Blake Ellis Peterson

**Curriculum Vitae**

Department of Mathematics Education

Brigham Young University

Provo, Utah 84602

(801) 422-7784 (office)

email:
peterson@mathed.byu.edu

Fax: (801) 422-0511

__EDUCATION__

Ph.D., Washington State
University, May 1993

Dissertation
topic: *Integer Polyhedra*

Advisor:
James H. Jordan

M.S., Washington State
University, May 1990

Project
topic: *Integer Polygons*

Advisor:
James H. Jordan

B. A., Utah State
University, June 1986

Major:
Secondary Education

Emphasis:
Mathematics, Computer Science

Magna
Cum Laude, 3.91 GPA

__AREAS OF EXPERTISE__

Mathematics
teacher education, mathematical dialogue between teachers, student teaching in
Japan, lesson study with preservice teachers and mentoring. Number Theory and its application to Geometry.

__PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE__

Full Professor of
Mathematics Education

Brigham Young University,
2007-present

Associate Professor of
Mathematics Education

Brigham Young University,
2000-2007

Assistant Professor of
Mathematics

Brigham Young University,
1996-2000

Assistant Professor of
Mathematics

Oregon State University,
1993-1996

Teaching Assistant

Washington State University
College of Education, 1992-1993

Mathematics Teacher

Project SMART, Washington
State University, summer 1989

Teaching Assistant

Washington State University
Department of Mathematics, 1988-1992

Secondary Mathematics
Teacher

Chino High School, Chino, CA
1986-1988

__AWARDS__

Excellence in Teaching in
Mathematics Teacher Education, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, February, 2015

Richard Roskelley Teaching
and Learning Faculty Fellowship, Brigham Young University, August 2014

College Teaching Award,
College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Brigham Young University,
January 2000

TA Excellence in Instruction
Award, Graduate and Professional Student Association of Washington State
University, Spring 1991

Outstanding Student Award,
College of Education, Utah State University, 1986

Member of Phi Kappa Phi
honor society

__PUBLICATIONS (all are
peer reviewed)__

Stockero, S. L., Leatham, K.
R., Van Zoest, L. R., & Peterson, B. E. (in press). Noticing distinctions
among and within instances of student mathematical thinking. In E. Schack, J. Wilhelm, & M. H. Fisher
(Eds.), *Teacher noticing: A hidden
skill of teaching*. Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.

Teuscher,
D., Leatham, K. R., Peterson, B. E. (in press). The influence of focused video
analysis on prospective secondary mathematics teachersf noticing of student
mathematical thinking. In E. Schack, J. Wilhelm, & M. H. Fisher (Eds.), *Teacher
noticing: A hidden skill of teaching*.
Cham, Switzerland: Springer International.

Van Zoest, L. R., Stockero,
S. L., Atanga, N. A., Leatham, K. R., Peterson, B. E. & Ochieng, M. A.
(2015). Attributes of student mathematical thinking that is
worth building on in whole class discussion. In Bartell, T. G., Bieda,
K. N., Putnam, R. T., Bradfield, K., & Dominguez, H. (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 37th annual meeting of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education* (pp. 1086-1093). East
Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.

Stockero, S. L., Van Zoest,
L. R., Rougee, A., Fraser, E. H., Leatham, K. R. & Peterson, B. E. (2015).
Uncovering teachers' goals, orientations, and resources related to the practice
of using student thinking. In Bartell, T. G., Bieda, K. N., Putnam, R. T.,
Bradfield, K., & Dominguez, H. (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 37th annual
meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*
(pp. 1146-1149). East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.

Leatham, K. R., Peterson, B.
E., Stockero, S. L., & Van Zoest, L. R. (2015). Conceptualizing
Mathematically Significant Pedagogical Opportunities to Build on Student
Thinking. *Journal
for Research in Mathematics Education*
46(1), 88-124

Stockero, S. L., Peterson,
B. E., Leatham, K. R., & Van Zoest, L. R. (2014). The gMOSTh Productive
Student Mathematical Thinking. *Mathematics
Teacher* 106(4) 308-312

Leatham, K. R., Van Zoest,
L. R., Stockero, S. L., & Peterson, B. E. (2014). Teachersf
Perceptions of Productive Use of Student Mathematical Thinking. In Liljedahl, P., Nicol, C., Oesterle, S., & Allan, D. (Eds).
*Proceedings of the 38 ^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Vol. 4, (pp. 73-80). Vancouver, BC, Canada: PME

Leatham,
K. R. & Peterson, B. E. (2013).
Talking about Pedagogy, Students and Mathematics. In Martinez, M. & Castro
Superfine, A (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 35th annual
meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education* (pp. 629-636). Chicago, IL: University
of Illinois at Chicago.

