References: Writing to Learn Math

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References

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Casa, T.M., Evans, K., Firmender, J.M. & Colonnese, M.W. (2017). Why should students write in math class? Literacy in Every Classroom, 74(5).

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Davison, D., & Pearce, D. (1988). Using writing activities to reinforce mathematics instruction. The Arithmetic Teacher, 35(8), 42-45.

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Miller, L. D. (1991). Writing to learn mathematics. The Mathematics Teacher, 84(7), 516-521.

Nahrgang, C., & Petersen, B. (1986). Using writing to learn mathematics. The Mathematics Teacher, 79(6), 461-465.

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Porter, M. K., & Masingila, J. O. (2000). Examining the effects of writing on conceptual and procedural knowledge in calculus. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 42(2), 165-177.

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Pugalee, D. K. (2001). Writing, mathematics, and metacognition: Looking for connections through students' work in mathematical problem solving._ School Science and Mathematics, 101_(5), 236-245.

Quinn, R. J., & Wilson, M. M. (1997). Writing in the mathematics classroom: Teacher beliefs and practices. The Clearing House, 71(1), 14-20.

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

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Teuscher, D., Kulinna, P. H., & Crooker, C. (2016). Writing to learn mathematics: An update. The Mathematics Educator, 24(2).

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