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Suzanne White Brahmia

Associate Professor
Suzanne White Brahmia

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My primary research area is mathematization in physics: Novice-to-expert transition, Quantification, Proportional Reasoning, Negativity, Symbolizing, Covariational reasoning, Inventing with Contrasting Cases. I am also currently exploring the impacts of Assessable Learning Objectives (ALOs) on teaching and learning: Standardizing ALOs across the introductory curriculum, Impact of ALOs on student learning and on faculty practices. See my professional page for more detail on these and other areas in which I am, or have been, active.​

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Spring 2023

Spring 2022

Spring 2018

Winter 2018

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