1.1 Teaching techniques and research reports
A Statistical Analysis of Multiple-Choice Examinations in Mathematics, Bert K. Waits and Larry C. Elbrink, 1:1, 1970, 25-29
Programmed Instruction in Elementary Algebra: An Experiment, Margaret L. Lial, 1:2, 1970, 17-21
New Results of Research Comparing Programmed and Lecture-Text Instruction, Maurice E. Nott, 2:1, 1971, 19-22
Two-Year College Faculty Participation in Professional Mathematics Organizations, John B. Davis and T. J. Pignani, 2:1, 1971, 53-57
An Experiment in Teaching Elementary Algebra, Donald Perry, 2:2, 1971, 40-46
The Crossover Mathematics Program at Milwaukee Area Technical College, Keith J. Roberts and Leo E. Michels, 2:2, 1971, 47-50
A Design for Class Testing Mathematics Textbook Materials, Karl G. Zahn, 3:2, 1972, 29-32
Academic Qualifications of North Carolina's Community College Professors, Phillip E. Johnson, 3:2, 1972, 33-36
Do Students Learn From and Like An Audio-Tutorial Course in Freshman Mathematics?, Peter M. Wilson, 3:2, 1972, 37-41
A Look at That 1971 MAA Information Services Survey, Lester H. Lange, 3:2, 1972, 56-69
The Effects of a Laboratory on Achievement in College Freshman Mathematics, Cameron Douthitt, 4:1, 1973, 55-59
Student Evaluation of Mathematics Instruction, Bert K. Waits and Larry C. Elbrink, 4:2, 1973, 59-66
A Study: Using CUPM Recommendations As Criteria of the Academic Preparation of Two-Year College Teachers, Donald Perry, 4:2, 1973, 67-71
Achievement, Aptitude and Attitude in Mathematics, Anthony N. Behr, 4:2, 1973, 72-74
An Audio-Tutorial Method of Instruction vs. the Traditional Lecture-Discussion Method, Shelba Jean Morman, 4:3, 1973, 56-61
The Contract Method vs. the Traditional Method of Teaching Developmental Mathematics to Underachievers: A Comparative Analysis, Wayne L. Miller, 5:2, 1974, 45-49
Some Research Support for A Second Chance for Beginning Algebra Students, Paul W. Merritt, 5:2, 1974, 50-54
A Mastery Approach to Mathematical Literacy, Judith Harle Hector, 6:2, 1975, 22-27
Research and Development of Synchronized Slide-Tape Units for a Mathematics Laboratory, Eddie R. Williams and Harold W. Mick, 7:2, 1976, 28-33
Flow Charts in Mathematics Classes for Elementary School Teachers, Janet E. Ford and Douglas B. McLeod, 8:1, 1977, 15-19
A Look at General Education Mathematics Programs, Charles D. Friesen, 9:4, 1978, 218-221
Developing Skills in College AlgebraÑA Mastery Approach, William E. Haver, 9:4, 1978, 282-287
The Two-Year Colleges and the Graduate Schools: The Teachers' Perspective, Robert McKelvey, 10:2, 1979, 136
1978 AMS Survey: Two-Year College Report, Wendell Fleming, 10:2, 1979, 143
1979 AMS Survey: Two-Year College Report, Wendell Fleming, 11:3, 1980, 222
A Classroom Experiment Involving Basic Mathematics and Women, Pansy Waycaster Brunson, 14:4, 1983, 318-324
What Makes Mathematics Lessons Easy to Follow, Understand, and Remember?, Nira Hativa, 14:5, 1983, 398-406
Collegiate Mathematics Education Research: What Would That Be Like?, Annie Selden and John Selden, 24:5, 1993, 431-445
Graphing Calculators in Calculus, Anita E. Solow, 25:3, 1994, 235-239
Asking Good Questions about Differential Equations, Paul Davis, 25:5, 1994, 394-400, 1.2, 6.1
Assessing the Quantitative Skills of College Juniors, Steven F. Bauman and William O. Martin, 26:3, 1995, 214-220
The Mathematical Judge: A Fable, William G. Frederick and James R. Hersberger, 26:5, 1995, 377-381, 0.1
An Attempt to Foster StudentsÕ Construction of Knowledge During a Semester Course in Abstract Algebra, Thomas G. Edwards and Lawrence Brenton, 30:2, 1999, 120-128, 9.4
Recommendations for Teaching the Reasoning of Statistical Inference, Allan Rossman and Beth Chance, 30:4, 1999, 297-305, 7.3
455 Mathematics Majors: What Have They Done Since?, Patricia Clark Kenschaft, 31:3, 2000, 193-199
Can We Improve the Teaching of Calculus?, Hugh Thurston, 31:4, 2000, 262-267, 5.1.2, 5.7.1
Conceptions of Area: In Students and in History, Bronislaw Czarnocha, Ed Dubinsky, Sergio Loch, Vrunda Prabhu, and Draga Vidakovic, 32:2, 2001, 99-109, 5.2.6
Teaching Linear Algebra: Issues and Resources, Dan Kalman and Jane Day, 32:3, 2001, 162-168, 4.7
Is There Enough Poison Gas to Kill the City?: The Teaching of Ethics in Mathematics Classes, Bonnie Shulman, 33:2, 2002, 118-125
Independent Thinking, Reuben Hersh, 34:2, 2003, 112-115
Spherical Coordinates, Tevian Dray and Corinne A. Manogue, 34:2, 2003, 168-169, C, 5.6.2
Suggestions to Teachers, Daniel W. Fish, 39:2, 2008, 101, 120, C