*Publications*

*Refereed Publications (Journal articles,
proceeding papers, books, etc.)*

Koirala,
H. P. (2005). The effect of mathmagic on the algebraic
knowledge and skills of low-performing high school students. In H. L.
Chick & J. L. Vincent (Eds.), *Proceedings
of the Twenty Ninth Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 3 (pp. 209-216).

Koirala, H. P., & Garcia, H. I. (2004, Spring). Magic
squares: A motivating tool for mathematical and algebraic reasoning. *Connecticut** Mathematics Journal*, 13-20.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003). Secondary school mathematics preservice
teachers’ probabilistic reasoning in individual and pair settings. In N.
A. Pateman, B. J. Dougherty, & J. Zilliox (Eds.), *Proceedings
of the Twenty Seventh Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 3 (pp. 149-155).

Koirala, H. P., & Bowman, J. K. (2003). Preparing middle level
preservice teachers to integrate mathematics and science: Problems and
possibilities. *School Science and
Mathematics, 103*(3), 145-154.

Koirala,
H. P. (2002). Secondary school preservice teachers' understanding of
probability: An experiment with three dice. *Focus
on Learning Problems in Mathematics, 24*(4), 20-34.

Koirala, H. P., & Goodwin, P. M. (2002). Middle-level students learn mathematics
using the *Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School*,
8(2), 86-90.

Koirala,
H. P. (2002). Facilitating student learning through math
journals. In A. D. Cockburn & E. Nardi
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth
Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Vol. 3 (pp. 217-224).

Koirala,
H. P. (2000, Winter). Exploring
mathematics using the United States Map: A thematic unit for the middle school.
*Connecticut** Mathematics Journal*, 9-13.

Koirala, H. P., & *Mathematics
Teaching in the Middle School*, *5*(9),
562-566.

Bowman, J. K., Koirala, H. P., *Computers in the Schools*,
*16*(3/4), 135-149.

Bowman, J. K., Koirala, H. P., *Integration of technology into the classroom: Case studies*
(pp. 135-149).

Koirala,
H. P. (1999). Inconsistencies in preservice teachers'
thinking about probability*.* In
F. Hitt & M. Santos (Eds.), *Proceedings of the Twenty First Annual Conference of the North American
Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*,
Vol. 2 (pp. 479-484).

Koirala,
H. P. (1999). Teaching mathematics using everyday contexts: What if academic
mathematics is lost? In O. Zaslavsky (Ed.), *Proceedings
of the 23rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of
Mathematics Education, *Vol. 3 (pp. 161-168),

Koirala, H. P, Bowman, J. K., & Davis, M. (1999). Integrating
mathematics, science, and technology through the physics of space. In J. D. Price, J. Willis, D. A. Willis,
M. Jost, & S. Boger-Mehall
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the10th
International Conference of the Society for Information Technology &
Teacher Education *(pp. 1502-1506) [CD], San Antonio, TX: Association for
the Advancement of Computing in Education.

Koirala,
H. P. (1998). Preservice teachers' conceptions of probability
in relation to its history. In A. Olivier, & K. Newstead
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the 22nd
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education, Vol. 3* (pp. 135-142),

Koirala,
H. P. (1997). Teaching of calculus for students’ conceptual
understanding*.** The Mathematics Educator, 2*(1), 52–62.

Koirala,
H. P (1997, Spring). Secondary
school mathematics preservice teachers’ understanding of probability. *The **Connecticut**
Mathematics Journal*,
19–25.

Koirala, H. P., & Koe, C.
(1992). Calculus in the secondary schools of *Vector,
34*(1), 56-62.

Koirala,
H. P. (1991). A comparison of problems faced by mathematics educators in
developing and developed countries: A case study of *Tribhuvan**
**University**
Journal, 14*(1), 15-25.

Koirala,
H. P. (1991). *The calculus for beginners:
With basic concepts and applications.*

Koirala,
H. P. (1989). Computers in education: An experience of developed and developing
countries and their possible implications for *Curriculum
Development Quarterly, 12*(1), 13-20.

Koirala,
H. P. (1985). The development of different kinds of geometry
and their teaching implications for *Curriculum
Development Quarterly, 7*(2), 8-14.

Koirala,
H. P. (1984). What is calculus (in Nepali)?
*Curriculum Development Quarterly*,
*6*(2), 16-19.

*Publications
(Refereed abstracts)*

Koirala, H. P., & Davis, M. (2004). Using student work to assess teachers’ pedagogical content
knowledge of mathematics [Abstract]. *Abstracts
of short presentations *(p. 10),* *

Koirala,
H. P. (2003). Student created mathmagic and their relationship to school
algebra. In N. A. Pateman, B. J. Dougherty, & J. Zilliox (Eds.), *Proceedings
of the Twenty Seventh Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 1 (p. 298).

