1998 Annual Spring Colloquium Journal on Research in Mathematics and Science Education

College of Education, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Table of Contents

Articles

*The Effectiveness of Using Computers to Teach Secondary School (6-12) Mathematics: A Meta-Analysis
*James M. Kuchler, University of Massachusetts Lowell

*Successful Concept Mapping and Multiple Intelligences: Is There a Connection?*

Dorothy M. Burke, University of Masschusetts Lowell

*Mathematical Conversations and the Conditions for Conceptual Change*

Judy Clark & Joan D. Lukas, University of Massachusetts Boston

*Peer Observations and Reflections with Preservice Elementary Science Teachers*

Michelle Scribner-MacLean, University of Massachusetts Lowell

*English Language Learners: Acquisition and Assessment of Content Knowledge*

Hector N. Torres, University of Massachusetts Lowell

*Structural Instability in Problem Solving*

Bradford Allen, Keene State College, NH

*The Development and Validation of a Taxonomy of Calculus I Students’
Misconceptions Related to the Derivative and Applications of the Derivative*

Maureen Kelley, Northern Essex Community College, MA

*Transfer of Learning Middle School Mathematics and Science Classes*

Lawrence Adler, Lesley College, Belmont Public Schools, MA

Educational Resources

*Mathematica vs. Maple for the Mathematics Classroom*

Bradford Allen, Keene State College, NH

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