**Dana
Christine Cox**

Associate Professor

Department of
Mathematics

209 Bachelor Hall

Oxford, Ohio 45056-3414

Dana.Cox@MiamiOH.edu

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Ph.D.,
Western Michigan University, Mathematics Education

M.A.,
Western Michigan University, Counselor Education and Counseling Psychology

B.A.,
Hope College, Mathematics & German

**ACADEMIC & PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE**

Associate
Professor, Miami University (2014-present)

Assistant
Professor, Miami University (2008-2014)

Fellow,
Service, Teaching and Research (STAR) in Mathematics Education (2009-Present)

Doctoral
Fellow, Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum (2004-2008)

Secondary
Mathematics Teacher (1997-2004)

**RECENT PUBLICATIONS**

Cox, D.C., Harper, S.R. & Edward, M.T. (Under review). Screencasting as a tool to capture moments of authentic creativity.
In V. Freiman & J. Tassell, (Eds.), *Creativity and
Technology in Mathematics Education* (Vol. 9 in *Mathematics
Education in the Digital Era* Series). New York: Springer.

Cox, D.C., Meicenheimer,
J. & Hickey, D. (In press). Eliciting and using Evidence of
Student Thinking: Giving students voice. In D. A. Spanger
& J. J. Wanko, (Eds.), *Research Companion to Principles to Actions. *Reston, VA: NCTM.

Cox,
D.C. & Harper, S.R. (2016). Documenting a developing vision of teaching mathematics
with technology. In M.L. Niess, S. Driskell & K. Hollebrands, (Eds.), *Handbook of Research on Transforming
Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age* (pp. 166-189). Hershey,
PA: IGI Global.

D Ambrosio, B.S. & Cox, D.C. (2015). An Examination of
Current Methodologies in Mathematics Education Through the Lenses of Purpose,
Participation, and Privilege. *Revista** Perspectivas da Educacao Matematica* *8* (18). 687-708.

Cox,
D.C. & D Ambrosio, B.S. (2015). Finding Voice: Teacher Agency and
Mathematics Leadership Development. Submitted to the *Proceedings of the 34 ^{th} annual meeting of the North American
Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*.
East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University.

Cox,
D.C., Naresh, N., D Ambrosio,
B.S., Keiser, J.M. (2014). Repositioning Ourselves: Acknowledging contradiction. *Bolema** 28 *(49).
990-1011.

Edwards, M.T., Harper,
S.R., Quinlan, J., Phelps, S. and Cox, D.C. (2014). Fostering deductive
thinking with angle chasing. *Mathematics Teacher 107 *(6). 426-432.

Cox,
D.C. & Lo, J-J. (2014). Detecting Distortion: bridging visual and quantitative
reasoning on similarity tasks. *Mathematics Education Research Journal, 26 *(1). 1-23*.*

Zelkowsi, J., Gleason, J., Cox, D.C. &
Bismarck, S. (2013). Developing and validating a reliable TPACK instrument for
secondary mathematics preservice teachers. *Journal of Research on Technology
in Education, 46 *(2). 173-206.

Beisiegel, M., Chesler,
J., Cox, D.C., Kenney, R., Newton, J.A., Stone, J.A. (2013). Reconsidering the mathematics preparation of
pre-service secondary mathematics teachers. *Notices of the AMS 60 *(8). 1056-1058.

Cox,
D.C., Chesler, J. Beisiegel,
M., Kenney, R., Newton, J.A., Stone, J.A. (2013). The status of capstone courses for pre-Service secondary mathematics teachers.
*Issues in the
Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of Secondary Teachers, Volume 4
(Curriculum).** *Retrieved
from: http://www.k-12prep.math.ttu.edu/journal/curriculum/beisiegel01/article.pdf.

Cox, D.C. (2013). Similarity at the crossroads of geometry and number. *Mathematical Thinking and Learning*, *15* (1). 3-23.

RESEARCH AREAS

Technology in the
teaching and learning of K-12 mathematics;

Curriculum design; and

Teaching and
learning of geometry proportional reasoning.