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Us-46 108′ E Of Sixth St; 5th St 150′ S Of Jefferson Ave.; Plauderville; Market St at Mayhill St; Teterboro – Williams Avenue.

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Bus: 161, 707 Train: MCL

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Megan Staples | Neag School of Education

Associate Professor

Curriculum &amp

Instruction


Titles:

Associate Professor of Mathematics Education

Academic Degrees:

Ph.D, Mathematics Education, Stanford University, 2004
MA, Mathematics Education, Stanford University, 1999
BA, Mathematics, Brown University, 1992

Areas of Expertise:

Mathematics Education (Secondary)

Classroom Discourse

Mathematical Argumentation and Justification

Teacher Education

Student Groupings

Funded Research:

Bridging Math Practices – Math Science Partnership Grant (2016). (See the Bridging Math Practices website). CT State Department of Education and the US Department of Education.

Bridging Practices Among Connecticut Mathematics Educators – Math Science Partnership Grant (2014-2015) (See the Bridging Math Practices website). CT State Department of Education and the US Department of Education.

JAGUAR – Justification in Algebra: Growing Understanding of Algebraic Reasoning – National Science Foundation (2009 – 2013). National Science Foundation.

Math Leadership Academy (MLA) – Teacher Quality Partnership Grant (2011-2012). CT State Department of Higher Education.

ACCESS: Academic Content and Communication Equals Student Success- Teacher Quality Partnership Grant (2008-2009). CT State Department of Higher Education.

Selected Publications:

Bieda, K. & Staples, M. (accepted). Justification as an equity practice. To appear in Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PreK-12.  

Staples, M., & King, S. (2017). Eliciting, supporting and guiding the math: Three key functions of the teacher’s role in facilitating meaningful mathematical discourse. In D. A. Spangler & J. J. Wanko (Eds.), Enhancing Classroom Practice with Research behind Principles to Actions (pp. 25-36). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. (Download chapter by clicking “Read an Excerpt” from NCTM’s website.)

Staples, M. & Newton, M. (2016). Teachers’ contextualization of argumentation in the mathematics classroom. Theory into Practice, 55(4), 294-301.

Staples, M., Newton, J., & Anagnostopoulos, D. (Guest Editors) (2016). Special Issue: Argumentation and Education in a Democratic Society. Theory into Practice.

Cioe, M., King, S., Ostein, D., Pansa, N., & Staples, M. (2015). Moving students to the “why?” Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 20(8), 285-291.

Staples, M. E., & Levine, T. H. (2014). Using a Conceptual Frame to Infuse Material about Emergent Bilinguals into a Teacher Education Course. In T. H. Levine, E. R. Howard, and D. M. Moss (Eds.), Preparing Classroom Teachers to Succeed with Second Language Learners: Lessons from a Faculty Learning Community. New York: Routledge.

Staples, M. E. (2014). Promoting student collaboration in a detracked, heterogeneous secondary mathematics classrooms. In Nasir, N. S., Cabana, C., Shreve, B., Woodbury, E., & Louie, N. (Eds.) Mathematics for Equity: A Framework for Successful Practice (pp 53 – 74). New York: Teachers College Press.

Boaler, J., & Staples, M. (2014). Creating mathematical futures through an equitable teaching approach: The case of Railside School. In Nasir, N. S., Cabana, C., Shreve, B., Woodbury, E., & Louie, N. (Eds.) Mathematics for Equity: A Framework for Successful Practice (pp 11 – 34). New York: Teachers College Press.

Staples, M. E. , & Truxaw, M. P. (2012). An initial framework for the language of higher-order thinking mathematics practices. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 24(3), 257 – 281.

Staples, M. E., Bartlo, J., & Thanheiser, E. (2012). Justification as a teaching and learning practice: Its (potential) multifaceted role in middle grades mathematics classrooms. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 31, 447-462

Staples, M., & Truxaw, M. (2011, Fall). Using language objectives to support linguistically diverse students in mathematics classes. The Connecticut Mathematics Journal, 18-35.

