Resume for Marian Small

Education

1968 Adelphi University B.A.(Math, English)
1971 University of British Columbia M.A.(Math Education)
1973 University of British Columbia Ed.D.(Math Education)

Positions Held

1973 Assistant Professor, UNB
Faculty of Arts/Faculty of Education
1977 Associate Professor, UNB
Faculty of Education
1983 Professor of Education, UNB (until 2006)
1979-1985 Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1988-1989 Chair, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
1996-1999 Associate Dean of Education
1999-2006 Dean of Education
Summer 2012 Professor, University of Alberta

Current Position

Dean and Professor Emerita, University of New Brunswick

Research Reports, Articles and Chapters in Books (since 2014)

Small, M. (2014). “Who Doesn’t Belong?” Oncore, Spring 2014,40–46.

Small, M. (2014). “Building Foundations of Proportional Reasoning in the Elementary Grades” Vector, Fall 2014,14–24.

Small, M. (2014). “Algebraic Generalizations in Grade 3? Really!” Oncore, Fall 2014,3–8.

Small, M. and Lin A. (forthcoming). “Feedback in Mathematics.” In Lipnevich, A. and Smith, J. Cambridge Handbook of Instructional Feedback. Cambridge University Press.

Books (since 2012)

Small, M. et al., Leaps and Bounds 7-8. Nelson Education Ltd, 2012.

Small, M., Making Math Meaningful for Canadian Students, K-8, 2nd ed. Toronto: Nelson Education Ltd, 2012.

Small, M., Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Instruction, 2nd ed. New York: Teachers College Press, 2012.

Small, M. and Lin, A., Eyes on Math: A Visual Approach to Teaching Math Concepts. New York: Teachers College Press, 2013.

Small, M., Uncomplicating Fractions. New York: Teachers College Press, 2013.

Small, M.  Uncomplicating Algebra. New York: Teachers College Press, 2014.

Small, M. Building Proportional Reasoning Across Grades and Math Strands, K–8. New York: Teachers College Press, 2015.

Small, M.  Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Number Sense and Numeration, K – 3. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2015.

Small, M.  Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Number Sense and Numeration, 4 – 8. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2015.

Small, M. Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons: Number, K – 3. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2016.

Small, M. Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons: Number, 4 – 6. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2016.

Small, M.  Open Questions for Rich Math Lessons: Number, 7 – 9. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing Inc., 2016.

Small, M. Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Measurement and Patterning and Algebra, K–3. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2016.

Small, M. Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Measurement and Patterning and Algebra, 4 – 8. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2016.

Small, M.  Making Math Meaningful to Canadian Students, 3rd edition. Toronto: Nelson Education, 2017.

Small, M. Teaching Mathematical Thinking: Tasks & Questions to Strengthen Practices and Processes. New York: Teachers College Press, 2017.

Small, M. Good Questions: Great Ways to Differentiate Mathematics Instruction in the Standards–Based Classroom, 3rd ed. New York: Teachers College Press, 2017.

Small, M. and Tackaberry, R. Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Geometry and Spatial Sense and Data Management and Probability, K – 3. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2017.

Small, M. and Tackaberry, R. Open Questions for the Three-Part Lesson: Geometry and Spatial Sense and Data Management and Probability, 4 – 8. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2018.

Small, M.  Fun and Fundamental Math for Young Children. New York: Teachers College Press, 2018.

Small, M. Math Up. Oakville: Rubicon Publishing, Inc., 2018.

Presentations 2018 

83 days of presentations in Ontario, Alberta, Manitoba, B.C., Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, New York, Colorado, Texas, Florida, Missouri, Connecticut

Presentations for: elementary teachers, secondary teachers, principals, elementary coaches, secondary coach, Board and Ministry officials