This project will study the Developing Leaders Transforming Practice (DLTP) intervention, which aims to develop teacher leaders, improve teachers' instructional practices, and increase student mathematics understanding and achievement.
Citations of DRK-12 or Related Work (DRK-12 work is denoted by *):
- Rigelman, N. M. (2017). Learning in and from practice with others. In L. West & M. Boston (Eds.), Annual perspectives in mathematics education: Reflective and collaborative processes to improve mathematics teaching (pp. 65-76). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.*
- McGatha, M. B., & Rigelman, N. R. (Eds.) (2017). Elementary mathematics specialists: Developing, refining, and examining programs that support mathematics teaching and learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.*
- Rigelman, N. R. (2017). Evaluation of elementary mathematics specialist programs. In M. B. McGatha & N. R. Rigelman (Eds.), Elementary mathematics specialists: Developing, refining, and examining programs that support mathematics teaching and learning (pp. 211-217). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.*
- Rigelman, N., Crane, S., Petrick, K., & Shrier, D. (2018). Math makeover: A school-university partnership transforms elementary math instruction. The Learning Professional, 39(2), 34-38.*
- Cooke, J., & Rigelman, N. (2016, January/February). East metro mathematics leadership project, part 2: A look into the lesson study cycle. The Oregon Mathematics Teacher, 35-40.*