“Writing in math class supports learning because it requires students to organize, clarify, and reflect on their ideas--all useful processes for making sense of mathematics. In addition, when students write, their papers provide a window into their understandings, their misconceptions, and their feelings about the content.”

Burns, M. (2004). Writing in Math. Educational Leadership. Oct. 2004 (30).

## “Writing in math class supports learning because it requires students to organize, clarify, and reflect on their ideas--all useful processes for making sense of mathematics. In addition, when students write, their papers provide a window into their understandings, their misconceptions, and their feelings about the content.”

Burns, M. (2004). Writing in Math. Educational Leadership. Oct. 2004 (30).Use these resources for Math Journals