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Tamara Moore

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  • Higher Ed: Education, Researcher 

BIO

Tamara J. Moore, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Engineering Education at Purdue University. She has degrees in mathematics, engineering, mathematics education, and engineering education. Dr. Moore is a former high school mathematics teacher, and her research and teaching interests are centered on the integration of STEM concepts in the mathematics and engineering classroom. Her specific areas of research consider student learning through modeling in STEM contexts, development of STEM Integration curricular tools and activities for K-12 and post-secondary classrooms, and instructor implementation of STEM Integration. 

EXPERTISE

STEM integration curricular and professional development
mathematical modeling in STEM contexts 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Guzey, S.S., Moore, T.J., & Harwell, M. (in press). Development of an instrument to assess attitudes toward STEM. School Science and Mathematics.


Guzey, S.S., Tank, K.M., Wang, H.-H., Roehrig, G.H., & Moore, T.J. (in press). A high-quality professional development for teachers of grades 3-6 for implementing engineering into classrooms. School Science and Mathematics.

Moore, T.J., Guzey, S.S., & Brown, A. (in press). Greenhouse design to increase habitable land: An engineering unit. Science Scope.

Chen, Y.-C., Moore, T.J., & Wang, H.-H. (in press). Engineering as a vehicle to learn science: Construct, critique, and connect core science ideas through engineering design. Science Scope.

Moore, T.J., Stohlmann, M.S., Wang, H.-H., Tank, K.M., Glancy, A.W. & Roehrig, G.H. (in press). Implementation and integration of engineering in K-12 STEM education. In S. Purzer, J. Strobel, & M. Cardella (Eds.), Engineering in PreCollege Settings: Research into Practice. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.

Moore, T.J., Miller, R.L., Lesh, R.A., Stohlmann, M.S., & Kim, Y.R. (2013). Modeling in engineering: The role of representational fluency in students' conceptual understanding. Published in the special issue on Representation in Engineering. Journal of Engineering Education, 102(1), 141-178.

Stohlmann, M., Moore, T.J., & Roehrig, G. (2012). Considerations for teaching integrated STEM education. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research, 2(1), 28-34.

Roehrig, G.H., Moore, T.J., Wang, H.-H., & Park, M.S. (2012). Is adding the E enough?: Investigating the impact of K-12 engineering standards on the implementation of STEM integration. School Science and Mathematics, 112(1), 31-44.

Wang, H.-H., Moore, T.J., Roehrig, G.H., & Park, M.S. (2011). STEM integration: The impact of professional development on teacher perception and practice. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research, 1(2), 1-13.

Richardson, J., Moore, T.J., Sales, G.C., & Macritis, M.V. (2011). Using computer simulations to support STEM learning. International Journal of Engineering Education, 27(4), 766-777.

Hjalmarson, M.A., Moore, T.J., & delMas, R. (2011). Statistical analysis when the data is an image: Eliciting student thinking about sampling and variability. Statistics Education Research Journal, 10(1), 15-34.

Moore, T.J. & Hjalmarson, M.A. (2010). Developing measures of roughness: Problem solving as a method to document student thinking in engineering. International Journal of Engineering Education, 26(4), 820-830.