• Stillwater OK

Juliana Utley,  Ph.D.

Education

Education

PHD Doctorate

2004
Oklahoma State University

Professional Education Studies, Mathematics Education. July 2004. Oklahoma State University. Dissertation: Impact of a Non-Traditional Geometry Content Course on Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Attitudes and Teaching Efficacy.

M.S.

2000
Oklahoma State University

Curriculum and Instruction, Mathematics Education. July 2000. Oklahoma State University.

B.S.

1982
Oklahoma State University

Mathematics and Secondary Mathematics Education. May, 1982. Oklahoma State University.

Work History

Work History

Interim Associate Dean for Research, Engagement and Graduate Studies

2015 - Present
College of Education

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

Interim School Head

2015 - Present
School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership

 Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK

Associate Professor

2011 - Present
Oklahoma State University

Alice Phillips Professor of Elementary Education, School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK  Undergraduate courses taught: Teaching Mathematics at the Intermediate Level. Graduate courses taught: Algebra Across the Elementary Classroom; Geometry, Spatial Visualization, and Learning Trajectories at the Elementary Level(PK-6), Rational Numbers and Classroom Discussions(PK-8), Conducting and Designing Mixed Methods Research

Assistant Professor

2006 - 2011
Oklahoma State University

School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Undergraduate courses taught: Teaching Mathematics at the Intermediate Level, Teaching Mathematics at the Primary Level, and Interdisciplinary Curriculum Design and Development, and Senior Seminar in Elementary Education. Graduate courses taught: Problem Centered Learning in Mathematics, Intermediate Mathematics Education, Integrating Mathematics and Science Education, Algebra Across the Elementary Classroom, Algebraic Structures for Teachers, Assessment and Evaluation in Mathematics Education, Geometric Structures for Teachers, and Conducting Mixed Methods Research.

Visiting Assistant Professor

2004 - 2006
Oklahoma State University

School of Teaching and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Undergraduate courses taught: Teaching Geometry in the Secondary School, Teaching Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics, Teaching Mathematics at the Intermediate Level, and Teaching Mathematics at the Primary Level. Graduate courses taught: Research, Design, and Methodology and Using Technology in the Mathematics Classroom.

Research Assistant and Graduate Teaching Assistant

1999 - 2004
Oklahoma State University
Research Assistant and Graduate Teaching Assistant, and Curriculum Leadership, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK. Courses taught: Teaching Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics, Teaching Mathematics at the Intermediate Level, and Teaching Mathematics at the Primary Level.

Lecturer

1999 - 2003
Department of Mathematics, Oklahoma State University

 Courses taught: College Algebra, College Algebra & Trigonometry, Elementary Calculus, and Geometric Structures for Elementary Teachers.

High School Mathematics Teacher

1997 - 1999
Yale Public Schools

 Yale, OK. Courses taught: Algebra I, Pre-Algebra, Eighth Grade Mathematics, and Gifted & Talented.

High School Mathematics Teacher

1988 - 1997
Department Chair, Tuttle Public Schools

Tuttle, OK. Courses taught: Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, Geometry, Algebra I.

High School Mathematics Teacher/mathematics

1983 - 1988
Mathematics Department Chair, Sequoyah Public Schools

 Claremore, OK. Courses taught: Pre-Calculus, Algebra II, Geometry, Algebra I, General Mathematics, Consumer Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Programming(BASIC and FORTRAN).

Mathematics Teacher

1982 - 1983
Stillwater Middle School

Stillwater Public Schools, Stillwater, OK. Courses taught: Sixth Grade Mathematics and Remedial Sixth Grade Mathematics.

Awards and Honors

 Awarded, Regents Distinguished Teaching Award, September 2014

Awarded, College of Education, Faculty Excellence Teaching Award, Oklahoma State University, May 2014

Awarded, OCTM Service Award, Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics, June 2010

Awarded Outstanding Presentation by an Educational Professional, Joint Fall conference of the Association of Colleges of Teacher Education, Oklahoma Association of Teacher Educators, and the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation,  November 2007

Publications (Peer Reviewed)

Colston, N., Thomas, J., Ley, T., Ivey, T., & Utley, J. (in review). Collaborating for Broader Impacts in STEM Career Awareness: A Comparison of Three Engineer Outreach Prototypes. Submitted to the Journal of Engineering Education, September 2015.

