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An Aspirational Approach to the Mathematical Preparation of Teachers

Edited by James A. M. Álvarez, Elizabeth G. Arnold, and Elizabeth A. Burroughs

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Equitable and Engaging Mathematics Teaching: A Guide to Disrupting Hierarchies in the Classroom

By Daniel Reinholz

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Justice Through the Lens of Calculus: Framing New Possibilities for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Edited by Matthew Voigt, Jess Ellis Hagman, Jessica Gehrtz, Brea Ratliff, Nathan Alexander, and Rachel Levy

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Sharing and Storing Knowledge about Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics

Douglas Lyman Corey and Steven R. Jones (Editors)

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Expanding Undergraduate Research in Mathematics: Making UR More Inclusive

Michael Dorff, Jan Rychtàř, and Dewey Taylor (Editors)

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Engaging Students in Introductory Mathematics Courses through Interdisciplinary Partnerships: The SUMMIT-P Model

Susan L. Ganter, Debra Bourdeau, Victor Piercey, and Afroditi V. Filippas (Editors)

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Addressing Challenges to the Precalculus to Calculus II Sequence through Case Studies: Report based on the National Science Foundation Funded Project Precalculus through Calculus II

Estrella Johnson, Naneh Apkarian, Kristen Vroom, Antonio Martinez, Chris Rasmussen, and David Bressoud (Editors)

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Count Me In: Community and Belonging in Mathematics

Della Dumbaugh and Deanna Haunsperger (Editors)




Testimonios: Stories of Latinx and Hispanic Mathematicians

Pamela E. Harris, Alicia Prieto-Langarica, Vanessa Rivera Quiñones, Luis Sordo Vieira, Rosaura Uscanga, Andrés R. Vindas Meléndez (Editors)



Mathematical Themes in a First-Year Seminar

Jennifer Schaefer, Jennifer Bowen, Mark Kozek, and Pamela Pierce (Editors)

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What Could They Possibly Be Thinking!?! Understanding your College Math Students

Dave Kung and Natasha Speer

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MAA Instructional Practices Guide

Project Leadership Team:
Martha L. Abell, Linda Braddy, Doug Ensley, Lewis Ludwig, Hortensia Soto

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Book Study Guide for MAA Instructional Practices Guide

Project Leadership Team:
Martha L. Abell, Linda Braddy, Doug Ensley, Lewis Ludwig, Hortensia Soto

Study Guide



Shifting Contexts, Stable Core: Advancing Quantitative Literacy in Higher Education

Luke Tunstall, Gizem Karaali, and Victor Piercey, Editors

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The Courses of History: Ideas for Developing a History of Mathematics Course

Amy Shell-Gellasch and Dick Jardine, Editors

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1988 Report of the Task Force on Minorities in Mathematics

Task Force on Minorities in Mathematics




2015 CUPM Curriculum Guide to Majors in the Mathematical Sciences

Carol S. Schumacher and Martha J. Siegel, Co-Chairs
Paul Zorn, Editor




Insights and Recommendations from the MAA National Study of College Calculus

David Bressoud, Vilma Mesa, and Chris Rasmussen, Editors




MAA Notes Back List

NTE-06. Toward a Lean and Lively Calculus, Ronald Douglas, Editor

NTE-08. Calculus for a New Century, Lynn A. Steen, Editor

NTE-11. Keys to the Improved Instruction by Teaching Assistants and Part-Time Instructors, Committee on Teaching Assistants and Part-Time Instructors, Bettye Anne Case, Editor

NTE-13. Reshaping College Mathematics, Lynn A. Steen, Editor

NTE-14. Mathematical Writing, by Donald E. Knuth, Tracy Larrabee, and Paul M. Roberts.

NTE-22. Heeding the Call for Change: Suggestions for Curricular Action, Lynn A. Steen, Editor.

NTE-27. Learning by Discovery: A Lab Manual for Calculus, Anita E. Solow, Editor

NTE-28. Calculus Problems for a New Century, Robert Fraga, Editor

NTE-29. Applications of Calculus, Phillip Straffin, Editor

NTE-30. Problems for Student Investigation, Michael B. Jackson and John R. Ramsay, Editors

NTE-31. Readings for Calculus, Underwood Dudley, Editor

NTE-45. Confronting the Core Curriculum: Considering Change in the Undergraduate Mathematics Major, John A. Dossey, Editor.

