• Vol. 111, No. 5, March 2018


    Anna A. Davis and Candace Joswick
    Using the input/output definition, accurate renderings of objects in perspective are generated, and the inverse used to create anamorphic art.
    Kristal Cloft

    A murder mystery helps students actively engage in a mathematics classroom.

    Susan R. Popelka and Joshua Langlois
    Two high school calculus classroom activities use 3D printer models to generate volumes of solids of revolution and of known cross section. 
    Keith Nabb, Erick B. Hofacker, Kathryn T. Ernie, and Susan Ahrendt

    Selecting and sequencing student work with cognitively demanding tasks in a group environment can teach important mathematical ideas.

    Dawn Teuscher, Kylie Palsky, and Charlie Y. Palfreyman

    An “undoing” process can improve students’ conceptual understanding.


    Mathematical Lens
    David TeSelle
    Calendar and Solutions
    Technology/Technology Tips
    Sirin Budak, Nesrin Sahin, and Bulent Dogan
    Delving Deeper
    David Schultz and Enrico Serpone
    Activities for Students
    Anne Quinn
    For Your Information/Products/Publications
    The Backpage / My Favorite Lesson
    Arsalan Wares
    Reader Reflections