Recent Publications & PresentationsBy mst • Nov 24th, 2010 • Category: Publications & Presentations
Baird, J. (2010). “Comic Projects in the Classroom: Using Interactive Sequential Art to Enhance Education.” Workshop and presentation given at the University of Texas Charter School 2nd Annual Teach and Share, Austin, TX.
Baird, J. (2011). “Interactive Comics: Techniques to Enhance Math Education.” Presentation given at SXSW Interactive 2011, Austin, TX.
Chiou, G.-L. & Anderson, O. R. (2010). A study of undergraduate physics students’ understanding of heat conduction based on mental model theory and an ontology–process analysis. Science Education, 94: 825–854. doi: 10.1002/sce.20385
Cho, H. (2010). Teaching Discrete Mathematics with Round-Robin Tournament and its Multiple Approaches of the Problem. The New York State Mathematics Teachers’ Journal. Manuscript submitted for publication on April 2011.
Cho, H. (2010). The Analysis on the Length and Content Changes on Secondary
Mathematics Textbooks in North Korea. Journal of Mathematics Education
at Teachers College, 1(2).
Cocciolo, A. (2010). Alleviating physical space constraints using virtual space? A study from an urban academic library. Library Hi Tech, 28(4).
Cocciolo, A. (2010). Constructionist Learning in Digital Archives Education: Student Perceptions of Effectiveness. Proceedings of 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, Oct. 2010, Pittsburgh, PA.
DePeau, E. A., & Kalder, R. S. (2010). Using dynamic technology to present concepts through multiple representations. Mathematics Teacher Magazine, 104, 268 – 273.
Fallon, D. & Luck, G. (2010, September). Exploring the ABCs of parabolas. Mathematics Teacher Magazine, 104, 148-151.
Foote, M.Q., Brantlinger, A., Haydar, H.N., Smith, B. & Lidia González,L.(2010). Are We Supporting Teacher Success: Insights from an Alternative Route Mathematics Teacher Certification Program for Urban Public Schools.” Education and Urban Society. Vol X :1-30.
Gould, H. (2010). Mathcast: Podcasting for effective mathematics teaching. MathAMATYC Educator, 2(1), 48-49.
Haydar, H. N. (2010) Caught at the Policies Crossroad: Beginning Mathematics Teachers and Educational Policies in New York City. in Tchibozo, G., ed. (2010) Proceedings of the 2nd Paris International Conference on Education, Economy and Society, Vol. 1 (refereed papers), Strasbourg (France): Analytrics.
Haydar, H. N. & Zolkower, B.A. (2010). Making the Study of Non-Routine Problem Solving a Mathematics Classroom Routine: A Lesson Study Group for Beginning Secondary School Teachers.” International Journal for Studies in Mathematics Education, 2(1), 24-57.
Jafri, J. & Lyon, G. (2010). Project Exploration’s Sisters4Science: Involving Urban Girls of Color in Science Out of School. Afterschool Matters, 11, 15-23.
Lin, X. & Bransford, J. D. (2010). Personal Background Knowledge Influences Cross-Cultural Understanding. Teachers College Record, 112(7), 1729-1757. http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15572.
Mentor, D. (2010). Review of the book Students’ Experiences of e-Learning in Higher Education: The Ecology of Sustainable Innovation by Robert Ellis and Peter Goodyear. Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 21, 2010. http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16159
Mentor, D., Ahmad, N. (2010). Teaching America’s First Course on Mobile Phone Learning. Educause Quarterly, 33(3). http://www.educause.edu/library/EQM10310
Sosulski, K. & Vai, M. (2010). Essentials of online course design: A standards based guide. New York: Routledge.
Vasudevan, L. (2011). An Invitation to Unknowing.
Teachers College Record, 113(10), 2-3. http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16136
Wasserman, N., & Ham, E. (2010). “A question of ‘When?’ for beginning mathematics teachers.” AMTNYS Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, New York. 13 November 2010.
Wasserman, N. (2010). “Partition and iteration in Algebraic thinking: Intuition with linearity.” AMTNYS Annual Conference, Saratoga Springs, New York. 12 November 2010.