Hodge, A., Gerberry, C., Moss, E., & Staples, M. (2010). Purposes and perceptions: What do university professors see as their role in the education of secondary mathematics teachers? PRIMUS 20(8), 646-663.

Staples, M. E., & Truxaw, M. (2010). The Mathematics Learning Discourse Project: Fostering written and verbal discourse in urban mathematics classrooms. Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, 3(1), 27-56.

Bochicchio, D., Cole, S., Ostien, D., Rodriguez, V., Staples, M., Susla, P., & Truxaw, M. (2009). Shared Language. Mathematics Teacher, 102(8), 606-613.

Staples, M. (2008). Promoting student collaboration in a detracked, heterogeneous secondary mathematics classroom. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 11(5), 349-371.

Boaler, J., & Staples, M. (2008). Creating mathematical futures through an equitable teaching approach: The case of Railside School. Teachers College Record, 110(3), 608-645.

Staples, M., & Colonis, M. (2007). Making the most of mathematical discussions. Mathematics Teacher, 101(4), 257-261.

Staples, M. (2007). Supporting whole-class collaborative inquiry in a secondary mathematics classroom. Cognition and Instruction, 25(2), 161-217.

Honors/Awards:

Betsy Carter Memorial Award for Mathematics Leadership, Connecticut Council of Leaders of Mathematics (CCLM), 2019

Robert A. Rosenbaum Award, Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut (ATOMIC), 2016

Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics for “Moving students to the ‘why?’” published in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 2015

James and Viola Quillen Fellowship, Stanford University, CA. 1999-2000

Joseph Klingenstein Summer Institute Fellowship, Teachers College, NY. 1995

Associations/Committees/Outreach:

President, AMTEC – Associated Mathematics Teacher Educators in Connecticut (2016 – present)

Member – NCTM Publishing Committee (2015-2017)

Member, NCTM – National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and ATOMIC – Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut

Board Member, CCLM – Connecticut Council of Leaders of Mathematics (2010-2014)

Member, AMTE – Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

Member, ATOMIC – Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut

Member, Tracking and Detracking, Special Interest Group – American Educational Research Association

Member, Research in Mathematics Education, Special Interest Group. American Educational Research Association

Member, Psychology of Mathematics Education, North American Chapter (PME-NA)

Media Connections:

Staples, M. (2016, January). Viewpoint: Girls’ math identity: Increasing participation by changing definitions. http://www.girlsmathidentity.org/v/increasing-participation-by-changing-definitions

Math Ed Podcast with Sam Otten – Episode 1202 – Justification as a teaching and learning practice: Its (potential) multifaceted role in middle grades mathematics classrooms

Vision For New Neag Math Academy: Content + Pedagogy = Leadership (UConn Today- Math Leadership Academy)

Making Math a Priority: The State’s Strides (Manchester Patch – Math Leadership Academy)

Neag Math Duo Decodes Language Barriers to Math Reasoning (UConn-Hartford Math ACCESS Project)

Neag Math Faculty Train Teachers to Help Kids Solve Verbal Math Problems (UConn-Hartford Math ACCESS Project)

Konica-Minolta SK-114 Staple Cartridge Type L Staple Refills 960411 MS-2C 4599-161 SK114 MS2C 960-411 4599161

Konica-Minolta SK-114 Staple Cartridge Type L Staple Refills 960411 MS-2C 4599-161 SK114 MS2C 960-411 4599161








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Konica-Minolta Type L Staple Refills (Konica-Minolta SK-114 Staples)

Part Number: SK-114, Type L Staple Refills, 960411, MS-2C, 4599-161, SK114, MS2C, 960-411, 4599161

4-pack of Type L staple refills.

2,000 staples per refill.

(4) refills per box.

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Inklings News | The Porch revives a Staples student staple

“When you walk in, I mean, if you’ve seen it before, I think it looks totally different,” Pecoriello said. “So again, we tried to keep what was charming about it. We hope people see that we kept the exact same feel to the place.”

With their lease beginning on Sept. 1, 2020, the Pecoriellos also came to The Porch ready to take on a post-COVID consumer market. Fittingly, they have emphasized their porch seating and added heat lamps to extend the time frame of outdoor seating.

