Erin Krupa

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Citations of DRK-12 or Related Work (DRK-12 work is denoted by *): 
  • Krupa, E.E., Carney, M., Bostic, J. (2019). Argument-Based Validation in Practice: Examples from Mathematics Education. Applied Measurement in Education.
  • Krupa, E. E., & Confrey, J. (2017). Effects of a Reform High School Mathematics Curriculum on Student Achievement: For Whom Does it Benefit? Journal of Curriculum Studies, 49(2), 191-215.
  • Krupa, E. E., Huey, M., Lesseig, K., Casey, S., & Monson, D. (2017). Investigating Secondary Preservice Teacher Noticing of Students’ Mathematical Thinking. In E. O. Schack, J. Wilhelm, & M. H. Fisher (Eds.), Research in Mathematics Education (Vol. 6): Springer, Cham.
  • Krupa, E., Bostic, J. D., & Shih, J. (2019). Validation in Mathematics Education: An Introduction to Quantitative Measures of Mathematical Knowledge: Researching Instruments and Perspectives. In J. B. Bostic, E. E. Krupa, & J. Shih (Eds.), Quantitative Measures of Mathematical Knowledge: Researching Instruments and Perspectives. New York, N.Y.: Routledge.
  • Krupa, E. E., Webel, C., & McManus, J. (2014). Undergraduate Students’ Knowledge of Algebra: Evaluating the Impact of Computer-based and Traditional Learning Environments. Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies, 24(5), 442-459. 
North Carolina State University (NCSU)
08/01/2019

This project will address STEM learning through classroom implementation at two project partner schools in North Carolina, one urban and the other rural, with culturally diverse student populations. The project offers high school students the opportunity to be immersed in science content through engaging in globally-relevant learner-centered activities.

North Carolina State University (NCSU)
08/01/2019

This project aims to support stronger student outcomes in the teaching and learning of geometry in the middle grades through engaging students in animated contrasting cases of worked examples. The project will design a series of animated geometry curricular materials on a digital platform that ask students to compare different approaches to solving the same geometry problem. The study will measure changes in students' procedural and conceptual knowledge of geometry after engaging with the materials and will explore the ways in which teachers implement the materials in their classrooms.

North Carolina State University (NCSU)
08/01/2019

The purpose of this project is to fully explore the mathematics education literature to synthesize what validity evidence is available for quantitative assessments in mathematics education.