68 articles, 115 authors, 362 pages
Fall 2005     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 9, Issue 3

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Table of Contents
Editorial:   Mathematics  /  5   
Math—that four-letter word!  /  7
	Melissa Freiberg, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
High School Students’ Attitudes Toward Mathematics  / 12
	Joy B. Schackow, University of South Florida
	Denisse R. Thompson, University of South Florida
Curriculum Ideas for Part Time PhD Students  /  19
	Sue Poppink, Western Michigan University
	Louann Bierlein Palmer, Western Michigan University 
An After-school Cultural Arts Program  /  24
	Kathy Bussert-Webb, The University of Texas at Brownsville
Comparing Online and Traditional Classes  /  30
	Valerie M. Sue, California State University, East Bay
Introduction to Regression Using NBA Statistics  /  35
	Jamie D. Mills, University of Alabama
Peer Assessment and Role Play: A Winning Alliance  /  40
	Marilyn Lockhart,  Montana State University 
Sense-making of Institutionalizing Assessment  /  45
	SueAnn Strom, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, AR
	Linda J. Hemminger, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
Teens Share Their Views on Technology  /  51
	Lillian Benavente-McEnery, University of Houston- Clear Lake
Using AI to Learn about Algorithms  /  57
	Reva Freedman, Northern Illinois University
Teacher Candidates’ Literacy in Assessment  /  62
	Peggy P. Chen, Hunter College, CUNY
Emergent Literacy of Bilingual Kindergarteners  /  67
	Kelly Demers, Boston College, MA
	Yi-Chien Lee, Boston College, MA
Guiding Teachers in Conducting Action Research  /  72
	Sylvia Taube, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
	Barbara Polnick, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
	William Jasper, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
The Language Ecology of Bilingual Memory  /  77
  	Calliope Haritos, Hunter College School of Education, NY
A More Parsimonious Mathematics Beliefs Scales  /  83
	Mary Margaret Capraro, Texas A & M University
Discovering Inexpensive On-Campus IT Support   /  89
	Marwin Britto, Central Washington University, WA
Exploring Writing Approaches in Chinese EFL Class  /  95
	Miao Yang, Shantou University Medical College, China
“Doing Disney” Fosters Media Literacy in Freshmen  /  100
	Virginia Crank, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Stochastic Misconceptions of Pre-service Teachers  /  105
	Tamara Anthony Carter, Texas A&M University
	Robert M. Capraro, Texas A&M University
Future Early Childhood Teachers as EFL Learners  /  112
	Hsiang-Ju Ho, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Medical Narratives in Empirical Frameworks  /  116
	Jane Robinett, San Diego State University
	Linn K. Bekins, San Diego State University
Alternative Certification Program Analysis  /  121
	Linda Reichwein Zientek, Texas A&M University
	TauGamba Kadhi, Texas A&M University
	Robert M. Capraro, Texas A&M University
Ethnomathematics and aboriginal student anxiety  /  126
	Catherine McGregor, University of Northern BC
	Peter MacMillan, University of Northern BC
	Barbara Old, College of New Caledonia
A Modeling-based Approach to College Algebra  /  131
	Aimee J. Ellington, Virginia Commonwealth University
Listening to My Students: The Digital Divide  /  136
	Susan Kirtley, Western Oregon University
Keeping Students Informed of the Transfer Process  /  141
	Gloria R. De Tro, Butte-Glenn Community College
Academic Motivation Profile in Business Classes  /  145
	Teresa Lang, Columbus State University, GA
	Dianne J. Hall, Auburn University, AL
Teaching the Hypertext Novel  /  151
	Matthew Roberson, Central Michigan University
Integrating Mathematics and the Language Arts  /  156
	Ron Zambo, Arizona State University
	Jo Cleland, Arizona State University
Media Literacy in Journalism Education Curriculum  /  162
	Paul Mihailidis, University of Maryland
	Ray Hiebert, University of Maryland
Social Stigma and Mathematical Ignorance  /  167
	Carmen M. Latterell, University of Minnesota Duluth
Tutoring Graduate Students in the Writing Center  /  172
	Julie Garbus,  University of Northern Colorado
Skills for Succeeding in Online Graduate Studies  /  176
	Carrie LaVallie, RPN, MHST, Athabasca University, Canada
	Sherri Melrose, RN, PhD, Athabasca University, Canada
High School Students’ Math Beliefs and Society  /  182
	Shelby Morge, Indiana University in Bloomington
Do Weekly Quizzes Improve Student Performance?  /  188
 	Felix U. Kamuche,  Morehouse College, GA 
Action Research in Language Learning  /  193
	Marjorie Hall Haley, George Mason University, VA
