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Journal Articles on Equity: Middle School

From Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

 
Gender  English-Language Learners 
Students with Special Needs,
Disabilities, and Learning Disabilities
 
Gifted Students
Minority Students and Cultural Concerns   

Using Students' Mathematical Representations to Build Classroom Equity (April 2008)

The Pursuit of Mathematics for All! (May 2005)      

Gender 
Families Ask: Middle School Girls in the Mathematics Classroom (November 2007)
The Equity Principle through the Voices of African American Males (September 2004)
Challenges in Implementing Strategies for Gender-Aware Teaching (May 2002)
Readers Write: Girls' Olympiad (September 2001)
Applying the Equity Principle (September 2001)
The Math Club for Girls and Other Problem Solvers (March 2000)
Mathematically Rich, Equitable Game Software (November 1999)
A Girls' Math Olympiad Team (February 1999)
 
Students with Special Needs, Disabilities, and Learning Disabilities
Dynamic Concrete Instruction in an Inclusive Classroom (November 2007)
Using Tiered Lessons in Mathematics (October 2005)
Why Students with Special Needs Have Difficulty Learning Mathematics (February 2003)
Strategies for Helping Students Who Have Learning Disabilities in Mathematics (November 2002)
Anchored Learning in Context (September 2002)
 
Minority Students and Cultural Concerns
Discovering Euler Circuits and Paths Through a Culturally Relevant Lesson (March 2006)
Addressing Diversity in the Mathematics Classroom with Cultural Artifacts (September 2005)
The Equity Principle through the Voices of African American Males (September 2004)
Mathematical Notations and Procedures of Recent Immigrant Students (February 2002)
 
English-Language Learners
Issues of Language: Teacher Insights from Mathematics Lessons in Chinese (August 2007)
Limited-English Proficient (LEP) Students and Mathematical Understanding (January 2004)
Mathematical Notations and Procedures of Recent Immigrant Students (February 2002)
 
Gifted Students
Using Tiered Lessons in Mathematics (October 2005)

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