Johnson, K. R., Steele, M.
D., Herbel-Eisenmann, B. A., Leatham, K. R., Peterson, B. E., Stockero, S. L.,
Van Zoest, L. R. Almeida, I., & Merrill, L. (2013). Classroom Mathematics
Discourse: Broadening Perspectives by Integrating Tools for Analysis. In Martinez,
M. & Castro Superfine, A (Eds.), *Proceedings
of the 35th
annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International
Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education* (pp. 1340-1348). Chicago,
IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Van Zoest, L. R., Leatham,
K. R., Peterson, B. E. & Stockero, S. L. (2013). Conceptualizing
Mathematically Significant Pedagogical Openings to Build on Student Thinking.
In Lindmeier, A. M. & Heinze, A. (Eds). *Proceedings of the 37 ^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Vol. 4, (pp. 345-352). Kiel, Germany: PME

Peterson, Blake E., Corey,
Doug, Lewis, Ben M., & Bukarau, Jared (2013). Intellectual Engagement
and Other Principles of Mathematics Instruction. *Mathematics Teacher* 106(6), 446-450

Peterson, Blake E. (2012) Linear
and Quadratic Change: A Problem from Japan. In S. Kasten, J. Newton (Eds.), *Reasoning and Sense-Making Activities for
High School Mathematics: Selections from Mathematics Teacher* (pp. 179-185).
Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. [This paper was
previously published in the Mathematics Teacher in 2006]

Leatham, K. R., Peterson, B.
E., Stockero, S. L., & Van Zoest, L. R. (2011). Mathematically
important pedagogical opportunities. In L. R. Wiest, T. Lamberg (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 33rd annual meeting of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education* (pp. 838-845). Reno, NV: University of Nevada, Reno.

Peterson, B. E. (2010)
Mathematics student teaching in Japan: Where's the management. In G. Anthony
& B. Grevhold (Eds.), *Teachers of
mathematics: Recruitment and retention, professional development and identity*
(pp. 135-144). Kristiansand, Norway: Writings from Swedish Society for Research
in Mathematics Education No. 8

Leatham, K. R., &
Peterson, B. E. (2010). Purposefully designing student teaching to focus on
studentsf mathematical thinking. In J. Luebeck & J. W. Lott (Eds.), *Mathematics teaching: Putting research into
practice at all levels* (pp. 225-239). San Diego, CA: Association of
Mathematics Teacher Educators.

Leatham, K. R., Stockero,
S., Van Zoest, L., & Peterson, B. E. (2010). Investigating mathematically
important pedagogical opportunities. In Brosnan, P., Erchick, D. B., &
Flevares, L. (Eds.) *Proceedings of the
32nd annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group
for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, The Ohio State University.

Corey, Doug, Peterson, Blake
E., Lewis, Ben M., & Bukarau, Jared (2010) Are
there any places that students use their head? Principles of
high-quality Japanese mathematics instruction. *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education* 41(5), 434-478

Leatham, Keith R. &
Peterson, Blake E (2010) Secondary Mathematics Teachersf Perceptions of the
Purpose of Student Teaching. *Journal of
Mathematics Teacher Education 12(2)*, 99-119

Peterson, Blake
E., & Leatham, Keith R. (2009). Learning to use studentsf mathematical
thinking. In L. Knott (Ed.), *The role of
mathematics discourse in producing leaders of discourse* (pp. 99-128).
Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Plummer,
Julie S. & Peterson, Blake E. (2009) A Preservice Secondary Teacherfs Moves
to Protect her View of Herself as a Mathematics Expert. *School Science
and Mathematics*, 109(5), 247-257

Peterson, Blake E. and
Williams, Steven R. (2008) Mentoring Styles in Mathematics: Two Contrasting
Cases. *Journal of
Mathematics Teacher Education*, *11(6)*,
459-478.

