Reasoning about integers provides students with rich opportunities to look for and make use of structure.

Contributor Notes

Jessica Pierson Bishop, jbishop01@txstate.edu

Lisa L. Lamb, Lisa.Lamb@sdsu.edu

Randolph A. Philipp, rphilipp@mail.sdsu.edu

Ian Whitacre, iwhitacre@fsu.edu

Bonnie P. Schappelle, bschappelle@mail.sdsu.edu, are mathematics educators who are interested in students' mathematical thinking. They are currently working together to study students' conceptions of integers and integer arithmetic. Bishop teaches at Texas State University; Lamb, Philipp, and Schappelle, at San Diego State University; and Whitacre at Florida State University.

(Corresponding author is Bishop jbishop01@txstate.edu)(Corresponding author is Lamb Lisa.Lamb@sdsu.edu)(Corresponding author is Philipp rphilipp@mail.sdsu.edu)(Corresponding author is Whitacre iwhitacre@fsu.edu)(Corresponding author is Schappelle bschappelle@mail.sdsu.edu)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

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