Robert C. Moore, Publications

In Progress

  1.  Moore, R. C. (to appear). What constitutes a well-written proof? Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, CO. (peer reviewed)
  2. Savic, M., Moore, R. C., & Mills, M. (to appear). Mathematicians’ views on transition-to-proof and advanced mathematics courses. Proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, Denver, CO.  (peer reviewed).

Refereed papers

  1. Moore, R. C. (2013, May-June). Measuring a circle: A math lesson for grades 5-10. The Journal of Adventist Education 75(4):30-33.
  2. Moore, R. C. 1995. Visualizing the group homomorphism theorem. College Mathematics Journal 26:143.
  3. Moore, R. C. 1994. Making the transition to formal proof. Educational Studies in Mathematics 27:249-266.
  4. Moore, R. C. 1986. Doubling: Real, complex, quaternion, and beyond . . . Well, maybe. College Mathematics Journal 17:342-343.

Professional Journal/Periodical Articles

  1. Moore, R. C. 2001. Nurturing faith in math class. Journal of Adventist Education Summer 35-37.
  2. Moore, R. C. 1994. Teaching number sense in the elementary school. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):12-17.
  3. Moore, R. C. 1994. Engaging elementary students in geometry and measurement. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):34-37.
  4. Hodgson, T. R., & Moore, R. C. 1994. Contemporary ideas for teaching secondary-level mathematics. Journal of Adventist Education 56(3):44-46.
  5. Moore, R. C., & Zilliox, J. T. 1989. Geometry and measurement in the elementary school. Elementary Mathematician 3(1):10-11.
  6. Matos, J. M., & Moore, R. C. 1989. Taxicab geometry. Reflections 37(1):5-7.
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