Faculty & Staff

Department/SpecializationMathematics, Statistics and Computer Science

Emailmaravmar@uic.edu

Office Phone

  • +1 (312) 996-6168

Location

  • 610 SEO
  • 1570-Q SSB

Mailing Address

851 S. Morgan St.
60607 Chicago , IL

MaraMartinez

Assistant Professor

Mara Martinez is an assistant professor of Math Statistics and Computer Science and an LSRI faculty affiliate. Her interests include using the French Didactique as a theoretical and methodological framework in research in mathematics education.

Education

Ph.D.

Research and Teaching Interests

Mathematics Education, Teaching and Learning of Algebra, Teaching and Learning of Proof, Teacher Education

Selected Publications

Martinez, M & Pedemonte, B (accepted). Relationship between Inductive Arithmetic Argumentation and Deductive Algebraic Proof. Educational Studies in Mathematics.

Superfine, A. C., Li, W. & Martinez, M.V. (2013) Developing preservice teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching: Making explicit design considerations for a content course. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 2(1).

Brizuela, B., Martinez, M., & Cayton-Hodges, G. (2013). The Impact of Early Algebra: Results from a Longitudinal Intervention. Journal Of Research In Mathematics Education, 2(2), 209-241. doi:10.4471/redimat

Martinez, M. V., & Castro Superfine, A. (2012). Integrating Algebra and Proof in High School: Students' Work with Multiple Variables and a Single Parameter in a Proof Context. [doi: 10.1080/10986065.2012.657956].Mathematical Thinking and Learning, 14(2), 120-148.

Martinez, M. V., Brizuela, B. M., & Superfine, A. C. (2011). Integrating algebra and proof in high school mathematics: An exploratory study. The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 30(1), 30-47.

Carraher, D. W., Martinez, M., & Schliemann, A. D. (2009). Introducción temprana al álgebra y a la generalización matemática. 12(ntes) Primer Ciclo, 4, 7-42.

Carraher, D., Martinez, M., & Schliemann, A. (2008). Early Algebra and Mathematical Generalization.  ZDM, 40 (1), 3-22.

Martinez, M., & Brizuela, B. M.  (2006).  A third grader's way of thinking about linear function tables.  Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 25, 285-298.

Professional Affiliations

PME, PMENA, AERA, NCTM

LSRI Projects

A Library of High School Mathematics: Teaching and Learning Videocases;