Moseley, C., Utley, J., Angle, J. & Mwavita, M. (in review). Development of the environmental education teaching efficacy belief instrument (EETEBI). Submitted to Journal of Environmental Education, submitted October 2014; revised and resubmitted August 2015.

Hammack, R., Ivey, T., Utley, J., & High, K. (in press). Effect of an Engineering Camp on Students’ Perceptions of Engineering and Technology: A Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Pre-College Engineering Education Research.

Johnson, C. C., Moore, T. J, Breiner, J., Burton, S. R., Utley, J, Johnson, H., Walton, J., Peters-Burton, E., & Parton, C. L. (2015). The STEM Road Map for Grades 6-8. In C. C. Johnson, E. Peters-Burton, and T. J. Moore (Eds.), STEM Road Map: A Framework for Integrated STEM (pp. 96-123). New York, NY: Routledge.

Ivey, T., Thomas, J., Colston, N., Ley, T., & Utley, J. (2014). Engineering is everywhere: Engaging Engineers in elementary teacher training. Proceedings of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Jacksonville, FL.

Colston, N., Thomas, J., Ivey, T., Utley, J., & Ley, T. (2014). Engineer-led videos: A broader impacts model. Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education, Midwest Section.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2012). Prospective elementary teachers’ development of fraction number sense. Investigations in Mathematics, 5(2), 1-13.

Aichele, D.B., Francisco, C., Tree, R., Utley, J., & Wescoatt, B. (2012). Computer-aided instruction: College Algebra students’ perceptions. MathAMATYC Educator, 4(1), 54-62.

K. High, J. Utley, & J. Angle. (2012). The Effect of University Research Experiences on Middle Level Math and Science Instructors Perceptions. Proceedings of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) Frontiers in Education Annual Conference, Seattle, WA. DOI: 10.1109/FIE.2012.6462481

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2011). Prospective Elementary Teachers Development of Fraction Number Sense. Proceedings of the 34th Annual Meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North American Chapter.

Aichele, D. B., Francisco, C., Utley, J., & Wescoatt, B. (2011). Computer-Aided College Algebra: Learning Components that Students Find Beneficial. MathAMATYC Educator, 2(2), 12-19.

Utley, J. (2011). Dams. In S. J. Greenwald and J. E. Thomley (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Mathematics and Society (pp. 283-284). Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press.

Moseley, C., Perrotta, B., & Utley, J. (2010). The Draw-An-Environment Test Rubric (DAET-R): Exploring Preservice Teachers’ Mental Models of the Environment. Environmental Education Research, 16 (2), 189-208.

Moseley, C., Huss, J., & Utley, J. (2010). Assessing K-12 Teachers’ Personal Environmental Education Teaching Efficacy and Outcome Expectancy. Journal of Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 9(1), 5-17.

Reeder, S., Utley, J., & Cassel, D. (2009). Using Metaphors for Inquiry into Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Beliefs about Mathematics Teaching and Learning. School Science and Mathematics, 109(5), 290-297.

Utley, J. & Showalter, B. (2009). Power and Privilege. In Wang, H. & Olson, N. (Eds.), A Journey to Unlearn and Learn in Multicultural Education. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (2008). Elementary Teacher Candidates’ Understanding of the No Child Left Behind Legislation. Teacher Education and Practice, 21(1), 89-102.

Moseley, C., & Utley, J. (2008). An Exploratory Study of Preservice Teachers’ Beliefs About the Environment. Journal of Environmental Education, 39(4), 15-29. DOI:10.3200/JOEE.39.4.15-30

Utley, J. & Showalter, B. (2007). Preservice Elementary Teachers' Visual Images Of Themselves as Mathematics Teachers. Focus on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 29(3), 1-14.

Utley, J. (2007). Construction and Validation of Geometry Attitude Scales. School Science and Mathematics, 107(3), 89-93.

Utley, J. & Parsons, S. (November, 2007). “It really made a difference to me”: Long term effects and “up to the minute” insights from a successful teacher education partnership. Proceedings of the Joint Fall conference of the Oklahoma Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Oklahoma Association of Teacher Educators and the Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (2007). Developing Fraction Understanding in Prospective Elementary Teachers. Proceedings of the 30th Annual Meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North American Chapter.

