Learn how teachers can use assessment data coupled with observing students' mathematical reasoning to inform instructional decisions.

Contributor Notes

Elham Kazemi, ekazemi@uw.edu

Kendra Lomax, klomax@uw.edu, work together at the University of Washington to create strong equity-focused partnerships with local schools.

Lynsey K. Gibbons, lgibbons@bu.edu, is an assistant professor at Boston University. She works alongside math coaches and principals to organize schools to be exciting places for students and teachers to learn.

Megan L. Franke, mfranke@ucla.edu, is a professor at UCLA. She works with teachers to learn how to use knowledge of children and their mathematical thinking to meet the needs of low-income students of color.

(Corresponding author is Kazemi ekazemi@uw.edu)(Corresponding author is Lomax klomax@uw.edu)(Corresponding author is Gibbons lgibbons@bu.edu)(Corresponding author is Franke mfranke@ucla.edu)
Teaching Children Mathematics


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