Mathematics Education Research Group
Mathematics Education Research seminar meets Wednesdays 11-12 in Carnegie 103, unless stated otherwise. It is organized by Joanna Masingila.
Research group calendars can be found at http://math-internal.syr.edu/.
- Meaningfulness in representational fluency (Nicole L.Fonger)
- Professional learning through teacher-researcher collaborations (Jennifer M. Mayer, Mary Ann Huntley, Nicole L. Fonger, Maria S. Terrell)
- How do teachers develop and enact a disciplinary view of literacy in mathematics (Codruta Temple, Helen M. Doerr)
- Instructional supports for representational fluency in solving linear equations with computer algebra systems and paper-and-pencil (Nicole L. Fonger, Jon D. Davis, Mary Lou Rohwer)
- Implementing a framework for early algebra (Maria Blanton, Bárbaras M. Brizuela, Ana Stephens, Eric Knuth, Isil Isler, Angela Murphy Gardiner, Rena Stroud, Nicole L. Fonger, Despina Stylianou)
- Mathematical knowledge for teaching teachers: knowledge used and developed by mathematics teacher educators in learning to teach via problem solving (Joanna O. Masingila, Dana Olanoff, Patrick M. Kimani)
- Students’ interpretations and reasoning about phenomena with negative rates of change throughout a model development sequence (Jonas B. Ärlebäck, Helen M. Doerr)
- Examining interactions between problem posing and problem solving with prospective primary teachers (Jinxia Xie, Joanna O. Masingila)
- The role of probability in developing learners' models of simulation approaches to inference (Hollylynne S. Lee, Helen M. Doerr, Dung Tran, Jennifer N. Lovett)
- Preserving pelicans with models that make sense (Tamara J. Moore, Helen M. Doerr, Aran W. Glancy, Forster D. Ntow)