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Mathematics education, representation of mathematical ideas, role of language in the learning and teaching of mathematics.

Gilbert Cuevas is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics at Texas State University. He is also Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Education from the University of Miami. Dr. Cuevas’ research focuses on the mathematics education of teachers, instructional strategies for English Language Learners, and the use of mathematical representations. He has published in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education and other journals such as the Mathematics Teacher and Teaching Children Mathematics. His most recent works include algebra and precalculus textbooks as well as Navigating Through Algebra in Grades 35, published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and Integrating Mathematics and Literacy in Secondary Education (cowritten with his wife). Dr. Cuevas has given scholarly presentations at regional, national and international conferences on topics of student assessment, language and equity in mathematics education. He has collaborated on research and teacher development projects with colleagues in Australia, Mexico and Central America. In 1990, he received an award from the Mathematical Sciences Education Board of the National Research Council for his contribution to efforts to increase the participation of minority students in mathematics education.
Selected Publications:
 Cuevas, P., & Cuevas, G. (in press). Integrating literacy in secondary school mathematics. Christopher Gordon Publishers.
 Carter, J.; Cuevas, G.; Casey, R.; Day, R.; Harris, B.; Hayek, L.; Holliday, B.; & Marks, D. (2007) Texas Algebra 1. Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGrawHill.
 Carter, J.; Cuevas, G.; Casey, R.; Day, R.; Harris, B.; Hayek, L.; Holliday, B.; & Marks, D. (2007) Texas Algebra 2. Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGrawHill.
 Cuevas, G. (2005). Teaching Mathematics to English Language Learners: Perspectives for effective instruction. In A. Macias (Ed.), Working with English Language Learners: Perspectives and Practice. Dubuque, IA: Kendal Hunt Publishing Company.
 Carter, J.; Cuevas, G.; Casey, R.; Day, R.; Harris, B.; Hayek, L.; Holliday, B.; & Marks, D. (2003) Algebra 1. Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGrawHill.
 Carter, J.; Cuevas, G.; Casey, R.; Day, R.; Harris, B.; Hayek, L.; Holliday, B.; & Marks, D. (2003) Algebra 2. Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGrawHill.
 Cuevas, G., & Yeatts, Karol (2001). Navigating Through Algebra in Grades 35. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
 Holliday, B.; Cuevas, G.; McClure, M.S.; Carter, J., and Marks, D. (2001). Advanced Mathematical Concepts: Precalculus with Applications. Columbus, OH: Glencoe/McGrawHill.
 Cuevas, G. (1999). Faculty development: Making connections in a restructured teacher education program. In V. Rentel, & A. Dittmer (Eds.), Themes and issues in faculty development. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 105116.
 Cuevas, G. (1998). The role of complex mathematical tasks in teacher education. In Mathematical Sciences Education Board (Ed.), High school Mathematics at work, Washington, DC: National Research Council.
 Cuevas, G. (1997). The role of mathematical tasks in teacher education. In L. Steen (Ed.) Shaping Up. Washington, DC: The National Academy Press, 7584.
 Foster, A., Winters, L., Gordon, B., Cuevas, G., Roth, J., Collins, B., & MooreHarris, B. (1997). Algebra I. Columbus, OH: GLENCOE.
 Foster, A., Winters, L, Gordon, B., Cuevas, G., Roth, J., Collins, B., & MooreHarris, B. (1997). Algebra II. Columbus, OH: GLENCOE.
 Cuevas, G. (1995). Empowering all students to learn mathematics. Dr. Iris Carl (Ed.), Seventyfive Years of Progress: Prospects for School Mathematics. Reston, VA: NCTM.