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Jamalian, Azadeh
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Human Development

454 GDodge

Educational Background

Teachers College, Columbia University, Cognitive Studies in Education, Ph.D., 2014

Teachers College, Columbia University, Instructional Technology and Media, M.A., 2010

Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Systems Engineering, B.AS., 2008

Scholarly Interests

Book Chapter

Ginsburg, H.P., Jamalian, A., Creighan, S. (2013). How cognitive psychology can contribute to the design of effective math software and learn from it: The example of MathemAntics. To be published in L. English & J. Mulligan, (Eds.), Reconceptualising early mathematics learning.

Journal Articles

Okita, S.Y., Jamalian, A. (2011). Current challenges in integrating educational technology into elementary and middle school mathematics education. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 2(2), 49-58.

Sossi, D., Jamalian, A., Richardson, Sh. (2011). Something drawn, something touched, something scrolled: An exploratory comparison of perimeter and area interventions including Kidspiration. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 2(2), 73-77

Journal Articles In Preparation

Jamalian, A., Ginsburg, H., Tversky, B. (in preparation). Grouping Gestures Promote Children’s Effective Counting Strategies by Adding a Layer of Meaning Through Action

Tversky, B, Jamalian, A., Giardino, V. (in preparation). Gestures for learning and inferring spatial knowledge.

Tversky, B. and Jamalian, A. (in preparation). Gestures alter thinking about time.

Jamalian, A. and Ginsburg, H. (in preparation). Designing math software for little fingers.

Jamalian, A., Mezei, J., Hammer, J., & Kinzer, C. (in preparation). Breath controlled game-play as biofeedback technique


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