Investigations in Number, Data, and Space ©2012

Investigations in Number, Data, and Space ©2012
 
 

Authors

 

Susan Jo Russell

 

Susan Jo Russell

Principal Scientist
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Susan Jo Russell is the principal investigator of the Investigations in Number, Data, and Space® curriculum project and was the principal investigator of Developing Mathematical Ideas, a professional development curriculum series for elementary and middle-grade teachers. Her most recent publication, Connecting Arithmetic to Algebra focuses on supporting teachers to integrate a focus on generalizing about the operations into their core arithmetic instruction.

Karen Economopoulos

Karen Economopoulos

Senior Project Director
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Karen Economopoulos is the co-director of the Investigations Implementation Center which supports teachers, schools, and districts that are implementing Investigations. During her 20 years at TERC, Karen’s work has focused primarily around the development of Investigations.

Keith Cochran

Keith Cochran

Senior Project Director
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Keith Cochran is the co-director of the Investigations Implementation Center which supports teachers, schools, and districts that are implementing Investigations.  He recently co-directed the development of Investigations and the Common Standards and was a senior author of the grades 3–5 Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum.

Megan Murray

Megan Murray

Project Director
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Megan Murray is the director the Investigations website and is the editor of the quarterly Investigations newsletter.  She is a senior author of both Investigations in Number, Data and Space® K-2, and Investigations and the Common Common Core. Megan is also a staff member of the Investigations Implementation Center which supports teachers, schools, and districts that are implementing the Investigations curriculum.

Arusha Hollister

Arusha Hollister

Research and Development Specialist
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Arusha Hollister is an author of the 2nd Edition of Investigations in Number, Data, and Space curriculum and more recently worked on the CCSS edition of the curriculum. She is presently working on video for the Investigations website and TERC professional development and is conducting field research in 3rd grade classrooms focusing on the new CCSS materials.

Virginia Bastable

Virginia Bastable

Director, SummerMath for Teachers
Mount Holyoke College South Hadley, Massachusetts

Virginia Bastable is the Director of the SummerMath for Teachers program at Mount Holyoke College and a senior writer on the grades 3–5 revisions of Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum project with a special focus on early algebra.

Katie Bloomfield

Katie Bloomfield

Research and Development Specialist
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Katie Bloomfield is a Research and Development Specialist at the Education Research Collaborative at TERC in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a senior writer on the grades 3–5 revisions of Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum project.

Nancy Horowitz

Nancy Horowitz

Research and Development Specialist
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Nancy Horowitz is a Research and Development Specialist at the Education Research Collaborative at TERC in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a senior writer on the grades 3–5 revisions of Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum project.

Debroah Schifter

Deborah Schifter

Senior Scientist
Education Development Center Newton, Massachusetts

Deborah Schifter is a Senior Scientist at the Education Development Center in Newton, Massachusetts and a senior writer on the grades K–2 revisions of Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum project with a special focus on early algebra.

Lucy Wittenberg

Lucy Wittenberg

Project Director
Education Research Collaborative, TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts

Lucy Wittenberg is a Project Director at the Education Research Collaborative at TERC in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is the director of the grades 3–5 development team of the revisions of Investigations in Number, Data and Space® curriculum project.