I enjoy teaching at the undergraduate level in the elementary and middle school mathematics education programs. At the graduate level I teach theory and research coursed in the Master's and Doctoral programs.
My research is focused on two main areas of interest: the development of elementary and middle school students' probabilistic and statistical reasoning and issues related to teacher development
Mooney, E. S., Langrall, C. L., & Hertel, J. (2014). A practitional perspective on probabilistic thinking and frameworks. In E. Chernoff & B. Sriraman (Eds.), Probabilistic thinking: Presenting plural perspectives (pp. 495-507). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.
O’Hanlon,W., Barker, D., Langrall, C., Dossey, J., McCrone, S., and El-Zanati, S. (2014). Mathematics research experiences for preservice teachers: Applying the scholarship of teaching and learning. In C. Bennett and J. Dewar (Eds.), MAA Notes Volume: Doing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Mathematics.
Langrall, C., Nisbet, S., Mooney, E., & Jansem, S. (2011). The role of context expertise when comparing data. Mathematical Thinking and Learning, 13, 47-67.
Outstanding University Researcher Award
Illinois State University
Department of Mathematics
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