Honors Program

Honors in Teacher Education

Date of Award


Thesis Professor(s)

Rosalind Gann

Thesis Professor Department

Curriculum and Instruction

Thesis Reader(s)

Ryan Nivens, Marcia Dosser


Historically, mathematics education has consisted of rote learning through workbooks and textbooks, leaving students with the thought that mathematics is dull, unimaginative, and inaccessible. Educators have looked for ways to change these views of students, one current suggestion being through the integration of children's literature in the mathematics curriculum. To further investigate this suggestion, the study "Integrating Children's Literature in an Elementary School Mathematics Classroom" was conducted in a 3rd grade Johnson City Classroom to determine how students reacted to the integration of literature in a mathematics classroom.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

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