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# Volume 11, Number 2 (August 2014)

"...if I had to reduce all of educational psychology to just one principle, I would say this: 'The most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows. Ascertain this and teach him accordingly.'" - Ausubel

## Full Volume

## Editorials

## Articles

Prospective Elementary Teacher Mathematics Content Knowledge: An Introduction

Christine Browning, Eva Thanheiser, Alden J. Edson, Patrick Kimani, Dana Olanoff, Jennifer Tobias, and Ian Whitacre

Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Focus on Whole-Number Concepts and Operations

Eva Thanheiser, Ian Whitacre, and George Roy

Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Focus on Fractions

Dana Olanoff, Jane-Jane Lo, and Jennifer Tobias

Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Focus on Decimals

Signe Kastberg and Crystal Morton

Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Focus on Geometry and Measurement

Christine Browning, Alden J. Edson, Patrick Kimani, and Fatma Aslan-Tutak

Mathematical Content Knowledge for Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Focus on Algebra

Krista Strand and Briana Mills

Prospective Elementary Mathematics Teacher Content Knowledge: What Do We Know, What Do We Not Know, and Where Do We Go?

Eva Thanheiser, Christine Browning, Alden J. Edson, Jane-Jane Lo, Ian Whitacre, Dana Olanoff, and Crystal Morton

## Additional Information

#### Editors

- Guest Editor
- Eva Thanheiser
- Guest Editor
- Christine Browning

#### Special Issue:

The Mathematical Content Knowledge of Elementary Prospective Teachers