Diary of Change: Shifting Mathematical Philosophies

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Changes to classroom rules of engagement, such as assessment, the curriculum, instruction, and the environment, can produce real results.

Contributor Notes

Clayton M. Edwards, cedwards@spartanpride.net, teaches sixth-, seventh-, and eighthgrade mathematics at Grundy Center Middle School in Grundy Center, Iowa. He is interested in finding ways to incorporate technology into the mathematics classroom. Edwards is currently working on his doctorate in curriculum and instruction. Find him on Twitter: ClaytonM.Edwards@Doctor_Math.

Brian E. Townsend, brian.townsend@uni.edu, is a mathematics educator at the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. He is interested in teacher development and algebraic reasoning in grades K-12.

(Corresponding author is Edwards cedwards@spartanpride.net)(Corresponding author is Townsend brian.townsend@uni.edu)
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