PMENA-37 2015-Nov-05 to 2015-Nov-09

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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.


THE MICRO-POLITICS OF STUDENTS’ LANGUAGE REPERTOIRES IN COUNTING CONTEXTS
 Wagner, David. and Andersson, Annica.

THE NARRATIVE STRUCTURE OF MATHEMATICS LECTURES
 Weinberg, Aaron., Wiesner, Emilie. and Fukawa-Connelly, Tim.

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MATHEMATICS IDENTITY AND PERSONALITY ATTRIBUTES WITH STUDENTS’ CAREER GOALS
 Cribbs, Jennifer., Piatek-Jimenez, Katrina. and Mantone, Joanna.

THE TELLING DILEMMA: TYPES OF MATHEMATICAL TELLING IN INQUIRY
 Singleton, Brandon.

THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF A LEARNING TRAJECTORIES APPROACH
 Myers, Marrielle.


THEORIZATION OF INSTRUMENT DESIGN IN RESEARCH OF MATHEMATICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
 Zhang, Pingping., Manouchehri, Azita. and Tague, Jenna.

THROUGH THEIR EYES: EARLY CHILDHOOD TEACHERS AS LEARNERS AND TEACHERS OF MATHEMATICS
 Richardson, Sue Ellen. and Bofferding, Laura.

TOWARD A FRAMEWORK FOR ATTENDING TO REFLEXIVITY IN THE CONTEXT OF CONDUCTING TEACHING EXPERIMENTS
 Tallman, Michael. and Weber, Eric.

TRACING STUDENTS’ ACCOUNTABILITY AND EMPOWERMENT IN AN ONLINE SYNCHRONOUS ENVIRONMENT
 O\'Hara, Kate.
PMENA-37 2015-Nov-05 to 2015-Nov-09
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