean, Tamika. and Mix, Kelly.

13. REFLECTIONS OF A TEACHER ON THE RESOURCES USED IN THE UNDERSTANDING AND CALCULATION OF SLOPE
 Páez, David., Guzmán, José. and Zambrano, José.

14. DRAWING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN STUDENTS’ MISCONCEPTIONS AND TEACHERS’ INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES
 Eker, Ayfer., Lee, Mi., Zeybek, Zulfiye., Adefope, Olufunke. and Cross, Dionne.

14. LAUNCHING PROBLEMS: EXPANDING TEACHERS’ SCHEMA FOR STUDENT AND TEACHER RESPONSES
 Wieman, Rob., Perry, Jill. and McAneny, Kathleen (Taffy).

15. AN EQUITABLE APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF UTILITY IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
 Dobie, Tracy.

15. LINEAR REPRESENTATIONS OF TWO-DIGIT NUMBERS PROMOTE FIRST GRADERS' NUMBER ESTIMATION
 Zhang, Yu. and Okamoto, Yukari.

16. SPECIALIZED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT WITH GSP: A CASE STUDY
 Zambak, Vecihi. and Tyminski, Andrew.

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A CALL TO ACTION: TOWARDS AN ECOLOGICAL-DYNAMICS THEORY OF MATHEMATICS LEARNING, TEACHING, AND DESIGN
 Abrahamson, Dor. and Sánchez–García, Raúl.

A COGNITIVE SCHEME THAT EMERGED FROM AN ALGEBRA CLASSROOM TEACHING EXPERIMENT
 Moss, Diana. and Lamberg, Teruni.

A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS: VARIOUS WAYS OF RESPONDING TO NEW TECHNOLOGY
 Lim, Woong., Kim, Dongjoong., Brantley-Dias, Laurie. and Son, Ji-Won.

A DYNAMIC GEOMETRY-CENTERED TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AND ITS IMPACT
 Jiang, Zhonghong., White, Alexander., Sorto, Alejandra., Rosenwasser, Alana. and McBroom, Ewelina.

A FRAMEWORK FOR ANALYZING INFORMAL INFERENTIAL REASONING TASKS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS
 Huey, Maryann. and Jackson, Christa.

A LEARNING PROGRESSIONS APPROACH TO EARLY ALGEBRA RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
 Fonger, Nicole., Stephens, Ana., Blanton, Maria. and Knuth, Eric.

A MATHEMATICAL MODELING LENS ON A CONVENTIONAL WORD PROBLEM
 Czocher, Jennifer. and Maldonado, Luz.

A METHOD FOR DESCRIBING INFORMAL INFERENTIAL REASONING IN MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
 Goss, Joshua.

A MIXED METHODS STUDY OF ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCES WITH AND PERSPECTIVES ON THE CCSS-MATHEMATICS
 Swars, Susan. and Chestnutt, Cliff.

A MULTI-YEAR STUDY OF THE IMPACT OF A PROBLEM-SOLVING FOCUSED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ON TEACHER LEADERSHIP
 Yow, Jan. and White, Diana.

A REFINEMENT OF MICHENER’S EXAMPLE CLASSIFICATION
 Cavey, Laurie. and Kinzel, Margaret.

A TOOLBOX FOR SUPPORTING EARLY NUMBER LEARNING IN PLAY: MOVING BEYOND “HOW MANY’?
 Wager, Anita. and Parks, Amy.

ADDRESSING EQUITY AND DIVERSITY ISSUES IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
 Foote, Mary., Wager, Anita., Bartell, Tonya., Edwards, Ann., Battey, Dan. and Spencer, Joi.

ALGEBRA NOTATION FOR FUNCTIONS IN GRADES 5 THROUGH 9
 Sharpe, Sheree. and Schliemann, Analúcia.

ALGONQUIN LOOMING IN A GRADE 6 MATH CLASS
 Beatty, Ruth. and Blair, Danielle.

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BILINGUALS’ NON-LINGUISTIC COMMUNICATION: GESTURES AND TOUCHSCREEN DRAGGING IN CALCULUS
 Ng, Oi-Lam.

BUILDING PEDAGOGICAL CAPACITY THROUGH TASK DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION
 Fleming, Ali., Roble, Amanda., Yao, Xiangquan. and Brosnan, Patricia.

