University of North Dakota
DR. MARY BAKER is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of North Dakota. Her research interests include technology in education, methods of teaching that promote conceptual understanding, and mathematics education issues and trends.
Mullendore, G.L., Munski, L. B., Baker, M. (2012). Communicating Climate Change: NASA Global Climate Change Education Program. Middle School Curriculum developed and currently being tested by teachers in Devils Lake Region. Eventually it will be given to NASA for dissemination to schools nationwide.
Munski, L. B., Kirilenko, A. P., Remer, F., Mullendore, G. L., Baker, M. (2012). A Report on an Undergraduate Educational Initiative that uses Multimedia to Present How Climate and Land Use are Interrelated: An Overview of the Communicating Climate Change Program at the University of North Dakota. Prairie Perspectives.
Baker, M. (In Press). Book Review: Making Math Accessible for the At-Risk Student, Grades 7-12 by Linda Ptacek. To appear in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School journal of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Reston, VA.
Olson, A., LeMire, S., Baker, M. (2011). The impact of self-efficacy and peer support on student participation with interactive white boards in the middle school math class. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science, 30(2), 163-178.