Positions

Research Areas research areas

Overview

  • The UNH Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program – with Neil Portnoy (mathematics), Dawn Meredith (physics), Judy Robb (science education), and Orly Buchbinder (mathematics education) - www.unh.edu/noyce
    Learning Mathematics Through Teaching – with Tim Fukawa-Connelly (Drexel University), Neil Portnoy, Brian Gleason (Nevada State College), Karen Graham, and May Chaar (graduate research assistant) - http://www.math.unh.edu/lmtt-research-project


    An Investigation of Pedagogical Factors Influencing Student Understanding of Geometric Proof – with Tami Martin
    A Model Teacher-Scholar Program in Secondary Mathematics – with Saad El-Zanati
    REU Site: Mathematics Research Experience for Pre-service and In-Service Teachers – with Saad El-Zanati and David Barker - http://math.illinoisstate.edu/reu/
    Mathematical Modeling as Teacher Preparation – with John Dossey and Frank Giordano
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2020 Preservice teachers learning to teach proof through classroom implementation: Successes and challengesJournal of Mathematical Behavior.  58:100779-100779. 2020
    2005 The Interplay of Teacher and Student Actions in the Teaching and Learning of Geometric ProofEducational Studies in Mathematics.  60:95-124. 2005
    2004 Assessing high school students’ understanding of geometric proofCanadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education.  4:223-242. 2004

    Book

    Year Title
    2010 Focus in High School Mathematics: Reasoning and Sense Making in Geometry 2010
    Teaching and Learning Proof Across the Grades

    Chapter

    Year Title
    2015 Mathematics Research Experiences for Preservice Teachers: Investigating the Impact on Their Beliefs.  171-179. 2015
    2014 The role of beliefs in the scholarship of teaching and learning.  171-182. 2014
    2009 Formal Proof in High School Geometry Student Perceptions of Structure, Validity, and Purpose.  204-221. 2009

    Conference Paper

    Year Title
    Indirect reasoning task for prospective secondary teachers: opportunities and challenges
    Mathematical Reasoning and Proving for Prospective Secondary Teachers.
    Opportunities to Engage Secondary Students in Proof Generated by Pre-service Teachershttp://sigmaa.maa.org/rume/RUME22_Proceedings.pdf. 76-83.
    Prospective teachers enacting proof tasks in secondary mathematics classrooms
    Sociomathematical norms revealed during a Precalculus breaching instructional activity.
    Student Engagement in a Post-Secondary Developmental Mathematics Classhttp://sigmaa.maa.org/rume/RUME22_Proceedings.pdf. 1107-1108.
    Taking proof into secondary classrooms – supporting future mathematics teachers

    Teaching Activities

  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2021
  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2020
  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2020
  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2019
  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2018
  • Number Systems for Teachers Taught course 2018
  • Exploring Math for Teachers I Taught course 2018
  • Topics Mathematics Education I Taught course 2018
  • Exploring Math for Teachers I Taught course 2017
  • Exploring Math for Teachers I Taught course 2017
  • Geometry Taught course 2017
  • Analysis of SecondarySchl Math Taught course 2016
  • Introduction to CEPS Programs Taught course 2016
  • Classroom Math Practicum Taught course 2016
  • Calculus I Taught course 2016
  • Mathematical Proof Taught course 2016
  • Mathematical Proof Taught course 2015
  • Topics Taught course 2015
  • Geometry for Teachers Taught course 2015
  • Mathematical Proof Taught course 2014
  • Topics/Research Practicum Taught course 2014
  • Analysis & Appl of Functions Taught course 2014
  • Education And Training

  • A.B. Mathematics, Dartmouth College
  • M.S. Mathematics, University of New Hampshire
  • Ph.D. Mathematics Education, University of New Hampshire
  • Full Name

  • Sharon McCrone