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  1. Examining the Potential of Cartoon-Based Simulations for Studying Mathematics Teachers’ Handling of Student Emotions: A Replication Study
  2. Harnessing Failure for Innovation: Improving Feedback in Professional Development
  3. On designing better structures for feedback in practice-based professional development: Using “failure” to innovate
  4. Tensions college geometry instructors manage in teaching future teachers
  5. Proceedings of the 44th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education: Critical Dissonance and Resonant Harmony
  6. How can teaching simulations help us study at scale the tensions mathematics teachers have to manage when considering policy recommendations?
  7. Leveraging Scenario-based Assessments to Uncover How Mathematics Teachers Make Decisions
  8. Understanding instructional capacity for high school geometry as a systemic problem through stakeholder interviews
  9. Exploring How Teachers Respond: A Practice-based Functional Approach
  10. Seeing Algebraic Structure: The Rubik's Cube
  11. A heuristic approach to assess change in mathematical knowledge for teaching geometry after a practice-based professional learning intervention
  12. What Simulation-Based Mentoring May Afford: Opportunities to Connect Theory and Practice
  13. Technology Tools for Mathematics Teacher Learning
  14. What StoryCircles Can Do for Mathematics Teaching and Teacher Education
  15. (Toward) Developing a Common Language for Describing Instructional Practices of Responding: A Teacher-Generated Framework
  16. Explorations with Sketchpad in Topogeometry