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CAN I TEACH MATHEMATICS? A STUDY OF PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ SELF–EFFICACY AND MATHEMATICS ANXIETY
 Stoehr, Kathleen. and Olson, Amy.

CATEGORIZING STATEMENTS OF THE MULTIPLICATION PRINCIPLE
 Lockwood, Elise., Reed, Zackery. and Caughman, John.

CHANGING CONES: THEMES IN STUDENTS’ REPRESENTATION OF A DYNAMIC SITUATION
 Stevens, Irma., Hobson, Natalie., Moore, Kevin., Paoletti, Teo., LaForest, Kevin. and Mauldin, Kathryn.


CHILDREN’S THREE-DIMENSIONAL MENTAL STRUCTURING USING A DYNAMIC COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT
 Rupnow, Theodore., Cullen, Craig., Beck, Pamela., Barrett, Jeffrey., Clements, Douglas. and Sarama, Julie.

COLLECTIVE LEARNING: CONCEPTUALIZING THE POSSIBILITIES IN THE MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM
 McGarvey, Lynn., Davis, Brent., Glanfield, Florence., Martin, Lyndon., Mgombelo, Joyce., Proulx, Jerome., Simmt, Elaine., Thom, Jennifer. and Towers, Jo.

COLLECTIVE REMEMBERING, NARRATIVES AND LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
 Manouchehri, Azita., Gilchrist, Sarah. and Yao, Xiangquan.

COMMUNICATIONS IN CURRICULUM MATERIALS AND TYPES OF STUDENT AUTONOMY PROMOTED
 Atanga, Napthalin. and Kim, Ok-Kyeong.

CONCEPTIONS AND CONSEQUENCES OF WHAT WE CALL ARGUMENTATION, JUSTIFICATION, AND PROOF
 Cirillo, Michelle., Kosko, Karl., Newton, Jill., Staples, Megan. and Weber, Keith.

CONNECTING MULTIPLE MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE BASES: PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ CONCEPT MAPS OF ASSESSING CHILDREN’S UNDERSTANDING OF FRACTIONS
 Guzman, Lynette.

CONNECTING THEORY AND PRACTICE IN MATHEMATICS TEACHER EDUCATION: AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS AS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTERS
 Store, Jessie.

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN PROVING PRACTICES AND CONCEPTIONS OF FIGURES OF SECONDARY PRESERVICE TEACHERS
 Creager, Mark.

COORDINATING EQUATIONS AND GRAPHS OF POLYNOMIALS: WHAT DO PATTERNS IN STUDENTS’ SOLUTION STRATEGIES REVEAL?
 Zahner, William., Dai, Ting., Cromley, Jennifer., Booth, Julie., Wills, Theodore., Shipley, Thomas. and Stepnowski, Walt.

CURRICULUM METAPHORS IN U.S. MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
 Choppin, Jeffrey., Roth McDuffie, Amy., Drake, Corey. and Davis, Jon.

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DESIGNING SIMULATED STUDENT EXPERIENCES TO IMPROVE TEACHER QUESTIONING
 Webel, Corey. and Conner, Kimberly.

DEVELOPING A FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF WHITENESS IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
 Battey, Dan. and Leyva, Luis.

DEVELOPING TEACHERS’ KNOWLEDGE OF CONTENT AND STUDENTS FOR TEACHING CATEGORICAL ASSOCIATION
 Casey, Stephanie., Ross, Andrew., Groth, Randall. and Zejnullahi, Rrita.

DEVELOPMENT OF PRESERVICE TEACHER NOTICING IN A CONTENT COURSE
 Warshauer, Hiroko., Strickland, Sharon., Namakshi, Nama., Hickman, Lauren. and Bhattacharyya, Sonalee.

DEVELOPMENT OF VERTICALLY EQUATED PROBLEM-SOLVING MEASURES
 Bostic, Jonathan. and Sondergeld, Toni.

DO YOU NOTICE WHAT I NOTICE? PRODUCTIVE MEDIUMS FOR TEACHER NOTICING
 Wickstrom, Megan.

DYNAMIC GEOMETRY SOFTWARE AND THE TRACING OF TANGENTS IN THE CONTEXT OF THE MEAN VALUE THEOREM
 Martínez-Hernández, Cesar. and Ulloa-Azpeitia, Ricardo.

