**Pre-service teachers’ understanding of and confidence with mathematics:**

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LeSage, A. (2013). *Math4Teachers Video Clips: A supplemental resource for supporting pre-service elementary mathematics teachers*. In Martinovic, D., Freiman, V., & Karadag, Z. (Eds.), Visual Mathematics and Cyberlearning. Series: Mathematics Education in a Digital Era, Vol. 1.

LeSage, A. (2012). Adapting math instruction to support prospective elementary teachers. *Interactive Technology and Smart Education (ITSE). 9*(1)*. doi: 10.1108/17415651211228077*

LeSage, A. (May, 2011). *Supporting elementary pre-service teachers’ understanding of mathematic. *Paper presented at The Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE). Fredericton, New Brunswick.

LeSage, A. (July, 2011). *So much to do, so little time: Supporting elementary pre-service teachers’ sense of rational numbers. *Paper presented at The International Association for Development of the Information Society e-Learning Conference (IADIS). Rome, Italy.

**Mathematics Reform Teaching:**

Ross, J.A., Hogoboam-Gray, A., McDougall, D., & LeSage, A. (2003). A Survey Measuring Elementary Teachers’ Implementation of Standards-based Mathematics Teaching. *Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. **34 (4),* 344 – 363*.*

McDougall, D., Ross, J. A., & LeSage, A. (2001). *Development of a Rubric to Measure Mathematics Teacher Reform.* Paper presented at the Proceedings of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North America (PME-NA). Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ross, J., McDougall, D., & LeSage, A. (2001). *The contribution of textbooks to the implementation of reform: The case of Quest 2000. *In D. McDougall (Ed.), OISE Papers in Mathematics Education, 2, p.35 – 50. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Ross, J. A., McDougall, D., & LeSage, A. (2001). *Implementation of Grade 1-8 Mathematics. A review of Quest 2000 textbooks*. Technical Report. Peterborough, ON: OISE/UT Trent Valley Centre.

Ross, J.A., McDougall, D., & LeSage, A. (2001).* Evaluation of Math-E-motion Summer Institute*. Technical Report. Peterborough, ON: OISE/UT Trent Valley Centre.

**Students At-Risk in Mathematics:**

LeSage, A. (2010). Review of Continuum Based Mathematics Professional Development Project. Final Report to the Durham Catholic District School Board. Technical Report. Oshawa, Ontario: UOIT.

LeSage, A. (2010). Student Understanding of Number Sense: Error Analysis. Supplemental Report to the Durham Catholic District School Board. Oshawa, Ontario: UOIT.

LeSage, A. (January, 2009). Students at-risk: What can they tell us about teaching and learning mathematics? Paper presented at the *International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI). Vancouver, British Columbia.*

LeSage, A. (2006). *Programming, Remediation and Intervention for Students in Mathematics – North Eastern Ontario [PRISM-NEO]*. Final Report to the Ministry of Education on the PRISM-NEO Research. (PDF). Also available on-line at: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/studentsuccess/lms/files/prism/PRISMreportNEO.pdf

**Audience Response Systems (aka ” Clickers“): **

Kay, R. H., LeSage, A., & Knaack, L. (2010). Examining the use of audience response systems in secondary school classrooms: A formative analysis. *Journal of Interactive Learning Research, **21(3).*

Kay, R. H., & LeSage, A. (2009). Examining the benefits and challenges of using audience response systems: A review of the literature. *Computers and Education. 53(3),* 819 – 827.

Kay, R. H., & LeSage, A. (2009). A strategic assessment of audience response systems used in higher education. *Australian Journal of Educational Technology**. 25(2),* 235 – 249. Available on line at http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet.html**.**

LeSage, A. (2002). *Developing Algebraic Thinking Through Open Explorations: The phenomena of C.O.W’s at Colegio Bolivar*. In D. McDougall (Ed.), OISE Papers in Mathematics Education, 2, p.35 – 50. Toronto: University of Toronto Press**. **

**Children’s Literature and Mathematics:**

LeSage, A. (2013). Don’t count on the quality of children’s counting books. Paper to be presented at the 57th International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) World Assembly. Bangkok, Thailand. (PDF)

LeSage, A. (2012). *Beyond the “WOW factor”: **A framework for selecting children’s literature for teaching mathematics**. *Paper presented at The Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE). Waterloo, Ontario.

**Mathematics Life Histories: **

LeSage, A. (2005). *Reconstructing mathematics practices: Two stories of teacher change and curriculum reform.* Unpublished Doctoral thesis, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of theUniversity ofToronto,Toronto,Ontario.

LeSage, A. (2004). *Life Stories and Concept Maps: Potential Tools for Understanding Mathematics Beliefs and Practices. *Paper presented at the Proceedings of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North America (PME-NA). Toronto, Ontario.

**Cross Cultural Immersion (International Teachers):**

LeSage, A. (2007). *Cross-Cultural Immersion: A Catalyst for Influencing Teacher Identity and* *World-views. *Paper presented at the International Study Association for Teachers and Teaching (ISATT) Conference. St. Catharines, Ontario.

LeSage, A. (1999). *Exploring the relationship between international teachers’ mathematics beliefs and instructional practices*. Unpublished Master thesis, Nipissing University, North Bay, Ontario.