2014 - Fellow of the American Educational Research Association
Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Teaching method, Professional development and Mathematics instruction are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Thinking skills and Reform mathematics overlaps with other areas such as Set. Mary Kay Stein has researched Thinking skills in several fields, including Educational research and Mathematical thinking.
Mary Kay Stein interconnects Math wars, Philosophy of mathematics education, Classroom climate and Core-Plus Mathematics Project in the investigation of issues within Reform mathematics. His work on Faculty development and Instructional leadership as part of general Pedagogy study is frequently linked to Neuroleadership, Shared leadership and Transactional leadership, bridging the gap between disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Concept learning and Algebraic number in addition to Mathematics instruction.
Mary Kay Stein spends much of his time researching Mathematics education, Pedagogy, Professional development, Mathematics instruction and Teaching method. His Mathematics education study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Curriculum. Pedagogy and Education policy are commonly linked in his work.
The Professional development study combines topics in areas such as Class, School district and Primary education. His Mathematics instruction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Concept learning and Student learning. His study in Teaching method is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Academic standards and Common core state standards.
Mathematics education, Mathematics instruction, Professional development, Engineering ethics and Coaching are his primary areas of study. His Mathematics education research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Group and Faculty development. His Faculty development study deals with the bigger picture of Pedagogy.
His work focuses on many connections between Mathematics instruction and other disciplines, such as Student learning, that overlap with his field of interest in Academic achievement, Curriculum and Next Generation Science Standards. His studies link Concept learning with Professional development. Education theory is closely connected to Common core state standards in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Teaching method.
His primary scientific interests are in Mathematics education, Professional development, Teaching method, Science education and Faculty development. Mary Kay Stein merges Mathematics education with Argument in his study. His work in Professional development tackles topics such as Educational technology which are related to areas like Knowledge management and Class.
His studies in Teaching method integrate themes in fields like Academic standards and Common core state standards. Mary Kay Stein has included themes like Professional studies, Critical thinking, Critical systems thinking and Cognitively Guided Instruction in his Academic standards study. Faculty development is a subfield of Pedagogy that Mary Kay Stein explores.
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Functions, Graphs, and Graphing: Tasks, Learning, and Teaching
Gaea Leinhardt;Orit Zaslavsky;Mary Kay Stein.
Review of Educational Research (1990)
Building Student Capacity for Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning: An Analysis of Mathematical Tasks Used in Reform Classrooms
Mary Kay Stein;Barbara W. Grover;Marjorie Henningsen.
American Educational Research Journal (1996)
Implementing Standards-Based Mathematics Instruction: A Casebook for Professional Development
Mary Kay Stein;Margaret Schwan Smith;Marjorie A. Henningsen;Edward A. Silver.
Mathematical Tasks and Student Cognition: Classroom-Based Factors That Support and Inhibit High-Level Mathematical Thinking and Reasoning.
Marjorie Henningsen;Mary Kay Stein.
Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (1997)
Orchestrating Productive Mathematical Discussions: Five Practices for Helping Teachers Move Beyond Show and Tell
Mary Kay Stein;Randi A. Engle;Margaret S. Smith;Elizabeth K. Hughes.
Mathematical Thinking and Learning (2008)
Teacher development and school improvement: The process of teacher change☆
Mary Kay Stein;Margaret C. Wang.
Teaching and Teacher Education (1988)
Mathematical Tasks as a Framework for Reflection: From Research to Practice
Mary Kay Stein;Margaret Schwan Smith.
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (1998)
The Development of Professional Developers: Learning to Assist Teachers in New Settings in New Ways
Mary Kay Stein;Margaret Schwan Smith;Edward A. Silver.
Harvard Educational Review (1999)
Instructional Tasks and the Development of Student Capacity to Think and Reason: An Analysis of the Relationship between Teaching and Learning in a Reform Mathematics Project
Mary Kay Stein;Suzanne Lane.
Educational Research and Evaluation (1996)
Reflections on Practice: Selecting and Creating Mathematical Tasks: From Research to Practice
Margaret Schwan Smith;Mary Kay Stein.
Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (1998)
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