Dr. Barbara Dougherty is a professor and the Richard G. Miller Endowed Chair of Mathematics Education in the College of Education at the University of Missouri. Dougherty's research areas include using measurement to develop mathematical concepts for grades 1-5 and prekindergarten number concepts; exploring strategies to support struggling learners in mathematics, including tiers 2 and 3 in the response to intervention process; and developing assessments that support the progress-monitoring system for learners in algebra.
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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support: What are Effective, Research-informed Interventions and Strategies? (Grades 2-6)
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Start Your New School Year Right: How High School Teachers Can Build a Whole-School Agreement
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Start Your New School Year Right: How Middle School Teachers Can Build a Whole-School Agreement
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Start Your New School Year Right: How Elementary School Teachers Can Build a Whole-School Agreement
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Opportunities and Challenges at District and School Levels: Making Back to School and Teaching Mathematics Work for All Students and Teachers
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Implementing the Grades 6-8 Common Core State Standards with NCTM Resources
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