Marilyn P. Carlson
Marilyn P. Carlson
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Applying covariational reasoning while modeling dynamic events: A framework and a study
M Carlson, S Jacobs, E Coe, S Larsen, E Hsu
Journal for research in mathematics education 33 (5), 352-378, 2002
A cross-sectional investigation of the development of the function concept
MP Carlson
University of Kansas, 1995
The cyclic nature of problem solving: An emergent multidimensional problem-solving framework
MP Carlson, I Bloom
Educational studies in Mathematics 58 (1), 45-75, 2005
Variation, covariation, and functions: Foundational ways of thinking mathematically
PW Thompson, MP Carlson
Compendium for research in mathematics education, 421-456, 2017
Foundational Reasoning Abilities that Promote Coherence in
M Oehrtman, M Carlson, PW Thompson
Making the connection: Research and teaching in undergraduate mathematics …, 2008
The precalculus concept assessment: A tool for assessing students’ reasoning abilities and understandings
M Carlson, M Oehrtman, N Engelke
Cognition and Instruction 28 (2), 113-145, 2010
The calculus student: insights from the Mathematical Association of America national study
DM Bressoud, MP Carlson, V Mesa, C Rasmussen
International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 44 …, 2013
The mathematical behavior of six successful mathematics graduate students: Influences leading to mathematical success
MP Carlson
Educational Studies in Mathematics 40 (3), 237-258, 1999
The design of tasks in support of teachers’ development of coherent mathematical meanings
PW Thompson, MP Carlson, J Silverman
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 10 (4), 415-432, 2007
Key aspects of knowing and learning the concept of function
M Carlson, M Oehrtman, PW Thompson
Mathematical Association of America Research Sampler 9, 2005
Students’ images of problem contexts when solving applied problems
KC Moore, MP Carlson
The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 31 (1), 48-59, 2012
Developing and Connecting Calculus Students' Notions of Rate-of Change and Accumulation: The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.
MP Carlson, N Smith, J Persson
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education 2, 165-172, 2003
Schemes for thinking with magnitudes: A hypothesis about foundational reasoning abilities in algebra 1, 2, 3
P Thompson, MP Carlson, C Byerley, N Hatfield
Epistemic algebraic students: Emerging models of students' algebraic knowing …, 2014
Evaluating college science and mathematics instruction
A Lawson, R Benford, I Bloom, M Carlson
Journal of College Science Teaching 31 (6), 388, 2002
Razonamiento covariacional aplicado a la modelación de eventos dinámicos: un marco conceptual y un estudio.
M Carlson, S Jacobs, E Coe, S Larsen, E Hsu
A characterization of calculus I final exams in US colleges and universities
MA Tallman, MP Carlson, DM Bressoud, M Pearson
International Journal of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 2 …, 2016
Integrating a models and modeling perspective with existing research and practice
M Carlson, S Larsen, R Lesh
Beyond constructivism: Models and modeling perspectives on mathematics …, 2003
An investigation of covariational reasoning and its role in learning the concepts of limit and accumulation
M Carlson, S Larsen, S Jacobs
Proceedings of the 23rd annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the …, 2001
Decentering: A construct to analyze and explain teacher actions as they relate to student thinking
D Teuscher, KC Moore, MP Carlson
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 19 (5), 433-456, 2016
Documenting the emergence of “speaking with meaning” as a sociomathematical norm in professional learning community discourse
PG Clark, KC Moore, MP Carlson
The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 27 (4), 297-310, 2008
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