Peterson,
Blake E. (2008) A Look at Japanese Junior High School Mathematics Textbooks. In Usiskin, Z., & Willmore, E. (Eds) *Mathematics Curriculum in Pacific Rim
Countries – China, Japan, Korea, and Singapore: Proceedings of a
Conference* (pp. 209-231), Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing

Leatham, Keith
R. and Peterson, Blake E. (2007) Using Studentsf Mathematical Thinking to
Orchestrate A Class Discussion. In Lamberg, T., & Wiest, L. R. (Eds.)*.**
Proceedings of the 29 ^{th} annual meeting of the North American Chapter
of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education,
Stateline (Lake Tahoe), NV: University of Nevada, Reno.*

Peterson, Blake E. (2006)* *Counting Dots and Measuring Area: Rich
Problems from Japan. *Mathematics Teaching
in the Middle School,* *12(4)*,
214-219

Peterson, Blake E. (2006) Linear
and Quadratic Change: A Problem from Japan. *Mathematics
Teacher*, 100(3), 206-212

Leatham, Keith
R. and Peterson, Blake E. (2005) Research on Teaching and Learning Mathematics
with Technology: Where do we go from here? In Lloyd, G. M., Wilson, M.,
Wilkins, J. L. M., & Behm, S. L. (Eds.) *Proceedings
of the 27 ^{th} annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*. CD.
Blacksburg: Virginia Tech, School of Education.

Peterson, Blake E.,
Williams, Steven R., and Durrant, Vari (2005) Factors that Affect Mathematical
Discussion Among Secondary Student Teachers and Their Cooperating Teachers.* New England Mathematics Journal Focus
Issue: Teacher Mentoring and Learning to Teach Mathematics*, 37(2), pp.
41-49.

Peterson, Blake E. (2005) Student
Teaching in Japan: The Lesson. *Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education*, 8(1), 61-74.

Knuth, Eric J. and Peterson
Blake E. (2003) Fostering Mathematical Curiosity: Highlighting the Mathematics.
*Mathematics Teacher, 96(8)*, 574-579.

Peterson, Blake E. and
Williams, Steven R. (2001) Mentoring Styles in Mathematics: Two Contrasting
Cases. In R. Speiser, C. Maher, & C. Walter (Eds.) *Proceedings of the twenty-third annual meeting of the North American
Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*,
Vol. 2, (pp. 885-895). Columbus, OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science,
Mathematics, and Environmental Education.

Peterson, Blake E. (2000) From
Tessellations to Polyhedra: BIG Polyhedra *Mathematics
Teaching in the Middle Scho*ol, 5(6), 348-357.

Peterson, Blake E. and
Jordan, James H. (1999) Integer Antiprisms and Integer Octahedron *Mathematics Magazine, 72(4*), 277-286.

Peterson, Blake E. and
Williams, Steven R. (1998) Mentoring Beginning Teachers. *Mathematics Teacher, 91(8)*, 730-734.

Peterson, Blake E.,
Averbeck, Patrick, and Baker, Lynanna (1998) Sine Curves and Spaghetti*.* *Mathematics Teac*her, 91(7), 564-567.

Peterson, Blake E. (1997) A
New Angle on Stars. *Mathematics Teacher,90(8), *634-639.

Peterson, Blake E. and
Jordan, James H. (1997) Integer Geometry: Some Examples and Constructions*.* *The Mathematical Gazette, 81(490),* 18-28.

Peterson,
Blake E. and Jordan, James H. (1996) The Rational Heart of Integer Fibonacci
Pentagons*.* In G. E. Bergum, A. N. Philippou, and A. F. Horadam
(Eds.) *Applications of
Fibonacci Numbers*, Vol. 6. (pp. 381-388) Kluwer Academic Publisher, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

Peterson, Blake E. and
Jordan, James H. (1995) Integer Polyhedra Equivalent to Perfect Boxes. *The
American Mathematical Monthly, 102(1), *41-45

Peterson, Blake E. and
Jordan, James H. (1993) Almost Regular Integer Fibonacci Pentagons.* * *Rocky Mountain Mathematics Journal, 23(1)*, 243-247.

__BOOKS AND CURRICULUM__

Musser,
Gary L., Peterson, Blake E., and Burger, William F. (2014). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 10 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Musser,
Gary L., Burger, William F., and Peterson, Blake E. (2011). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 9 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Musser,
Gary L., Burger, William F., and Peterson, Blake E. (2008). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 8 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Musser,
Gary L., Burger, William F., and Peterson, Blake E. (2006). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 7 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Musser,
Gary L., Burger, William F., and Peterson, Blake E. (2003). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 6 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Musser,
Gary L., Burger, William F., and Peterson, Blake E. (2000). *Mathematics
for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approach 5 ^{th} Edition*,
New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Peterson, Blake E. (1998). *Survey of Geometry* (Math 362)
Independent Study Course materials

__ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES__

Articles appearing in *The World Book Encyclopedia*, Chicago:
World Book Inc.