Moseley, C. & Utley, J. (2006). Effect of an Integrated Science and Mathematics Content-Based Course on Science and Mathematics Teaching Efficacy of Pre-service Elementary Teachers. Journal of Elementary Science Education, 18(2), 1-14.

Utley, J., Moseley, C., & Bryant, R. (2005). Relationship Between Science and Mathematics Teaching Efficacy of Preservice Elementary Teachers. School Science and Mathematics, 105(2), 40-45.

Utley, J. & Wolfe, J. (2004). Geoboard Areas – Student’s Remarkable Ideas. Mathematics Teacher, 97(1), 18-26.

Utley, J. & Reinke, K. (2000). Pre-service Teachers Proportional Reasoning Strategies. Abstract published in Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education – North American Chapter.

Technical Reports

Utley, J. (2012). Elementary Education NCATE Accreditation Report.

Utley, J. (2012). Yearly Elementary Education Report submitted to Oklahoma State Assessment Office.

Utley, J. (2012). Elementary Education Program Data for submission to National Council on Teacher Quality.

Utley, J. (2011). Elementary Education 5-Year Report to the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

Professional Publications (Book Reviews)

Utley, J. (2011). Book Review: Teaching and Learning Mathematics: Translating Research for Secondary School Teachers edited by Frank Lester. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 16(7), 446. 2011.

Utley, J. (2010). Book Review: Mathematics Coaching Handbook: Working with Teachers to Improve Instruction by Pia M. Hansen. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 15(8), 493-494.

Utley, J. (2008). Book Review: How the Brain Learns Mathematics by David A. Sousa. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 14(3), 190.

Utley, J. (2008). Book Review: Understanding Mathematics and Science Matters edited by T. A. Romberg, T. P. Carpenter, and F. Dremock. School Science and Mathematics, 108(2), 86.

Utley, J. (2006). Book Review: The Art of Problem Posing by S. I. Brown and M. I. Walter. School Science and Mathematics, 106(4), 209-210.

Utley, J. (2005). Book Review: Technology-Supported Mathematics Learning Environments edited by W. J. Masalski and P. C. Elliott. School Science and Mathematics, 105(8), 433.

Professional Publications (non-Refereed)

Utley, J. (2009, Spring). Tower of Hanoi. Oklahoma Council of Teachers of Mathematics Newsletter.

Utley, J. (2007, Winter). Consecutive number task. The Oklahoma Mathematics Teacher, 12-13.

Funded Research Projects - External

Duration

Role

Source

Amounted funded

2015

External Evaluator

Geometry and Algebra Leadership of Oklahoma (GALO)

Title II, Part A, Teacher Quality State Grant Program

Submitted by Jennifer Bryan (PI), Oklahoma Christian

$9,708

2015

External Evaluator

Project EXTEND

Title II, Part B, Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP)

Submitted by Osage County InterLocal Consortium (PI)

$12,226

2014-2019

PI

Oklahoma State University Mathematics and Science Robert Noyce Scholarships.

NSF – DUE – Noyce Scholarships. Submitted with Drs. Kristen Baum, Julie Angle, and Alan Noell

$1,193,095

2014-2019

Faculty – Co-PI

OSUteach

National Math + Science Initiative (NMSI). Submitted with Dean Pamela Carroll (PI), Dean Bret Danilowicz

$1,450,000

2013-2014

Co-PI

Enhancing Elementary Engineering Excellence (E4): Creating a STEM Pipeline

Oklahoma State Department of Education: Mini MSP Grant Submitted with Toni Ivey (PI), Becky Hammack (Co-PI) and Karen High (Co-PI)

$75,000

2013

Co-PI

Working Together to Grow Teachers and Schools.

Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation: P12 Clinical Partnership Category. Submitted with Drs. Sue Parsons (PI) and Toni Ivey (Co-PI)

$5,000

2013

PI

Transforming Teacher Education: Examining the Performance of Preservice Elementary Students.

Oklahoma Commission for Teacher Preparation: Performance Assessment Category. Submitted with Drs. Toni Ivey (Co-PI) and Sue Parsons (Co-PI)

$5,000

2013-2014

Co-PI

Development of Videos for Recruitment of Teachers in Shortage Areas in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education: Connection Grant Program.   Submitted with Dr. Christine Ormsbee (PI) and Co-PIs Drs. Julie Angle, Adrienne Redmond-Sanogo, and Toni Ivey.

