Addressing Challenges to the Precalculus through Calculus II Sequence through Case Studies: Report Based on the National Science Foundation Project Progress through Calculus. MAA Notes volume 92. 2022. Co-edited with Estrella Johnson, Naneh Apkarian, Kristen Vroom, Antonio Martinez, and Chris Rasmussen.
Case studies of interventions in the Precalculus through Calculus II sequence. It is available at https://www.maa.org/sites/default/files/pdf/pubs/books/members/NTE92.pdf. CLICK HERE to access the Introduction with a description of the study and the contents of this volume.
Report of the workshop held at the MAA Carriage House in Washington, DC, March 17–19, 2016
Teaching and Learning of Calculus. 2016. Co-authored with Imène Ghedamsi, Victor Martinez-Luaces, and Günter Törner
Click HERE to download a free copy of the pdf file.This survey focuses on the main trends in the field of calculus education. Despite their variety, the findings reveal a cornerstone issue that is strongly linked to the formalism of calculus concepts and to the difficulties it generates in the learning and teaching process. As a complement to the main text, an extended bibliography with some of the most important references on this topic is included. Since the diversity of the research in the field makes it difficult to produce an exhaustive state-of-the-art summary, the authors discuss recent developments that go beyond this survey and put forward new research questions.
Insights and Recommendations from the MAA National Study of College Calculus. MAA Notes Volume, 2015. Co-edited with Vilma Mesa, and Chris Rasmussen.
Results of a five-year study of mainstream post-secondary Calculus I in the United States. Eleven articles by 17 of the researchers who worked on the NSF project Characteristics of Successful Programs in College Calculus. PDF is available for free download.
The Rademacher Legacy to Mathematics. 1994. Co-edited with George E. Andrews and L. Alayne Parsons. This book contains papers presented at the Hans Rademacher Centenary Conference, held at Pennsylvania State University in July 1992. The astonishing breadth of Rademacher's mathematical interests is well represented in this volume. The papers collected here range over such topics as modular forms, partitions and q-series, Dedekind sums, and Ramanujan type identities. Rounding out the volume is the opening paper, which presents a biography of Rademacher. This volume is a fitting tribute to a remarkable mathematician whose work continues to influence mathematics today.