## Volume 117 (2024): Issue 11 (Nov 2024)

## Volume 55 (2024): Issue 5 (Nov 2024)

## Assessing Student Understanding with a Book Project

### Katie Artzt

This alternative assessment for function behavior is both a formative and summative assessment. Students demonstrate their conceptual understanding using a rate graph to generate a story.

## “Assessment: Another Perspective on Concept Maps: Empowering Students”

### Sandra K. Wilcox, Marie Sahloff, and Introduction by: Peta-Gaye Benjamin

From the Archives highlights articles from NCTM’s legacy journals, previously discussed during *MTLT* Teacher Talk.

## A Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE) in Statistics: Enhancing Educational Outcomes and Promoting Access to Data-Driven Careers

### Lisa Dierker, Jennifer Rose, Valerie Nazzaro, Robert Kabacoff, Maryam Gooyabadi, and Emmanuel Kaparakis

Course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) have been shown to help students gain research skills. Few studies, however, have evaluated the impact of CUREs on long-term educational and employment outcomes. This article examines postgraduation outcomes for students enrolling in introductory statistics delivered as a CURE compared with those taking a traditional mathematics-based introductory statistics course. Participating in the CURE was found to be associated with a higher likelihood of holding a job in which a primary responsibility was working with data, greater confidence in working with data, and a higher likelihood of earning more than $100K annually. This study suggests that CUREs may not only impart technical skills but also boost students’ self-efficacy in applying statistical methods and analyzing data.

## Culturally Sustaining Universal Design for Mathematics Learning

### Cathery Yeh, Lauren Rigby, Suzanne Huerta, and Claire Engelhard

Create and sustain inclusive mathematics learning environments that attend to students’ multidimensional identities.

## A Father-Son Cubing Dyad

### Juan M. Gerardo

## GPS: Artificial Intelligence Image Processing

### Eunhye Flavin, Jane HyoJin Lee, Michelle T. Chamberlin, and Robert A. Powers

Growing Problem Solvers provides four original, related, classroom-ready mathematical tasks, one for each grade band. Together, these tasks illustrate the trajectory of learners' growth as problem solvers across their years of school mathematics.

## Harvesting Problem-Solving Skills

### Sherri Martinie and Jennifer Bay-Williams

## Inspecting, Not Correcting, Procedural Mistakes

### Lucy A. Watson, Elizabeth B. Harkey, and Angela T. Barlow

Let’s broaden the view of what inspecting procedural mistakes looks like in a classroom, while focusing on engaging in reasoning, justifying mathematical ideas, and identifying what can be learned, to promote an asset view of student reasoning.