03691cam a2200445La 4500001001200000005001700012006001900029007001500048008004100063010001600104020003200120020001500152035002300167035001100190040001800201043001200219049000900231050002300240082002100263245030700284260005500591300003500646336002700681337002700708338003700735504005400772505171900826533020902545650006002754710004902814710007802863710002102941730001602962776004902978856011603027907003503143998004403178935001103222994001203233ocm4232891320100511133543.0m o d cr cn- 990303s1998 dcua ob 000 0 eng d z 99179839 a0585022291 (electronic bk.) z0309061474 a(OCoLC)ocm42328913 a525017 aN$TcN$TdOCL an-us--- aTXME14aQA159b.N38 1998eb04a512/.071/07322104aThe nature and role of algebra in the K-14 curriculum :bproceedings of a national symposium May 27 and 28, 1997 /csponsored by National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences Education Board, Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education, National Research Council. aWashington, D.C. :bNational Academy Press,c1998. axiii, 190 p. :bill. ;c28 cm. atextbtxt2rdacontent. acomputerbc2rdamedia. aonline resourcebcr2rdacarrier. aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 187-190).0 aIntroduction -- Algebra with integrity and reality / H. Bass -- Making algebra dynamic and motivating: a national challenge / J. Dossey -- Transforming algebra from an engine of inequity to an engine of mathematical power by "algebrafying" the K-12 curriculum / J. Kaput -- Developing a coherent and focused K-12 algebra curriculum / E. Phillips -- Enhancing algebraic reasoning with technology / G. Akst -- Algebra for everyone? With or without technology? / M. Norman -- How might technology enhance algebraic reasoning? / R. Zbiek -- What do we know about K-14 students' learning of algebra? / J. Confrey -- Algebra: what all students can learn / S. Williams and D. Molina -- Improving K-14 algebra instruction: a discussion of teachers' responsibilities and students' opportunities / B. Moore-Harris -- Synthesis of day one / H. Pollak and G. Burrill -- Capturing patterns and functions: variables and joint variation / G. Lappan -- Functions and relations: a unifying theme for school algebra in grades 9-12 / C. Hirsch -- Middle school algebra froma modeling perspective / G. Kleiman -- Why modeling matters / L. Godbold -- Modeling: changing the mathematics experience in postsecondary classrooms / R. Dance -- Algebraic structure in the mathematics of elementary-school children / C. Tierney -- Structure in school algebra (middle school) / M. van Reeuwijk -- The role of algebraic structure in the mathematics curriculum of grades 11-14 / G. Foley -- Language and representation in algebra: a view from the middle / R. Billstein -- Teaching algebra: lessons learned by a curriculum developer / D. Resek -- The nature and role of algebra: language and representation / D. Hughes Hallett -- Closing remarks. aElectronic reproduction.bBoulder, Colo. :cNetLibrary,d1999.nAvailable via the World Wide Web.nAvailable in multiple electronic file formats.nAccess may be limited to NetLibrary affiliated libraries. 0aAlgebraxStudy and teachingzUnited StatesvCongresses.2 aNational Council of Teachers of Mathematics.2 aNational Research Council (U.S.).bMathematical Sciences Education Board.2 aNetLibrary, Inc.0 aNetLibrary.1 cOriginalw(DLC) 99179839w(OCoLC)40214629.40zCONNECTuhttps://ezproxy.mtsu.edu/login?url=http://www.netlibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=1089 a.b16238333b04-12-21c05-24-10 awib07-07-10cmdz e-fenggdcuh4i3 a525017 a92bQYM