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Joanne Goodell

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Mathematics, Researcher 

BIO

JOANNE E. GOODELL joined Cleveland State University's Department of Teacher Education as an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in August 1999. She taught high-school mathematics for 13 years in Australia, and was department chair for five years. She received her PhD from Curtin University of Technology, Science and Mathematics Education Center (SMEC) in Perth, Western Australia in 1998. Her previous university positions include Equity and Access for Women in Engineering Coordinator at Curtin University, Mathematics Education Lecturer at Edith Cowan University and Research Director for Ohio's Statewide Systemic Initiative Discovery at Miami University, Oxford Ohio in 1999. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate mathematics methods and practicum courses. 

EXPERTISE

Dr. Goodell's research interests focus on equity, reform and professional development issues in the teaching and learning of mathematics and related disciplines in high-schools and universities. 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Goodell, J. E. (2000). Learning to teach mathematics for understanding: The role of reflection. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development, 2, 48-61.
Goodell, J. E. (Accepted with revisions). Using critical incident reflections in mathematics teacher education. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.
Goodell, J. E., & Parker, L. H. (2001). Creating a connected, equitable mathematics classroom: Facilitating gender equity. In W. Atweh, H. Forgasz & B. Nebres (Eds.), Socio-cultural aspects of mathematics education: An international research perspective. (pp. 411-431). Mahwah, N.J: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Goodell, J. E., Parker, L. H., & Kahle, J. B. (2000). Assessing the impact of sustained professional development of middle-school mathematics teachers. In J. McIntyre & D. Byrd (Eds.), Research on Effective Models for Teacher Education: Teacher Education Yearbook VIII (pp. 27-43). Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
Goodell, J. E., & Parker, L. H. (Accepted with revisions). Defining and equity pedagogy in mathematics education usiing feminist perspectives. Review of Educational Research.
Goodell, J. E., & Yusko, B. (2005). Overcoming barriers to student participation in online discussions. Contemporary Issues in Technology Education [Online serial], 5(1).
Conway, P., Goodell, J. E., & Carl, J. (2002). Educational reform in the United States: Politics, purposes, and processes. In R. Griffin (Ed.), Education in transition: International perspectives on the politics and processes of change (pp. 83-110). London: Symposium Books.