Check out the Editor’s Picks for 2022! These papers can be downloaded freely by anyone from the links below.
- MOST DOWNLOADED: “Coherently Organized Digital Exercises and Expositions” by Christopher J. Sangwin and George Kinnear:
- NEW AUTHORS: “Characteristics of Conceptual Assessment Items in Calculus” by Zackery Reed, Michael A. Tallman, Michael Oehrtman, and Marylin P. Carlson:
- SPECIAL ISSUE: “Emphasizing Model Construction in the Classroom” by Lucy S. Oremland:
- EDITORS’ CHOICE: “Including School Mathematics Teaching Applications in an Undergraduate Abstract Algebra Course” by James A. M. Álvarez, Andrew Kercher, Kyle Turner, Elizabeth G. Arnold, Elizabeth A. Burroughs, and Elizabeth W. Fulton:
- FROM THE ARCHIVES: “Five Practices for Supporting Inquiry in Analysis” by Daniel Reinholz:
Check out the Editor’s Picks for 2021! These papers can be downloaded freely by anyone from the links below.
- MOST DOWNLOADED: “Promoting Creativity in General Education Mathematics Courses” by Mika Munakata, Ashwin Vaidya, Ceire Monahan, and Erin Krupa:
- NEW AUTHOR: “Second Chance Grading: An Equitable, Meaningful, and Easy-to-Implement Grading System that Synergizes the Research on Testing for Learning, Mastery Grading, and Growth Mindsets” by Oscar E. Fernandez:
- SPECIAL ISSUE: “The Brokenness of Broken Windows: An Introductory Statistics Project on Race, Policing, and Criminal Justice” by Jared Warner:
- EDITORS’ CHOICE: “Helping Students Think Like Mathematicians: Modeling-Related Rates with 2 Diagrams” by Nicole Engelke Infante:
- FROM THE ARCHIVES: “An Inquiry-Oriented Approach to Span and Linear Independence: The Case of the Magic Carpet Ride Sequence” by Megan Wawro, Chris Rasmussen, Michelle Zandieh, George Franklin Sweeney, and Christine Larson:
Check out the Editor’s Picks for 2020! These papers can be downloaded freely by anyone from the links below.
- MOST READ: “An Introduction to Mathematics for Social Justice” by Catherine A. Buell and Bonnie Shulman:
- NEW AUTHOR: “The Eighth Characteristic for Successful Calculus Programs: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Practices” by Jessica Ellis Hagman:
- SPECIAL ISSUE: “Mastery Grading: Build-A-Syllabus Workshop” by Emily Cilli-Turner, Justin Dunmyre, Thomas Mahoney, and Chad Wiley:
- EDITORS’ CHOICE: “Everyday Examples About Basis From Students: An Anti-Deficit Approach in the Classroom” by Aditya P. Adiredja, Rosalie Bélanger-Rioux, and Michelle Zandieh:
- FROM THE ARCHIVES: “Teaching Real Analysis in the Land of Make Believe” by Julie Barnes:
- RADICAL IDEAS FOR TEACHING DURING A PANDEMIC: “Let Your Students Cheat on Exams” by Wes Maciejewski:
Check out the Editors’ Picks for 2019. These papers can be downloaded freely by anyone from the links below. This blog post gives more detail about these picks.
- MOST READ: “Infographics and Mathematics: A Mechanism for Effective Learning in the Classroom” by Ivan Sudakov, Thomas Bellsky, Svetlana Usenyuk, and Victoria V. Polyakova:
- SPECIAL ISSUE: “Calculus Homework: A Storied Approach” by Judy A. Holdener and Brian D. Jones:
- EDITORS’ CHOICE: “Student-Created Definitions of Sequence Convergence: A Case Study” by Brian Fisher:
- FROM THE ARCHIVES: “Mathematicians’ and Math Educators’ Views on ‘Doing Mathematics'” by Jim Brandt, Jana Lunt, and Gretchen Rammasch Meilstrup:
- NEW AUTHOR: “Dog Treat Ball: An Activity to Introduce Systems of Differential Equations” by Colleen Livingston:
Check out the Editors’ Picks for 2018. These papers are free to everyone for all of 2019.
- MOST READ: “Inquiry-Based Learning and the Flipped Classroom Model” by Betty Love, Angie Hodge, Cynthia Corritore & Dana C. Ernst:
- SPECIAL ISSUE: “Pathways to Calculus in U.S. High Schools” by Joe Champion & Vilma Mesa:
- EDITORS’ CHOICE: “Smooth Transition for Advancement to Graduation Education (STAGE) for Underrepresented Groups in the Mathematical Sciences Pilot Project: Broadening Participation through Mentoring” by Christina Eubanks-Turner, Patricia Beaulieu & Nabendu Pal:
- FROM THE ARCHIVES: “Metacognotion in the Classroom: Motivation and Self-Awareness of Mathematics Learners” by Gizem Karaali