Helping Students Become Quantitatively Literate

How teaching for QL differs from teaching a traditional mathematics course and where to find good QL problems.

Contributor Notes

Katrina Piatekjimenez, k.p.j@cmich.edu, Tibor Marcinek, tibor.marcinek@cmich.edu, Christine M. Phelps, phelp1cm@cmich.edu, and Ana Dias, dias1al@cmich.edu, are faculty members at Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant. In addition to Quantitative Literacy, Piatek-Jimenez and Dias are interested in equity in mathematics education, and Marcinek and Phelps are interested in teacher preparation.

(Corresponding author is Piatekjimenez k.p.j@cmich.edu)(Corresponding author is Marcinek tibor.marcinek@cmich.edu)(Corresponding author is Phelps phelp1cm@cmich.edu)(Corresponding author is Dias dias1al@cmich.edu)
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