A reflective protocol for mathematics learning environments

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Try this Standards-based practice to collaboratively study students' opportunities to develop problem solving, communication, and ways of thinking mathematically.

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Cathy Jeanne Kinzer, cakinzer@nmsu.edu, is a mathematics educator at new Mexico State University (NMSU) in Las Cruces. Her educational interests include assessment, supporting culturally and linguistically diverse learners, and leadership/policy in mathematics.

Lisa Virag, lvirag@lcps.k12.nm.us, is a researcher in a partnership grant between Las Cruces Public Schools and NMSU. She has been in the education field for sixteen years. Virag is interested in connecting literacy with math and in helping teachers learn to offer rich mathematical learning environments.

Sara Morales, saramora@lcps.k12.nm.us, is also a researcher in a partnership grant between Las Cruces Public Schools and NMSU. She has been in the education field for thirteen years. She is interested in learning opportunities for English language learners and how students make sense of conceptual mathematics. All three authors are part of Scaling Up Mathematics Achievement and Mathematically Connected Communities at NMSU.

(Corresponding author is Kinzer cakinzer@nmsu.edu)
(Corresponding author is Virag lvirag@lcps.k12.nm.us)
(Corresponding author is Morales saramora@lcps.k12.nm.us)
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