Charles Hohensee, Ph.D.

2011 Math & Sci Educ (Jnt Doc SDSU) University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Mathematics Education
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Joanne Lobato grad student 2011 UCSD
 (Backward Transfer: How Mathematical Understanding Changes as One Builds Upon It.)
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Hohensee C. (2016) Student noticing in classroom settings: A process underlying influences on prior ways of reasoning Journal of Mathematical Behavior. 42: 69-91
Lobato J, Walters CD, Hohensee C, et al. (2015) Leveraging failure in design research Zdm - Mathematics Education. 47: 963-979
Hohensee C. (2015) Preparing elementary prospective teachers to teach early algebra Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education
Jansen A, Hohensee C. (2015) Examining and elaborating upon the nature of elementary prospective teachers’ conceptions of partitive division with fractions Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education
Hohensee C. (2014) Backward Transfer: An Investigation of the Influence of Quadratic Functions Instruction on Students' Prior Ways of Reasoning About Linear Functions Mathematical Thinking and Learning. 16: 135-174
Lobato J, Hohensee C, Diamond JM. (2014) What can we learn by comparing students' diagram-construction processes with the mathematical conceptions inferred from their explanations with completed diagrams? Mathematics Education Research Journal. 26: 607-634
Lobato J, Hohensee C, Rhodehamel B. (2013) Students' mathematical noticing Journal For Research in Mathematics Education. 44: 809-850
Lobato J, Hohensee C, Rhodehamel B, et al. (2012) Using Student Reasoning to Inform the Development of Conceptual Learning Goals: The Case of Quadratic Functions Mathematical Thinking and Learning. 14: 85-119
Lobato J, Rhodehamel B, Hohensee C. (2012) "Noticing" as an Alternative Transfer of Learning Process Journal of the Learning Sciences. 21: 433-482
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