About Dr. Carrier

Life long learning . . .

 

Background:

James Carrier, Ph.D.: Dr. Carrier has over 30 years of classroom experience. Precise delivery of instructor-led, curriculum rich, goal laden programs for clients such as Duke University Law School, Duke University Medical Center, and RJR Scientific and Regulatory Affairs speaks of his experience.

  • Ph.D. in Mathematics Education
  • MS in Computer Information Systems
  • Microsoft Certified Professional
  • Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor
  • Full Professor at Guilford Technical Community College (GTCC)
  • Member of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
  • Member of International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, North American Chapter (PME-NA)

HONORS

  • Chosen Webmaster of Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) 2012, a national honor
  • Winner of Excellence in Teaching Award 2012 at GTCC

Publications

  • Carrier, J. (2010). Indicators of Multiplicative Reasoning among Fourth Grade Students. In ProQuest Dissertations, NY: ProQuest LLC.
  • Carrier, J. & Berenson, S. (2010). Multiplicative Reasoning research paper. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, North American Chapter.
  • Carrier, J. & Berenson, S. (2012). Student strategies suggesting emergence of mental structures supporting logical and abstract thinking research paper. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Research Council of Mathematics Learning.
  • Carrier, J. A. (2014). Student strategies suggesting emergence of mental structures supporting logical and abstract thinking: Multiplicative reasoning. School Science and Mathematics, 114(2), 87-96.
  • Carrier, J. A. (2014, March 6). GTCC Spring 2014 Newsletter. Retrieved March 6, 2014, from GTCC Spring 2014 Newsletter by Guilford Technical Community College: https://issuu.com/gtccpublications/docs/spring2014newsletter-4
  • Carrier, James (2015). My Programming Lab. In Pearson Career: Efficacy Report 2015, 1(1), 12-13.

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