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Diana Moss

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Regional Campus & Distance Education

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education

Assistant Professor

Contact Information

Office Location: USU - Tooele campus
SendEmail: diana.moss@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, Mathematics Education, University of Nevada, Reno, 2014
An Investigation of Student Learning in Beginning Algebra Using Classroom Teaching Experiment Methodology and Design Research
MA, Applied Mathematics, University of Nevada, Reno, 2008
BA, Discrete Mathematics, University of Nevada, Reno, 2006

Publications - Abstracts

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

      Book Chapters

    • Moss, D., (2018). Collaborative lesson planning: It works for me!: It Works for Me with High-Impact Practices .
    • Moss, D., (2018). Internships with Impact: Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education: It Works for Me with High-Impact Practices .
    • Moss, D., (2018). Writing in the Discipline--Learning the Discourse of Future Professional Communities: It Works for Me with High-Impact Practices .
    • Moss, D., (2016). Writing in mathematics: It works metacognitively.: It Works for Me, Metacognitively .

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    Publications - Fact Sheets

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

          Academic Journal

        • Boyce, S., Moss, D., (2019). A re-emergent analysis of early algebraic learning. The Mathematics Enthusiast, 16:1, 409-436.
        • Moss, D., Lamberg, T., (2019). Conceptions of expressions and equations in early algebra: A learning trajectory. International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning
        • Moss, D., Poling, L., (2019). Using a noticing framework in a mathematics methods course. Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence
        • Moss, D., Bertolone-Smith, C., Lamberg, T., (2018). A framework for reflective practice. Journal of Practitioner Research, 3:2, 1-10.
        • Moss, D., Czocher, J., Lamberg, T., (2018). Frustrations with understanding variables is natural. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 1:24, 10-17.
        • Czocher, J., Moss, D., (2017). Ancient paradoxes can extend mathematical thinking. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 22:7, 438-42.
        • Moss, D., (2017). Bean counting, fog, and snow. Teaching Children Mathematics, 24:1, 10-13.
        • Gupta , D., Lindt, S., Moss, D., (2017). Chewing your way to understanding. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 76:1, 30-6.
        • Czocher, ., Moss, D., (2017). Mathematical modeling: Are prior experiences important?. Mathematics Teacher, 110:9, 654-660.
        • Moss, D., Poling, L., (2016). Trees to pods to beans to chocolate. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 22:1, 64.
        • Moss, D., Lamberg , T., (2016). Using a framework for three levels of sense making in a mathematics classroom. The Australian Mathematics Teacher, 72:2, 25-31.
        • Moss, D., Vega , S., Lamberg, T., (2016). Using linking cubes to explore prime factorization. The Centroid, 42:1, 15-19.
        • Moss, D., Sabo, W.M, (2015). Max the real estate agent. Mathematics Teacher, 109:5, 400.

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        Publications - Literary Journal

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          Publications - MultiMedia

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            Publications - Technical Reports

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              Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                Publications - Other

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                  Scheduled Teaching

                  TEAL 7553 - Mathematics Education Curriculum Content and Evaluation, Fall 2019

                  ELED 4061 - Teaching Elementary School Mathematics I: Rational Numbers, Operations, and Proportional Reasoning, Fall 2019

                  ELED, TEAL 4061, 5560 - Teaching Elementary School Mathematics I: Rational Numbers, Operations, and Proportional Reasoning, Spring 2019

                  ELED 4061 - Teaching Elementary School Mathematics I: Rational Numbers, Operations, and Proportional Reasoning, Fall 2018