This property just felt so right for what we wanted to do. People love it and have wonderful memories of it, and we wanted to restore it so that the next generation could have wonderful memories here.”

— Andrea Pecoriello

“I think that we thought about the porch now as kind of the restaurant of the future,” Pecoriello said. “We all see that we’re willing to eat outside in much more extreme weather conditions than I think we ever were.”

The Pecoriellos have also digitized their ordering and are entering the restaurant business with full expectations to be doing take-away and delivery, including curbside pickup, in addition to their in-person dining.

As a whole, the Pecoriellos hope to both give employment to disabled adults while also reviving the Westport mom-and-pop spirit. They believe that The Porch can fill the hole in Staples students’ hearts after the loss of Christie’s Country Store. One Staples student, Sophie Spheeris ’23, remembers fond memories of visiting Christie’s with her friends.

“It was a nice spot to meet up and mingle with other people who you’re not as close with. And they had pretty good food,” Spheeris said.

Like many of her peers, she is hoping for The Porch to be a place to get good food, grab a coffee or hang out with friends.

“I’m excited, just because it’s nice to have a food place so close to school. I miss Christie’s, and Chef’s Table was also pretty good, but yeah, I’m excited,” Spheeris said.

The Pecoriellos are ready to cater to the hungry tummies Staples students such as Spheeris, as well as the greater Westport and Fairfield County community.

“People love this property and have wonderful memories of it,” Pecoriello said, “and we wanted to restore it so that the next generation could have wonderful memories here.

 

His & Hers Summer Staples

As we settle into the second half of summer, we can officially say the heat is on. No matter where your plans take you during these slow and steamy months – barbeque, beach or boat – it’s important to look fashionable and sweat-free. Here we break down some styles to keep you looking haute in the humidity.

Photo: Burberry cerulean blue trunks and Marc by Marc Jacobs’s Mini Blurred Gingham Charlotte High Wasted Bikini

Make a Splash
While you can’t sport a bikini during the work week−unless you’re a lifeguard – it is the look de riguer on the weekends or if you’re on vacation. Flaunt the summer body you’ve been working on in a stylish swimsuit. For the ladies, Marc by Marc Jacobs’s Mini Blurred Gingham Charlotte High Wasted Bikini is a retro way to soak up some rays. For him, Burberry‘s cerulean blue trunks will make a splash.  Find them at Marc by Marc Jacobs, 3930 NE 2nd Ave, (305) 864-2626 and Burberrry, 112 NE 39th Street, (305) 423-0078. And if you’re bikin bod is not where you’d like it to be, it’s not too late to get in shape- head to DBC Fitness for a sleek physique. DBC Fitness, 3841 NE 2nd Ave, (786) 703 2280.

Photo: Christian Louboutin Cataclou and Nazapunta

Strut Your Stuff
Bringing a bottle of rosé as a hostess gift is just an important as bringing your shoe game to an inevitable invite to a pool party. Arrive in style wearing a pair of Christian Louboutin’s. Ladies, strap up the Cataclou’s platform wedge in blue denim, accented with twisted rope, red, white, blue and a few other hues accented with white studs. Gents, slip into the Nazapunta slip-on sneaker with red, white, blue print accented by a royal-blue spiked toe. Find them at Christian Louboutin, 161 NE 40th Street Miami, (305) 576-6820 and Christian Louboutin Mens, 180 NE 40th Street, Miami, (305) 548-8246.

Photo: Prada Bag

BYOB, Bring Your Own Bag
Plan ahead in case that pool party goes from day to night by bringing a change of clothes in a bag as fashionable as what’s inside. Pack them in a classic backpack from Prada. The technical fabric can withstand a little splashing (though we don’t recommended it) and the lightweight bags have ample storage room. Plus, they will allow you to be hands free to hold your mojito. For women, check out the royal blue, and for men, the navy. Find them at Prada, 180 NE 40th Street, (305) 438 2280

Photo: Burberry polo and ivory polka dot silk chiffon dress

Casual and Cool
If you’re heading to a bikini-free fiesta, you can still dress for the occasion while avoiding the heat. Ladies, Burberry’s ivory polka dot silk chiffon dress is light, airy and will keep you looking and feeling cool. Gents, a classic polo makes for the perfect attire and Burberry’s polo shirt with contrast tipping detail is the perfect fit.  Find them at Burberrry, 112 NE 39th Street, (305) 423-0078.