Koirala,
H. P. (2002). Pair problem solving in probabilistic
situations. In D. S. Mewborn et al. (Eds.), *Proceedings of the 24 ^{th} Annual Conference
of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of
Mathematics Education*, Vol. 3,

Koirala,
H. P. (2002). Opening the mathematical horizon using
open-ended tasks. In A. D. Cockburn & E. Nardi
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the Twenty Sixth
Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Vol. 1 (p. 351).

Koirala,
H. P. (2001). Math journals: Tools for the growth of mathematical understanding.
In R. Speiser, C. A. Maher, & C. N. Walter
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the 23 ^{rd}
Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for
the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, Vol. 2,

Koirala,
H. P. (2001). Teaching mathematics methods courses to
prospective elementary school teachers: Five years of reflection. In M. V. D. Heuvel-Panhuizen (Ed.), *Proceedings of the 25 ^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education *(p. 328).

Koirala,
H. P. (2001). Elementary school preservice teachers'
understanding of zero. In M. V. D. Heuvel-Panhuizen
(Ed.), *Proceedings of the 25 ^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education *(p. 403).

Koirala,
H. P. (2000). A teacher educator's dilemma of teaching mathematics education
courses [Abstract]. In Y. Hashimoto & E. *Abstracts of short presentations *(p. 183),* *Tokyo/Makuhari,

Koirala,
H. P. (1996). Conceptions of probability [Abstract]. In R. L. Gonzalez (Ed.), *Book of abstracts of short presentations *(p.
45),* *

*Publications
(Reviews and abstracts, Not refereed)*

Koirala, H. P. (2005, July). A review of “Standards-based mathematics
assessment in middle school: Rethinking classroom practice.” *Choice.*

Koirala,
H. P. (2004, May). A review of “Engaging young children in mathematics: Standards
for early childhood mathematics education.” *Choice.*

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, December). A review of “Which way social justice in
mathematics education?” *Choice*.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, November). A review of “Mathematic*Mathematics Teacher**,
96*(8), 606* *.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, November). A review of “Math wonders to inspire teachers
and students.” *Choice*.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, July). A review of “Math through the ages: A gentle history for
teachers and others.” *Choice*.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, February). A review of “Fractals, graphics, and
mathematics education." *Choice*.

Koirala,
H. P. (2002, September). A review of “Using Internet primary
sources to teach critical thinking skills in mathematics." *Choice* *40*(1).

Koirala,
H. P. (2002, March). A review of “Beyond classical pedagogy: Teaching
elementary school mathematics." *Choice, 39*(7).

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, September). A review of “Sociocultural
research on mathematics education: An international perspective." *Choice,39*(1).

Koirala,
H. P. (2001). A review of “The universal history of computing: From the abacus
to the quantum computer.” *Mathematics Teacher, 94*
(6), 520.

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, May). A review of “Beyond formulas in mathematics and teaching:
Dynamics of the high school algebra classroom." *Choice, 38*(9).

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, January). A review of “Innovations in science and mathematics
education: Advanced designs for technologies of learning." *Choice, 38*(3).

Koirala,
H. P. (2000, September). A review of “Symbolizing and communicating in
mathematics classrooms: Perspectives on discourse, tools, and instructional
design." *Choice, 38*(1), 188.

Koirala,
H. P. (2000). A review of “What counts: How every brain is hardwired for
math.” *Mathematics Teacher, 93*(4), 354-5.

Koirala,
H. P. (1999). A review of “Word problems: Research and curriculum reform.” *Choice, 37*(1), 203.

Koirala,
H. P. (1999). A review of “Mathematics: Its power and utility.” *Mathematics Teacher, 92*(4), 371.

Koirala,
H. P. (1995). *Conceptions
of probability held by preservice teachers of secondary school mathematics*.
Dissertation Abstract, DAI, Vol. 57-03A (AAINN05990).

*Conference
Presentations (International, All refereed and invited)*

Koirala,
H. P. (2005, July). The effect of mathmagic on the algebraic
knowledge and skills of low-performing high school students. Research report presented at the *Twenty Ninth Annual Conference of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*,

Koirala, H., & *10 ^{th} International Congress on
Mathematical Education*,

Koirala, H., & *10 ^{th}
International Congress on Mathematical Education*,

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, July). Secondary school mathematics preservice
teachers’ probabilistic reasoning in individual and pair settings.
Research report presented at *the Twenty
seventh Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of
Mathematics Education/25 ^{th} Annual Conference of the North American
Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, University of Hawaii,
Honolulu, HI.

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, July). Student created mathmagic and their relationship to school
algebra. Poster presented at *the Twenty
seventh Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of
Mathematics Education/25 ^{th} Annual Conference of the North American
Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, University of Hawaii,
Honolulu, HI.

