Unfolding Fraction MultiplicationTerry Wyberg, Stephanie R. Whitney, Kathleen A Cramer,
Debra S. Monson and Seth Leavitt
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Terry Wyberg teaches at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul.
Stephanie R. Whitney, a doctoral candidate in mathematics education at the University of Minnesota, works on the Rational Number Project.
Kathleen A. Cramer is Wyberg’s colleague at the University of Minnesota. Cramer’s and Wyberg’s research interests focus on the teaching and learning of rational numbers.
Debra S. Monson is an assistant professor in the School of Education at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Her research interests include teacher beliefs.
Seth Leavitt teaches at Field Middle School in Minneapolis. He is interested in improving math instruction in kindergarten through high school.