- National Science Teachers Association
- National Council of Teachers of Math
- Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- (CAMT) Conference for Advancement of Mathematics Teaching
- Science Teachers Association of Texas
- International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics

Misconnections are concepts in both subject areas that exemplify misconceptions, contradictions, or common errors. For example "soil" in science is used in a loose way to mean the homogeneous composition of clay, silt, and sand, whereas in mathematics "soil" is an exact fractional model of these parts represented distinctly.

Use the links below to see an example of how two teachers, Mr. Jake Hammons and Ms. Darla Michaelidis, go about identifying misconnections for a correlated lesson. These videos are facilitated by Dr. Selina Vasquez-Mireles, a math faculty member of Texas State University.

Brainstorming 5 Possible Misconnections |

Classroom Presentation 3 A right rhombus? |

Reflection 6 Misconnection? |

Last Updated 9-29-2011