Below is a collection of JRME articles featured on MathEdPodcast.com.
Quantitative reasoning and the sine function: The case of Zac
English Learners’ Participation in Mathematical Discussion: Shifting Positionings and Dynamic Identities
Power in Numbers: Student Participation in Mathematical Discussions in Heterogeneous Spaces
Research Committee: New Assessments for New Standards: The Potential Transformation of Mathematics Education and Its Research Implications
Curriculum and Implementation Effects on High School Students’ Mathematics Learning From Curricula Representing Subject-Specific and Integrated Content Organizations
Exploring Relationships Between Setting Up Complex Tasks and Opportunities to Learn in Concluding Whole-Class Discussions in Middle-Grades Mathematics Instruction
A special thanks to Samuel Otten, host of MathEdPodcast.com and assistant professor of mathematics education at the University of Missouri.