University of Houston-Downtown
United States of America - Houston
- Mathematical Mediation: From Raw Experience to Spreadsheets via Data Tables.
- Aunt Sarah and the Farm: A guided tour of a spreadsheet exploration.
- Burning the Candle: A Technology Immune Technology Enabled Problem within an Action on Objects Framework
- Stamping Functions: A Technology Immune Technology Enabled Problem within an Action on Objects Framework.
- TITE Problem Solving: Integrating Computing and Proving in Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education
- Promoting Technology Uses in the Elementary Mathematics Classroom: Lessons in Pedagogy from Zoltan Dienes.
- Hybrid vs. Online: Research findings from an elementary evaluation course.
- Looking for Learners: The Legacy of Technogogical Content Knowledge (TCK)
- Teaching and learning mathematics in technologically intensive classrooms.
- Technology’s Promise for Mathematics and Science Learning
Michael L. Connell, Ph.D., is Professor of Mathematics Education at University of Houston-Downtown. Dr. Connell has over 30 years of mathematics education experience at both graduate and undergraduate levels working with students in field based teacher certification programs. His research interests lie at the intersection between educational technology, learning theory, and mathematics education. He has written, presented and published extensively in these areas.