Exploring Leadership Teaching Methods  /  198
	Min Young Doo, James Madison University, VA
The Promise of Action Research  /  203
	Debby Zambo, Arizona State University
Exploring focus groups with adolescent students  /  210
	Diane Louise Szarkowicz, Charles Darwin University, Australia
Developing Good Responses to Students’ Errors   /  215
	Ji-Eun Lee, Auburn University-Montgomery
Redesigning Web Design  /  220
	Pauline Mosley, Pace University
Entwining feedback, self, and peer assessment   /  225
	Rita Berry, Hong Kong Institute of Education
Factors in Learning Second Language and Culture  /  230
	Marjo Mitsutomi, University of Redlands, CA
	VernaLynn McDonald, University of Redlands, CA
Teachers’ Efficacy in Preparation and Retention  /  235
	Susan Wegmann, Sam Houston State University, TX
        and others
Portfolio Assessment and Self-Directed Learning  /  240
	Carol R. Thrush, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
	Patricia S. O’Sullivan, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
	James A. Clardy, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
	Jim Vander Putten, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
	Carol Kamin, University of Colorado
Service Learning and Student Academic Success  /  245
	Michael Magarrey, Central Michigan University 
	 Raymond Francis, Central Michigan University
“Expert of the Day” Using PDAs in Class/Clinical  /  249
	Peggy Jenkins, Hartwick College
	Bonnie Nobiling, Hartwick College
Service Learning in Health  Administration Programs  /  254
	Sherryl W. Johnson, Albany State University
Constructionism: Student Learning and Development  /  259
	Kamonwan Tangdhanakanond, Chulalongkorn University
	Somwung Pitiyanuwat, Chulalongkorn University 
	Teara Archwamety, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Computer Assisted Learning for Young Bilinguals  /  267
	Marie-Luce Bourguet, Queen Mary, University of London, UK 
	Manjit Kaur Plaha, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
	Nick Bryan-Kinns, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Attitudes Toward Mathematics Inventory Redux  /  272  
	Martha Tapia, Berry College
	George E. Marsh II, The University of Alabama
Short Cuts to Computing Eigenvalues  /  277 
	Russell Euler, Northwest Missouri State University
	Jawad Sadek, Northwest Missouri State University
The Role of Sampling in Qualitative Research  /  280
	Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie, University of South Florida
	Nancy L. Leech, University of Colorado at Denver 
Can One Book Make A Difference?  /  285
	Susan E. Russell, University of Oklahoma
Students' Aversions to Group Work  /  288
	Brian K. Payne, Old Dominion University, VA
	Elizabeth Monk-Turner, Old Dominion University, VA
Assessment Strategies as Formative Evaluation  /  293
	Carroll Ferguson Nardone, Sam Houston State University
Student Media Texts: From the Inside Out  /  298
	Gina Victoria Shaffer, UCLA 
An Academic Website in Reproductive Medicine  /  303
	Krishna B. Singh, Louisiana State University 
Teaching Research Rhetorically  /  307
	Jennifer Nutefall, George Washington University, DC
	Phyllis Mentzell Ryder, George Washington University, DC
Empowering Adult Students through Action Research  /  312
	Nathalis G. Wamba,  Queens College, City University of New York
Student Perceptions of a Hybrid Course   /  317
	Sara B. Marcketti, Iowa State University
	Jennifer Yurchisin, Iowa State University
Overcoming Speech and Library Anxiety   /  321
	Rozanne Leppington, James Madison University, VA
	Rebecca Feind, San Jose State University, CA
Teachers Have the Power to Alleviate Math Anxiety  /  326 
	Darla J. Shields, Slippery Rock University, PA
Evaluation of Brief Alcohol Abuse Strategies  /  331
	Andrew F. Wall, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
	Frankie Santos Laanan, Iowa State University
Integrating Information Literacy and Writing  /  340
	Jennifer E. Knievel, University of Colorado at Boulder 
	Becky Imamoto, University of Colorado at Boulder
Reversing Roles to Create an Online Course  /  344
	Leah E. Wickersham,  Texas A&M University – Commerce
	Shau – E Eve Su, Texas A&M University-Commerce
Counselors’ Perceptions of Sexual Minorities  /  350
	Darline Hunter,  University of Houston Clear Lake
	Lezlie Gless, University of Houston Clear Lake
	Hillary Woest, University of Houston Clear Lake
Student Goal Orientation and Formative Assessment  /  355
	Jenefer Husman, Arizona State University
	Sarah Brem, Arizona State University
	Mary Anne Duggan, Arizona State University

Keyword Subject Index   /  360-362

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