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Laurie Cavey, Michele Carney, Patrick Lowenthal and Tatia Totorica

By: kristenbrevik   Published 7:01 pm / May 8, 2018


Laurie Cavey, Michele Carney, Patrick Lowenthal and Tatia Totorica

Mathematics; Educational Technology; IDoTeach; Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies

The Video Case Analysis of Student Thinking (VCAST) research team, led by Laurie Cavey (Mathematics), Michele Carney (Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies), Patrick Lowenthal (Educational Technology), Tatia Totorica (IDoTeach), and Jason Libberton (Idaho State University), won the outstanding paper award in mathematics education with their conference paper titled, “Video Case Analysis of Students’ Mathematical Thinking: Initial Development Process.” The award was recognized at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education conference in Washington, D.C. earlier this spring.

Tatia Totorica, Laurie Cavey, Patrick Lowenthal, Michele Carney and Jason Libberton