Creative Projects for K-12


By William Russell


Notes from the Authors

BulletA Course in the History of Mathematics Educationnew

A Look at Math

BulletA mathematically rigorous calculus course for non-majors
BulletA Prehistory of Arithmetic
BulletA story problem about a privateer in 19th century American calculus books
BulletAn Approach to Accommodating a Congenitally Blind Student in an Inclusive University Geometry Coursenew
BulletAlgebra in Experimental Courses for Teachers
BulletArithmetic Algorithms Taught in Schools (Joint Math Meetings, January 2014)
BulletComparing Two First-Year Algebra Books to Today's "Modern" First-Year Algebra Curriculum

Contradictions in the Common Core State Standards: Problems and a Possible Solution

BulletCoordinating abstract, physical, and computational aspects of algebra in a single lesson

BulletDo students judge mathematical proofs to be valid reasoning?

BulletEquity and Quality in Mathematics Education

Explaining Arithmetic Algorithms

BulletHistory and Theories of Mathematics Education

BulletIntroducing the Notion of Variable to Young Children in Courses for Elementary Teachers Using Counting Boardsnew

BulletThe "Ladder and Box" Problem

BulletLanguage of Algebra

BulletMath 562 Mini-Conference Presentations December 2020 new

Mathematical properties of decimal counting boards

Mathematics Education Institute March 16-19, 2002

Negative numbers in school mathematics - MathFest 2011

BulletNumber Words and Arithmetic: A story of Numbers

Opinions of College Students (Future Teachers) About the Mathematics Taught in Elementary, Middle, and High School

Partnership Mathematics Context Courses for Prospective and Practicing Elementary and Middle School Teachers [en Español]
PME-29, July 10-15, 2005, Melbourne, Australia

BulletProblems in Stringology

BulletProjects for liberal arts majors
BulletSimple Syntactic Tokensnew
BulletStudents' knowledge of geometric abstractions
BulletSyntactic Tokensnew
BulletTactile drawings and 3-D objects: Two keys to geometry for a blind student in an inclusion university course for preservice K-8 teachersnew
BulletTeaching Fractions Using Counting Boards
BulletTeaching the Meaning of Arithmetic in Early Ninteenth-Century England, According to Teacher William Russell

Two Models of Learning the Concept Of Whole Numbers

University students' opinions about the mathematics they studied in grades K-12 2011

University students' opinions about the Mathematics that is taught in grades K-12 2012

BulletWas John Napier the First Modern Computer Scientist?

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