## References

I reviewed many journal articles, book reviews, and books while making this blog. Linked citations go to an annotation I’ve written. I’ve grouped them under the following topics:

### Educational Trends: The Need for Data Literacy

- Bargagliotti, Anna E. 2014. “Statistics: The New ‘It’ Common-Core Subject.”
*Education Week*33 (19): 20–21. - Fischer, Frank, Ingo Kollar, Stefan Ufer, Beate Sodian, Heinrich Hussmann, Reinhard Pekrun, Birgit Neuhaus, et al. 2014. “Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation: Advancing an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda in Education.”
*Frontline Learning Research*2 (3): 28–45. doi:10.14786/flr.v2i2.96. - Kirsch, Irwin S., Ann Jungeblut, and Anne Campbell. 1992.
*Beyond the School Doors: The Literacy Needs of Job Seekers Served by the U.S. Department of Labor*. 0-88685-136-X. - Phillips, Jordan. 2014. “Why Your Kids Will Want to Be Data Scientists.”
*CNBC*. Accessed September 21, 2014. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101618128. - Van’t Hooft, Mark, Philip Vahey, Karen Swan, Annette Kratcoski, Dale Cook, Ken Rafanan, Tina Stanford, and Louise Yarnell. 2012. “A Cross-Curricular Approach to the Development of Data Literacy in the Middle-Grades: The Thinking with Data Project.”
*Middle Grades Research Journal*7 (3): 19–33.

### Defining Data Literacy and Graphical Literacy

- Curcio, Frances, and National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 2010.
*Developing Data Graph Comprehension*. Third Edition. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. - Friel, S. N., F. R. Curcio, and G. W. Bright. 2001. “Making Sense of Graphs: Critical Factors Influencing Comprehension and Instructional Implications.”
*Journal for Research in Mathematics Education*32 (2): 124–58. doi:10.2307/749671. - Olande, Oduor. 2014. “Graphical Artefacts: Taxonomy of Students’ Response to Test Items.”
*Educational Studies in Mathematics*85 (1): 53–74. doi:10.1007/s10649-013-9493-3. - Koerber, Susanne, and Beate Sodian. 2009. “Reasoning From Graphs in Young Children: Preschoolers’ Ability to Interpret Covariation Data From Graphs.”
*Journal of Psychology of Science & Technology*2 (2): 73–86. doi:10.1891/1939-7054.2.2.73. - Kirsch, Irwin S., and Peter B. Mosenthal. 1990. “Exploring Document Literacy: Variables Underlying the Performance of Young Adults.”
*Reading Research Quarterly*25 (1): 5–30.

### Libraries Supporting STEM Education

- Anderton, Holly. 2012. “STEM, Teens, and Public Libraries It’s Easier than You Think!”
*Young Adult Library Services*10 (2): 44–46. - Aquino, Teresa L., and Elissa R. Levine. 2003. “Science and Math in the Library Media Center Using GLOBE.”
*Knowledge Quest*31 (3): 40–41. - Jaeger, Paige. 2013. “STEM, eSTEM, and the Cybrarian: What Every Librarian Should Know.”
*Library Media Connection*31 (6): 10–12. - Kimmel, Sue C. 2012. “The School Library: A Space for Critical Thinking about Data and Mathematical Questions.”
*Library Media Connection*30 (4): 38–39. - Kliman, Marlene, Nuria Jaumot-Pascual, and Valerie Martin. 2013. “How Wide Is a Squid Eye? Integrating Mathematics into Public Library Programs for the Elementary Grades.”
*Afterschool Matters*17 (January): 9–15. - Koester, Amy. 2013. “Full Steam Ahead.”
*School Library Journal*59 (10): 1–1. - Koester, Amy. 2014. “Gaining STEAM. (cover Story).”
*Library Sparks*12 (1): 20–23. - Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. 2014. “Infographics Part 1: Invitations to Inquiry.”
*Teacher Librarian*41 (4): 54–58. - Lamb, Annette, and Larry Johnson. 2014. “Infographics Part 2: Practical Ideas for Your School Library.”
*Teacher Librarian*41 (5): 64–67. - Lambert, Nancy Jo. 2013. “Check Out the Math: One Elementary School’s Library-Based Math Program.”
*School Library Journal*. September 12. - Mardis, Marcia A. 2006. “Science-Related Topics in School Library Media Periodicals: An Analysis of Electronic Citation Content from 1998-2004.”
*School Libraries Worldwide*12 (2): 1–15. - Mokros, Jan, and Tracey Wright. 2009. “Zoos, Aquariums, and Expanding Students’ Data Literacy.”
*Teaching Children Mathematics*15 (9): 524–30. - Myers Spencer, Roxanne, and Jeanine Huss. 2013. “Playgrounds for the Mind.”
*Children & Libraries: The Journal of the Association for Library Service to Children*11 (3): 41–46. - Vandenbroek, Alicia. 2014. “Opening the Door for Mathematics Collaboration.”
*Library Media Connection*32 (6): 26–27. - Wolf, Susan. 2013. “East Lake Community Library Uses Legos® to Support STEM Skills of Young Patrons.”
*Florida Libraries*56 (1): 15–17. - Young, Jr., Terrence E. 2012. “STEM: Sparking Innovation and Imagination in School Libraries.”
*Library Media Connection*30 (5): 14–16.

