ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel Published in Cognition and Instruction

ARC Distinguished CUNY Fellow Laurie Rubel Published in Cognition and Instruction

Laurie H. Rubel, Vivian Y. Lim, Maren Hall-Wieckert & Mathew Sullivan (2016) Teaching Mathematics for Spatial Justice: An Investigation of the Lottery, Cognition and Instruction, 34:1, 1-26. 12 Feb 2016.

Laurie Rubel is an Associate Professor of Secondary Education at Brooklyn College, CUNY. Her work focuses on equity and diversity in mathematics education. Her work includes publications in Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, Mathematical Thinking & Learning, and Mathematics Teacher. Her honors include a Tow Fellowship (2014), a Career Award from National Science Foundation (2008), a Brooklyn College Award for Excellence in Teaching (2007), and a Young Scholar Award from the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (2006). Her most recent project, funded by the National Science Foundation, focuses on digitally-enhanced, placed-based approaches to mathematics education. She earned her Ph.D. from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2002.

Submitted on: FEB 17, 2016

Category: Advanced Research Collaborative