Robert C. Moore, Publications
In Progress

Moore, R. C. (to appear). What constitutes a wellwritten proof? Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, CO. (peer reviewed)

Savic, M., Moore, R. C., & Mills, M. (to appear). Mathematicians’ views on transitiontoproof and advanced mathematics courses. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, CO. (peer reviewed).
Refereed papers

Moore, R. C. (2013, MayJune). Measuring a circle: A math lesson for grades 510. The Journal of Adventist Education 75(4):3033.

Moore, R. C. 1995. Visualizing the group homomorphism theorem. College Mathematics Journal 26:143.

Moore, R. C. 1994. Making the transition to formal proof. Educational Studies in Mathematics 27:249266.

Moore, R. C. 1986. Doubling: Real, complex, quaternion, and beyond . . . Well, maybe. College Mathematics Journal 17:342343.
Professional Journal/Periodical Articles

Moore, R. C. 2001. Nurturing faith in math class. Journal of Adventist Education Summer 3537.

Moore, R. C. 1994. Teaching number sense in the elementary school. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):1217.

Moore, R. C. 1994. Engaging elementary students in geometry and measurement. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):3437.

Hodgson, T. R., & Moore, R. C. 1994. Contemporary ideas for teaching secondarylevel mathematics. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):4446.

Moore, R. C., & Zilliox, J. T. 1989. Geometry and measurement in the elementary school. Elementary Mathematician 3(1):1011.

Matos, J. M., & Moore, R. C. 1989. Taxicab geometry. Reflections 37(1):57.