## Building Thinking Classrooms

Liljedahl, P. (2018). Building a Thinking Classroom in Math. [edutopia]

Liljedahl, P. (2018). On the edges of flow: Student problem solving behavior. In S. Carreira, N. Amado, & K. Jones (eds.), *Broadening the scope of research on mathematical problem solving: A focus on technology, creativity and affect*. New York, NY: Springer.

Liljedahl, P. (2016). Building thinking classrooms: Conditions for problem solving. In P. Felmer, J. Kilpatrick, & E. Pekhonen (eds.) *Posing and Solving Mathematical Problems: Advances and New Perspectives*. New York, NY: Springer. [ResearchGate, Academia]

Liljedahl, P. (2014). The affordances of using visually random groups in a mathematics classroom**.** In Y. Li, E. Silver, & S. Li (eds.) *Transforming Mathematics Instruction: Multiple Approaches and Practices.* New York, NY: Springer. [ResearchGate, Academia]

Liljedahl, P. (2016). Flow: A Framework for Discussing Teaching. *Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, *Szeged, Hungary. [pdf]

Liljedahl, P. & Allan, D. (2013). Studenting: The case of “now you try one”. In Lindmeier, A. M. & Heinze, A. (Eds.). *Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol. 3*, pp. 257-264. Kiel, Germany: PME. [pdf]

Liljedahl, P. & Allan, D. (2013). Studenting: The Case of Homework. *Proceedings of the 35th **Conference for Psychology of Mathematics Education – North American Chapter. *Chicago, USA. [pdf]