$9,000

2009-2011

Senior Personnel

Transitioning Engineering Research to Middle Schools (TERMS)

NSF – Research Experience for Teachers. Submitted with Drs. Karen High (PI) and Alan Cheville (Co-PI). Grant Funded for $430,000.

$25,527

2008-2009

PI

Building Bridges Between University Faculty and Novice Mathematics And Science Teachers Using a Professional Learning Community Model

Minority Teacher Recruitment Grant. Submitted with Dr. Julie Thomas (Co-PI)

$6,230

2008-2010

Co-PI

Collaborative Research: Engineering Students for the 21st Century

EEC-Engineering Education.   Submitted by Dr. Alan Cheville (PI) and Co-PIs Drs. Richard Bryant, Charles Bunting, Elizabeth Reiten, and Keith Teague. Grant funded for $881,397. (Note: Replaced Dr. Richard Bryant as Co-PI)

$162,314

2004-2005

Co-PI

Geometry: Visualization and Manipulation for Understanding

No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title II, Part A, Submitted with Dr. Darlinda Cassel (PI).

$183, 804

Total External Funding

$2,953,100

Funded Research Projects - Internal

Duration

Role

Source

Amounted funded

2013

Co-PI

Influences of an Extended Field Experience on Student Teaching Performance and Learning. Provost Research Teaching Grant. Submitted with Sue Parsons (PI) and Toni Ivey (Co-PI)

$1,500

2012

PI

Using Digital Videos to Enhance Teacher Preparation. Student Technology Fee. Submitted with Dr. Toni Ivey (Co-PI)

$7,030.

2006

PI

Enhancing Teacher Candidates Knowledge and Value of Technology in the Mathematics Classroom

Student Technology Fee

$27,940

Total Internal Funding

$36,470

Other Funded Grant Activity

2005-2007

Workshop

Facilitator

Oklahoma Center for Innovation in Teaching Excellence, No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title II, Part B.   Participated for two years in intensive professional development activities that included one week in the summer and 8 meetings during each school year. PI’s Gayla Hudson (OSU), Dr. Roderick Smothers (Langston Univ.), and Dr. Kay Grant (Northeastern OSU).

 

2004

Research Assistant

Teaching Assistant

Workshop Facilitator

Geometry: Visualization and Manipulation for Understanding, No Child Left Behind Grant. Participation included accepting applications, communications with participants, ordering materials, and a workshop facilitator. (PI – Dr. Darlinda Cassel, OSU, STCL)

 

2002

Grant Writer

Research Assistant

 

Geometric Structures for the Elementary Teacher (GEOSET), CCLI-Education Materials Development proposal, submitted to NSF, June 6, 2002, $500,000. Participated in the writing of the grant proposal and worked on the grant as a research assistant and with materials development. In addition, attended and presented at the first summer training institute. (PI’s – Dr. John Wolfe and Dr. Doug Aichele, OSU Mathematics Department) (Funded for $375,000 in February 2003)

1999

Research Assistant

Teaching Assistant

 

Rich Problem-solving Contexts: Integrating math and reading curricula for elementary teachers” DUE proposal, submitted to NSF, June 9, 1997, funded, $150,000. Participated as a graduate research/teaching assistant. Participation included setting up meetings, organizing 2nd meeting of the advisory committee and visit of the external evaluator, and preparation of final report. (PI’s – Dr. Kay Reinke, Dr. Kouider Moktari, and Dr. John Wolfe, OSU STCL and Mathematics Departments)

National and International Conference Presentations (refereed)

Utley, J. (2015). High Yield Geometry Routines. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Boston, MA.

Utley, J. (2015). Revisiting Geometric Constructions: Construct and Describe. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. Boston, MA.

Utley, J. Reeder, S., & Redmond-Sanogo, A. (2015). Development of the Draw a Mathematics Teacher Test and Rubric. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Las Vegas, NV.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2015). Effect of Elementary Mathematics Specialist Coursework on Elementary Teachers’ Mathematical and Leadership Beliefs. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.

Reeder, S., Utley, J., Conrady, K., Cassel, D., Lucas, C. & Redmond-Sanogo, A. (2015). The Oklahoma Elementary Mathematics Specialist Certification Program: From Development to Implementation. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.