### Teaching Math Through Literature or with Reading Theory

- Adapted from ReadWriteThink.org lesson plans “QARs + Tables = Successful Comprehension of Math Word Problems” by Janet Beyersdorfer and “Solving the Math Curse: Reading and Writing Math Word Problems” by Valerie A. Adair. 2012. “Reading Charts and Writing Story Problems.”
*The Reading Teacher*66 (3): 254–57. doi:10.1002/TRTR.01122. - Anderson, Richard. 2011. “Information Visualization in Children’s Picture Books.”
*Feliciter*57 (4): 138–40. - English, Lyn. 2012. “Data Modelling with First-Grade Students.”
*Educational Studies in Mathematics*81 (1): 15–30. doi:10.1007/s10649-011-9377-3. - Grover, Jeanette, Eula Monroe, and James Jacobs. 2007. “From Peasant to Princess: A Standards Conversion Story with a Twist.”
*Children’s Literature in Education*38 (1): 71–86. doi:10.1007/s10583-006-9031-3. - Hess, Adrien L. 1957. “A Bibliography of Mathematics Books for Elementary School Libraries.”
*The Arithmetic Teacher*4 (1): 15–20. - Hutcheson, Ruth, Edna Mantor, and Marjorie Holmberg. 1956. “The Elementary School Mathematics Library: A Selected Bibliography.”
*The Arithmetic Teacher*3 (1): 8–16. - Kropp, Lisa G. 2014. “Marvelous Math Books for PreK and Up.”
*School Library Journal*, March. - Le Page, Mysti. 2012. “Math Picture Books for Kids”. Hawai‘i State Public Library System.
- Maxwell, D. Jackson, and Robyn F. Maxwell. 2013. “Strange Bedfellows: Integrating Mathematics into Library Instruction.”
*Library Media Connection*32 (1): 22–23. - McKinney, Sueanne and KaaVonia Hinton. 2010.
*Mathematics in the K-8 Classroom and Library*. Santa Barbara, CA: Linworth. - Roberts, Kathryn L., Rebecca R. Norman, Nell K. Duke, Paul Morsink, Nicole M. Martin, and Jennifer A. Knight. 2013. “Diagrams, Timelines, and Tables-Oh, My! Fostering Graphical Literacy.” The Reading Teacher 67 (1): 12–24. doi:10.1002/TRTR.1174.
- Rubenstein, Rheta N., and Denisse R. Thompson. 2012. “Reading Visual Representations.”
*Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School*17 (9): 544–50. doi:10.5951/mathteacmiddscho.17.9.0544. - Schad, Brian, Joseph Georgeson, and Sarah Bunten. 2010. “The Library Problem.”
*Teaching Children Mathematics*16 (7): 387–89. - Shatzer, Joyce. 2008. “Picture Book Power: Connecting Children’s Literature and Mathematics.”
*The Reading Teacher*61 (8): 649–53. doi:10.1598/RT.61.8.6.

### Data Modeling Software for Teaching Data Literacy

*Electronic Education Report*. 2006. “Inspiration Launches InspireData For Data Analysis by Students” 13 (13): 5–6.- Zucker, Andrew, Rachel Kay, and Carolyn Staudt. 2014. “Helping Students Make Sense of Graphs: An Experimental Trial of SmartGraphs Software.”
*Journal of Science Education and Technology*23 (3): 441–57. doi:10.1007/s10956-013-9475-3.

## Further Reading

I also recommend following these websites and journals for newer articles and tips.

*School Library Connection*(formerly*Library Media Connection*) has many short articles with tips for librarians about how to incorporate math in the library, and each issue includes book reviews covering math related topics*School Library Journal*online articles that are tagged with “Math”*Teaching Children Mathematics*(journal)