New publication in Mathematical Thinking and Learning
The paper is titled “Integrating math and science content through covariational reasoning: the case of gravity”
Posted in: Faculty and Student Research, Publications, Students and Alumni
The image above represents the Gravity Force Lab simulation from the PhET Interactive Simulations, University of Colorado Boulder
Congratulations to doctoral student Erell Germia and her advisor Dr. Nicole Panorkou who recently published the paper in the top-tier journal of mathematics education Mathematical Thinking and Learning! In this paper, they discuss how they engaged sixth-grade students in exploring the reciprocal relationship between math and science. This instructional design can be used to develop other STEM modules that integrate scientific phenomena with covariational reasoning through technology.