Thomas, J., Ivey, T., Colston, N., & Utley, J. (2014). Engaging Rural Elementary Educators and Students in Engineering Education. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Ivey, T., Thomas, J., Colston, N., Ley, T., & Utley, J. (2014). Engineering is Everywhere: Engaging Engineers in Elementary Preservice Teacher Training. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Utley, J., Reeder, S. & Redmond-Sanogo, A. (2014). “My Mathematics Classroom”: Validating the Draw-A-Mathematics-Teacher-Test Checklilst. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Ivey, T., Utley, J., Hammack, B., & High, K., (2014). Enhancing Engineering Education in the Elementary School. Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics Association, Jacksonville, FL.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2014). Folding in the Mathematical Practices with Construct and Describe Problems. Paper presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, New Orleans, LA.

Utley, J. & Ivey, T. (2014). Elementary Teachers’ Perceptions of Mathematical Applications in Engineering. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, San Antonio, TX.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (2014). A Snapshot of a State’s Mathematics Teacher Workforce. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, San Antonio, TX.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2013). Examining the Oklahoma Elementary Mathematics Specialist Program. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics, San Antonio, TX.

Parsons, S., Utley, J. Ivey, T., & Stein, B. (2013). A Tale of Two Programs: Influences of Previous Field Experiences on Student Teaching. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Chicago, IL.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (2013). Elementary Mathematics Specialist in Oklahoma: Programs and Research. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Tulsa, OK.

Utley, J., & Reeder, S. (2012). Peyton walked 7/8 of a mile: Examining Pre-Service Elementary Teachers' Fraction Scenarios. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics, Birmingham, AL.

Utley, J., Angle, J., & High, K. (2012). Transitioning Engineering Research Practices into Secondary Science and Mathematics Classrooms. Poster presented at the University of Minnesota, STEM Conference, Minneapolis, MN.

Utley, J., Pope, K., & Redmond, A. (2012). Examining the Experiences of Novice Mathematics and Science Teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Charlotte, NC.

Angle, J. & Utley, J. (2011). Challenges of Transitioning Engineering Research to Middle Schools. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics, Colorado Springs, CO.

Jordan, P., Angle, J., Ivey, T., Thomas, J., Redmond, A., & Utley, J. (2011). Evaluating Mathematics and Science Teacher Leadership Through a Graduate Program. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics, Colorado Springs, CO.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (2011). Prospective Elementary Teachers Development of Fraction Number Sense. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American Chapter, Reno, NV.

Parsons, S., Utley, J. & Ivey, T. (2011). Growing Teachers in the Field: Research and Experience in a Teacher Education Partnership. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum, Denver, CO.

Utley, J., Redmond, A., & Orona, C. (2011). Relationship between Pre-Service Elementary Teachers Mathematical Learning Experiences and their Belief about Mathematics. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Cincinnati, OH.

Utley, J. (2010). Class Openers that Enhance the Learning of Mathematics. Paper Presented at the annual Conference of School Science and Mathematics, Fort Myers, FL.

Utley, J., Thomas, J., Redmond, A., & Pope, K. (2010). Reviewing the Experiences of Novice Mathematics and Science Teachers: Encouragers and Discouragers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

Thomas, J., Utley, J., Redmond, A., & Pope, K. (2010). Considering Resilience and Early Career Science and Mathematics Teacher Retention: A Case Study. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Education Research Association, Denver, CO.

Pope, K. & Utley, J. (March, 2010). Relationships between Metacognitive Awareness, Teaching Efficacy, and Attitudes of Pre-Service Elementary Teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Conway, AK.

Utley, J. (January, 2010). Investigating the needs of early career mathematics and science teachers. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Irvine, CA.

Pope, K. & Utley, J. (October, 2009). Relationships between Metacognitive Awareness, Teaching Efficacy, and Attitudes of Pre-Service Elementary Teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association, Reno, NV.

Utley, J., Thomas, J., Pope, K., & Redmond, A. (October, 2009). Examining the Needs of Mathematics and Science Teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association, Reno, NV.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (April, 2009). Growing Your Students’ Algebraic Reasoning with Hands-on Growth Patterns. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Washington DC.

Utley, J. (March, 2009). Assessing Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Mathematical Dispositions. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Rome, GA.

