Contact Information
Hiroko Warshauer, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Curriculum vitae Office: MCS 579 Email: hw02@txstate.edu Phone: 512.245.8024 Research Interest
Mathematics education, curriculum & professional development

Dr. Hiroko Kawaguchi Warshauer received her Ph. D. in mathematics education from the University of Texas at Austin in 2011. Her research interests include areas of teaching and learning that foster productive struggle and investigation of professional teacher noticing of student thinking at preservice and inservice levels. She is coauthor of the Math Explorations curriculum, a Texas Mathworks middle school textbook series state adopted in Texas and the Mathworks Junior Summer Math Camp curriculum. She provides professional development to support curriculum implementation. She is the Mathworks research coordinator, overseeing Mathworks related research about summer math camps, teacher training, curriculum, and classroom interactions with faculty and doctoral students in mathematics and mathematics education.
Selected Publications
• Bhattacharyya, S., Namakshi, N., Zunker, C., Warshauer, H. K., & Warshauer, M. (2016). Mystery Fractions. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 22(1), 5259.
• Warshauer, H. K., Namakshi, N., Bhattacharyya, S., Zunker, C. (2016). Developing Preservice Teacher Noticing of Productive Struggle. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 38th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PMENA), Tucson, AZ,
• Warshauer, H. (2015). Productive Struggle in Middle School Mathematics Classrooms. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 18(4), 375400. doi 10.1007/s1085701492863.
• Warshauer. H. (2015). Strategies to Support Productive Struggle. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 20(7), 390393.
• Warshauer, H., Strickland, S., Namakshi, N, Hickman, L., & Bhattacharyya. (2015). Development of Preservice Teacher Noticing in a Content Course. In (Eds.) T. Bartell, K. Bieda, R. Putnam, K. Bradfield, & H. Dominguez, Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the North America Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education. East Lansing:PME.
• Starkey, C., Warshauer, H., & Warshauer, M. (2015). Using Journals to Support Learning: Case of Number Theory and Proof. In (Eds.) T. Bartell, K. Bieda, R. Putnam, K. Bradfield, & H., Proceedings of the 37th Conference of the North America Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education. East Lansing:PME.
• Warshauer, H., Strickland, S., Hickman, L., & Namakshi, N. (2014). Relating preservice teacher noticing with mathematical knowledge for teaching. In C. Nichol, S. Oesterle, P. Liljedahl, & D. Allan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education and the 36th Conference of the North American Chapter of the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 6). Vancouver, Canada: PME
• Warshauer, H., McCabe, T., & Warshauer, M. (2016). Math Explorations Part 1. Champaign: Stipes Publishing.
• McCabe, T., Warshauer, H., & Warshauer, M. (20146). Math Explorations Part 2. Champaign: Stipes Publishing.
• Warshauer, M., White, A., McCabe, T., & Warshauer, H. (2016). Algebra. Champaign: Stipes Publishing.
Current Projects/Grants:
• CoPI on Future Aerospaceengineers and Mathematicians Academy (FAMA) funded by NASA for $412,000 over three years to offer STEM experiences to underserved and underrepresented elementary and middle school students in summer camps and family community programs beginning Oct. 2015.
• CoPI on Meadows Foundation grant for $ 75,000 until June 2017. Work with undergraduate and graduate students participating in the Mathworks Summer Camps and Curriculum projects. Goal to recruit undergraduate students to future careers as math/science teachers.
• CoPI on Summer STEM Funding for $66,4000 from JuneAugust 2017 to work with participants and projects in the Junior Summer Math Camp