Facilitating the Teaching and Learning of Geometric Transformations Through Motion Animation

Nicole Panorkou, is an Assistant Professor in the department of Mathematical Sciences at Montclair State University. She contributed to the development of the resource TurnOnCCMath.net that maps the CCSS-M into learning trajectories, and she was also one of the instructors of the MOOC-Ed (Massive Open Online Courses for Educators) on learning trajectories and the CCSS-M. Nicole’s research interests include development and validation of learning trajectories for K-8 mathematics; student learning of geometry, algebra and rational number reasoning; and a focus on the ways that technology and modeling can foster the utility of mathematical concepts.

 

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