Bruce Normandia, with a Doctorate in Mathematics Education from Rutgers University, has been a mathematics educator in the US for over 33 years. Having been a teacher, supervisor, principal, and Superintendent, he is currently Assistant Professor in the School of Education at Monmouth University. As an original member of the committee that developed the New Jersey Standards for Mathematics Education, he assisted in the development of the New Jersey Mathematics Curriculum Framework. A well sought speaker for change for over 60 school districts throughout New Jersey, Dr. Normandia is widely published in the field of mathematics education.

Students’ Perceptions on Communicating Mathematically: A Case Study of a Secondary Mathematics Classroom

Through analysis of interview data supported by empirical evidence from classroom observation, the study focuses on the relationship between students’ view point and their actual performance in communicating mathematically.

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