Joy A. Oslund and Joshua Barton

During a math camp, students created zines—small, self-published works—and reflected on what it means to be “smart” in math.

Leslie C. Banes, Gabriela López, Michelle Skubal, and Lara Perfecto

A collaborative writing lesson with an authentic audience sparks powerful class discussion and engages students in deciding what should be included in a mathematical explanation.

Julie McNamara

In this updated version of a Marilyn Burns task, students use algebraic reasoning to determine the outcome of a contest involving rebel fighters, storm troopers, and (of course) Chewbacca.