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David Slavit's Research Interests College of Arts & Sciences, College of Education

Recent Work

* = Shared first author status

Slavit, D., & Lesseig, K. (in press). The development of teacher knowledge in support of student mathematical inquiry. Problems, Resources, and Issues in Mathematics Undergraduate Studies (PRIMUS).

Lesseig, K., Nelson, T. H., Slavit, D., & Seidel, R. (in press). Supporting middle school teachers’ implementation of STEM design challenges. School Science and Mathematics.

Seidel, R., Lesseig, K., Nelson, T. H., & Slavit, D. (in press). Implementing STEM design challenges in classrooms. School Science and Mathematics.

Slavit, D., Nelson, T. H., & Lesseig, K. (2016). The teachers’ role in developing, opening, and nurturing an inclusive STEM-focused school. International Journal of STEM Education, 3(7).

Slavit*, D. & McDuffie*, A. R. (2013). Self-directed teacher learning in collaborative contexts. School Science and Mathematics, 113(2), 94-105.

Slavit, D., Nelson, T. H., & Deuel, A. (2013). Teacher groups’ conceptions and uses of student-learning data. Journal of Teacher Education, 64(1), 8-21.

Nelson*, T. H., Slavit*, D., & Deuel, A. (2012). Two dimensions of an inquiry stance toward student learning data. Teachers College Record, 114(8), 1-42.

Slavit, D., Kennedy, A., Lean, Z., Nelson, T. H., & Deuel, A. (2011). Support for professional collaboration in middle school mathematics: A complex web. Teacher Education Quarterly, 38(3), 113-131.

Kennedy, Anne, Deuel, Angie, Nelson, Tamara Holmlund, & Slavit, David (2011). Distributed leadership in professional learning communities. Phi Delta Kappan, 92(8), 20-24.

Slavit, David, Nelson, Tamara Holmlund, & Kennedy, Anne (2010). Laser focus on content strengthens teacher teams. Journal of Staff Development, 31(5), 18-22.

Slavit, David & Nelson, Tamara Holmlund (2010). Collaborative teacher inquiry as a tool for building theory on the development and use of rich mathematical tasks. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 13(3), 201-221.