Bracket for wires KS-161-76

Bracket for wires KS-161-76 cast for fastening spring and sliding strings and contact wire of non-working branches and for hanging the saddle of the group grounding cable.
Weight, kg 0.48
Permissible load, kN P1 = 2.5
Item No. Part name Material Coating
1 Bracket St3kp2 Zinc chromated (Tskhr)

Product specifications:

Bracket for wires KS-161-76 for fastening spring and sliding strings and a contact wire of non-working branches and for hanging a saddle of a group grounding cable.Weight, kg 0.48
Permissible load, kN P1 = 2.5
Item No. Part name Material Coating
1 Bracket St3kp2 Zinc chromated (Tskhr)

Delivery times:

30 days

Place of delivery of goods:

Pickup

Order of delivery of goods:

Pickup

List of documents transferred with the goods:

CONTRACT

Completeness of goods:

Warranty and maintenance:

1 year

Requirements for the shelf life of goods:

1 year

Requirements for storage conditions:

3 year

Availability of a certificate of conformity for products:

Staples, Staples, Clamps, Buttons order online in Rostov-on-Don

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– by adding items to the cart using the “Add to cart” button, if you want to continue shopping, click “Continue shopping”, if all the products have already been selected, click the “Checkout” button “;
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How to remove the spring clips on the exhaust manifold of the Volkswagen Passat B3?

Removing the spring clips, VAG No. 161 253 111 , (VAG No. 161 298 115 O-ring kit) attaching the pipe to the exhaust manifold on the Volkswagen Passat B3 is very simple.You just need to put the car in the hole – if there are two heavier people – it’s good, if alone – you need to look for a garage with a basement (it will be clear why later). Operate the lift with care so that the machine does not sway.
Tools: a long (3 meters) and strong rope, a piece of pipe or reinforcement (meter and a half)
Procedure: from under the machine we pass a rope folded in half into a bracket, at the level of the ceiling of the basement (pit) a loop with a knot is made on the rope more reliable, a pipe is threaded into the loop – the tool is ready. If there are two people – they hang with their weight at the ends of the pipe, the bracket begins to spring. Pull the bracket down and out of the engagement with the flange. ALL! If alone – form a lever – rest one end of the pipe against the ceiling (overlap) of the garage basement, so that the rope as a result does not go straight down, but hang slightly away from the bracket (so that the bracket can disengage) at the other end to hang itself. Wiggle a little. Pull down and to the side – and you’re done. The book says that the staples are very tight, and that you need to make a wedge and drive it into the bracket.
There is an easier way. A hook is made from a piece of reinforcement, a rope is tied to it. We take a small iron stick (0.5-0.8 m long), tie it to the middle of the other end of the rope. We hook the clasped bracket with a hook, and, using this iron stick as a lever (resting it against the front axle beam), press with our hand and remove the bracket.
Instead of a rope and a hook, you can use a piece of steel wire with a diameter of 5-10 mm and a length of about 0. 5 m.
Machine: Passat B3, RP. In this case, the spring braces helped me a lot – the most common ones, which have one narrow foot on each side, left-right thread at the ends of the screw, in the middle of the turn-key edge by 14.The idea is to turn the legs over, insert the brackets from the inside, unclench it, remove / put on the manifold / pipe, and twist the brace again. If the brace does not fit in the extreme “twisted” position, the bracket can be slightly unclenched with two open-end wrenches, inserting them into the holes at the ends of the bracket. When removing, however, such problems should not arise.
The right bracket, which is visible from the engine compartment, can be removed / installed according to this recipe in 15 minutes without climbing under the car. For the left one, you can pick up a tie of such a design, where the left / right thread is cut in the legs themselves, and the bolt is one-piece long, which must be rotated not by the middle, but by the end (I saw such), and rotated from below.

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