Readings for the 2004 Comprehensive Doctoral Exam


Centra. J. A.  (2003).  Will teachers receive higher student evaluations by giving higher grades and less course work?  Research in Higher Education, 44(5), 495-518.


Confrey, J. (1990). What constructivism implies for teaching. In R. Davis, D.
Maher, & N. Noddings (Eds.), Constructivist views on the teaching and
learning of mathematics. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education
Monograph No. 4
(pp. 107-122).  Reston, VA: NCTM.


Dubinsky, E. (2000). Using a theory of learning in college mathematics courses [Electronic version]. Teaching and Learning Undergraduate Mathematics, 12.


Hannula, Markku S. (2002).  Attitude towards mathematics: Emotions, expectations and values.  Educational Studies in Mathematics, 49, 25-46.


Meel, David E. (2003). Models and theories of mathematical understanding: Comparing Pirie and Kieren's model of the growth of mathematical understanding and APOS theory. In A. Selden, E. Dubinsky, G. Harel, and F. Hitt (Eds.) Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education, CBMS Issues in Mathematics Education Series, Volume 12 (pp. 132 Ð181). [A copy of this article is in Hauk's box, please photocopy as needed].


Schiefele, U., & Csikszentmihalyi, M.  (1995).  Motivation and ability as factors in mathematics experience and achievement. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 26:2, 163-181.


Steffe, L. P., & Kieren, T. (1994).  Radical constructivism and mathematics education.  Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 25(6), 711-733.