@inproceedings{mojica_thrasher_lee_kuhlman_graham_2023, title={Engagement in the InSTEP professional learning platform: Developing expertise to teach data and statistics}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 40th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education}, author={Mojica, G.F. and Thrasher, E.P. and Lee, H.S. and Kuhlman, A. and Graham, B.}, year={2023} }
@misc{invigorating statistics and data science teaching through professional learning (instep)_2023, url={https://instepwithdata.org/public/}, journal={Friday Institute at NC State University}, year={2023}, month={Mar} }
@article{lee_mojica_thrasher_2022, title={Digging into data: Illustrating an investigative process}, url={https://www.statisticsteacher.org/2022/03/23/diggingdata/}, note={Statistics Teacher (online serial).}, journal={Statistics Teacher}, author={Lee, H.S. and Mojica, G.M. and Thrasher, E.}, year={2022}, month={Mar} }
@article{lee_mojica_thrasher_baumgartner_2022, title={INVESTIGATING DATA LIKE A DATA SCIENTIST: KEY PRACTICES AND PROCESSES}, volume={21}, ISSN={1570-1824}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.52041/serj.v21i2.41}, DOI={10.52041/serj.v21i2.41}, abstractNote={With a call for schools to infuse data across the curriculum, many are creating curricula and examining students’ thinking in data-intensive problems. As the discipline of statistics education broadens to data science education, there is a need to examine how practices in data science can inform work in K-12. We synthesize literature about statistics investigation processes, data science as a field and practices of data scientists. Further, we provide results from an ethnographic and interview study of the work of data scientists. Together, these inform a new framework to support data investigation processes. We explicate the practices and dispositions needed and offer a glimpse of how the framework can be used to move the discipline of data science education forward. }, number={2}, journal={STATISTICS EDUCATION RESEARCH JOURNAL}, publisher={International Association for Statistical Education}, author={Lee, Hollylynne and Mojica, Gemma and Thrasher, Emily and Baumgartner, Peter}, year={2022}, month={Jul}, pages={3} }
@article{thrasher_perry_2015, title={High-Leverage Apps for the Mathematics Classroom: WolframAlpha}, volume={109}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.5951/mathteacher.109.1.0066}, DOI={10.5951/mathteacher.109.1.0066}, abstractNote={Today's students have grown up with digital technology, a fact that has fundamentally changed the way they think and process information (Prensky 2001). To reach our students, we need to accommodate this change and learn to use technology in mathematically powerful ways. The Internet gives students access to vast amounts of data. As teachers, we share in the responsibility to help our students learn to make sense of this information. One resource for teachers is WolframAlpha®, a computational knowledge engine that provides computed answers to queries. This article aims to describe how WolframAlpha can be used to support classroom practice and students' technological literacy.}, number={1}, journal={The Mathematics Teacher}, publisher={National Council of Teachers of Mathematics}, author={Thrasher, Emily P. and Perry, Ayanna D.}, year={2015}, month={Aug}, pages={66–70} }
@inbook{thrasher_lovett_starling_doerr_lee_2015, place={East Lansing, MI}, title={Influence of a graduate course on teachers’ self-efficacy to teach statistics}, booktitle={Proceedings of the Thirty-seventh annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education}, publisher={Michigan State University}, author={Thrasher, E. and Lovett, J.N. and Starling, T. and Doerr, H.M. and Lee, H.S.}, editor={Bartell, T.G. and Bieda, K.N. and Putnam, R.T. and Bradfield, K. and Dominguez, H.Editors}, year={2015}, pages={447–454} }
@inproceedings{the influence of a graduate course on teachers' self-efficacy to teach statistics_2015, url={https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED584249}, booktitle={North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education}, year={2015}, month={Nov} }
@article{perry_thrasher_lee_2014, title={High-Leverage iPad Apps for the Mathematics Classroom}, volume={107}, ISSN={0025-5769}, url={http://dx.doi.org/10.5951/mathteacher.107.9.0706}, DOI={10.5951/mathteacher.107.9.0706}, abstractNote={The use of iPads® in the classroom is growing. In the 2013–14 school year, 57 percent of schools planned to invest in iPads (Netop 2013). This investment can benefit mathematics classrooms only if teachers know which apps they can use to help students develop deeper mathematical understanding. Although learning about and developing facility with various apps is valuable for mathematics teachers, the process can be difficult, overwhelming, and time-consuming. To get started, we recommend one app, Dropbox, that can be used to share materials within the classroom setting, and then we suggest three free, easy-to-use mathematics apps: Sketchpad Explorer, Data Analysis, and MathGraph (see the table on p. 711).}, number={9}, journal={The Mathematics Teacher}, publisher={National Council of Teachers of Mathematics}, author={Perry, Ayanna D. and Thrasher, Emily P. and Lee, Hollylynne S.}, year={2014}, pages={706} }
@inbook{thrasher_keene_2014, place={Vancouver, CA}, title={Perspective mathematics teachers’ perceptions of mathematical models}, volume={6}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education and the 36th Conference of the North American Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education}, publisher={University of British Columbia}, author={Thrasher, E. and Keene, K.}, editor={Oesterle, S. and Nicol, C. and Liljedahl, P. and Allan, D.Editors}, year={2014}, pages={249} }
@inproceedings{okumuş_thrasher_2014, place={Vancouver, CA}, title={Prospective Secondary Mathematics Teachers' Construction of Box Plots and Distributional Reasoning with Three Construction Tools}, volume={4}, url={https://eric.ed.gov/?id=ED599967}, booktitle={Joint Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) (38th) and the North American Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME-NA)}, publisher={University of British Columbia}, author={Okumuş, S. and Thrasher, E.}, editor={Oesterle, S. and Nicol, C. and Liljedahl, P. and Allan, D.Editors}, year={2014}, month={Jul}, pages={369–376 ,} }
@inbook{okumuş_thrasher_2014, place={Vancouver, CA}, title={Prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ construction of box plots and distributional reasoning with three construction tools}, volume={4}, booktitle={Proceedings of the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education and the 36th Conference of the North American Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education}, publisher={University of British Columbia}, author={Okumuş, S. and Thrasher, E.}, editor={Oesterle, S. and Nicol, C. and Liljedahl, P. and Allan, D.Editors}, year={2014}, pages={369–376} }