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W2021  EDUC 456  Assessment  
 
W2021  EDUC 460.15  Specialization I Secondary Mathematics  

Dr. Chapman is Professor of mathematics education in the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary. She teaches mathematics education courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels and supervises graduate students in mathematics education. She went to school in Toronto. She completed her MSc in mathematics and PhD in mathematics education at the University of Toronto. She taught post secondary mathematics and physics before joining the Faculty of Education at the University of Calgary as a specialist in mathematics education.
Dr. Olive Chapman research and publications focus on: prospective and practicing mathematics teacher thinking, learning, and change; mathematics knowledge for teaching; mathematical thinking, problem solving, problem posing and contextual/word problems; inquirybased mathematics pedagogy, and inquirybased discourse to facilitate mathematical thinking. She is EditorinChief of the International Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.
BSc (combined Honors)  Mathematics and Physics
York University
MSc  Mathematics
University of Toronto
PhD  Mathematics Education
University of Toronto
Gellert, U., Chapman, O., & Becerra, R. (in press, 2011). Research methods in mathematics teacher education. In A. Bishop, M. Clements, C. Kietel, J. Kilpatrick, & F. Leung (Eds.) Third International Handbook of Mathematics Education. New York: Springer.
Chapman, O. & Heater, B. (2010). high school mathematics teacher selfdevelopment in inquirybased teaching. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 13, 6, 445458.
Chapman, O. (2009). Discourse to empower “self” in the learning of mathematics. In M. Tzekaki, M. Kaldrimidou, & H. Sakonidis (Ed.) Proceedings of the 33rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. (vol 2., pp. 297304). Thessaloniki, Greece.
SantosWagner, V.M., & Chapman, O. (2010). Mathematics teachers’ learning through engagement in ‘research projects’: challenges, potential, constraints, and experiences. In M.M.F. Pinto, & T.F. Kawasaki (Eds.) Proceedings of the 34th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 1, pp. 353383). Belo Horizonte, Brazil: University of Belo Horizonte.
Chapman, O. (2010). Teachers’ selfrepresentations in teaching mathematics. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 13, 4, 289294.