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Mathematical modeling in a problem-based setting
Nguyen, G.-N. T., & Tran, D. (2014). Mathematical modeling in a problem-based setting. Mathematics in Michigan, 47(2), 22-26.
Diversity and inquiry in K-12 physical science teaching
Davis, S. B., Thompson, C. J., & Nguyen, G.-N. (2014). Diversity and inquiry in K-12 physical science teaching: Defying the female Hispanic “Stereotype Threat”. Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, 14, 45-61.
Student understanding of function concepts in K-16
Nguyen, G.-N. T., & Tran, D. (2014). Student understanding of function concepts in K-16: Consistency and misconceptions. Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Pensacola, Florida.
A case study of students’ motivation in college algebra courses
Nguyen, G.-N. T. (2014). A case study of students’ motivation in college algebra courses. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 39(8), 693-707. doi:10.1080/10668926.2013.824394
Meeting between association and function
Tran, D., & Nguyen, G.-N. (2014). Meeting between association and function: Bringing data to the theoretical model. Dimensions in Mathematics, 34(1), 5-8.
Diagnosing student motivation to learn mathematics
Nguyen, G.-N. T. (2012). Diagnosing student motivation to learn mathematics: A form of teacher knowledge. The Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education : Intellectual and Attitudinal Challenges, 5793-5802.
CARI
DiLoreto, M. A., Nguyen, G.-N., & Stout, D. L. (2015). CARI: A model of assessment for educator preparation programs. Journal of Psychology Research, 5(4), 238-248. doi:10.17265/2159-5542/2015.04.003
An early field experience to teach mathematics for elementary pre-service teachers
Nguyen, G.-N., & Otto Goethe, B. (2015). An early field experience to teach mathematics for elementary pre-service teachers: Online and face-to-face. Japan-U.S. Teacher Education Consortium 27th Annual JUSTEC Conference, Pensacola, Florida.
Piecewise function
Nguyen, G.-N. (2014). Piecewise function: It’s about its domain and range. Dimensions in Mathematics, 34(2), 32-36.
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