Moseley, C., Perrotta, B., & Utley, J. (November, 2008). The Draw-An-Environment Test and Rubric (DAET-R) as a valid assessment of environmental beliefs. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association, Raleigh-Durham, NC.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (November, 2008). Strategies to Increase Student Understanding of Multiplication and Division of Fractions. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association, Raleigh-Durham, NC.

Utley, J. & Parsons, S. (Oct, 2008). Long-term Effects of a Collaborative, Experiential Teacher Education Program. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. Austin, TX.

Redmond, A., & Utley, J. (March, 2008). Exploring Prospective Elementary Teachers Content Knowledge and Attitudes Toward the Teaching and Learning of the Division of Fractions. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Edmond, OK.

Reeder, S., & Utley, J. (January, 2008). Understanding Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs About Mathematics Teaching and Learning Through Metaphor Analysis. Paper presented at the 12th annual conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Tulsa, OK.

Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (November, 2007). Prospective Elementary Teachers Perceptions about Fractions. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Indianapolis, IN.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (October, 2007). Developing Fraction Understanding in Prospective Elementary Teachers. Paper presented at the 29th annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American Chapter. Lake Tahoe, NV.

Moseley, C. & Utley, J. (July-August, 2007). Ethnicity as a Construct in Influencing Enviornmental Education Teaching Efficacy Beliefs.  Paper presented at the 11th GLOBE Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX. 

Utley, J. & Reeder S. (March, 2007). Exploring Pre-service Elementary Teachers’ Fraction Sense. Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Cleveland, OH.

Cassel, D., Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (March, 2007). Sharing Research Results From a Middle School Geometry Grant. Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Cleveland, OH.

Parsons, S., Utley, J. & Brown, S. (January, 2007). Growing teachers and other learners at all levels: OSU's ExCEL Program. Paper presented at the 11th annual Holmes Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Utley, J. & Cassel, D. (October, 2006). Preservice Teachers’ Abilities to Use Thinking Strategies and to Construct Ten. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. Charlotte, NC.

Utley, J. (October, 2006). Developing Number Sense with Prospective Teachers: Unlearning Fractions. Paper to be presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Missoula, MT.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (April, 2006). Unlearning Fractions: Developing Number Sense with Prospective Teachers. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. St. Louis, MO.

Cassel, D., Utley, J. & Reeder, S. (April, 2006). “Mummy Math:” Using Literature to Discover #-D Shapes and Characteristics. Presentation at the Annual Conference of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. St. Louis, MO.

Reeder, S. & Utley, J. (February, 2006). Unlearning Fractions: Working with Teacher Candidates to Build Fraction Number Sense. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Las Vegas, NV.

Carnes, G., Utley, J., & Carnes, J. (February, 2006). Learning in the Algebra classroom using Jigsaw III. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Las Vegas, NV.

Cassel, D., & Utley, J. (February, 2006). Pre-Service Teachers’ Notion About Constructing Ten. Paper presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Las Vegas, NV.

Moseley, C. and Utley, J. (November, 2005). Science and Mathematics Content Knowledge vs Teaching Efficacy and Outcome Expectancy. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the School Science and Mathematics Association. Dallas, TX.

Utley, J. and Scott, M. (October, 2005). Issues related to the development of an interdisciplinary unit across courses. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. Austin, TX.

Reeder, S. and Utley, J. (October, 2005). Prospective teachers’ understanding of No Child Left Behind: Questions and concerns. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Association for Teaching and Curriculum. Austin, TX.

Utley, J. & Showalter, B. (February, 2005). Prospective elementary teachers’ visual images of teaching mathematics. Paper presented at the 32nd Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Little Rock, AR.

Utley, J. (January, 2005). The effect of a non-traditional geometry course on prospective elementary teachers’ attitudes. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Dallas, TX.

Utley, J. (February, 2004). A Reform-Based Geometry Course: Characteristics and Student Attitudes.   Paper presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Oklahoma City, OK.

Utley, J. & Reinke, K. (January, 2001). Proportional reasoning: Pre-service teachers’ strategies. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Costa Mesa, CA.

Utley, J. & Reinke, K. (October, 2000). Pre-service teachers’ proportional reasoning strategies. Poster presented at the 22nd annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American Chapter. Tucson, AZ.

Regional Presentations for National Organizations (Refereed)

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