Faulkner Pubs


Faulkner, V.N., Stiff, L.V., Marshall, P.L., Nietfeld, J., Crossland, C.L. (In press). Race and teacher evaluations as predictors of algebra placement. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 45(3) pp. 288-311.

Faulkner, V.N., (2013).  Language, Math, and the Common Core.  Phi Delta Kappan, 95 (2), pp. 59-63.  This is a live link – article open to the public through May, 2015 (Thanks to Kappan magazine).

Faulkner, V.N., Cain, C., (2013). Improving the Mathematical Content Knowledge of General and Special Educators: Evaluating a Professional Development Module That Focuses on Number Sense. Teacher Education and Special Education, May 2013 vol. 36 no. 2 115-131.  Published online before print March 25, 2013, doi:10.1177/0888406413479613

Faulkner, V.N., Crossland, C.L., Stiff, L.V. (2013). Predicting Eighth-Grade Algebra Placement for Students with an IEP: Math Performance versus Teacher Perception. Exceptional Children. 79 (3) pp. 329

Cain, C., & Faulkner, V.N. (2011) Teaching number in the early elementary years. Teaching Children Mathematics 18(5), 288-295.

Faulkner, V. (2009). The Components of Number Sense: An instructional model for teachers. Teaching Exceptional Children 41(5), 24-30.   The Components of Number Sense, Graphic


Faulkner, V. & Dupree, S. (2010). The Foundations of Algebra: Student Text and Teacher Resource Book. Portland, Maine: Walch Education.

Faulkner, V. & Dupree, S. (2010). Introduction to High School Mathematics: Student Text and Teacher Resource Book. Portland, Maine: Walch Education.

Predicting Student Eighth Grade Mathematics Placement, 2010. Electronic publication through NC State.


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