- Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Mathematics
My research in mathematics education is currently focusing on three areas: (1) how students learn mathematics, especially in technology rich environments; (2) how graduate students develop their views and practices concerning teaching college mathematics; and (3) evaluating the effectiveness of mathematics curricula.
Bookman, J., and L. Blake. “Seven years of project calc at duke university approaching steady state?.” Primus, vol. 6, no. 3, Jan. 1996, pp. 221–34. Scopus, doi:10.1080/10511979608965825. Full Text
Bookman, J. “An expert novice study of metacognitive behavior in four types of mathematics problems.” Primus, vol. 3, no. 3, Jan. 1993, pp. 284–314. Scopus, doi:10.1080/10511979308965710. Full Text
Bookman, Jack, and Charles Friedman. “Student Attitudes and Calculus Reform.” School Science and Mathematics, March 1998: 117 122.
Bookman, Jack. “There’s Glory For You! - Why We Define Mathematical Terms The Way We Do.” Centroid, Spring 1996, 36 39.
Smith, David, and Jack Bookman. “Assessment in a Technological Age.” Proceedings of the Seventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (1996) Addison Wesley 433 437.
Bookman, Jack, and Charles Friedman. “A Comparison of the Problem Solving Performance of Students in Lab Based and Traditional Calculus.” In Dubinsky, E., Schoenfeld, A.H., Kaput, J. (Ed) Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education I. , Providence, Ri: American Mathematical Society, 1994, Pp. 101 116.
Bookman, Jack. “Evaluation of Calculus Reform at Duke University.” Ume Trends, March 1992.
Bookman, Jack. “NSF Workshop on Assessment in Calculus Curriculum Reform Efforts.” Ume Trends, October, 1992.
Bookman, Jack, and David A. Smith. “A Review of �The Electronic Study Guide: Precalculus Algebra.” College Mathematics Journal, June 1985.