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ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ABOUT THE TENSIONS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS THROUGH ART AND MUSIC
 Kalinec-Craig, Crystal.

EMBODIED MATHEMATICAL IMAGINATION AND COGNITION (EMIC) WORKING GROUP
 Nathan, Mitchell., Alibali, Martha., Nemirovsky, Ricardo., Walkington, Candace. and Hall, Rogers.

EQUITY IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION: WHO IS AN ALLY?
 LopezLeiva, Carlos., Herbel-Eisemann, Beth., Yolcu, Ayse. and Jones, Durrell.

EXAMINING EFFECTS OF IMPLEMENTING AN EDTPA TASK IN AN ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS METHODS COURSE
 Jacobs, Tiffany., Swars, Susan., Smith, Stephanie., Smith, Marvin. and Myers, Kayla.

EXAMINING K-12 PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ CURRICULAR NOTICING
 Males, Lorraine., Earnest, Darrell., Dietiker, Leslie. and Amador, Julie.

EXAMINING METHOD FOR STUDYING MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR TEACHING
 Snider, Rachel.

EXAMINING PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ ABILITY TO NOTICE AND ANALYZE EVIDENCE OF STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICS LEARNING
 Spitzer, Sandy. and Phelps, Christine.

EXAMINING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS TEACHERS' MATHEMATICAL MODELING CONTENT KNOWLEDGE
 Groshong, Kimberly., Gomez, Monelle. and Park, Joo Young.

EXAMINING THE ROLE LESSON PLANS PLAY IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION
 Courtney, Scott., Eliustaoglu, Esra. and Crawford, Amy.

EXPLORING A 'NOT-SO-COMMON' COMMON FRACTION REPRESENTATION
 Ziols, Ryan. and Matthews, Percival.

EXPLORING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN ADVANCED AND SECONDARY MATHEMATICS
 Murray, Eileen., Baldinger, Erin., Wasserman, Nicholas., Broderick, Shawn., Cofer, Tanya., White, Diana. and Stanish, Karen.

EXPLORING REASONING OF MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS ABOUT DATA DISPERSION IN RISK CONTEXTS
 Orta Amaro, José Antonio. and Sánchez Sánchez, Ernesto Alonso.

EXPLORING ROLES OF COGNITIVE STUDIES IN EQUITY: A CASE FOR KNOWLEDGE IN PIECES
 Adiredja, Aditya.

EXPLORING TEACHERS’ IN-THE-MOMENT REASONING IN EXPERIMENTATION AROUND RESPONSIVE TEACHING IN SECONDARY MATHEMATICS
 Dyer, Elizabeth.

EXPLORING THE CULTURE OF SCHOOL MATHEMATICS THROUGH STUDENTS’ IMAGES OF MATHEMATICS
 Towers, Jo., Takeuchi, Miwa., Hall, Jennifer. and Martin, Lyndon.

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FACTORS INFLUENCING SUSTAINED TEACHER CHANGE: A CASE STUDY OF TWO FORMER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PARTICIPANTS
 Taylor, Christine.

FLIPPING NUMBERS AND TURNING ARRAYS: STUDENTS’ JUSTIFICATIONS AND CONCEPTIONS OF THE COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY OF MULTIPLICATION
 Lord, Sarah.

FLOWCHARTS TO EVALUATE RESPONSES TO VIDEO-BASED PROFESSIONAL NOTICING ASSESSMENTS
 Schack, Edna., Fisher, Molly., Jong, Cindy. and Thomas, Jonathan.


FOSTERING CLASSROOM COMMUNICATION ON REPRESENTATIONS OF FUNCTIONS
 Gucler, Beste.

FOSTERING LEARNING-BASED CONVERSATIONS IN MATHEMATICS
 McFeetors, Janelle.

FRANK’S PERCEPTUAL SUBITIZING ACTIVITY RELATIVE TO NUMBER UNDERSTANDING AND ORIENTATION: A TEACHING EXPERIMENT
 MacDonald, Beth., Boyce, Steven., Xu, Joyce. and Wilkins, Jesse.

