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Lisa Lavelle

Assistant Professor

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    Lisa Lavelle, Mathematics Content Coordinator, Graduate School of Education and Counseling
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Publications

  • Stepanek, J., Leong, M., Griffin, L., & Lavelle, L. (2011). Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics: Grades K-1. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
  • Stepanek, J., Leong, M., Griffin, L., & Lavelle, L. (2011).  Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics: Grades 2-3. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
  • Stepanek, J., Leong, M., Griffin, L., & Lavelle, L. (2011).  Teaching by Design in Elementary Mathematics: Grades 4-5. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin.
  • Lavelle L.(2008). “How Do Fellows Learn to Think Like Mathematicians and Why Does This Matter?.” Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 94(4): 336-358.
  • Speer SR, Crowder RG, and (Lavelle) Thomas LL.(1993). “Prosodic Structure and Sentence Recognition.” Journal of Memory and Language 32: 336-358.

Presentations

  • August 2013 – Online Reporting System & Learning Point Navigator, with Jimmy Han, Minnesota Assessment Conference, Minneapolis, MN
  • August 2012 – Learning Point Navigator, Minnesota Assessment Conference, Minneapolis, MN
  • September 2011 – Learning Point Navigator: Teaching and Learning Support System, Minnesota Assessment Conference, Minneapolis, MN
  • July 2010 – Video Study Groups: The Focus Is on Students’ Mathematics Learning, National Staff Development Council Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA
  • April 2010 – Video Study Groups: The Focus Is on Your Students’ Learning, with Linda Griffin, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  • April 2010 – Assessing Mathematical Understanding, with Linda Griffin, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  • April 2010 – Facilitating Professional Learning: Three Models of Practice, with Claire Gates, National Supervisors of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  • April 2010 – Assessing Mathematical Understanding, with Linda Griffin, National Supervisors of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA
  • April 2009 – Video Study Groups: The Focus Is on Student Learning, with Linda Griffin, National Supervisors of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC
  • April 2008 – History of Mathematics in the Classroom: How We’ve Made It Work, with Elaine Abbas, Mia Abeles, Gina McGovern, and Kathryn Procope, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT
  • March 2007 – Viète: A Man of Vision (& Prosthaphaeretic Rules), Americas Section of the International Study Group on the Relations Between History and Pedagogy of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA
  • March 2007 – District of Columbia Fellows for the Advancement of Mathematics Education Report on Changes in Teaching Because of Leadership Experiences, with Florence Fasanelli, Mia Abeles, Gina McGovern, and Elaine Abbas, National Supervisors of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA
  • October 2004 – The Power of Reflection: Success in Open-Ended Problem Solving, with Kristina Lasher, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting, Baltimore, MD
  • April 2004 – The Power of Reflection: Lessons from the Problems of the Week, with Kristina Lasher, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA
  • January 2004 – A Virtual Field Experience: Your Students and Real Kids Working Together on Problem Solving Practice, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, San Diego, CA
  • April 2003 – Developing Teachers’ Skills through Online Mentoring Services, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX
  • April 2001 – Using Online Mentoring to Enhance Problem Solving, Assessment, and Communications Skills of Preservice Teachers, with Jeanne Fitzgerald, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  • April 2001 – Building Mathematical Communication with the Math Forum’s Problems of the Week, Grades 3-8, with Judy Ann Brown, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  • March 2001 – The Math Forum: A Resource for Teachers and Students, with Gail Englert, Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Harrisonburg, VA.
  • March 2000 – The Importance of Online Community in Professional Development and Student Interaction, (speaker/panelist) “New Opportunities for Improving the Quality of K-12 Math & Science Teaching Using Technology” A Presentation for the Glenn Commission, Washington, DC.
  • April 1998 – Mentoring the Math Forum’s Problems of the Week, Math Forum Conference Within a Conference, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.
  • April 1998 –The Math Forum’s Problems of the Week, with Judy Ann Brown and Annie Fetter, Math Forum Conference Within a Conference, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

Academic Credentials

M.A. 2008 George Washington University, B.A. 1990 Yale University