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Horak, V. (Accepted). A science application of area and ratio concepts. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School.
Horak, V. (Accepted). Using algebra to understand your heart. The Mathematics Teacher.
Horak, V. (2005). Biology as a source for algebra equations: Insects. The Mathematics Teacher, 99(1), 55-59.
Horak, V. (2004). A technology enriched secondary teacher preparation program. Abstracts of Papers Presented to the American Mathematics Society, 25(1), 280.
Civil, M. & Horak, V. (2002). Sobre els 'Principis i Standards per a les matemàtiques escolars' [About Principles and Standards for School Mathematics], Biaix, 20, 46-52. (Biaix is a journal for mathematics teachers in Catalonia, Spain. This is an invited article.)
Anhalt, C., Ondrus, M. and Horak, V. (2006, April, accepted). Professional development: An algebra course for middle school teachers of ELLs. TODOS (Math for All) “Conference Within a Conference” at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, St. Louis, MO.
Horak, V. and Anhalt, C. (2006, October, submitted). Language, Diversity and Equity Issues in Middle School Mathematics Teaching. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.
Civil, M, Aguirre, J., Kitchen, R.S., Horak, V., Moschkovich, J., and Gutstein, E. (2005, April). Latinos and mathematics learning and teaching: What we know and don’t know. Research Presession of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
Horak, V. and Miller, C. (2005, January). Enhancing secondary methods courses and field experiences. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX.
Horak, V. (2004, April). From the science museum to independence hall: A Look at Taxicab Geometry. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Horak, V. (2004, January). A technology enriched secondary teacher preparation program. AMS/MAA Joint Meeting, Phoenix, AZ.
Horak, V. (2002, April). Using area and volume concepts to link mathematics and science. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.