Research Briefs and Clips
Research Clips and Briefs provide a foundation for taking what the research says about mathematics teaching and learning to teachers, administrators, school boards and parents. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to recommend topics for additional Research Briefs and Clips.
Clips provide concise statements about classroom relevant research with companion Briefs that provide additional background and research references.
Authors of this Research Brief address the question: "How do our students actually tend to think about the concept of `average`?
Improve your instruction with an understanding of overarching goals of professional development.
Are you interested in learning about how to vary homework assignments? This Research Brief answers the question: What kinds of homework assignments are most effective?
Discover which curriculum is most effective in producing gains in students' learning.
Recent research in algebra teaching and learning has included a focus on the solving of word problems and the activity of conjecturing and proving.
This Research Brief focuses on linking research and practice for involving Latino and Latina parents in their children's mathematics education.
In this Research Brief the authors discuss using formative assessment tasks to give both teachers and students constructive feedback.
Homework has a controversial recent past in the U.S. In a concise Research Brief, the author outlines current homework practices and effects beyond achievement.