## Completed Theses

Maria Kerkoff, MSc (2018). *Experiencing Mathematics through Problem Solving Tasks*. [pdf]

Chris McGregor, MSc (2018). *Reduction of Mathematics Anxiety through use of Non-Permanent Vertical Surfaces and Group Discussion*. [pdf]

Darien Allan, PhD (2017). *Student Actions as a Window into Goals and Motives in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom*. [pdf]

Neena Bauch, MSc (2017). *The Transition from High School Mathematics to First Year Calculus*. [pdf]

Oana Chiru, MSc (2017). *Occasioning Flow in the Mathematics Classroom: Optimal **Experiences in Common Places*. [pdf]

Melania Alvarez, PhD (2016). *Teaching Teachers: A Look Inside Professional Development*. [pdf]

Robert Lovell, MSc (2016). *Real-World Applications in Math Class. *[pdf]

Mike Pruner, MSc (2016). *Observations in a Thinking Classroom*. [pdf]

Elysia Dubland, MSc (2015). *Exploring Student Engagement with Mathematics Homework as Self-Assessment. *[pdf]

Natasa Sirotic, PhD (2015). *Knowledge Growth through Lesson Study: A Case of Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Collaborative Learning.* [pdf]

Judy Larsen, MSc (2013). *Experiencing a Flipped Mathematics Class.* [pdf]

Olga Shipulina, PhD (2013). *Connecting Calculus with Reality through a Virtual Environment*. [pdf]

David Van Bergeyk, MA (2013). *Students on Assessment: How Students Receive Assessment in a Senior Mathematics Classroom.* [pdf]

Ali Tootian, MSc (2012). *Tusi, Mathematician, Mathematics Educator and Teacher, and the Saviour of the Mathematics*. [pdf]

Chiaka Drakes, PhD (2012). *Mathematical Modelling: From Novice to Expert*. [pdf]

Danica Matheson, MA (2012). *Teaching Through Problem Solving: Bridging the Gap Between Vision and Practice.* [pdf]

Susan Oesterle, PhD (2011). *Diverse perspectives on teaching Math For Teachers: Living the tensions. *[pdf]

Paulino Preciado, PhD (2011). *Conversations Held and Roles Played during Mathematics Teachers’ Collaborative Design: Two Dimensions of Interaction*. [pdf]

Elena Halmaghi, PhD (2011). *Undergradute Students’ Conceptions of Inequalities*. [pdf]

Minnie Liu, MSc (2011). *Math Suks: Why and How*. [pdf]

Adrienne Van der Zalm, EdD (2010). *Enhancing the Involvement of Parents in the Mathematics Education of their Elementary School Children.* [pdf]

Dan Kamin, MSc (2010). *The Use of Tasks and Examples in a High School Mathematics Classroom: Variance of Purpose and Deployment. *[pdf]

Mike Physick, MSc (2010).* Exploring Mathematics-Related Belief Systems. *[pdf]

Darien Shannon, MSc (2009).* Avoidance Behaviour in a Mathematics 10 Classroom. *[pdf]

Kevin Wells, MSc (2009).* Initializing Thinking in the Mathematics Classroom**.* [pdf]

Monica Tang, MA (2008).* Student Use of Language in French Immersion Mathematics.* [pdf]

Chandra Balakrishnan, MSc (2008). *Teaching Secondary School Mathematics Through Storytelling. *[pdf]

Kanwal Neel, PhD (2008).* Numeracy in Haida Gwaii BC: Connecting Community, Pedagogy, and Epistemology. *[pdf]

Duncan Fraser, MSc (2007). *Using Cognitive Conflict to Promote a Structural Understanding of Grade 11 Algebra. *[pdf]

Scott Rickard, MSc (2006).*Unpacking Student Discourse in Middle School Mathematics. *[pdf]

¤Dan Kamin, MSc (2010). *The use of tasks and examples in a high school mathematics classroom: Variance of purpose and deployment.* [Download PDF]

¤Mike Physick, MSc (2010).* Exploring mathematics-related belief systems.* [Download PDF]

¤Darien Shannon, MSc (2009).* Avoidance behaviour in a mathematics 10 classroom. *[Download PDF]

¤Kevin Wells, MSc (2009).* Initializing thinking in the mathematics classroom**. *[Download PDF]

¤Monica Tang, MA (2008).* Student use of language in French immersion mathematics.*

¤Chandra Balakrishnan, MSc (2008). *Teaching secondary school mathematics through storytelling.* [Download PDF]

¤Kanwal Neel, PhD (2008).* Numeracy in Haida Gwaii BC: Connecting community, pedagogy, and epistemology.*

¤Duncan Fraser, MSc (2007). *Using cognitive conflict to promote a structural understanding of Grade 11 algebra.*

¤Scott Rickard, MSc (2006).*Unpacking Student Discourse in Middle School Mathematics.*