Author D. R. Liss II
David R. Liss II is a mathematics teacher and researcher pursuing his doctorate in mathematics education at the University of Georgia. David’s dissertation research involves conducting a teaching experiment to develop models of the development of students’ mathematical thinking, specifically with regards to students’ construction of intensive quantities and rates.
Liss II D. R. (2014) Examining the Roles of Feedback and Models of Student Thinking in Pursuing Instructional Goals Inspired by Radical Constructivism. Constructivist Foundations 9(3): 407–409. Fulltext at

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