Table of Contents (To access the full journal, select the picture to the left)
Editorial, Dr. Josh Hertel, University of Wisconsin La Crosse p. 1.
President's Message, Lori Williams, Manitowoc Public School District, p. 2.
Hosting a STEM Fair, Dave Ebert, Oregon High School, pp. 3-4.
How Sweet It Is: Examining the Geometric Properties of the Shapes in Honeycomb, Nicole Muth, Concordia University Wisconsin, pp. 5-8.
Right Triangles and the Unit Circle, David Berger, Mary Pilgrim and Jacob Leibold, Menomonie High School, pp. 9-16.
Mathematics Work Stations, Tim Deis and Jodean Grunow, University of Wisconsin-Platteville, pp. 17-20.
Using Tape Diagrams to Understand the Relationship Between Addition and Subtraction, Meghan Gover Brzozowski, Appleton Area School District, pp. 21-23.
Wisconsin Teacher of Mathematics
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Wisconsin Teacher of Mathematics, the official journal of the Wisconsin Mathematics Council, is published twice a year. The Wisconsin Teacher of Mathematics is a forum for the exchange of ideas. Opinions expressed in this journal are those of the authors and may not necessarily reflect those of the Council or editorial staff.
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