Powell, A. B., & Lai, F.-Y. F. (in press). Understanding students' inscriptions, mathematical ideas, and reasoning: Problem solving in the online environment of VMT Chat. In G. Stahl (Ed.), Studying virtual math teams. New York: Springer.
Matos, J. F., Powell, A. B., & Stzajn, P. (2009). Mathematics teachers' professional development: Processes of learning in and from practice. In D. L. Ball & R. Even (Eds.), The professional education and development of teachers of mathematics: The 15th ICMI study (pp. 167-183). New York: Springer.
Mukhopadhyay, S., Powell, A. B., & Frankenstein, M. (2009). An ethnomathematical perspective on culturally responsive mathematics education. In B. Greer, S. Mukhopadhyay, S. Nelson-Barber & A. B. Powell (Eds.), Culturally responsive mathematics education (pp. 65-84). New York: Routledge.
Powell, A. B., Borge, I. C., Floriti, G. I., Kondratieva, M., Koublanova, E., & Sukthankar, N. (2009). Challenging tasks and mathematics learning. In E. J. Barbeau & P. J. Taylor (Eds.), Challenging mathematics in and beyond the classroom: The 16th ICMI study. New York: Springer.
Powell, A. B., & Frankenstein, M. (2006). Respecting intellectual diversity: An ethnomathematical perspective. In F. A. Rosamond & L. Copes (Eds.), Educational transformation: A tribute to Steve Brown (pp. 161-190). Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse.
Powell, A. B. (1995). Forcing awareness of mathematics: Self, mind, and content in dialogue. In Z. Davis (Ed.), Exploring mathematics and teacher education (pp. 78-81). Cape Town: Mathematics Education Project, University of Cape Town.
Frankenstein, M., & Powell, A. B. (1994). Toward liberatory mathematics: Paulo Freire's epistemology and ethnomathematics. In P. McLaren & C. Lankshear (Eds.), The politics of liberation: Paths from Freire (pp. 74-99). London: Routledge.
Driscoll, M., & Powell, A. B. (1992). Communicating in mathematics. In C. Hedley, D. Feldman & P. Antonacci (Eds.), Literacy across the curriculum (pp. 247-265). Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
Frankenstein, M., & Powell, A. B. (1992). Empowering non-traditional college students: On social ideology and mathematics education. In B. Johnston (Ed.), Reclaiming mathematics (pp. 188-195). Canberra, Australia: Department of Employment, Education & Training.
Powell, A. B., & Ramnauth, M. (1992). Multiple-entry logs: A writing tool for responding to, discussing, and learning mathematics. In P. A. Malinowski & S. D. Huard (Eds.), Perspectives on practice in developmental education (pp. 46-49). New York: New York College Learning Skills Association.
Hoffman, M. R., & Powell, A. B. (1991). Circle expressions and equations: Multivalent pedagogical tools. In D. Pimm & E. Love (Eds.), Teaching and learning school mathematics (pp. 91-96). London: Hodder & Stoughton.
Powell, A. B., & López, J. A. (1989). Writing as a vehicle to learn mathematics: A case study. In P. Connolly & T. Vilardi (Eds.), The role of writing in learning mathematics and science (pp. 157-177). New York: Teachers College.
Powell, A. B. (1985/1986). Working with 'underprepared' mathematics students. In M. Driscoll & J. Confrey (Eds.), Teaching mathematics: Strategies that work (2nd ed., pp. 181-192). Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.