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Action Research: Strategies for Learning Subtraction Facts
Carol A. Thornton and Paula J. Smith

Children's Conceptual Understanding of Forces and Equilibrium
C. Terry and others

Children's Difficulties in Subtraction: Some Causes and Cures
Arthur J. Baroody

Children's Dynamics
Roger Osborne

Concepts in Force and Motion
Nanjundiah Sadanand and Joseph Kess

Connecting Research to Teaching
Kathleen Cramer and Thomas Post

Connecting Research to Teaching, Probability and Statistics
J. Michael Shaughnessey

Constructing Meaning for the Concept of Equation
Nicolas Herscovics and Carolyn Kieran

A Constructivist Approach to Astronomy in the National Curriculum
John Baxter

The Continuing Calculator Controversy
Thomas Dick

Decimal Notation: An Important Research Finding
Anne S. Grossman

Decimals: Results and Implications from National Assessment
Thomas P. Carpenter and others

The Everyday Perspective and Exceedingly Unobvious Meaning
Charles R. Ault, Jr

Force Concept Inventory
David Hestenes and others

Fractions: In Search of meaning
Mary Lou Witherspoon

Fractions: Results and Implications from National Assessment
Thomas R. Post

Getting the Facts Straight
Jim Minstrell

Gravity--Don't Take it for Granted
Michael D. Watts

How Well Do Students Write Geometry Proofs?
Sharon L. Senk

Let Us Go Back to Nature Study
Dorothy L. Gabel

Little into Big Is the Way It Always Is
Anna O. Graeber and Kay M. Baker

Material Cycles in Nature: A New Approach to Teaching Photosynthesis in Junior High School
Yehudit Eisen and Ruth Stavy

Misconceptions and the Qualitative Method
Dori Ridgeway

The Museum as Science Teacher
Charles R. Ault, Jr.

Research Gives Calculators a Green Light
Ray Hembree

Research into Practice: Adding by Counting On with One-Handed Finger Patterns
Karen C. Fuson

Research into Practice: Children's Multiplication
Kurt Kilion and Leslie Steffe

Research into Practice: Children's Strategies in Ordering Rational Numbers
Thomas Post and Kathleen Cramer

Research into Practice: Children's Understanding of Zero and Infinity
Marilyn Montague Wheeler

Research into Practice: Developing Understanding of Computational Estimation
Judith Sowder

Research into Practice: Helping to Make the Transition to Algebra
Carolyn Kieran

Research into Practice: Integrating Assessment and Instruction
Megan M. Loef, Deborah A. Carey, Thomas P. Carpenter, and Elizabeth Fennema

Research into Practice: Misconceptions about Multiplication and Division
Anna O. Graeber

Research into Practice: Number Sense and Nonsense
Zvia Markovits and others

Research into Practice: Place Value and Addition and Subtraction
Diana Wearne and James Hiebert

Research into Practice: Place Value for Tens and Ones
Joseph N. Payne

Research into Practice: The Problem of Fractions in the Elementary School
Leslie P. Steffe and John Olive

Research into Practice: Similarity in the Middle Grades
Glenda Lappan and Ruhama Even

Research into Practice: Spatial Abilities
Douglas T. Owens

Research into Practice: Story Problems and Students' Strategies
Larry Sowder

Research into Practice: Students' Use of Symbols
Deborah A. Carey

Research into Practice: Using Spatial Imagery in Geometric Reasoning
Michael T. Battista and Douglas H. Clements

Research Report: Addition and Subtraction--Processes and Problems
Marilyn N. Suydam

Research Report: Decimal Fractions
James Hiebert

Research Report: Estimation and Computation
Marilyn N. Suydam

Research Report: Learning Probability Concepts in Elementary School Mathematics
Albert P. Shulte

Research Report: What Are Calculators Good For?
Marilyn N. Suydam

Results of the Fourth NAEP Assessment of Mathematics: Measurement, Geometry, Data Interpretation, Attitudes, and Other Topics
Vicky L. Kouba and others

Secondary School Results for the Fourth NAEP Mathematics Assessment: Algebra, Geometry, Mathematical Methods, and Attitudes
Catherine A. Brown and others

Secondary School Results for the Fourth NAEP Mathematics Assessment: Discrete Mathematics, Data Organization and Interpretation, Measurement, Number and Operations
Catherine A. Brown and others

Secondary Students' Conceptions of the Conduction of Heat: Bringing Together Scientific and Personal Views
Elizabeth Engel Clough and Rosalind Driver

The Shape of Instruction in Geometry: Some Highlights from Research
Marilyn N. Suydam

Some Misconceptions Concerning the Concept of Variable
Peter Rosnick

Spadework Prior to Deduction in Geometry
J. Michael Shaughnessy and William F. Burger

Students' Conceptions of Ideas in Mechanics
John K. Gilbert and others

Students' Concepts of Force: The Importance of Understanding Newton's Third Law
David E. Brown

Students' Understanding of Photosynthesis
Yehudit Eisen and Ruth Stavy

Students' Use of the Principle of Energy Conservation in Problem Situations
Rosalind Driver and Lynda Warrington

A Survey of Some Children's Ideas about Force
D. M. Watts and A Zylbersztajn

Teacher Predictions versus Actual Student Gains
Alan Lightman and Philip Sadler

Teaching for Conceptual Change: Confronting Children's Experience
Bruce Watson and Richard Konicek

Understanding the Particulate Nature of Matter
Dorothy L. Gabel and others

Units of Measure: Results and Implications from National Assessment
James Hiebert

What Are the Chances of Your Students Knowing Probability?
Thomas P. Carpenter and others

What Are These Things Called Variables?
Sigrid Wagner

What Research Says
Mark Driscoll

What Research Says: The Cardiovascular System: Children's Conceptions and Misconceptions
Mary W. Arnaudin and Joel J. Mintzes

When Students Don't Know They Don't Know
Janet F. Eaton and others

Which Comes First--Length, Area, or Volume?
Kathleen Hart

Why Are There No Dinosaurs in Oklahoma?
John W. Renner and others

Why Do Some Children Have Trouble Learning Measurement Concepts?
James Hiebert