22 achievements

Tuska, Agnes

College of Science and Mathematics » Department of Mathematics
Tuska, A.  (2010). One Problem, Many Solutions, More New Problems.  California Mathematics Council Communicator. 34(3), 39-40.
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Tuska, A.  (2010). The surface area of the sphere – How can high school students learn from the best problem solvers?. Presented at Conference History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc.
Tuska, A., & Amarasinghe, R.  (2007). The Effects of Participating in Lesson Studies on Practices of Teaching Mathematics. Presented at Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project’s International Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Tuska, A.  (2006). Lesson study: A Student-Centered Professional Development Opportunity for Teachers.  Thinking Classroom/Peremena: International Journal of Reading, Writing and Critical Reflection. 7(1), 26-29.
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Tuska, A.  (2005). History of Mathematics for Teachers of Upper Grades. Presented at Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, University of Miskolc.
Tuska, A.  (2005). Content Mentoring in Algebra through Lesson Study. Presented at Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields, Honolulu, HI.
Tuska, A.  (2004). Lesson Study: A Student-Centered Professional Development for Teachers. Presented at Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project’s International Conference, Ciechocinek, Poland.
Tuska, A.  (2003). Attempts to Improve the Problem Solving Abilities of Practicing Teachers. Presented at Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project’s International Conference, Brno, Czech Republic.
Tuska, A.  (2002). Developing Number Sense: Resources for Teachers.  California Mathematics Council Communicator. 27(2), 25.
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Tuska, A.  (2002). Book review: 200 Puzzling Physics Problems by P. Gnadig, G. Honyek & K. F. Riley.  Mathematical Association of America.
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Tuska, A., Vari, P., & Krolopp, J.  (2002). Change of Emphasis in the Mathematics Assessment in Hungary.  Educational Research and Evaluation. 8(1), 109-127.
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Tuska, A.  (2001). Book review: Drawbridge Up. Mathematics – A Cultural Anathema by Hans Magnus Enzensberger.  Mathematical Association of America.
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Tuska, A.  (2001). Learning to Count: Language Makes a Difference.  California Mathematics Council Communicator. 25(4), 26-27.
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Tuska, A.  (1998). Book review: Readings in Cooperative Learning for Undergraduate Mathematics by E. Dubinsky, D. Matthews & B. Reynolds.  Mathematical Association of America.
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Tuska, A.  (1998). Frigyes Riesz.  Biographical Encyclopedia of Mathematicians. New York: Marshall Cavendish.
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Tuska, A.  (1998). What do teachers learn from a homework assignment?.  Virginia Mathematics Teacher. 25(1), 9-10.
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Tuska, A.  (1996). The role of graphing in AHSME - IMO - PUTNAM problems. Presented at Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Reading, MA.
Tuska, A.  (1995). What can be learned from cross-cultural studies of mathematics teaching and learning?.  Virginia Mathematics Teacher. 21(2), 7-8.
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Tuska, A.  (1994). Pursuit problems with TI-85. Presented at Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Reading, MA.
Tuska, A.  (1994). The use of examples and non-examples to overcome graphing calculator related false conceptions.  Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. (pp.643-645)
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Tuska, A.  (1992). LOGO - What is it good for?.  Inspiracio. 22-23.
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Vega, O., Amarasinghe, R., Burger, L., Nogin, M., & Tuska, A.  (2013). Exploring Mathematics: Investigations for Elementary School Teachers.  Cognella.
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