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**Bagley, S.**, **Rasmussen, C.**, & Zandieh, M. (2012). Inverse, composition, and identity: The case of function and linear transformation*. *In (Eds.) S. Brown, S. Larsen, K. Marrongelle, and M. Oehrtman*, Proceedings of the 15th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education*, 2012, Portland, Oregon.

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**Bowers, J.**, **Bezuk, N.**, **Aguilar, K.**, & **Klass, S. **(2011). Designing applets that instantiate effective mathematics pedagogy. *Journal of Technology and Teacher Education*, 19 (1), 45–72.

**Bowers, J.**, **Bezuk, N.**, & **Aguilar, K**. (2011). Adapting the mathematical task framework to design online didactic objects. *International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology*, 42 (4), 481–495.

**Bowers, J.,** Passentino, G., & Connors, C.
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Bressoud, D., & **Rasmussen, C.** (2015). Seven characteristics of successful calculus programs. *Notices of the American Mathematical Society*, *62*(2), 144-146.

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Bush, S.D., N.J. Pelaez, J.A. Rudd II, M.T. Stevens, K.D. Tanner, **K.S. Williams**
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work published in the journal and to be exemplars of life science
education research and evidence-based practice.” It was also named by
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Carbol, B. and **T. Carey,** *Assessment Support for Teaching with Online Learning*. Council of Ontario Universities Research Report, OOLI – 02, 2014.

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**Carey, T.** and B. Carbol, *Faculty Support for Teaching with Online Learning*. Council of Ontario Universities Research Report, OOLI – 01, 2014.

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**Carey, T.**, K. Nakayama and L. Zweier, Sharing Innovations in STEM Education Through Digital Stories: a case study in Organic Chemistry, *The Chemical Educator*, Vol. 17, 15–22, 2012. http://chemeducator.org/bibs/0017001/17120015.htm

Carlson, M., **Rasmussen, C.**, Bressoud, D., Pearson M., Jacobs, S., Ellis, J., and Weber, E. (2011, February). *Surveying mathematics departments to identify characteristics of successful programs in college Calculus*. Paper presented at the Fourteenth Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Portland, OR.

Cathcart, W. G., Pothier, Y. M., Vance, J. H., & **Bezuk, N. S. **(2011). *Learning mathematics in elementary and middle school: A learner-centered approach *(5th ed.). Boston: Pearson.

Chizhik, E. W., & **Chizhik, A. W.** (2013, April). *Planning and thinking: Using Activity Theory to examine the effectiveness of lesson planning and reflection.* Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Cole, R., Becker, N., Towns, M., **Sweeney, G.**, **Wawro, M.**, & **Rasmussen, C. **(2012).
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Curlango, C. R., **Ponce, G.,** and Lopez-Morteo, G. (2011). A specialized search assistant for learning objects. *ACM Transactions of the web*.

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**Ellis,
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**Ellis, J.,** Kelton, M., & **Rasmussen, C. **(2014). Student perceptions of pedagogy and persistence in calculus. *ZDM – The International Journal on Mathematics Education. *DOI: 10.1007/s11858-014-0577.

**Ellis, J.**, Henderson, F., **Rasmussen, C.**, and Zandieh, M. (2012, February). *Student reasoning about linear transformations*. Paper presented at the Fifteenth Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Portland, OR.

**Fisher, K.M.**, **K.S. Williams**, **J.E. Lineback**. 2011. Osmosis and diffusion conceptual assessment. CBE–Life Sciences Education 10 (4): 418–29. Winter 2011.

Friedman, J., Bohonak, A., **Levine, R. A.** (2013). When Are Two Pieces
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Goff, L., M. K. Potter, E. Pierre, **T. Carey**, A. Gullage, E. Kustra, R. Lee, V. Lopes, L. Marshal, L. Martin, J. Raffoul, A. Siddiqui, and G. Van Gastel. *Learning Outcomes Assessment: A Practitioner’s Handbook*. Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario, Research Report 13/14- 008, 2015.

Grissom, S., Simon, E., Beck, L., & **Chizhik, A.** (2013, March). *Alternatives to lecture: Revealing the power of peer instruction and cooperative learning.*
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Hallett, M. J., Fan, J., Su, X. G., Nunn, M. E., and **Levine, R. A.**
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**Hawthorne,
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Heck, D., Tarr, J., Hollebrands, K., Walker, E., Berry, R., Baltzley, P., **Rasmussen, C.**, King, K. (2012). Reporting research for practitioners: Proposed guidelines. *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 43*(2), 126-147.

Hershkowitz, R., Tabach, M., **Rasmussen, C.**, & Dreyfus, T. (2014). Knowledge shifts in a probability class: A case study. *DM – The International Journal on Mathematics Education. *DOI: 10.1007/s11858-014-0576-0.

**Jacobs, V.**, Martin, H., Ambrose, R, & **Philipp, R. A.** (2014). Warning Signs: Challenges to Children’s Understandings. *Teaching Children Mathematics, *
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**Jacobs, V.**, Sherin, M., & **Philipp, R.** (2013). Mathematics teacher noticing: A hidden skill of teaching. *Proceedings of the 35th annual conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education* (pp. 1329–1333), Chicago, IL.

**Jacobs, V. R.**, **Lamb, L. C.**, **Philipp, R. A.**, & **Schappelle, B. P. **(2011).
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Johnson, E., Ellis, J., & **Rasmussen, C.** (in press). It’s about
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Laird, R., T. Wiesnowski, D. Salter and **T. Carey** (2016). Integrating Outputs, Outcomes and Impacts for Experiential Learning in a Cross-Cultural Field School, chapter accepted for *Integrating Curricular and Co-Curricular Endeavors to Enhance Student Outcomes*, C. Wankel and L. Wankel (eds.), Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing Group, *Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education* series, forthcoming January 2016.

**Lamb, L.**, **Bishop, J.,** **Philipp, R.**, Whitacre, I., Stephan, M., Bofferding, L., Lewis, J., Brickwedde, J., Bagley, S. & **Schappelle, B.** (2013). Building on the emerging knowledge base for teaching and learning in relation to integers. *Proceedings of the 35th annual conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education* (pp. 1362–1366), Chicago, IL.

**Lamb, L.C.**, **Bishop, J.P.**, **Philipp, R. A.**, **Schappelle, B. P.**, **Whitacre, I.**, Lewis, M. (2012). Developing symbol sense for the minus sign. *Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 18 *(1), 5-9.

**Lamb, L. L.**, **Bishop, J. P.**, **Philipp, R. A.**, **Schappelle, B. P.**, **Whitacre, I.**, & Lewis, M. (2012). High school students’ conceptions of the minus sign. *Mathematics Teaching*, (227), 40–44.

Leung, K., **Rasmussen, C.**, Shen, S., & Zazkis, D. (2014). Calculus from a statistics perspective. *College Mathematics Journal*, *45*(5), 377-386.

**Lobato, J.**, **Hohensee, C., & Diamond, J. **(in press). What can we learn by comparing students’ diagram-construction processes with the mathematical conceptions inferred from their explanations with completed diagrams? *Mathematics Education Research Journal*. doi 10.1007/s13394-013-0106-3

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