# Jack Bookman

- Professor of the Practice Emeritus of Mathematics

**External address:**019 Physics Building, 120 Sci, Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708, Durham, NC 27708

**Internal office address:**Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320

**Phone:**(919) 660-2831

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.

### Selected Grants

IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute awarded by (Principal Investigator). 2014 to 2020

Integrative Middle School STEM Teacher Preparation: A Collaborative Capacity Building Project at Duke University awarded by National Science Foundation (Co Investigator). 2014 to 2017

EMSW21-RTG: awarded by National Science Foundation (Collaborating Investigator). 2010 to 2017

Preparing Graduate Students to Teach Undergraduate Mathematics: A Working Conference awarded by National Science Foundation (Principal Investigator). 2012 to 2014

VIGRE awarded by National Science Foundation (Co-Principal Investigator). 2000 to 2003

Narayan, Aditee Pradhan, et al. “The Clinical Skills Fair - An Innovative Curriculum Evaluation Tool.” *Journal of Graduate Medical Education*, Apr. 2013.

Bookman, M. P., et al. “(Re)discovering SoTL through a Fundamental Challenge: Helping Students Transition to College Calculus.” *Maa Notes: Guide to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics*, Oct. 2012.

Lardner, Emily Decker, and Jack Bookman. “Lessons Learned in Interdisciplinary Professional Development Designed to Promote the Teaching of Quantitative Literacy.” *Journal of Faculty Development*, 2012.

Varsavsky, Cristina, et al. “Undergraduate mathematics around the world.” *Delta Communications, Conference Proceedings of the Volcanic Delta ’11, the Eighth Delta Conference on the Teaching and Learning of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics*, 2011.

Alison Sweeney, M. D., et al. “"Resident Educators" - Senior Pediatric Residents as Teachers for an Innovative Multidisciplinary Mock Code Curriculum.” *Journal of Graduate Medical Education*, 2011.

Turner, David A., et al. “Do pediatric residents prefer interactive learning? Educational challenges in the duty hours era.” *Med Teach*, vol. 33, no. 6, 2011, pp. 494–96. *Pubmed*, doi:10.3109/0142159X.2010.542524.
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Bookman, J., et al. “Developing assessment methodologies for quantitative literacy: A formative study.” *American Mathematical Monthly*, vol. 115, no. 10, Dec. 2008, pp. 911–29.

Bookman, Jack, and David Malone. “Negotiating Roles and Meaning While Learning Mathematics in Interactive Technology-Rich Environments.” *The Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning*, vol. 6, no. 2, Oct. 2006, pp. 41–65.

Bookman, J., and D. Malone. “The Nature of Learning in Interactive Technological Environments: A Proposal for a Research Agenda Based on Grounded Theory.” *Research in Collegiate Mathematics Education*, 2003.

Winter, Dale, et al. “Novice Instructors and Student-Centered Instruction: Identifying and Addressing Obstacles to Learning in the College Science Laboratory.” *Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning*, vol. 2, 2001.