How we handle classroom relationships between teachers and students plays an important role in how all students experience mathematics.

Contributor Notes

Dan Battey, dan.battey@gse.rutgers.edu, an associate professor at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, is interested in the ways that race, class, and gender influence the teaching of elementary school mathematics.

Rebecca A. Neal, rneal01@hamline.edu, an assistant professor at Hamline Uni versity in St. Paul, Minnesota, is interested in how classroom behaior and interactional processes mediate learninng opportunities for students of color.

Jessica Hunsdon, jhunsdon@gmail.com, an educational consultant and former elementary school teacher, is interested in supporting teacher change through professional development with a focus on in-classroom coaching.

(Corresponding author is Battey dan.battey@gse.rutgers.edu)(Corresponding author is Neal rneal01@hamline.edu)(Corresponding author is Hunsdon jhunsdon@gmail.com)
Teaching Children Mathematics

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