Redesigning a statistics unit allows seventh graders to produce an engaging and authentic investigation.

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Susan A. Peters, s.peters@louisville.edu, is an associate professor in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. She teaches prospective middle and high school mathematics teachers and is interested in statistics education and mathematics teacher education.

Michelle Gross, michelle.gross@spencer.kyschools.us, teaches seventh-grade mathematics at Spencer County Middle School in Taylorsville, Kentucky. She is interested in using project-based learning and performance-based assessments in her classroom.

Amy Stokes-Levine, Stokes.Levine@gmail.com, is both a researcher, focused on teacher engagement and burnout, and a classroom teacher, who has twelve years of experience in secondary mathematics education. She is passionate about understanding what role instructional supports might play in mitigating teacher burnout and supporting educators with instructional resources so that they may offer their students meaningful and engaging opportunities to learn.

(Corresponding author is Peters s.peters@louisville.edu)(Corresponding author is Gross michelle.gross@spencer.kyschools.us)(Corresponding author is Stokes-Levine Stokes.Levine@gmail.com)
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School

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