Published: Travis A. Olson

Travis A. Olson (Teaching and Learning) co-authored "Conceptualizing Curricular Reasoning:A Framework for Examining Mathematics Teachers’ Curricular Decisions" in the journal Investigations in Mathematics Learning.

The article presents research based on a recent National Science Foundation grant for which Olson served as the UNLV principal investigator. Olson is a part of an established research team of investigators and co-authors from Brigham Young University, University of Arkansas, and Grand Valley State University, all of whom are alumni of the National Science Foundation's Center for Teaching and Learning — the Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum.

Published by Taylor & Francis, Investigations in Mathematics Learning publishes articles that stimulate, generate, coordinate, and disseminate research efforts affecting mathematics learning.

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