Dr. Moore-Russo studies the multiple ways a single mathematical concept is conceptualized, represented, visualized, and communicated.  She recognizes that multiple resources characterize human interaction, communication, and meaning making and considers how physical and digital tools influence learning.  As an extension of this, she also studies how using digital tools and incorporating reflection impact teachers and students and the ways they conceptualize, perceive, and portray mathematics as a dynamic, engaging discipline that goes beyond memorization of rules and equations.

Dr. Moore-Russo also studies the ways that mathematics departments support teaching and learning in  first-year mathematics courses through mathematics tutoring centers, course coordination, TA training, and other efforts.

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