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These four activities connect mathematics to science, technology, engineering, and art.

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Connecting the formula to the graphic representation of quadratic functions makes the mathematics meaningful to students.

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Teachers can use Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in their math classroom to anticipate potential barriers, know which tools will engage students, and provide safe spaces for learning.

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A university mathematics teacher educator and a math department chair reflect on how various assignments and structures can support early-career teachers in anticipating student thinking and solutions to purposefully plan lessons.

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Use trigonometry to improve your students’ global literacy.

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These five ideas can help mathematics teachers implement teaching strategies for EL students.

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Examples of solving equations and inequalities, analyzing quadratic expressions, and reasoning with functions show three ways to engage students in this mathematical practice.