Contemporary Curriculum Issues: Calculators in K–5 Textbooks

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Kathryn B. Chval is interested in improving the teaching and learning of mathematics in elementary classrooms.

Sarah J. Hicks is interested in the use of technology in mathematics classrooms.

“Contemporary Curriculum Issues” provides a forum to stimulate discussion on contemporary mathematics curricular issues across a K–12 audience. NCTM concurrently publishes sets of three articles focused on a single curriculum issue. Each article addresses the issue from the perspective of the audience of the journal in which it appears. Collectively, the articles are intended to increase communication and dialogue on issues of common interest related to curriculum. Manuscripts on any contemporary curriculum issues are welcome. Submissions can be for one article for one particular journal, or they can be for a series of three articles, one for each journal. Readers are encouraged to send manuscripts suitable for this section by accessing the appropriate Web site: tcm.msubmit.net, mtms.msubmit.net, or mt.msubmit. net, or by contacting editor Barbara J. Reys (reysb@missouri.edu) for TCM, Glenda Lappan (glappan@math.msu.edu) for MTMS, or Chris Hirsch (christian.hirsch@wmich.edu) for MT. Doubled–spaced typed manuscripts should not exceed 2500 words.

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