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(This post is inspired by the MathOverflow Meta question "Best of MathOverflow, or papers inspired by MathOverflow.")

What publications have mentioned Mathematics Educators Stack Exchange?

This includes the more specific question:

What questions or answers in Mathematics Educators Stack Exchange led to a publication?

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I have published twice on MESE-related posts. One was a textbook chapter about MESE 29:

The "water triangle" proportional reasoning task

The publication is:

Dickman, B. (2018). Creativity in Question and Answer Digital Spaces for Mathematics Education: A Case Study of the Water Triangle for Proportional Reasoning. In Creativity and Technology in Mathematics Education (pp. 233-248). Springer. Link (no pay wall).

The other publication corresponds to MESE 907:

Good problems that uncover difficult points in a theory

(For which I had written an earlier, related answer on MathOverflow: MO 60457.)

The publication is:

Dickman, B. (2017). Enriching divisibility: multiple proofs and generalizations. The Mathematics Teacher, 110(6), 416-423. Link (no pay wall).

As I understand matters from a pre-print excerpt, this latter publication will make a noteworthy cameo in a chapter from Joel David Hamkins' forthcoming book, which is mentioned here as Proof and the art of mathematical reasoning.

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    $\begingroup$ Thanks for posting this as an answer as I requested. $\endgroup$ – Joel Reyes Noche Jan 22 '19 at 2:48
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In the Mathematics Educators Meta question "Mathematics Educators Stack Exchange featured in the Math Forum's newsletter," Jon Ericson mentions an item mentioning MESE's reaching public beta in March 2014.

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