2004 - Hexagon

2005 - Geometry

2005 - Bolyai, Janos (World Book online only)

2007 - Archimedean Solid; Area; Cone (geometry);
Gauss, Carl Friedrich; Lobachevsky, Nikolai; Octagon; Octahedron; Polyhedron;
Riemann, Georg Friedrich Bernhard; Triangle (geometry)

__RESEARCH GRANTS AND
FELLOWSHIPS (funded)__

*Collaborative Research: Leveraging MOSTs: Developing
a Theory of Productive Use of Student Mathematical Thinking*, National Science Foundation Discovery Research
K-12, w/ Keith Leatham (Co-PI) $1,111,645, October 2012-September 2016

*The Nature of the Mathematics Education Courses for
Secondary Preservice Teachers in Japan, *Submitted to David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, $2000,
2012

*The role of the Japanese hanseikai in developing the
reflective practices of mathematics student teachers in a Japanese
junior high school,* David M. Kennedy
Center for International Studies, $2,500, 2005

*The role of the Japanese hanseikai in developing the
reflective practices of mathematics student teachers in a Japanese
junior high school,* David M. Kennedy
Center for International Studies, $2,500, 2004

*Japan Society for the Promotion of Science* short term (2 month) fellowship at Ehime University
in Matsuyama, Japan, $10,000, August 21-October 18, 2003

*Mathematical Dialogue between Secondary Mathematics
Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers in Japan and Comparison to the U. S.,* David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies, $3,500,
2003

*Mathematical Dialogue between Secondary Mathematics
Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers in Japan and Comparison to the U. S.,* David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies,
$2,000, 2002

*Collaborative Research: Building on MOSTs:
Contributing to a Theory of Productive Use of Student Mathematical Thinking*, Submitted to NSF DRK-12, December, 2015:
Co-Principle Investigator

*Collaborative Research: Leveraging Mathematically
Important Pedagogical Opportunities to Enhance Mathematics Teacher Learning and
Practice*, Submitted to NSF DRK-12, January, 2011: Co-Principle Investigator.

*Building a Professional Development Model for
Comprehensive Mathematics Instruction (CMI)*, Submitted to NSF Teacher Professional Continuum Program, September, 2004: Co-Principle Investigator

__INVITED TALKS__

*Intellectually Engaging Problems: The Heart of Good Lesson*. Invited talk at NCTM annual conference. Boston, MA,
April 13-18, 2015.

*Seeing Through Your Studentsf Eyes*. Invited talk at AMTE as the Excellence in Teaching
in Mathematics Teacher Education award recipient. AMTE annual
conference, Orlando Florida. February 13, 2015.

*Math and Science Education in Japan*.
Invited talk for Kennesaw State Universityfs Year of Japan. Kennesaw, Georgia.
April 17, 2014. (Co-Presentor: Catherine Lewis, Tad Watanabe)

*Japanese Junior High School Mathematics Curriculum*.
Invited talk at the CSMC International Mathematics Curriculum Conference,
University of Chicago, November 11-13, 2005

*Patterns and Tables and Graphs, Oh My! Japanese Style*. Invited Keynote Address at the Utah Council of
Teachers of Mathematics annual conference, Jordan High School, Sandy, Utah,
October 8, 2004

*Mentoring Mathematics Teachers: Ways to Develop Rich
Mathematical Dialogue*, Invited
speaker at Mankato State University Inservice Teacher Mentoring Workshop,
Mankato Minnesota, February 27, 2001

__PRESENTATIONS__

*Uncovering teachers' goals, orientations, and
resources related to the practice of using student thinking. *The 37th annual
meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education,
East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University. November 5-7, 2015 (Co-Presenters:
Stockero, S. L., Van Zoest, L. R., Rougee, A., Fraser, E. H., & Leatham, K.
R.)

*Attributes of student mathematical thinking that is
worth building on in whole class discussion.** *The 37th annual
meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education,
East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University. November 5-7, 2015 (Co-Presenters:
Van Zoest, L. R., Stockero, S. L., Atanga, N. A., Leatham, K. R. & Ochieng,
M. A.)

