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# Mathematics Writing Resources

Able, J. P., & Abel, F. J. (1988). Writing in the mathematics classroom. Clearing House, 62 (4), 155- 158.

Barnes, Julia A. (1999). Creative writing in trigonometry. Mathematics Teacher 92 (6): 498-529.

BeMiller, S. (1987). The mathematics workbook. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 359- 366). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Berlinghoff, W. P. (1989). Locally original mathematics through writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 88- 94). New York: Teachers College Press.

Buerk, D. (1986). Carolyn Werbel's journal: Voicing the struggle to make meaning of mathematics. Working paper No. 160. Wellesley, MA: Wellesley College Center for Research on Women. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 297 977).

Birken, M. (1989). Using writing to assist learning in college mathematics classes. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 33- 47). New York: Teachers College Press.

Borasi, R., & Rose, B. J. (1989). Journal writing and mathematics instruction. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 20, 347- 365.

Botstein, L. (1989). Foreword: The ordinary experience of writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Ed), Writing to learn mathematics and science (xi- xviii). New York: Teachers College Press.

Carlson, David, Charles R. Johnson, David C. Lay, A. Duane Porter, Ann Watkins, and William Watkins, eds. (1997). Resources for teaching linear algebra. Washington, DC: The Mathematical Association of America.

Connolly, P., and Vilardi, T. (1989). Writing to learn mathematics and science. NY: Teachers College Press.

Ganguli, A. B. (1989). Integrating writing in developmental mathematics. College Teaching, 47, 140- 142.

Goldberg, D. (1983). Integrating writing into the mathematics curriculum. Two-year college mathematics journal, 14, 421- 24.

Golembo, Vadin (2000). Writing a PEMDAS story. Mathematics teaching in the middle school 5.9: 574- 603.

Gopen, G. D., & Smith, D. A. (1989). What's an assignment like you doing in a course like this? Writing to learn mathematics. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 209- 228). New York: Teachers College Press.

John- Steiner, V. (1989). Is mathematics a language? In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 285- 289). New York: Teachers College Press.

Keith, S. Z. (1988, December). Explorative writing and learning mathematics. Mathematics Teacher, 714- 719.

Keith, S. Z. (1989). Exploring mathematics in writing. In P. Connolly & t. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 134- 146). New York: Teachers College Press.

Keith, S. Z., & Keith, P. (1985, June). Writing and learning college mathematics. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Conference on English Education, Cedar Rapids, IA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 264- 570).

Kennedy, B. (1985). Writing letters to learn math. Learning, 13, (6), 58- 59, 61.

Kennedy, J. (1980). Mathematics and the art of writing. In J. Z. Flinn (Ed.), Reflections on writing: Programs and strategies for classrooms K- 12 (pp. 71- 74). St. Louis: Gateway Writing Project.

Kenyon, R. W. (1987). Writing is problem solving. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts, Scientific Reasoning Research Institute. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 300- 427). Reprinted in P. Connolly & T. Villardi (Eds.), 1989, Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 73- 87). New York: Teachers College Press.

Kern, Cherlyn (1997). Sharing teaching ideas: Descriptive-paragraph miniproject. Mathematics Teacher 90 (5): 362-385.

King, B. (1982). Using writing in the mathematics class: Theory and practice. In C. W. Griffin (Ed.), Teaching writing in all disciplines (pp. 39- 44). San Francisco: Jossey- Bass.

Layzer, D. (1989). The synergy between writing and mathematics. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 122- 133). New York: Teachers College Press.

LeGere, A. (1991). Collaboration and writing in the mathematics classroom. The Mathematics Teacher, 84, 166- 171.

Lesnak, R. J. (1989). Writing to learn: An experiment in remedial algebra. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 147- 156). New York: Teachers College Press.

Lipman, M. R. (1981, September). Mathematics term paper! Mathematics Teacher, 453- 54.

Madigan, C. (1987, February). Writing across the curriculum resources in science and mathematics. Journal of College Science Teaching, 250- 253.

Marwine, A. (1989). Reflections on the uses of informal writing. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 56- 69). New York: Teachers College Press.

Mett, C. L. (1989). Writing in mathematics: Evidence of learning through writing. Clearing House, 62, 293- 296.

Mullin, W. J. (1989). Qualitative thinking and writing in the hard sciences. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 198- 208). New York: Teachers College Press.

Paik, M. K., & Norris, E. M. (1983). Writing to learn in statistics, mathematics, and computer science: Two views. In C. Thaiss (Ed.), Writing to learn: Essays and reflections on writing across the curriculum (pp. 107- 115). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Powell, A. B. & Lopez, J. A. (1989). Writing as a vehicle to learn mathematics: A case study. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 157- 177). New York: Teachers College Press.

Rose, B. (1989b). Writing and mathematics: Theory and practice. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), Writing to learn mathematics and science (pp. 15- 30). New York: Teachers College Press.

Schmidt, D. (1985). Writing in math class. In A. R. Gere (Ed.), Roots in the sawdust: writing to learn across the curriculum (pp. 104- 116). Urbana, IL: National Council of English Teachers.

Selfe, C. L., Petersen, B. T., & Nahrgang, C. L. (1986). Journal writing in mathematics. In A. Young & T. Fulwiler (Eds). Writing across the disciplines (pp. 192- 207). Upper Montclair: Boynton.

Silver, Jennifer Williams (1999). A Survey on the Use of Writing-to-Learn in Mathematics Classes. Mathematics Teacher 92 (6): 388-402.

Vukovich, D. (1985). Ideas in practice: Integrating math and writing through the math journal. Journal of Developmental Education, 9, 19- 20.