Conference and Journal Papers

Byerley., James, C., Moore-Russo, D., Rickard, B. Mills, M., Heasom, W., Oien, J., Farthing, C., Burks, L., Ferreira, M., Mammo, B., Moritz, D. (2020) Characteristics of Ten Tutoring Centers. RUME Conference.

Byerley (2019) Calculus students’ fraction and measure schemes and implications for teaching rate of change functions conceptually. Journal of Mathematical Behavior.

Boyce, S., Byerley, C., Grabbhorn, J., Tyburski, B., Darling, A. (2019) Relationships Between Calculus Students Structures for Static and Dynamic Reasoning. Proceedings of the PMENA.

Byerley Boyce, Grabhorn, Tyburski (2019) Investigating STEM Students’ Measurement Schemes with a Units Coordination Lens. RUME Conference.

Byerley, Moore-Russo, James, Johns, Rickard, Mills (2019) Defining the Varied Structures of Tutoring Centers: Laying a Foundation for Future Research. RUME Conference.

Byerley, Campbell, Rickard (2018) Evaluation of Impact of Calculus Center on Student Achievement. RUME Conference.

Byerley & Thompson (2017) Secondary mathematics teachers’ meanings for measure, slope, and rate of change. Journal of Mathematical Behavior. 

Thompson, Hatfield, Yoon, Joshua, Byerley (2017) Covariational Reasoning among U.S. and South Korean Secondary Mathematics Teachers.  Journal of Mathematical Behavior

Yoon, Byerley, & Thompson (2015) Teachers’ meanings for average rate of change in U.S.A. and Korea. RUME Conference.

Byerley & Thompson (2014) Secondary teachers’ relative size schemes. PMENA Conference.

Thompson, Carlson, Byerley & Hatfield (2013) Schemes for thinking with magnitudes: A hypothesis about foundational reasoning abilities in algebra.

Thompson, Byerley & Hatfield (2013)  A conceptual approach to calculus made possible by technology. Computers in the Schools.

Byerley & Hatfield (2013) Pre-Service secondary teachers’ meanings for fractions and division. RUME Conference.

Weber, Tallman, Byerley & Thompson (2012) Introducing the derivative via calculus triangles. The Mathematics Teacher.

Byerley, Hatfield & Thompson (2012) Calculus Student Understandings of Division and Rate. RUME Conference.

Byerley & Gordon (2006) Measures of Aberrancy. Real Analysis Exchange.

Published Creative Non-Fiction

Byerley (2013) Inspiration: Family Style

Unpublished Writing

Byerley, Seyalioglu & Czabo (2006) Number Theory Hungarian Style

During the Budapest Semesters in Mathematics Program I turned my professor’s Number Theory lectures into an introductory textbook for the course. Hakan Seyalioglu added more problems and proofs and edited my work during his time in Budapest. The last I heard, the online book is still used by undergraduates in Budapest.

Undergraduate Thesis: Fermat’s Last Theorem, n = 14

I found a sketch of the proof for n=14 in a book and spent a few months filling in the details for my senior project at Whitman College.

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