*Toward a Theory of Productive Use of Student
Mathematical Thinking.** *The 2015 Annual conference
of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Conference.
Boston, MA. April 13-18, 2015 (Co-Presenters: Van Zoest, L. R., Stockero, S. L.,
Leatham, K. R., Atanga, N., Merrill, L. & Ochieng M.)

*Defining and Developing
Teaching Practices Related to Responding to Students' Mathematical Thinking**. *Symposium at the 19th annual meeting of the
Association of Mathematics Teachers Educators, Orlando, FL. February 12-14,
2015 (Co- Presenters: Webel, C., DeLeeuw, W., Empson, S., Jacobs, V., Land, T.,
Leatham, K., Stockero, S.L., Van Zoest, L.R., & Conner, K.)

*Teachersf Perceptions of Productive Use of Student
Mathematical Thinking*, The 38^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education. Vancouver BC, Canada,
July 15 – 20, 2014 (Co-Presenter: Keith R. Leatham, Laura R. Van Zoest,
Shari L. Stockero)

*Making the MOST of Student Mathematical Thinking*, Research Conference of the Annual Meeting of the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. New Orleans, Louisiana. April 6-8,
2014 (Co-presenters: Keith R. Leatham, Shari L. Stockero, Laura R. Van Zoest)

*Talking about Pedagogy, Students and Mathematics, *The 35th annual meeting of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education. Chicago, IL, November 14-17, 2013 (Co-Presenter: Keith R. Leatham)

*Classroom Mathematics Discourse: Broadening
Perspectives by Integrating Tools for Analysis – Working Group, *The 35th annual meeting of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education. Chicago, IL, November 14-17, 2013 (Co-Presenter: Kate R. Johnson,
Michael D. Steele, Beth A. Herbel-Eisenmann Keith R. Leatham, Shari L.
Stockero, Laura R. Van Zoest, Isai Almeida, Lindsay Merrill)

*Conceptualizing Mathematically Significant
Pedagogical Openings to Build on Student Thinking*, The 37^{th} Conference of the International
Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Kiel, Germany, July 28
– August 2, 2013 (Co-Presenter: Shari L. Stockero)

*A Framework for Recognizing Teachable Moments in Mathematics Classrooms*, Association of Mathematics
Teacher Educators 17^{th} Annual Conference, Orlando, FL January 24-26,
2013 (Co-Presenters: Keith R. Leatham, Shari L. Stockero, Laura R. Van Zoest)

*Principles of High Quality Instruction*, New Mexico State
University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New Mexico, April 19, 2012

*Goals and Concepts*, New Mexico State
University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New Mexico, April 18, 2012

*Mathematically Important Pedagogical Opportunities (MIPO)*, Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America conference, Reno,
Nevada, October 20-23, 2011 (Co-Presenters: Shari L. Stockero, Laura R. Van
Zoest, Keith R. Leatham)

*Lesson Study and More*, Two-day workshop for
New Mexico State University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New Mexico, July
29-30, 2011

*Thinking on the Brink,* Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 15^{th}
Annual Conference, Irvine, California January 27-29, 2011 (Co-presenter: Travis
Lemon)

*Studentsf Mathematical Thinking: The gStrugglesh Student Teachers Notice
and the Thinking they find gInterestingh*, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 15^{th}
Annual Conference, Irvine, California January 27-29, 2011 (Co-presenter: Keith
R. Leatham)

*Investigating Mathematically Important Pedagogical Opportunities*, Working group at Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America
conference, Columbus, Ohio, October 28-31, 2010 (Co-Presenters: Shari L.
Stockero, Laura R. Van Zoest, Keith R. Leatham)

*Orchestrating Class Discussions: What is the Goal?* Park City Mathematics Institute
– Secondary School Teacher Program, Park City, Utah, July, 15, 2010

*Overcoming Cultural Barriers in Lesson Study*, New Mexico State University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New
Mexico, May 7, 2010

*Considerations in Crafting Good Questions*, New Mexico State University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New
Mexico, February 26, 2010

*Anticipating Student Thinking*, New Mexico State University Lesson Study Project, Las Cruces, New
Mexico, February 26, 2010

*Rich Problems from Japan: Connections, Representations,
and Problem Solving*, Utah
State University Colloquium, Logan, Utah, December,
2009