NTE-47. Exemplary Programs in Introductory College Mathematics: Innovative Programs Using Technology, Susan Lenker, Editor.

NTE-49. Assessment Practices in Undergraduate Mathematics, Bonnie Gold, Editor.

NTE-55. Cooperative Learning in Undergraduate Mathematics: Issues that Matter and Strategies that Work, Elizabeth C. Rogers, Barbara E. Reynolds, Neil A. Davidson, and Anthony D. Thomas, Editors.

NTE-57. Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn Mathematics: Resources for Professional Development, Matthew Delong and Dale Winter.

NTE-59. Linear Algebra Gems: Assets for Undergraduate Mathematics, David Carlson, Charles R. Johnson, David C. Lay, and A. Duane Porter, Editors.

NTE-60. Innovations in Teaching Abstract Algebra, Allen C. Hibbard and Ellen J. Maycock, Editors.

NTE-61. Changing Core Mathematics, Chris Arney, Donald Small, Editor

NTE-62.Achieving Quantitative Literacy: An Urgent Challenge for Higher Education, Lynn Arthur Steen.

NTE-64. Leading the Mathematical Sciences Department: A Resource for Chairs, Tina H. Straley, Marcia P. Sward, and Jon W. Scott, Editors.

NTE-65. Innovations in Teaching Statistics, Joan B. Garfield, Editor.

NTE-66. Mathematics in Service to the Community: Concepts and models for service-learning in the mathematical sciences, Charles R. Hadlock, Editor.

NTE-67. Innovative Approaches to Undergraduate Mathematics Courses Beyond Calculus, Richard J. Maher, Editor.

NTE-68. From Calculus to Computers: Using the last 200 years of mathematics history in the classroom, Amy Shell-Gellasch and Dick Jardine,

NTE-69. A Fresh Start for Collegiate Mathematics: Rethinking the Courses below Calculus, Nancy Baxter Hastings, Editor.

NTE-70. Current Practices in Quantitative Literacy, Rick Gillman, Editor. Already online elsewhere.

NTE-71. War Stories from Applied Math: Undergraduate Consultancy Projects, Robert Fraga, Editor.12.

NTE-72. Hands On History: A Resource for Teaching Mathematics, Amy Shell-Gellasch, Editor.

NTE-73. Making the Connection: Research and Teaching in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Marilyn P. Carlson and Chris Rasmussen, Editors.

NTE-74. Resources for Teaching Discrete Mathematics: Classroom Projects, History Modules, and Articles, Brian Hopkins, Editor.

NTE-75. The Moore Method: A Pathway to Learner-Centered Instruction,  Charles A. Coppin, W. Ted Mahavier, E. Lee May, and Edgar Parker

NTE-76. Beauty of Fractals, Denny Gulick and Jon Scott, Editors

NTE-77. Mathematical Time Capsules,  Dick Jardine and Amy Shell-Gellasch, Editors.

NTE-78. Recent Developments on Introducing a Historical Dimension in Mathematics Education, Victor Katz and Constantinos Tzanakis, Editors

NTE-79 Teaching Mathematics with Classroom Voting: With and Without Clickers, Kelly Cline and Holly Zullo, Editors

NTE-80. Resources for Preparing Middle School Mathematics Teachers, Cheryl Beaver, Laurie Burton, Maria Fung, and Klay Kruczek, Editors.

NTE-81. Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Models, Processes, and Directions, Glenn Ledder, Jenna P. Carpenter, and Timothy D. Comar, Editors

NTE-82. Applications of Mathematics in Economics, Warren Page, Editor.

NTE-83. Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics, Jacqueline M. Dewar and Curtis D. Bennett, Editors.

NTE-84. Insights and Recommendations from the MAA National Study of College Calculus, David Bressoud, Vilma Mesa, and Chris Rasmussen, Editors.

NTE-85. Beyond Lecture: Resources and Pedagogical Techniques for Enhancing the Teaching of Proof-Writing Across the Curriculum, Rachel Schwell, Aliza Steurer and Jennifer F. Vasquez, Editors.

NTE-86. Using the Philosophy of Mathematics in Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics, Bonnie Gold, Carl E. Behrens, and Roger A. Simons,, Editors.