Resources

September 2000

This issue of Focus on Basics is a special-focus issue on math and features articles by several ANN members:

Title Author(s)
The New York City Math Exchange Group Charles Brover, Denise Deagan, and Solange Farina
Seeing is Believing Charles Brover, Denise Deagan, and Solange Farina
Making Peace in the Math Wars Kathy Safford
Developing Adults’ Numerate Thinking Mary Jane Schmitt

May 2008

This issue of Focus on Basics (FOB), the quarterly newsletter of the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy, is a special-focus issue on numeracy and includes:

Title Author(s)
Using Part-Whole Thinking in Math Dorothea Steinke
Numeracy Matters Myrna Manly
Designing Instruction with the Components of Numeracy in Mind Lynda Ginsburg
Changing Practice, Expanding Minds Kate Nonesuch
A Conversation with FOB, Is Math Universal An interview with Joanne Kantner
Numeracy at the Downtown Learning Center Avril DeJesus
The Importance of Algebra for Everyone Tricia Donovan
TIAN: A Professional Learning Model for ABE Math Teachers Beth Bingman and Mary Jane Schmitt
Arizona's Professional Learning Journey Through the Teachers Investigating Adult Numeracy Project Beverly Wilson and D. Roberto Morales
Reconceptualizing Roles: Mathematics and Reading Mary Jane Schmitt
Conversation with FOB: Transitions and Math Lynda Ginsburg, Myrna Manly, Pam Meader, Linda Murphy and Mary Jane Schmitt
Science and Numeracy Special Collection

More Resources

Previous issues of Focus on Basics, the quarterly newsletter of the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy, feature articles by ANN members:

Title Author(s)
The Effects of Continuing Goal-Setting on Persistence in a Math Classroom Pam Meader
Teaching to the Math Standards with Adult Learners Esther D. Leonelli
A Foundation for Learning Math Jan Phillips
Technology Melts Classroom Walls Susan Cowles
Technology & Technology Learning
Problem-Based Learning Search Engine
Open Middle – Challenging Math Problems Worth Solving
YouCubed
Marilyn Burn Math Blog
Math Wall of Shame
Illuminations NCTM
CollectEdNY
The CUNY HSE Curriculum Framework
Using the PIAAC Numeracy Framework to Guide Instruction: An Introduction for Adult Educators