*Effectively Using Student Mathematical Thinking*, Park City Mathematics Institute – Secondary
School Teacher Program, Park City, Utah, July, 13, 2009

*The Role of Questioning in Japanese Teaching*, Park City Mathematics Institute – Secondary
School Teacher Program, Park City, Utah, July, 6, 2009

*Restructuring Field Experiences to Focus on Studentsf
Mathematical Thinking, *Research
Presession of the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of
Mathematics, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 7-9, 2008 (Co-presenters: Keith R.
Leatham, Anderson Norton, Patricia Wilson, Enrique Galindo)

*Learning to Focus on
Studentsf Mathematical Thinking: Highlights from Three Teacher Preparation
Projects*. 2008 American Education Research Association Annual meeting, New
York, New York, March 24-28, 2008 (Co Presenters: Enrique Galindo, Keith R.
Leatham, Patricia S. Wilson; Discussants: Frank K. Lester, Diana V. Lambdin)

*Lesson Study in Preservice Secondary Mathematics
Teacher Preparation: Alternative Models of Student Teaching*. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 12^{th}
Annual Conference, Tulsa, Oklahoma, January 24-26, 2008 (Co-presenters: Keith
R. Leatham, Lew Romagnano, Brooke Evans, Don Gilmore, Akihiko Takahashi)

*Using Studentsf Mathematical Thinking to Orchestrate
a Class Discussion*. Research Report
at PMENA Stateline (Lake Tahoe), NV: University of Nevada, Reno, October 2007. (Co-presenter:
Keith R. Leatham)

*Writing for NCTM Journals.* Research Presession of the Annual Meeting National
Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Atlanta, March 21, 2007

*Writing for NCTM Journals.* Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual
Conference, Cottonwood High School, Salt Lake City, Utah, October 21, 2006.

*Rich Problems from Japan: Connections,
Representations, and Problem Solving*.
Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, St. Louis,
Missouri, April 26-29, 2006.

*What is the Purpose of Student Teaching in Mathematics.* Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 10^{th}
Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida, January 26-28, 2006 (Co-presenter: Keith R.
Leatham)

*Research on Teaching and Learning Mathematics with
Technology*, Discussion Group at
PMENA, Virginia Tech, October, 2005 (Co-discussion
leader: Keith R. Leatham)

*Student Teaching in Japan: Wherefs the Management?,* International Congress of Mathematics Education,
Copenhagen, Denmark, July, 2004 (A refereed 8 page paper was published on the
ICME website in conjunction with this presentation.)

*Quinnfs Quadrilaterals*, Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics, Philadelphia, April 21-24, 2004.

*Preservice lesson study: Rich dialogue, challenged
beliefs and reflective thinking,*
Research Presession of the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics, Philadelphia, April 19-21, 2004 (Co-presenters: Julie
Stafford-Plummer, Thomas Ricks; Discussant: Brad Glass)

*Student Teaching in Japan: Wherefs the Management?* Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, February 28, 2004.

*Mentoring Styles in Mathematics: Two Contrasting
Cases*, Colloquium, Ehime University,
Matsuyama, Japan, October 7, 2003 (given in Japanese)

*Treating Lessons as Experiments: A Model for
Improving Teaching and Teacher Education*, Research Presession of the Annual Meeting National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics, San Antonio, April 7-9, 2003 (Discussant for Presentation given
by James Hiebert, Anne Morris, Brad Glass, Diana Wearne, Laurie Goggins,
Stephen Hwang)

*Student Teaching in Japan: The Lesson*, Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual
Conference, Cottonwood High School, Salt Lake City, Utah, November 2, 2002

*Mentoring Styles in Mathematics: Two Contrasting
Cases*, Colloquium, Tokyo Gakugei
University, Tokyo, Japan, June 5, 2002 (given in Japanese)

*Spotlights on Technology: Using Technology in a
Mathematics for Elementary Teachers Course*, Wisconsin Mathematics Council, 2002 Green Lake Conference, Green Lake,
WI, May 3 2002

*A Course in Using Technology to Teach Mathematics:
What Should it Look Like?*
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 6^{th} Annual Conference,
San Antonio, TX January 25, 2002 (Co-presenters: Keith Leatham, Skip Wilson)

*Mentoring Styles in Mathematics: Two Contrasting
Cases*, PMENA, Snowbird, Utah, October 19, 2001

*Mentoring Mathematics Teachers: How Can Everyone
Benefit?* Utah Council of Teachers of
Mathematics Annual Conference, Brighton High School, Sandy, Utah, October 13,
2001