Koirala,
H. P. (2002, October). Pair problem solving in probabilistic
situations. Poster presented at* *the* 24th Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics *Education,* *The University of
Georgia,

Koirala,
H. P. (2002, July). Facilitating student learning through
math journals. Research report presented at *the Twenty Sixth Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*,

Koirala,
H. P. (2002, July). Opening the mathematical horizon using
open-ended tasks. Poster presented at *the Twenty Sixth Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*,

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, October). Math journals: Tools for the growth of mathematical
understanding. Paper presented at* *the* 23 ^{rd} Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics *Education,

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, July). Teaching mathematics methods courses to
prospective elementary school teachers: Five years of reflection. Paper
presented at* the 25 ^{th}
Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Freudenthal Institute,

Koirala,
H. P. (2001, July). Elementary school preservice teachers'
understanding of zero. Poster presented at* the 25 ^{th} Conference of the International Group for the Psychology
of Mathematics Education*, Freudenthal Institute,

Koirala, H. P., Bowman,
J. K., Davis, M. & Edmonds, L. E (2000, August). Changing the teaching
of math and science in the middle grades using graphing calculators. Session
presented at the *9th International
Congress of Mathematical Education* (ICME, WGA11, The
Use of Technology in Mathematics Education), Tokyo/Makuhari,

Koirala, H. P. (2000, August*). *A teacher
educator’s dilemma of teaching mathematics education courses. Poster
presented at the *9th International
Congress on Mathematical Education *(ICME), Tokyo/Makuhari,

Koirala,
H. P. (1999, October). Inconsistencies in preservice
teachers' thinking about probability*.** *Research report presented at the *Twenty First Annual Conference of the North
American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Av. Instituto Politecnico
Nacional,

Koirala,
H. P. (1999, July). Teaching mathematics using everyday contexts: What if
academic mathematics is lost? Research
report presented at the *23 ^{rd}
annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology,

* 10th International Conference of the Society for Information
Technology & Teacher Education*,

Koirala,
H. P. (1998, July). Preservice teachers' conceptions of
probability in relation to its history. Research report presented at the
*22nd annual Conference of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*,

Koirala, H. P. & Stoloff, D.
L. (1997, June). Developing borderless curriculum through the internet. Paper/workshop
presented at the *7th International
Conference on **Thinking*

Koirala,
H. P. (1996, July). Conceptions of probability. Poster
presented at the *8th International
Congress on Mathematical Education* (ICME),

*Conference
Presentations (National, All refereed and invited)*

Koirala,
H. P. (2005, January). Curriculum mapping
as a means of addressing the NCATE/NCTM program standards in secondary
mathematics teacher preparation.* *Session
presented at the ninth annual meeting of the *Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators*,

Koirala,
H. P. (2004, January). Development of an assessment task and rubric to measure secondary
school preservice teacher candidates’ content, pedagogical, and professional knowledge. Session presented
at the eighth annual meeting of the *Association
of Mathematics Teacher Educators*,

Koirala,
H. P. (2003, October). Linking assessment of secondary teacher candidates to standardized
performance assessment of high school students. Paper presented at the annual
meeting of the *School Science and
Mathematics Association*,

Koirala, H. P., & Garcia, H. I. (2003, April). From magic squares to algebra: A realistic approach. Session presented at the *81 ^{st} annual meeting of the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Koirala, H. P., & *.** *Session presented at *the 79 ^{th} annual meeting of the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Koirala, H. P., & Bowman, J. K. (2001, January). Integrating
mathematics and science: Issues in preparing teacher*s*. Session presented at *the
Fifth Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators*,

Koirala, H. P., & *. *Session presented at the *78 ^{th} annual meeting of the
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Bowman, J. K., & Koirala, H. P. (2000, April). Constructing integrated middle level
unit plans using the learning cycle. Session presented at *the national convention of the National Science Teachers Association*
(NSTA),

Koirala,
H. P. (1999, April). Introducing algebra using mathmagic.
Session presented at *the 77th Annual
Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Koirala,
H. P. (1998, April). Magic squares: Their roles in motivating students to learn
mathematics. Session presented at the *76th
Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Koirala,
H. P. (1997, April). Integrating mathematics and social
studies through the *75th Annual Meeting of
the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics* (NCTM),

Bowman, J. K. & Koirala, H. P. (1997, March). Learning to teach
teachers: Struggles of two teacher educators. Paper presented at the
annual meeting of the *American
Educational Research Association* (AERA),

Koirala,
H. P. (1996, April*). *Preservice teachers’ use of everyday experiences in solving
probability problems. Paper (round table) presented at the annual
meeting of the *American Educational
Research Association* (AERA),

Koirala,
H. P. (1995, April). Do university mathematics graduates use probability in
their everyday lives? Paper (round
table) presented at the annual meeting of the *American Educational Research Association* (AERA),

Koirala,
H. P. (1995, April). Feeling the resistance. Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the *American
Educational Research Association* (AERA), (as a part of an Interactive
symposium on *Learning to Teach
Prospective Teachers to Teach for Understanding*),

Koirala, H. P (1994, June). Teaching mathematics
through students' everyday experiences. Paper (roundtable) presented at
the annual meeting of the *Canadian
Society for the Studies in Education *(CSSE),

Koirala, H. P (1994,
April). *Social *issues in
mathematics textbooks in *American
Educational Research Association* (AERA),