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Hamilton Hardison

Assistant Professor

Office: Elliott B319
Phone: 512.245.4020
Research Interest
Students' Mathematical Thinking, Quantitative Reasoning, Angle Measure, Mathematical Classroom Discourse

Dr. Hardison's primary research interests lie in investigating students' mathematical thinking. His current research focuses on modeling students' constructions of quantities (e.g., angularity, length, etc.), how these constructions change over time, and how they vary across contexts.  His additional interests include studying mathematical classroom discourse and discussing radical constructivism.