*‘Writing in Math Class is a win-win for Students & Teachers’ is the headline of one of my Education Week Teacher columns.*

Regular readers know that, in addition to teaching high school during the day, I also teach an ESL Methods class to teacher credential candidates at California State University, Sacramento.

Next semester, I have also insanely agreed to teach a content literacy class to credential candidates at the University of California, Davis.

I’ve got a good handle on writing in Social Studies and English classes and, in preparation for the course, am reading up on writing in math and science classes.

You might also be interested in My Best Posts On Writing Instruction.

Here’s the beginning of a list on writing in math (I’ve also including some resources on reading), and one on writing in science is not far behind. Feel free to share your own suggestions:

Common Core: Teach Literacy in Every Subject is from Ed Week.

Should We Do More Writing in Math Class? appeared in Middleweb.

Students in My Math Classes Next Year Will Do a Lot of Writing. Here’s Why is from Ed Week.

4 Tips for Writing in the Math Classroom is by Heather Wolpert-Gawron.

Writing in Math Class by Mr. Honner

WRITING IN MATH CLASS is by Doug Lemov.

Writing Across the Curriculum – Mathematics

Writing in Math is by Marilyn Burns.

Using Writing In Mathematics To Deepen Student Learning

Harness the Power of Writing in Math is from The Teaching Channel.

Using Writing to Improve Math Learning is from AMLE.

JOURNAL WRITING IN THE MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM: A BEGINNER’S APPROACH

Integrating Writing and Mathematics

A Guide to Writing in Mathematics Classes

Math Prompts from Read Write Think

Reading in the Mathematics Classroom

Utilizing Reading Strategies in the Math Classroom

Why Should Students Write in Math Class? by Tutita M. Casa, Kyle Evans, Janine M. Firmender and Madelyn W. Colonnese.

Guest Post: Integrating Writing Into Math Classes

RESOURCES FOR HAVING STUDENTS WRITE MATH AUTOBIOGRAPHIES – CONTRIBUTE MORE

What Questions Do You Have About How the World Works? is from The New York Times Learning Network and is about their STEM writing contest.

Evidence increases for writing during math class is from The Hechinger Report.

How Math Journals Help Students Process Their Learning is from Edutopia.

Past winners of our #STEM Writing Contest have written about everything from snake venom and egg shells to Alzheimer’s and Covid-19. What topics in #science and #math fascinate your students? https://t.co/1a6xO1ReUX pic.twitter.com/xY9BzCoj0o

— NYT Learning Network (@NYTimesLearning) February 19, 2022

Lasers, Fish-Skin Bandages and Pain-Free Vaccines: The Winners of Our 3rd Annual STEM Writing Contest is from The NY Times Learning Network.

Math Word Field Notes: A Collaborative Project Across Subject Areas is from The NY Times Learning Network.

6 Ways to Merge Literacy With Mathematics is from Edutopia.

Hi, Larry,

Consider Writing to Learn Mathematics: Strategies K-12 by Joan Countryman.

Hi Larry,

I recently completed a thesis about mathematical writing in a 2nd-grade dual-language classroom. In the process, I came across a considerable amount of literature and other resources about writing mathematically in K-12 settings.

Let me know if you need help with this topic. Thanks!

J.Ramiro_Hernandez (AT) yahoo (DOT) com

http://www.twitter.com/TeachMathWrite

http://www.facebook.com/j.ramiro.h

Thesis link: http://hdl.handle.net/10211.3/182890

This website has been the most helpful one I’ve come across: http://mathcomm.org

This page by UCONN’s Elementary Mathematics Writing Task Force is helpful as well: http://mathwriting.education.uconn.edu

Thanks!