The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Journal Article by Cathryn Manduca and Sarah Titus4 August 2009
Journal Article by Nathan Grawe and Carol Rutz9 July 2009
Nathan Grawe and Carol Rutz, “Integrating Quantitative Reasoning Initiatives with Writing Programs: A Strategy for Effective Program Development,” Numeracy, Vol. 2.2 (July 2009).
Proceedings Article by Sarah Deel, Susan Singer and Debbie Walser-Kuntz30 June 2009
Deel, S., S. Singer, and D. Walser-Kuntz. (2009) Human single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) Determination. Pages 65-94, in Tested Studies for Laboratory Teaching, Volume 31 (K. Clase, Editor). Proceedings of the 31st Workshop/Conference of the Association for Biology Laboratory Education (ABLE).
Journal Article by Cathryn Manduca, Sam Patterson and Mary Savina5 January 2009
Wenner, Jennifer; Cathryn A. Manduca; Eric Baer; Greg Hancock; R. Heather Macdonald; Sam Patterson; and Mary Savina (2009) “The Case for Infusing Quantitative Literacy into Introductory Geoscience Courses,” Numeracy: Vol. 2: Iss. 1, Article 4.
Proceedings Article by Neil Lutsky1 November 2008
Neil Lutsky, “Arguing with Numbers: A Rationale and Suggestions for Teaching Quantitative Reasoning through Argument and Writing,” in Calculation vs. Context: Quantitative Literacy and Its Implications for Teacher Education, Madison and Steen eds., Mathematical Association of America, 2008.
Book Edited by Carol Rutz and Mary Savina31 October 2008
Carol Rutz and Mary Savina (eds.). Building Intellectual Community Through Collaboration. Northfield, MN: College City Press, 2007.
Journal Article by Amy Csizmar-Dalal31 October 2008
A. Csizmar Dalal. “Digital Storytelling as a Gateway to Computer Science“. In Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology 4(2), Fall 2008.
Book Review by Neil Lutsky31 October 2008
Neil Lutsky, “Review of The Chicago Guide to Writing about Numbers by Jane E. Miller,” Numeracy, January 2009.
Journal Article by Cathryn Manduca, Sam Patterson and Mary Savina15 April 2008
Article by Annette Nierobisz1 January 2008
Annette Nierobisz. 2008. “The Myths of Crime, Course Assignments.” In the American Sociological Association’s Teaching Criminology: A Collection of Syllabi, Assignments, and Other Resources and Issues. Edited by Tim Brezina.