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GENERALIZING AVERAGE RATE OF CHANGE FROM SINGLE- TO MULTIVARIABLE FUNCTIONS
 Dorko, Allison. and Weber, Eric.

GLIMPSING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ AFFECT TOWARD STATISTICS: WHICH TEACHING AND LEARNING EXPERIENCES ARE MOST SIGNIFICANT?
 Zumbrun, Christina.

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HOW PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ FRACTIONAL CONCEPTS RELATE TO THEIR ABILITIES TO SOLVE PROBLEMS INVOLVING MORE ADVANCED FRACTIONAL KNOWLEDGE?
 Lee, Mi., Son, Ji-Won. and Arabeyyat, Talal.

HOW STUDENTS’ INTEGER ARITHMETIC LEARNING DEPENDS ON WHETHER THEY WALK A PATH OR COLLECT CHIPS
 Nurnberger-Haag, Julie.

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IDENTIFYING SIMILAR POLYGONS: COMPARING PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ ROUTINES WITH A MATHEMATICIAN’S
 Wang, Sasha.

IDENTIFYING SPACES FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS’ MULTIPLE MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE BASES IN EXISTING CURRICULUM
 Harper, Frances., Najarro, Jr., Eduardo., Bartell, Tonya. and Drake, Corey.

IMPLEMENTING THE CORE TEACHING PRACTICES TO MAKE MATHEMATICAL THINKING VISIBLE USING STUDENT-GENERATED MODELS
 Suh, Jennifer., Seshaiyer, Padmanabhan., Apollon, Monique., Gerasimova, Daria., King, Lesley., Matson, Kathleen. and Petillo, Alice.

INSIGHTS ON THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MATHEMATICS KNOWLEDGE FOR TEACHERS AND CURRICULAR MATERIAL
 Preciado Babb, Armando., Metz, Martina., Sabbaghan, Soroush. and Davis, Brent.

INTEGER SUBTRACTION: STUDENT DIFFICULTIES AND IMPLICATIONS FOR INSTRUCTION
 Pettis, Christy. and Glancy, Aran.

INTENDED TREATMENTS OF FRACTIONS, FRACTION ASSIDITION AND SUBTRACTION IN MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM FROM JAPAN, KOREA, TAIWAN AND U.S.
 Son, Ji-Won., Lo, Jane-Jane. and Watanabe, Tad.

INVESTIGATING SECONDARY MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION PRACTICES WHILE DOING PROOFS IN GEOMETRY
 Dimmel, Justin. and Herbst, Patricio.

INVESTIGATION OF MATH TEACHERS’ CIRCLE THROUGH A ZONE THEORY LENS
 Karakok, Gulden. and White, Diana.

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JAKE’S CONCEPTUAL OPERATIONS IN MULTIPLICATIVE TASKS: FOCUS ON NUMBER CHOICE
 Risley, Rachael., Hodkowski, Nicola. and Tzur, Ron.

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LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 Webb, Jared., Wilson, Holt., Martin, Megan. and Duggan, Arren.

LEVERAGING DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES TO EXPLORE STUDENT THINKING ABOUT INTEGER ADDITION & SUBTRACTION
 Wessman-Enzinger, Nicole. and Bofferding, Laura.

LINGUISTIC NORMS OF UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS PROOF WRITING AS DISCUSSED BY MATHEMATICIANS AND UNDERSTOOD BY STUDENTS
 Lew, Kristen. and Mejía-Ramos, Juan Pablo.

LOST IN TRANSITION: DIFFICULTIES IN ADAPTING RELATIONAL VIEW OF EQUALS SIGN
 Singh, Rashmi. and Kosko, Karl.

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MAINTAINING CONVENTIONS AND CONSTRAINING ABSTRACTION
 Moore, Kevin. and Silverman, Jason.

MAINTAINING QUANTITATIVE COHERENCE: PRESERVICE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ EXPLANATIONS USING CONCRETE REPRESENTATIONS
 Jacobson, Erik., Creager, Mark. and Aydeniz, Fetiye.

MATHEMATICAL CLASSROOM DISCOURSE IN THREE MIDDLE LEVEL SCIENCE CLASSROOMS
 Wilhelm, Jennifer., Cole, Merryn., Pardee, Rachel. and Cameron, Shelby.

MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE FOR TEACHERS: OPPORTUNITIES TO LEARN TO TEACH ALGEBRA IN TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS
 Stehr, Eryn., Craig, Jeffrey., Jung, Hyunyi., Medel, Leonardo., Mintos, Alexia. and Newton, Jill.

MATHEMATICAL MEANING MAKING THROUGH ROBOT MOTION
 Huang, WenYen., White, Tobin., Sutherland, Scot. and Cheng, Harry.

MATHEMATICIANS’ ASSESSMENT OF PROOFS WITH GAPS DEPENDING ON THE AUTHOR OF THE PROOF
 Miller, David., Engelke Infante, Nicole. and Weber, Keith.

MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM INTERACTIONS IN THE VIRTUAL SYNCHRONOUS ENVIRONMENT
 Huang, Dinglei., Kellert, Heather. and Manouchehri, Azita.

MATHEMATICS EDUCATION AND ENGLISH LEARNERS
 de Araujo, Zandra., Roberts, Sarah., Anhalt, Cynthia., Civil, Marta., Fernandes, Anthony., Moschkovich, Judit., Willey, Craig. and Zahner, William.

MATHEMATICS LEARNING AMONG UNDERGRADUATES ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
 Truman, Jeffrey.

MATHEMATICS STUDENT TEACHERS’ DEVELOPMENT OF PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE: AN INTEGRATIVE-TRANSFORMATIVE PROCESS
 Ding, Lin. and Leung, Allen.

MATHEMATICS TEACHING AS LEAN THINKING: A SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METAPHOR WHERE TEACHERS LISTEN AND NOTICE
 Chao, Theodore. and Murray, Eileen.

MATHEMATICS, LANGUAGE, AND DEGREES OF CERTAINTY: BILINGUAL STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL COMMUNICATION AND PROBABILITY
 Culligan, Karla. and Wagner, David.

MENTAL MATHEMATICS AND ENACTMENT OF SPECIFIC STRATEGIES: THE CASE OF SYSTEMS OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
 Proulx, Jerome.

MINDSET IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: EXPLORING EVIDENCE OF DIFFERENT MINDSETS
 Lischka, Alyson., Barlow, Angela., Willingham, James., Hartland, Kristin. and Stephens, Chris.

MODELS AND MODELING WORKING GROUP
 Brady, Corey., Jung, Hyunyi. and Eames, Cheryl.


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NATURE AND UTILITYOF TEACHER QUESTIONING: A CASE STUDY OF CONSTRUCTIVIST-ORIENTED INTERVENTION
 Tzur, Ron., Hunt, Jessica. and Westenskow, Arla.

NON-DOMINANT STUDENTS’ AND THEIR PARENTS’ MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES AT HOME
 Takeuchi, Miwa.

NOTICING STUDENT MATHEMATICAL THINKING IN THE COMPLEXITY OF CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION
 Stockero, Shari., Rupnow, Rachel. and Pascoe, Anna.

NOVICE ELEMENTARY TEACHERS’ INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES: OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROBLEM-SOLVING AND DISCOURSE
 Lee, Carrie. and Walkowiak, Temple.

NUMBER LINE ESTIMATION WITH NEGATIVES
 Bofferding, Laura., Hoffman, Andrew., Suazo, Elizabeth. and Lisy, Nicole.

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OBSERVING MATHEMATICS IN COLLECTIVE LEARNING SYSTEMS
 Simmt, Elaine.

ON FRAMING TEACHER MOVES FOR SUPPORTING STUDENT REASONING
 Ozgur, Zekiye., Reiten, Lindsay. and Ellis, Amy.

ONE TEACHER’S UNDERSTANDINGS AND PRACTICES FOR MAKING REAL-WORLD CONNECTIONS IN MATHEMATICS
 Stoehr, Kathleen., Turner, Erin. and Sugimoto, Amanda.

OPTIMIZATION PROBLEMS IN FIRST SEMESTER CALCULUS
 LaRue, Renee. and Engelke Infante, Nicole.

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PAWNSHOPS TO TEACH PERCENT AND PERCENT TO TEACH PAWNSHOPS
 Rubel, Laurie. and Lim, Vivian.

PRE-SERVICE SECONDARY TEACHERS LEARNING TO ENGAGE IN MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES
 Baldinger, Erin.

PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ UNDERSTANDING OF FRACTION OPERATIONS: PROVIDING JUSTIFICATION FOR COMMON ALGORITHMS
 Whitehead, Ashley. and Walkowiak, Temple.

PREK–8 PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ CONSTRUCTION OF FRACTION SCHEMES AND OPERATIONS
 Busi, Rich., Lovin, LouAnn., Norton, Anderson., Siegfried, John (Zig)., Stevens, Alexis. and Wilkins, Jesse.

PRESERVICE AND INSERVICE TEACHERS' CONCEPTIONS OF NUMBER AND OPERATION CONCEPTS
 Thomas, Amanda. and Wilburne, Jane.

PRESERVICE TEACHERS' UNDERSTANDING OF ASSOCIATION AND CORRELATION IN AN INQUIRY-BASED INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS COURSE
 Hu, Sihua.

PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ CRITIQUE OF TEACHER TALK
 Lee, Ji-Eun. and Kim, Kyoung-Tae.

PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS FROM THE INTERNET
 Brakoniecki, Aaron.

PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ SELECTION OF MATHEMATICAL TASKS FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
 Smith, Erin., Sakow, Matthew. and de Araujo, Zandra.

PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ STRATEGIES TO SUPPORT ENGLISH LEARNERS
 de Araujo, Zandra., I, Ji Yeong (Joann)., Smith, Erin. and Sakow, Matthew.

PROBLEM POSING: A REVIEW OF SORTS
 Barabé, Geneviève. and Proulx, Jerome.

PROBLEM-SOLVING: ANALYZING NARRATIVE GENRE ASPECTS OF PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ DISCOURSE
 Liston, Janet.

PRODUCTIVE USE OF EXAMPLES FOR PROVING: WHAT MIGHT THIS LOOK LIKE?
 Zaslavsky, Orit., Aricha-Metzer, Inbar., Sabouri, Pooneh., Thoms, Michael. and Bernal Pedraza, Oscar.

PROFESSIONAL NOTICING DURING PRESERVICE MATHEMATICS LESSON STUDY
 Amador, Julie. and Weiland, Ingrid.

PROMOTING PRODUCTIVE MATHEMATICAL DISCOURSE: THEORIZING TASKS IN COLLABORATIVE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENTS
 Powell, Arthur. and Alqahtani, Muteb.

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REASONING QUANTITATIVELY TO DEVELOP INVERSE FUNCTION MEANINGS
 Paoletti, Teo.

REFLECTING ON A DECADE OF CURRICULUM DESIGN: THE IMPORTANCE OF SETTING THE TONE
 Grant, Theresa.

REFRAMING URBAN MATHEMATICS EDUCATION: THE SPATIAL POLITICS OF OPPORTUNITY
 Bullock, Erika. and Larnell, Gregory.

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PROSPECTIVE MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ BELIEFS AND TPACK
 Smith, Ryan., Kim, Somin. and McIntyre, Leighton.

REPRESENTATIONS OF MATHEMATICS TEACHING AND THEIR USE IN TRANSFORMING TEACHER EDUCATION: STUDYING PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ LEARNING FROM WORK WITH REPRESENTATIONS OF PRACTICE
 Herbst, Patricio., Chazan, Daniel., Milewski, Amanda., Gursel, Umut., Amidon, Joel., Buchbinder, Orly., Walkoe, Janet. and Wieman, Rob.

RESEARCH IN MATHEMATICS EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY: TRENDS IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OVER 40 YEARS OF RESEARCH
 Driskell, Shannon., Bush, Sarah., Niess, Margaret., Pugalee, David., Rakes, Christopher. and Ronau, Robert.

RISKY BUSINESS: MATHEMATICS TEACHERS USING CREATIVE INSUBORDINATION
 Gutierrez, Rochelle.

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SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF ONLINE COURSES
 Hicks, Kimberly. and Chauvot, Jennifer.

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS METHODS COURSES: WHAT DO WE VALUE?
 Otten, Samuel., Yee, Sean. and Taylor, Megan.

SECONDARY MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ APPROACHES TO STATISTICAL INVESTIGATIONS WITH MULTIVARIATE DATA SETS USING TECHNOLOGY
 Pulis, Tyler. and Lee, Hollylynne.

