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Category: Publications

STEM Reasoning Development leads to Communication and Use of Representations

Doctoral Student and Faculty Publish Paper

Instructional Perseverance in Early-Childhood Classrooms: Supporting Children’s Development of STEM Reasoning in a Social Justice Context

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Most-downloaded Paper Award

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Student and Faculty Publish Paper on Modeling Effective Curriculum

Akuom and Greenstein after their presentation at the pmena conference

Presentation at the Psychology of Mathematics Education International Conference

Conceptualizing Instructional Perseverance in Early-Childhood Mathematics Settings researchers

Doc Student Presents at Conference about Early-Childhood Mathematics Instruction

S3D: Fostering and Improving Small-Group, Student-to-Student Discourse

MSU Graduate Publishes Book

Congratulations to Sarah Quebec Fuentes (EdD ’09) on her recent book publication.

A Drawn2Math Task and Feedback

Paper published about digital sketching application

Teaching and Learning of Fluid Mechanics - Volume II

Edited Book Published

Gravity Force Lab simulation

New publication in Mathematical Thinking and Learning

The paper is titled “Integrating math and science content through covariational reasoning: the case of gravity”

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Published Paper in Applied Mathematics and Computation

Modeling a Pan's Flute

The Mathematics Behind a Pan’s Flute

Former undergraduate mathematics student Sajan Ramanathan, now at Yale University, along with professor Bogdan Nita, recently published a discussion in the journal Fluids.

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Teaching for Social Justice through Critical Mathematical Inquiry

Associate Professor Steven Greenstein and Adjunct Professor / Doctoral program graduate Mark Russo recently co-edited a special issue of the Occasional Paper Series