Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as
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CEMELA Institute for the Improvement of MathematicsTeaching and Learning with Latinas/os Readings

Math Talking + Writing= Latinas/os’ Learning²

June 16-19, 2008


  • Barnett-Clarke, C. & Ramirez, A. (2004). Language pitfalls and pathways to mathematics. In Rheta N. Rubenstein (Ed.), Perspectives on the teaching of mathematics. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston, VA.
  • Khisty, L. L. & Viego, G. (1999). Challenging conventional wisdom: A case study. In L. Ortiz-Franco, N. Hernandez, & Y. De La Cruz (Eds.), Changing the faces of mathematics: Perspectives on Latinos and Latinas (pp.71-80). Washington, DC: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  • Duncan, T., Parent, L., Chen, W., Ferrara, S., Johnson, E., Oppler, S., & Shieh, Y. (2005). Study of a dual-language test booklet in eighth-grade mathematics. Applied measurment in education, 18(2), 129-161.
  • Supplements to readings:

  • Andean Architecture by Dr. John Baldwin
  • Inka Architecture