## Marilyn Carlson

### PROJECT AFFILIATION:

- Pathways to Calculus
- Roles: PI

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- Project Aspire: Defining and Assessing Mathematical Knowledge For Teaching Secondary Mathematics
- Roles: Co-PI

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- Project Pathways: A Math and Science Partnership Program for Arizona Targeted Project Track
- Roles: PI

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### PROFESSIONAL ROLES

- Higher Ed: Mathematics, Higher Ed: Education, Researcher

### BIO

### EXPERTISE

### RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Carlson, Marilyn P., Moore, Kevin (in press). Covariational Reasoning: A Way of Thinking that can be used to Solve Novel Word Problems in Algebra and Calculus, and Understand Key Ideas of Calculus. In E. Silver, & P. Keeney (Eds.) Lessons Learned From Research. (An invited chapter in an upcoming two- volume publication.) The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.Moore, K. C., & Carlson, M. P. (2012). Students' images of problem contexts when solving applied problems. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 31(1), 48-59.

Carlson, M., Oehrtman, M., Engelke, N. (2010). The precalculus concept assessment (PCA) instrument: A tool for assessing reasoning patterns, understandings and knowledge of precalculus level students. Cognition and Instruction, 113-145.

* Carlson, M.; Jacobs, S.; Coe, E., Hsu, E. ""Applying Covariational Reasoning While Modeling Dynamic Events: A Framework and a Study"", under review.