*From Tessellations to Polyhedra: BIG Tessellations*, Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual
Conference, Brighton High School, Sandy, Utah, October
13, 2001

*Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Review
of Liping Mafs book*, Minnesota
Mathematics Association for Two Year Colleges (MinnMATYC), Duluth, Minnesota,
April 28, 2001

*Integer Geometry: What is it?,* California Council of Teachers of Mathematics – Southern Section,
Palm Springs, California, November 4, 2000

*Understanding the Structure and Uses of the Text
gMathematics for Elementary Teachers: A Contemporary Approachh*, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond
Louisiana, September 8, 2000

*A Look at Theoretical vs. Empirical Probabilities
using Spreadsheets*, Utah Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference, Woods Cross High School, Woods
Cross, September, 2000

*Mentor Teachers, Student Teachers, and Mathematics*, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual
Conference Research Presession, Chicago, IL, April 12, 2000

*From Tessellations to Polyhedra*, Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Reach-Out,
St. George, Utah, January 22, 2000

*Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics: A Review
of Liping Mafs book*, Utah Council of
Teachers of Mathematics Reach-Out, St. George, Utah, January 22, 2000

*Integrating Technology in the Mathematics Classrooms*, University of Montana Colloquium, May 7, 1998

*A New Angle on Stars*, Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics, Washington D. C. , April 1-5, 1998

*From Tessellations to Polyhedra*, Western Regional Conference of the National Council
of Teachers of Mathematics, Denver, February 19, 20 1998

*The HP38G Across the Curriculum*, The 10th Annual International conference on
Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Chicago, November 6-8, 1997

*A Look at Theoretical vs. Empirical Probabilities
using Spreadsheets*, Northwest
Mathematics Conference, Whistler, British Columbia, October 23-25, 1997

*HP38G Workshop*, San Diego, July 29-August 2, 1996

*Integer Geometry*, Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, San
Diego, April 23-27, 1996

*Technology as a tool: Modeling for preservice
teachers*, 102nd Annual AMS-MAA
conference, Orlando, January 1996

*Using Geometer's Sketchpad in Classes for Preservice
Teachers*, PROMPT, Arcata, July, 1995

*Integrating Technology: We Talk the Talk but do We
Walk the Walk*, Brigham Young
University Colloquium, March, 1995

*Integer Geometry, What is it*?, NCTM Western Regional conference, Boise,** **October, 1994

*Are We Teaching with the Correct Models and Modeling
with the Correct Teaching*, Brigham
Young University Colloquium, August, 1994

*Integer Antiprisms and Integer Octahedron*, 100th Annual AMS-MAA conference, Cincinnati,
January 1994.

*Models in Integer Geometry* Workshop, Northwest Mathematics Conference,
Portland, October 1993.

*Integer Polyhedra and the Perfect Box*, 99th Annual AMS-MAA conference, San Antonio,
January 1993.

*Integer Polygons*, Northwest MAA Conference, Portland State University, June 1990.

__POSTERS__

*A Framework for Identifying Mathematically
Significant Pedagogical Openings to Build on Student Thinking*. The 35th annual
meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education. Chicago, IL, November 14-17, 2013 (Co-Presenters:
Isai Almeida, Lindsay Merrill, Laura Van Zoest, Shari Stockero, Keith R.
Leatham)

__CONSULTING__

New Mexico Lesson Study
Project – Spring, 2010, 2011, 2012

PCMI July, 2008, 2009

Lesson Study Workshop:
Price, Utah

__BOOK REVIEWS__

Supplemental CD Materials
for *Mathematics for Elementary Teachers:
A Contemporary Approach ,*
Musser, G. L. and Burger, W. F.

