References for Gender and Mathematics

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  2. R Ambrose, L Levi and E Fennema, The complexity of teaching for gender equity, in J Trentacost and M J Kenney (eds.), Multicultural and gender equity in the mathematics classroom: The gift of diversity (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics 1997 Yearbook, Reston, VA, 1997), 236-242.
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  5. C Brown and H Borko, Becoming a mathematics teacher, in D A Grouws (ed.), Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning (Macmillan, New York, 1992).
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  9. D A Carey, E Fennema, T P Carpenter and M L Franke, Equity and mathematics education, in W Secada, E Fennema and L Byrd (eds.), New directions for mathematics education (Teachers College Press, New York, 1995).
  10. T P Carpenter, E Fennema, M L Franke, L Levi and S B Empson, Children's mathematics: Cognitively guided instruction (Heinemann, Portsmouth, NH, 1999).
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  13. J S Eccles and P Blumenfeld, Classroom experiences and student gender: Are there differences and do they matter?, in L C Wilkinson and C B Marrett (eds.), Gender influences in classroom interaction (Academic Press, New York, 1985).
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  15. E Fennema and T P Carpenter, New perspectives on gender differences in mathematics: An introduction and a reprise. Educational Researcher 27 (5) (1998), 4-11; 19-22.
  16. E Fennema and G Leder (eds.), Mathematics and gender: Influences on teachers and students (Teachers College Press, New York, 1990).
  17. E Fennema and P L Peterson, Teacher-student interactions and sex-related differences in learning mathematics, Teaching and Teacher Education 2 (1) (1986), 19-42.
  18. E Fennema, P L Peterson, T P Carpenter and C A Lubinski, Teachers' attributions and beliefs about girls, boys, and mathematics. Educational Studies in Mathematics 21 (1) (1990), 55-65.
  19. E Fennema and J Sherman, Sex-related differences in mathematics achievement, spatial visualization, and affective factors, American Educational Research Journal 14 (1) (1977), 51-71.
  20. E Fennema and J Sherman, Sex-related differences in mathematics achievement and related factors: A further study, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 9 (3) (1978), 189-203.
  21. E Fennema and L Tartre, The use of spatial visualization in mathematics by boys and girls. Journal of Research in Mathematics Education 16 (3) (1985), 184-206.
  22. E Fennema, P Wolleat, A Becker and J D Pedro, Multiplying options and subtracting biases (An intervention program composed of four videotapes and facilitators' guides) (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Reston, VA, 1980).
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  28. G Hanna, Mathematics achievement of girls and boys in grade eight: Results from twenty countries, Educational Studies in Mathematics 20 (2) (1989), 225-232.
  29. J S Hyde, E Fennema and S J Lamon, Gender differences in mathematics performance, Psychological Bulletin (1990), 139-155.
  30. J S Hyde, E Fennema, M Ryan and L A Frost, Gender differences in mathematics attitude and affect: A meta-analysis, Psychology of Women Quarterly 14 (1990), 299-324.
  31. J S Hyde and S Jaffee, Perspectives from social and feminist psychology. Educational Researcher 27 (5) (1998), 14-16.
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  33. J E Jacobs and J S Eccles, Gender differences in math ability: The impact of media reports on parents, Educational Research 14 (3) (1985), 20-25.
  34. M S Koehler, Classrooms, teachers, and gender differences in mathematics, in E Fennema and G Leder (eds.), Mathematics and gender (Teachers College Press, New York, 1990).
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  39. S P Marshall, Sex differences in children's mathematics achievement: Solving computations and story problems, Journal of Education Psychology 76 (2) (1984), 194-204.
  40. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Curriculum and evaluation standards for school mathematics (Author, Reston, VA, 1989).
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  43. P L Peterson and E Fennema, Effective teaching, student engagement in classroom activities, and sex-related differences in learning mathematics, American Educational Research Journal 22 (3) (1985), 309-335.
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  47. W G Secada, Degrees of bilingualism and arithmetic problem solving in Hispanic first graders, Elementary School Journal 52 (1991), 306-316.
  48. W G Secada, Race, ethnicity, social class, language, and achievement in mathematics, in D A Grouws (ed.), Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning (Macmillan, New York, 1992).
  49. C Shakeshaft, Women in educational administration (Sage, Newbury Park, CA, 1987).
  50. J Sherman and E Fennema, The study of mathematics among High School girls and boys: Related factors, American Educational Research Journal 14 (2) (1977), 159-168.
  51. J T Sowder, Perspectives from mathematics education, Educational Researcher 27 (5) (1998), 12-13.
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  53. H Walberg and G Haertel, Educational psychology's first century. Journal of Educational Psychology 84 (1) (1992), 6-19.
  54. L Weisbeck, Teachers' thoughts about children during mathematics instruction (Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1992).

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