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Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Awards

Over the past several years, NCTM has increased its effort to link research and practice in mathematics education. As part of that effort, this past year, NCTM’s Research Committee created the Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award to recognize work that integrates research and practice and is disseminated to practitioner audiences. Each year one article from each practitioner journal—Teaching Children Mathematics, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, and Mathematics Teacher—will be selected.  

 


 

Awards1-250x159.jpgOn Wednesday morning, April 13, at NCTM’s Research Presession Plenary Session (L to R) NCTM President Mike Shaughnessy presented Corey Drake, Michelle Cirillo, and Beth Herbel-Eisenmann with the Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award for their article “Contemporary Curriculum Issues: Curriculum Vision and Coherence: Adapting Curriculum to Focus on Authentic Mathematics” published in the Mathematics Teacher. Dorothy White, NCTM Research Committee Chair and Karen King, NCTM Director of Research were also present.  (click image for larger version) 

 

Also, atAwards2-250x176.jpg NCTM’s Research Presession Plenary Session (L to R) NCTM President Mike Shaughnessy presented Jeffrey Corbishley and Sherryl Hauser (Catherine Little, not pictured) with the Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award for their article “Constructing Complexity for Differentiated Learning” published in the Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. Dorothy White, NCTM Research Committee Chair and Karen King, Director of Research were also present.  (click image for larger version) 

 

 Jon R. Star, Rebecca M. Joiner, Martina Kenyon, and Bethany Rittle-Johnson were recognized for their article, “Comparison Helps Students Learn to Be Better Estimators,” which appeared in Teaching Children Mathematics. The educators were not present to receive the award.

 


 
 

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