Thomas Schroeder

Associate Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeriti

 
 716-645-2455
  716-645-3161
 tls7@buffalo.edu


History of Mathematics Education
Statistics Education
Learning and Instruction

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Educational Background

    Ph.D., Indiana University

Professional and Research Interests

    Mathematics Education

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2007

Presentations

Moore-Russo, D.A. & Schroeder, T. (2007, April). Mathematics teachers' visualization in 3-space. Paper presented at the Spring 2007 Meeting of the Mathematical Association of American Seaway Section, Oneonta, NY.

2002

Presentations

Schroeder, T. L., (LAI doctoral student) Corinne M. Schaeffer, Donovan, J. E., & Reisch,
C. P. (2002, April). Preservice teachers' understanding of functions: A performance assessment based on non-routine problems, analyzed in terms of versatility and adaptability. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

1995

Publications

Schroeder, T. L. (1995, July). The development of a secondary school course
in probability, statistics, and modeling that attracts and empowers students.
Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical
Modelling and Applications, Belfast, Northern Ireland.

1994

Publications

Schroeder, T. L. (1994). A task-based interview assessment of problem solving,
mathematical reasoning, communication, and connections. In J.P. da Ponte &
J.F. Matos (Eds.), Proceedings of the 18th International Conference for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education Vol. 4 (pp. 217-224). Lisbon, Portugal:
Program Committee of the 18th PME Conference.

Schroeder, T. L. (1994). Multi-faceted inferences from an interview assessment.
In D. Kirschner, (Ed.), Proceedings of the 16th Annual Meeting of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education Vol. 4 (pp. 199-205). Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University.