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MathAMATYC Educator February 2014
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MathAMATYC Educator

A refereed publication of the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges

Editor: David Tannor, Cornerstone University

Production Manager: George Alexander, Madison Area Technical College

Volume 5, Number 2, September 2014 Issue

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This Issue’s Features

An Analysis of the Impact of Course Elimination via Contextualization in Developmental Mathematics

Karan Puri, Jonathan Cornick, and G. Michael Guy, Queensborough Community College

Preparing English as a Second Language Students for College Level Math

Hector Valenzuela, Lake Washington Institute of Technology

Identifying Students’ Misconceptions in Calculus I

Behnaz Rouhani and Marjorie Lewkowicz, Georgia Perimeter College

Using Mathematics Self-Efficacy in Predicting Learning Behavior and in Guiding Instructions

Shu-Ping Sandie Han, New York City College of Technology

The Collaborative Syllabus: What Happens when Developmental Students are Allowed to Choose Course Requirements?

Evelyn Porter and Roxanne Brinkerhoff, Utah Valley University

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A Theoretical Look at Constructing Maximum-Minimum Problems with Convenient Answers

Laurie P. Walker and Dean B. Priest, Harding University

A Magic Square for 2014

J. Sriskandarajah, Madison Area Technical College

A User-Friendly Approach to Binomial Sums Coefficient

Ben Moulton, Utah Valley University

Brock Brown, Lehi High School, Lehi, UT


The Technology Dichotomy: Computer-Aided Instruction versus Conceptual Development Technology

Lauretta Garrett, Tuskegee University

Inessa Levi, Columbus State University

Iman Chahine, Georgia State University

A Randomized Trial of Mathchievement vs. Standard OnlineMath Homework

Gavin Waters and Kevin Anderson, Missouri Western State University

Kayla Waters, Washburn University

Using Spreadsheets to Motivate Algebraic Thinking

Mike Rosenthal, Florida International University

The Problem Section

Take the Challenge
Joe Browne
and Sean Simpson

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