André Mack, Assistant Professor
Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin
- Math Education
- Teacher Education
- Learning Theory
- Math Learning Technology
- Generative Activity Design
Ratka A., Demps, E. and Mack, A. (In press). The effect of prior experience with aseptic
techniques on learning outcomes in a sterile compounding laboratory. Course. Currents
in Pharmacy Teaching and Learning.
Quinlan, J. and Mack, A. J. (In review). Understanding the Nature of Software Utilization
in Mathematics. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society.
Mack, A.J. (In review). The Role of Mathematical Aesthetic in Network-Supported Generative
Design: A Case Study. Journal of Research in Mathematics Education.
Niess, M. and Mack, A.J. (2009). Visual Thinking, Visual Data, and Mathematics Education.
In J. Pedersen and K. Finson’s (Eds.), Drawings as Visual Data: Processes and Procedures
for Educational Research. The Netherlands: Sense Publishing.
Mack, A.J. (2007). The Role of Mathematical Aesthetic in Network-Supported Generative
Design: A Case Study. Dissertation presented for the completion of requirements for Ph. D.
degree at the University of Texas at Austin.
Stroup, Kaput, Mack, et al. (2002). The Nature and Future of Classroom Connectivity:
The Dialectics of Mathematics Structuring the Social Sphere. Paper presented at the annual
meeting of Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America, Athens, GA.
Department of Mathematics
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MSC 172 Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Kingsville, Texas 78363-8202
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