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M. Katherine Gavin, kathy.gavin@uconn.edu, is an associate professor in the Neag School of Education at the University of Connecticut. She is interested in developing a mathematics curriculum and providing professional development for teachers that promote high-level critical and creative mathematical thinking in young students.

Karen G. Moylan, moylankg@mansfieldct.org, is the pre-K–grade 8 mathematics consultant for the Mansfield Public Schools in Mansfield, Connecticut. She is interested in mathematics professional development for teachers, improving discourse and writing about mathematics, and promoting high-level mathematical thinking in all students.

(Corresponding author is Gavin kathy.gavin@uconn.edu)
(Corresponding author is Moylan moylankg@mansfieldct.org)
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