SEEKING ATTENTION TO STUDENT THINKING: IN SUPPORT OF TEACHERS AS INTERVIEWERS
 Caddle, Mary., Brizuela, Bárbara., Newman-Owens, Ashley., Glennie, Corinne., Bautista, Alfredo. and Cao, Ying.


SIMULATING TEACHING: NEW POSSIBILITIES FOR ASSESSING TEACHING PRACTICES
 Shaughnessy, Meghan., Boerst, Timothy. and Ball, Deborah.

SITE-BASED MATHEMATICS METHODS COURSEWORK: THE DEVELOPMENT OF ATTITUDES AND THEORY-PRACTICE CONNECTIONS
 Hodges, Thomas. and Jong, Cindy.

SOCIAL CAPITOL, SOCIAL NETWORKS, AND LESSON STUDY: SUSTAINING MATHEMATICS LESSON STUDY PRACTICES
 Druken, Bridget.

SPECIAL EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS WORKING GROUP
 Lewis, Katherine., Hunt, Jessica., Xin, Yan Ping., Ruttenberg-Rozen, Robyn., Thouless, Helen. and Tzur, Ron.

STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS OF BEGINNING TEACHERS’ DISCUSSION LEADING PRACTICE: IS IT POSSIBLE AND WHAT CAN WE LEARN?
 Selling, Sarah., Shaughnessy, Meghan., Willis, Amber., Garcia, Nicole., O\'Neill, Michaela. and Ball, Deborah.

STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS OF DISCUSSION LEADING PRACTICE: ARE THEY VALID MEASURES?
 Garcia, Nicole., Selling, Sarah. and Wilkes, Charles.

STUDENT CONCEPTIONS OF WHAT IT MEANS TO BASE A PROOF ON AN INFORMAL ARGUMENT
 Zazkis, Dov. and Villanueva, Matthew.

STUDENT RECORD KEEPING FOR COGNITION AND COMMUNICATION
 Fernandes, Anthony., Heck, Dan. and Nikula, Johannah.

STUDENT SUCCESS AND STRATEGY USE ON MISSING-VALUE PROPORTION PROBLEMS WITH DIFFERENT NUMBER STRUCTURES
 Riehl, Suzanne. and Steinthorsdottir, Olof.

STUDENT UNDERSTANDING OF DIRECTIONAL DERIVATIVES OF FUNCTIONS OF TWO VARIABLES
 Martinez-Planell, Rafael., Trigueros Gaisman, Maria. and McGee, Daniel.

STUDENTING IN THE SECONDARY MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM: THE CASE OF MARIA
 Allan, Darien.

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TEACHER BUY-IN FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: 4 DISTINCT PROFILES
 Fasteen, Jodi., Thanheiser, Eva. and Melhuish, Kathleen.

TEACHER NOTICING OF JUSTIFICATION: ATTENDING TO THE COMPLEXITY OF MATHEMATICAL CONTENT AND PRACTICES
 Melhuish, Kathleen., Thanheiser, Eva., Fasteen, Jodi. and Fredericks, Julie.

TEACHER NOTICING STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICAL STRENGTHS
 Jilk, Lisa. and Crespo, Sandra.

TEACHER NOTICING: MEASURING A HIDDEN SKILL OF TEACHING
 Thomas, Jonathan., Jong, Cindy., Schack, Edna., Fisher, Molly., Wilhelm, Jennifer. and Stockero, Shari.

TEACHER PERSPECTIVES ON MATHEMATICS EDUCATION FOR LANGUAGE LEARNERS: ADAPTING ELL EDUCATION MODELS
 I, Ji Yeong (Joann). and Chang, Hyewon.

TEACHERS' EXPECTATIONS ABOUT GEOMETRIC CALCULATIONS IN HIGH SCHOOL GEOMETRY
 Boileau, Nicolas. and Herbst, Patricio.

TEACHERS’ POSITIONING IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF AGE AND GRADE
 Wilson, Holt., Edgington, Cyndi., Webb, Jared. and Sztajn, Paola.

TEACHERS’ UNDERSTANDING OF RATIOS AND THEIR CONNECTIONS TO FRACTIONS
 Nagar, Gal., Weiland, Travis., Orrill, Chandra. and Burke, James.

