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Keri Valentine, PhD
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles


Valentine, K. D., Kopcha, T. J., Vagle, M. D. (2018, online). Phenomenological methodologies in the field of educational communications and technology. TechTrends, 62(5), 462-472.
https://rdcu.be/1VA7

Valentine, K. D. (2018). Tinkering with Logo in an elementary mathematics methods course. Interdisciplinary Journal of Problem-Based Learning, 12(2), 1-16.
https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/ijpbl/vol12/iss2/1/ 

Valentine, K. D. (2017). Investigating interdimensional relationships. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 22(8), 480-486.

Selmer, S., Valentine, K., Luna, M., Rummel, S., & Rye, J. (2016). How can we best use our school garden space? Exploring the concepts of area and perimeter in an authentic learning context. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 21(4), 3-10.

Valentine, K. D. & Kopcha, T. J. (2016). The embodiment of cases as alternative perspective in a mathematics hypermedia learning environment. Educational Technology Research & Development, 64(6), 1183-1206.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles (Under Review)

Valentine, K. D., Bolyard, J. (under review). Lived moments of shift in prospective elementary teachers' mathematical learning. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education.

Valentine, K. D., & Kopcha, T. J. (under review). A case of embodied cognition: Manifestations of learners' problematization activity using Flatland in middle school mathematics. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education.

Stone, H., Valentine, K. D., Rye, J., Forinash, M., Connelly, A., Kieffer, K. (under review). Germinating fractions. Teaching Children Mathematics.

Edited Scholarly Book

Valentine, K. D. & Jensen, L. J. (Eds.) (2016). Examining the evolution of gaming and its impact on social, cultural, and political perspectives. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Scholarly Book Chapters

Jensen, L. J., Valentine, K. D., & Case, J. P. (in press). Accessing the Pokélayer: Augmented reality and fantastical play in Pokémon Go. In R. M. Branch, V. J. McClendon, & D. R. Squires (Eds.), 2018 Educational media and technology yearbook. New York, NY: Springer.

Valentine, K. D., & Jensen, L. J. (2016). Jamming econo: The phenomenon of perspectival shift in indie video games. In K. D. Valentine & L. J. Jensen (Eds.), Examining the evolution of gaming and its impact on social, cultural, and political perspectives. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Jensen, L. J., & Valentine, K. D. (2016). The time our kids cheered Proteus and other stories: A preface to examining the evolution of gaming and its impact on social, political, and cultural perspectives. In K. D. Valentine & L. J. Jensen (Eds.), Examining the evolution of gaming and its impact on social, cultural, and political perspectives . Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Jensen, L. J., Barreto, D., & Valentine, K. D. (2016). Toward broader definitions of  ‘video games’: Shifts in narrative, player goals, subject matter, and digital play environments. In K. D. Valentine & L. J. Jensen (Eds.), Examining the evolution of gaming and its impact on social, cultural, and political perspectives . Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Kopcha, T. J., & Valentine, K. D. (2013). A framework for developing robust online  professional development materials to support teacher practice under the Common Core. In D. Polly (Ed.), Common core mathematics standards and implementing digital technologies (319-331). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Valentine, K. , & White, D. Y. (2006) Examining teacher questioning through a probability unit.  I n C. W. Langrall (Ed.), Teachers engaged in research: Inquiry into mathematics classrooms in grades 3-5 (pp.155-177). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.

Book Reviews

Valentine, K. D. & Kopcha, T. J. (2013). [Review of the book Conducting educational design research by Susan McKenney and Thomas C. Reeves, New York, NY: Routledge, 2012, 244 pages.] In Educational Media International

Invited Journal Articles

Valentine, K. D. (2014). The 2013 AECT intern experience: Memories of minions, crap detectors, and busy feet. TechTrends, 58(6), 8-9.

Published Conference Proceedings and Manuscripts (Peer-Reviewed)

Valentine, K. D., & Kopcha, T. J. (2014, June). Middle school learners’ ontological ‘trying on’  of dimensions: A phenomenological investigation. In J. Polman, E. Kyza, K. O’Neill, & I. Tabak (Eds.), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS - 2014). Paper presented at the International Society of the Learning Sciences, Boulder, CO (pp. 745-752).

Walker, B., Valentine, K. D. , & Branch, R. (2011). Non-negotiable tenets of instructional  design…and ADDIE, too. In Proceedings of Design, Development and Research Conference 2011. Paper presented at the Design, Development and Research Conference, Cape Town, South Africa.

Uploaded Conference Manuscripts (Peer-Reviewed)

Valentine, K. D., & Bolyard, J. (2018, April). Creating a classroom culture that supports productive struggle: Pre-service teachers' reflections on teaching mathematics. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. (AERA Paper Repository)

Valentine, K. D., & Jensen, L. J. (2018, April). A case study tracing the design iteration trajectory in a youth game design summer camp. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY. (AERA Paper Repository)

Bolyard, J., & Valentine, K. D.(2017, May). Mathematical learning experiences: Leveraging elementary pre-service teachers' existing perspectives to support new understandings. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, San Antonio, TX. (AERA Paper Repository)

Valentine, K. D. (2016, April). Manifestations of middle school learners' problematization activity using Flatland as a case of alternative perspectivePaper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Washington, DC. (AERA Paper Repository)

Kopcha, T. J., Valentine, K. D., Walker, B. (2011, April). Technology as a tool for increasing self-efficacy knowledge during the field experiencePaper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA. (AERA Paper Repository)