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Rocky Mountain National Park, CO  A. Lajinian, July, 2010
"Mathematics is the science of patterns numerical patterns, patterns of shape, patterns of motion, patterns of behavior, and so on. Those patterns can be either real or imagined, visual or mental, static or dynamic, qualitative or quantitative, purely utilitarian or of little more than recreational interest. They can arise from the world around us, from the depths of space and time, or from the inner workings of the human mind."
~ Keith Devlin, Mathematics: The Science of Patterns, 2000
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Contact Information
Name: Arpi Lajinian Dept: Mathematics Bldg: Old Tappan Email: lajinian@nvnet.org Voicemail: 2017841600 ext. 24181
Extra Help: Tuesday  Thursday after school; other times by appointment. Location: Room F214
Research Interests
Strategies that enhance students' visualization skills in the mathematics classroom
The relationship between spatial reasoning ability and mathematical aptitude in the school setting
The effectiveness of conceptdriven and explorationbased instructional strategies
