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Dr. Anne Goodrow is an associate professor of Elementary Education. She also serves as an assistant director for Rhode Island's STEM Center, which is located on the Rhode Island College campus. She earned her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education at the University of Vermont, her Master's degree at St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont, and her Ph.D from the Eliot-Pearson Department of Child Development at Tufts University. Her research interests are in childrens' mathematical thinking and elementary teachers professional development in teaching mathematics. Additionally, she is interested in early algebra and supporting English Language Learners in the elementary mathematics classroom. She enjoys working with teachers and students in elementary school settings, and often offers professional development opportunities in RI elementary schools.
Goodrow, A. (2011). "Tips ESL Teachers Can Use: Talking with Elementary School Teachers about Math and ELLs". The RI-teller, Issue 2.
Goodrow, A. and Kidd, K. (2008). "We All Have Something That Has to Do with Tens" Counting the Days of School, Decomposing Number, and Place Value. Teaching Children Mathematics. Reston, VA: NCTM
Schliemann, A., Goodrow, A., Caddle, M., Porter, M. and Carraher, D. (Fall, 2007). Functions and Equations in Elementary School. Manuscript completed and submitted for publication.
Goodrow, A. (2006). Teaching the California Standards: Geometry in Harcourt Math, Kindergarten. Orlando, FL: Harcourt School Publishers
Goodrow, A. (2006) Teaching the California Standards: Addition and Subtraction in Harcourt Math, Kindergarten. Orlando, FL: Harcourt School Publishers
Goodrow, A. (2006). Teaching the California Standards: Measurement in Harcourt Math, Kindergarten. Orlando, FL: Harcourt School Publishers
Goodrow, A. (2006). Snapshot Assessments in Think Math! Grades K, 1, and 2 (Goldenberg, E. P., principal investigator, EDC) Orlando, FL: Harcourt School Publishers
Goodrow, A., & Schliemann, A.D. (2003). Linear Function Graphs and Mulitplicative Reasoning in Elementary School. Paper presented at Psychology of Mathematics Education North American and International Conference. www.earlyalgebra.terc.edu/OurPapers/Goodrow&SchliemannPME2003.pdf
Casey, B., Goodrow, A., Schiro, M., and Anderson, K. (2002). Teeny visits shapeland: Two and three-dimensional shapes for Pre-K and K. Chicago: Wright Group/McGraw Hill.
Schliemann, A., Goodrow, A. and Lara-Roth S. (2001). Tables as Multiplicative Function Tables, in The future of the teaching and learning of algebra: Proceedings of the 12th ICMI Study Conference (Chick, H., Stacey, K., Vincent, J. and Vincent, J., Eds.) Melbourne, Australia: The University of Melbourne.
Schliemann, A.D., Goodrow, A. & Lara-Roth, S. (2001). Functions and Graphs in Third Grade. Symposium Paper. NCTM 2001 Research Presession, Orlando, FL.
Goodrow, A. (2000). Modes of Thinking and Ways of Teaching In Elementary Mathematics, Annual Spring Colloquium Journal in Mathematics and Science Education, 4, 21-31. Lowell, MA: UMASS Lowell, Graduate School of Education.
Goodrow, A. (2000). Shapes In The City. Bothell, WA: The Wright Group.
Goodrow, A. (1999). Ten Yellow Buses. Bothell, WA: The Wright Group.
Goodrow, A. (1999). Numbers Are Everywhere. Bothell, WA: The Wright Group.
Goodrow, A., Clements, D., Battista, M., Sarama, J., Akers, J. (1997). Investigations in Number, Data, and Space: How Long? How Far?, a measurement unit for grade 2. Menlo Park, CA: Dale Seymour Publishing Co.
Akers, J., Battista, M., Clements, D., Goodrow A., Sarama, J. (1997). Investigations in Number, Data, and Space: Shapes, Halves, and Symmetry, a geometry unit for grade 2. Menlo Park, CA: Dale Seymour Publishing Co.
Economopoulos, K., Akers, J., Battista, M., Clements, D., Moffet, J., Goodrow, A. (1997). Investigations in Number, Data, and Space: Mathematical Thinking at Grade 2, Counts and Categories. Menlo Park, CA: Dale Seymour Publishing Company.
Russell, S., Mokros, J. and Goodrow, A. (1995). Implementing the Investigations in Number, Data, and Space Curriculum, grades 3 and 4. Menlo Park, CA: Dale Seymour Publishing Company, 1995.
ELED 438 Teaching Elementary Mathematics
ELED 504 Mathematics in the Elementary School
ELED 512 Theoretical Perspectives on How Students Learn