Selected Published Papers"Pattern Building and Modeling in Beginning Algebra" New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, November, 2014, 64(3), 124-129. “Capitalizing on Basic Brain Processes in Developmental Algebra – Part One,” “Capitalizingon Basic Brain Processes in Developmental Algebra – Part Two,” “Capitalizingon Basic Brain Processes in Developmental Algebra – Part Three,” TheNeuroscience of Connections Visualizations & Generalizations in Knights,
C. & Oldknow, A., eds. "GeneralizingPatterns in Algebra for Long-Term Memory Understanding" ( California
Math Council,
PREPRINT "DynamicVisualizations in Teaching Algebra" | Just for Algebra StudentsNeuroscience Excerpts fromLaughbaum, E. D. (2013), Foundations for College Mathematics, 3e, Red Bank PublishingSelected Presentations^{th}
Annual Mathematics Conference. (2013)“Unlockthe Algebraic Mind through Patterns & Visuals,” Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching. (2013) “OrderIs Significant-Teaching Pencil and Paper Developmental Algebra belong AFTERTeaching with Technology,” (PowerPoint of Talk) International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. (2013) "Core Brain Functionas Applied to Pedagogy and Curriculum," Bowling Green SU Mathematics Education Faculty Seminar (2013) See samples in AMS talk from 2012. “PatternBuilding in Algebra,” T University of
Akron AMS Sectional Meeting -- “Thirty-five% (35%) of Ohio's Matriculating Seniors must be remediated!,” (PowerPoint) OCTM 62 “Technologywithout neuroscience is like food without nutrition,” T “TeachSenior Remedial Algebra II through a Function Approach with the TI-84,” T “TheGraphing Calculator is a Teaching Tool, Not a Confirming Pencil & PaperMath Tool,” International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. (2008) “ThreeCompelling Reasons for Using a Graphing Calculator,” California Math
Council-South 49 “Teaching Developmental Algebra Isn’tBrain Science. Wait… Yes It Is.,” 33 Keynote
Address "Teaching andLearning Algebra based on Neuroscience/Cognitive Science Research" 8th
International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, Hradec Kralove,
Czech Republic. (2007) | “Beliefs for the Algebra Curriculum & Pedagogy” provides evidence for
changing four beliefs we have for algebra education. The beliefs are explain/example,
practice, supplements, and the algebra curricular approach. Using Core Brain Function to Teach Algebra
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