Journal Volume 14 (Fall 2014)

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PART I: PRINCIPALS AND MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST PARTNERING TO SUPPORT HIGH QUALITY MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTION
PRINCIPALS PARTNERING TO BUILD A VISION FOR SCHOOL MATHEMATICS
V. Inge, V. Hodges, and P. Robertson
1
LEARNING TOGETHER: USING ACTION RESEARCH TO DESIGN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
M. Alger and R. White
21
PARTNERING WITH PRINCIPALS THROUGH FORMAL AND INFORMAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
V. Bohidar
27
A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH: TWO PERSPECTIVES
B. Chong and M. Farrelly
41
PRINCIPAL AND MATHEMATICS COACHES' JOURNEY TO IMPROVE MATHEMATICS LEARNING
R. Cox
49
THE GREATER SUM OF COLLABORATION: ADDING VALUE TO MATHEMATICS EDUCATION THROUGH TEAMWORK
J. Deinhart, T. Hulen, B. Butle, and D. Kerr
61
K-5 A TALE OF TWO FIRST-YEAR MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS
d. Floyd, M. Perez, J. Lovin, and J. Cavanaugh
69
THE COLLABORATION OF A PRINCIPAL AND A MATHEMATICS SPECIALIST
S. Garthwaite and P. Granada
81
DEVELOPING A NEW PARTNERSHIP
T. Martino and S. Chuang
89
CLUSTER-GROUPING, CO-TEACHING, AND PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES FOUCES ON MATHEMATICS INSTRUCTION LEAD TO IMPROVED ENGAGEMENT AND ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS FOR STUDENTS
K. Schauffner, L. West, A. Mikinis, R. Ward and A. Foreman
95
MATH SPEAK AND STUDENTS' JUSTIFICATIONS PROMOTE DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF MATHEMATICS CONCEPTS
J. Svoboda, C. Glassbrenner, S. Vance and P. Hollins
109
COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: DESIGNING YOUR OWN
B. Williams
115
PART II: OTHER ARTICLES
RECRUITMENT, RETENTION, AND REPLACEMENT OF PARTNER SCHOOL DIVISIONS
J. Singleton and D. Blount
123

 

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