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My Research

seeks to support students' fraction understanding, overall mathematics success, and

STEM interest. I strive for my research and its implications for educational practice to reach wide audiences including teachers and parents, and as such, my program is also focused on exploring innovative research dissemination strategies.

Please reach out to me if you would like a copy of any publications!  

 Selected Recent Publications 

Fraction Screener Measures for Elementary Students

Rodrigues, J., Jordan, N. C., & Hansen, N. (2019). Identifying fraction measures as screeners of mathematics risk status.

Journal of Learning Disabilities.

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Fraction Intervention for

Middle School Students

Barbieri, C., Rodrigues, J., Dyson, N., & Jordan, N. C. (2020). Improving fraction understanding in struggling sixth graders: Effects of a number line approach enhanced with cognitive learning principles.

Journal of Educational Psychology.

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Strategies for

Teaching Fractions

Rodrigues, J., Dyson, N., Hansen, N., & Jordan, N. C. (2016). Preparing for algebra by building fraction sense.

Teaching Exceptional Children.

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Visual Abstracts for

Research Dissemination

This article is in the

top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric

Rodrigues, J. (2021). Get more eyes on your work: Visual approaches for dissemination and translation of education research.

Educational Researcher.

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Link to full article on ResearchGate

Twitter thread about the article​​

Mathematics Teachers'

Content-Specific Noticing

Copur-Gencturk, Y., & Rodrigues, J. (2021). Content-specific noticing: A large-scale survey of mathematics teachers' noticing.

Teaching and Teacher Education.

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Fraction Sense

Intervention

Dyson, N., Jordan, N. C., Rodrigues, J., Barbieri, C., & Rinne, L. (2020). A fraction sense intervention for sixth graders with or at risk for mathematics difficulties.

Remedial and Special Education.

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