__TEACHING__

__Courses Taught__

**Graduate:**

Problem Solving, Modern
Approaches to Euclidean Geometry, Seminar in Mathematics Education, Research in
Mathematics Education, Computers and Mathematics, Graphics Calculators in
Pre-calculus Mathematics, Mid-Level Math, Advanced Problem Solving, Teaching
and Learning Probability and Statistics

**Undergraduate:**

Mathematics for Elementary
Teachers, Critical Review of School Mathematics, Task Design and Assessment of
Student Understanding, Teaching Mathematics with Technology, Methods of
Teaching Secondary Mathematics, Calculus, Linear Algebra, Problem Solving for
Elementary and Secondary Teachers, Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry,
Transformational Geometry in the Complex Plane

__Student Theses/Projects
Supervised__

__Type of Degree__ __Number
of Students__

Master of Science
1

Master of Arts
23

Honors Thesis
2

__SERVICE__

Department Chair, June 2014
- Present

Promotion and Tenure
committee 2013

Associate Chair, July 2004 -
2011

Learning Outcomes Committee
2007 – 2010

Undergraduate Program
Committee, 2004-2008

Faculty Mentor: Keith
Leatham, Scott Hendrickson, Dawn Teuscher

Graduate Course Development
Committee, 2004

Graduate Coordinator,
2000-2002

TA Training Seminar for Math and Math Ed Fall 2000 -
2002, 2004, 2005, 2009 - 2013

__University Committees__

College Promotion and Tenure committee 2003-2004, 2007-2009,
2010-2011, 2012-2013

CITES Mathematics
Professional Development Committee 2004 – 2005

Operation Exploration (2002)

Secondary Education Renewal and Restructuring committee (1998-2001), Steering committee (2000-2001)

College TA Training Seminar
(1999-2002)

__Mathematics Departmental
Committees__

Calculus Committee,
1997-1998, 2011

Calculus Text Selection
Committee, 2011

Teaching Associates Program
Coordinator, Winter 2000

Graduate Committee,
1998-2000

State Accreditation for
Mathematics Education Major Site Team Leader, 1997-1998

Mathematics Education
Committee 1996-1997

Mathematics for Elementary
Teachers Course Coordinator 1996-2000

Curriculum Committee
1996-2000

MLC tutor, 1993-1996

Undergraduate advisor,
1993-1996

TA Training Seminar, Fall 1993, 1994, 1995, 1999

__Mathematics Education
Community__

USOE Mathematics Advisory
Panel on the adoption of the Common Core, 2010 - 2011

Treasurer of Utah
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, 2004 - present

Chair of Mathematics Teacher
Editorial Panel, 2008-2009

Mathematics Teacher
Editorial Panel, 2006 – 2009, 2010-2011

University of Wisconsin Math
Ed Program Review Committee, April, 2007

Chair of Utah State Math
Core Review Subcommittee, 2006

Promotion Files Reviewed

Associate
Professor – Portland State University, 2014

Associate
Professor-Michigan Tech University, 2011

Associate
Professor-Utah State University, 2011

Full
Professor-Montana State University, 2005

Associate
Professor-University of Victoria, 2005

Association of Mathematics
Teacher Educators Nominations Committee, 2005

School Science and
Mathematics Associate Editor, 1996-2006

President of Utah Association of Mathematics Teacher
Educators, 2001-2002, 2003-2004, 2011-2012

President-Elect of Utah
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, 2002-2003, 2010

Utah Council of Teachers of
Mathematics Board member (two-year at large), 2001-2003

Advanced Placement (AP)
Calculus Reader, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004

Founded Utah Association of
Mathematics Teacher Educators, March 16, 2001

Florida FCAT Teacher
Workshop Development Committee, 2000

Utah Council of Teachers of Mathematics Board member
(post high school representative), 1999-2000

Utah State Department of Education Site Team for the
program approval of Westminster College, November 1996

State of Utah Mathematics Teacher Certification
Requirements advisory committee, 1996-1997

Hewlett Packard 38G workshop
materials advisor, 1996

College Boardfs Equity 2000 Mathematics Assessment
Committee member, Fall 1995-1996

State Universities representative for Oregon Mathematics Education
Council (OMEC), 1995-1996

Curriculum Developer for
Project CONNECT, 1995

State coordinator for the American Junior High School
Mathematics Examination, 1993-1996

Mathematics coordinator for
the 1994, 1995 and 1996 SMILE summer physics camp

Mathematics department representative for the
academic year SMILE activities, 1993-1996

National Council of Teachers
of Mathematics (NCTM)

Utah Council of Teachers of
Mathematics (UCTM)

Association of Mathematics
Teacher Educators (AMTE)

Utah Association of
Mathematics Teacher Educators (UAMTE)

Psychology of Mathematics
Education-North America (PMENA)

Text and Academic Authors
(TAA)

__PERSONAL__

Date of Birth: February
2, 1962

Citizenship: U.S.A.

Home address: 2135
Parkview Dr., Mapleton, Utah 84664

Home phone: (801)
491-2111