TEACHING STRATEGIES AND THEIR ASSOCIATED LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
 Fortune, Nicholas. and Williams, Derek.

THE COLLECTIVE EFFECTS OF TEACHERS’ EDUCATIONAL BELIEFS AND MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE ON STUDENTS’ MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT
 Ekmekci, Adem., Corkin, Danya. and Papakonstantinou, Anne.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMAL INFERENTIAL REASONING VIA RESAMPLING: ELICITING BOOTSTRAPPING METHODS
 McLean, Jeffrey. and Doerr, Helen.

THE DEVELOPMENT OF MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTIONAL VISIONS: AN EXAMINATION OF ELEMENTARY PRESERVICE TEACHERS
 Walkowiak, Temple., Lee, Carrie. and Whitehead, Ashley.

THE DISCOURSE OF ATTENDING TO PRECISION IN SECONDARY CLASSROOMS
 Engledowl, Christopher., Otten, Samuel. and Spain, Vickie.

THE INFLUENCE OF A GRADUATE COURSE ON TEACHERS’ SELF-EFFICACY TO TEACH STATISTICS
 Thrasher, Emily., Starling, Tina., Lovett, Jennifer., Doerr, Helen. and Lee, Hollylynne.

THE MATHEMATICS NEEDED BY ELEMENTARY TEACHERS: DO TEDS-M AND MET II AGREE?
 Silver, Edward. and Mortimer, Jillian.

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UNCOVERING TEACHERS’ GOALS, ORIENTATIONS, AND RESOURCES RELATED TO THE PRACTICE OF USING STUDENT THINKING
 Stockero, Shari., Van Zoest, Laura., Rougee, Annick., Fraser, Elizabeth., Leatham, Keith. and Peterson, Blake.

UNDERSTANDING ISSUES OF QUANTITY THROUGH COMPARISONS: MATH LEARNING DISABILITIES AND FRACTIONS
 Lewis, Katherine.

UNDERSTANDING OF PLACE VALUE EXPLORED THROUGH NUMERICAL COMPARISION
 Andrade, Susana. and Valdemoros, Marta.

USE OF WRITTEN CURRICULUM IN APPLIED CALCULUS
 Kersey, Elizabeth., Max, Brooke., Akarsu, Murat., Bloome, Lane., Suazo, Elizabeth. and Hoffman, Andrew.

USING WRITING TO ENCOURAGE PSMTS’ REFLECTIONS ON AMBIGUITY IN MATHEMATICAL LANGUAGE
 Kenney, Rachael. and Montan, Nick.

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WHAT DO UNDERGRADUATES GAIN FROM READING PROOFS?
 Demeke, Eyob.

WHAT INFLUENCES A TEACHER’S WILLINGNESS TO CREATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR DISCUSSION IN A GEOMETRY CLASSROOM?
 Erickson, Ander. and Herbst, Patricio.

WHAT IS EQUITY? WAYS OF SEEING
 Jackson, Christa., Taylor, Cynthia. and Buchheister, Kelley.

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN CACLULS 1 CLASSES?: THE STORY OF TWO MATHEMATICIANS
 Hong, Dae. and Choi, Kyong Mi.

WHAT TEACHERS NEED TO KNOW: NOVICE TEACHERS’ VIEWS OF USING CONTENT KNOWLEDGE IN TEACHING MATHEMATICS
 Connor, Jeff., Hallman-Thrasher, Allyson. and Sturgill, Derek.

WHEN MATHEMATICS TEACHERS CONSIDER ACTING ON BEHALF OF THE DISCIPLINE, WHAT ASSUMPTIONS DO THEY MAKE?
 Milewski, Amanda., Erickson, Ander., Herbst, Patricio. and Dimmel, Justin.

WHEN “HALF AN HOUR” IS NOT THE SAME AS “THIRTY MINUTES”: ELEMENTARY STUDENTS SOLVING ELAPSED TIME PROBLEMS
 Earnest, Darrell.

WIDENING THE VISION OF MATHEMATICS: CHALLENGES, NEGOTIATIONS, AND POSSIBILITIES
 Naresh, Nirmala. and Kasmer, Lisa.
PMENA-37 2015-Nov-05 to 2015-Nov-09
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