Mathematical Interviews to Assess Latino Students

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Teachers' use of appropriate questioning strategies illustrates the interplay between language and math as English Language Learners describe their understanding of measurement in one-on-one interviews.

Contributor Notes

Anthony Fernandes, anthony.fernandes@uncc.edu, is an assistant professor in mathematics education at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte. His research interests include issues of assessment of ELL s and teacher professional development.

Cynthia O. Anhalt, canhalt@math.arizona.edu, is an instruction faculty member at the University of Arizona in the Secondary Mathematics Education Program. Her research interests are in student learning of mathematics and teacher education, specifically in issues of equity and language.

Marta Civil, civil@math.arizona.edu, is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Arizona. She works with parents, children, and teachers and is interested in cultural, social, and linguistic aspects of teaching and learning mathematics.

(Corresponding author is Fernandes anthony.fernandes@uncc.edu)(Corresponding author is Anhalt canhalt@math.arizona.edu)(Corresponding author is Civil civil@math.arizona.edu)
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