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Video Mosaic Collaborative (VMC) is an interactive collaboration portal designed to enable teachers, teacher educators and researchers to analyze and utilize the real classroom videos shot over a span of 20+ years to make new discoveries in math education and transform mathematics research, teaching and learning. Learn more…
The VMC video collection is the largest compilation of video clips assembled from the longitudinal study that followed the mathematical thinking of a cohort group of students doing mathematics in and out of classrooms, now beginning its 22nd year Learn more…
Milin was a participant in the Rutgers Longitudinal Study resulting from a research partnership between Rutgers University and Kenilworth School District since his first grade. During Milin's school years, researchers visited classrooms to engage students in rich, open-ended problem-solving tasks.
What does mathematical reasoning look like? How do we listen for a convincing argument? As a middle school teacher in New Jersey, I am immersed daily in the development of my students' mathematical ideas.
I began my forty-year career in education as a middle school math teacher. When I briefly took time to stay home and raise my children, I co-authored two math workbooks for McGraw Hill and taught developmental math and math education courses to undergraduate and graduate students at Rutgers University.
This project is supported by the National Science Foundation through grant award # DRL-0822204.
The views expressed here are those of the participating researchers and not necessarily those of the NSF.