Gurkan Kose 
2021 
Secondary Teachers’ Noticing of Students’ Mathematical Thinking as They Participate in a Professional Development Program Centered on TaskBased Student Interviews 
Director of Curriculum And Instruction at iLearn Schools, New York 
Ceire H. Monahan 
2021 
Fostering Mathematical Creativity Among Middle School Mathematics Teachers 
Mathematics Educational Consultant, North Carolina State University 
Jessica Tybursky Nuzzi 
2021 
Transitioning Secondary Mathematics Pedagogy Towards ReformOriented Practice Through Coteaching 
High School Mathematics Teacher, West Orange High School, NJ 
Megan Roeder 
2020 
A Community of Learning in an Elementary School Mathematics Classroom 
Middle School Intervention Teacher, Park Forest Middle School, PA 
Madhavi Vishnubhotla 
2020 
The Role of Covariational Reasoning in PreService Teachers’ Meanings for Quadratic and Exponential Relationships 
Postdoctoral research associate, Department of Mathematics, Virginia Tech University 
Victoria Bonaccorso 
2020 
Video Case Materials and the Development of Collective Professional Knowledge 
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Mathematics, Montclair State University;
Professional Development Consultant, Staff Development Workshops 
Debasmita Basu 
2019 
Developing Students’ Critical Consciousness about the Greenhouse Effect through Covariational Reasoning in Dynamic Mathematical Modeling Activities 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning, The New School 
Jacqueline Dauplaise 
2019 
One Teacher’s Transformation of Practice through the Development of Covariational Thinking and Reasoning in Algebra: A SelfStudy 
Teacher in Palm Beach Public Schools 
Douglas Platt 
2019 
PreService Teachers’ Engagement in a Discourse about Integers from a Sfardian Perspective 
Adjunct Professor, Ocean County College, NJ 
Zareen Rahman 
2018 
Adjunct Instructor’s Opportunities for Learning Through Engagement with a ResearchBased Mathematics Curriculum 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, James Madison University 
Mary L. Dalton 
2017 
Characterizing the “Realisticness” of Word Problems in Secondary Mathematics Textbooks 
Teacher at Austin Pea State University 
Peggy Flood 
2017 
Adult Learners, Learning Disabilities, and Mathematics: A Case Study 
Adjunct Instructor of Mathematics, Mitchell College 
Rabab AbiHanna 
2016 
How do Manipulatives Help Students Communicate Their Understanding of DoubleDigit Subtraction? 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education and Graduate Program CoCoordinator, at CUNY Lehman College 
Eliza Leszczynski 
2014 
Study of Middle School Mathematics and Science Teachers’ Practices, Perceptions, and Attitudes Related to Mathematics and Science Integration 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, Felician University 
Mark Russo 
2014 
Quantitative literacy and high school mathematics: The evolution of a collaboratively constructed course and its impact on students’ attitudes and numeracy 
District Supervisor, Pascack Valley 
Richard McNamee 
2013 
Teaching Social Justice Mathematics in a Privileged Setting 
Mathematics teacher, Ridgewood HS 
Patricia Garruto 
2012 
American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (AMATYC) Reform Policies in Practice: Implementing Standards in Classroom Instruction For Basic Skills Mathematics at One FourYear College in New Jersey 
Caldwell College, Mathematics Department Chair 
Jodie Ann Miller 
2012 
Serving two Masters: A Study of Quantitative Requirements at Small Colleges and Universities 

Marius Petric 
2011 
Reform in Mathematical Education: “What do We Teach For and Against?” 
District Supervisor, Jefferson Township 
Kristie Lynn Prokop 
2011 
The Relationship Between Studying Music and Mathematics Performance on the New Jersey High School Proficiency Assessment 
Mathematics teacher, Morris Mendham SD 
Banmali Banerjee 
2010 
The Effects of Using Diagramming as a Representational Technique on High School Students’ Achievement in Solving Math Word Problems 
Teaching Instructor of Mathematics, Rutgers University 
Joy Brokes 
2010 
The Effect of Using a Problem/Project Based, Document Driven Unit of Instruction on High School Students’ Achievement in the Data Analysis Cluster of the HSPA and on their attitude towards Mathematics. 
Retired 
Sarah Quebec Fuentes 
2009 
The Evolution of One Teacher’s Interactions with Students Working in Small Groups to Improve their Communication, SelfRegulating, and ProblemSolving Skills 
Associate Professor, Mathematics Education, Texas Christian University 
Laura Ann Clinton Sullivan 
2008 
A Study of Students’ Perceptions About Their Attitude Toward Mathematics (ATM), Achievement in Mathematics (AIM), Factors that Influence ATM, and Suggestions to Improve ATM in a “Better Than Average” District 
Mathematics teacher, Closter SD 
Arpi Lajinian 
2008 
The Effect of Visually Enhanced Instructional Unit on High School Calculus Students’ Visualization Ability and their Understanding of the Limit Concept. 
Mathematics teacher, Northern Valley Regional HS 
JaniceLynn Shuhan 
2006 
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Secondary Math Class Activities: The Influence of Multiple Intelligences Inspired Tasks on Student Learning of Geometry Concepts 
Mathematics Teacher, Dean of Students in Belleville SD 
Michelle Elizabeth Sarver 
2006 
Metacognition and Mathematical Problem Solving: Case Studies of Six Seventh Grade Students 
Mathematics teacher at Northvale SD, adjunct at Montclair State University 
Nadia Stoyanova Kennedy 
2005 
Assistant professor of mathematics education, SUNY Stony Brook 
Associate Professor of Mathematics Education, New York City College of Technology 
Ray Siegrist 
2005 
A Mathematical Community of Inquiry in the High School Setting. 
Associate professor of mathematics education, SUNY Oneonta 
Diane Carluccio 
2005 
The Use Of The Graphing Calculator To Support The Learning Of The Function Concept By Students With Learning Disabilities In A Mathematics Classroom. 
Retired teacher, researcher for math education center at Stevens 
Martha Baklarz Croley 
2003 
Factors that Produce and Reduce Mathematics Anxiety as Perceived by Seventh Grade Females : A Qualitative Study 
Supervisor of Secondary Education, Kinnelon 
Deborah L. Ives 
2003 
The Development of Seventh Graders’ Conceptual Understanding of Geometry and Spatial Visualization Abilities Using Mathematical Representations with Dynamic Models. 
Retired 