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Lindsay A. Gold, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, STEM Mathematics

Full-Time Faculty

School of Education and Health Sciences: Teacher Education

Contact

Email: Lindsay Gold, Ph.D.
Phone: 937-229-3378
Raymond L. Fitz Hall, Room 680R
Curriculum Vitae: Read CV

Degrees

  • Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction Mathematics Education, Ohio University
  • M.S.Ed. in Educational Leadership-Principal Licensure, University of Dayton
  • B.S.Ed. in Elementary Education, University of Dayton

Professional Activities

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics
  • Mathematical Association of America
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Women and Mathematics

Research Interests

  • STEM education
  • Financial literacy
  • Early childhood education
  • Elementary education
  • Teacher education
  • Mathematics education
  • Professional development

Selected Publications

Gold, L. A. (2021). Financial literacy in the Ohio K–2 classroom: A mixed-methods study. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary, and Early Years Education. DOI: 10.1080/03004279.2021.1905018

Gold, L. A. (2021). After the fall: A story of hope and perseverance. The Elementary STEM Journal, 25(3), 26–31.

Driskell, S. O., Gold, L. A., & Herick, D. (2020). Tiny Houses, Big Learning. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 85, 18–30.

Evans, L. A., & Gold, L. A. (2019). Premathematics skills in infants: Numerosity as a game. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. https://doi.org/10.1177/2F1463949119840755

Gold, L. A. (2018). Financial Literacy in the Elementary Classroom: Integrate not Recreate. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics. https://library.osu.edu/ojs/index.php/OJSM/article/view/6322/5070

Gold, L. A., Ashurst, J. M. (2018). Stacking Algebraic Thinking. Mathematics Teacher/National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 111(7), 560. https://www.nctm.org/Publications/Mathematics-Teacher/2018/Vol111/Issue7/Stacking-Algebraic-Thinking/

Books

Gold, L. A., Houston, M. S., Bay-Williams, J. M., Ashurst, J. M. (2018)., On the Money: Math Activities to Build Financial Literacy K-5 (pp. 206). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Selected Presentations

International

Gold, L. A., Sturgill, D. (2019, March 9). After the fall: A STEAM activity with humpty dumpty. Presentation at the T3 International Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Gold, L. A., T3 International Conference, "Mathematical Masterpieces: Using the iPad to Nspire Students to Learn Fractions, Decimals, and Percents," Texas Instruments, San Antonio, TX. (March 2, 2018).

Gold, L. A. (Presenter & Author), Houston, M. S. (Presenter & Author), 2017 T3 International Conference, "Exploring the truth behind the trick: investigating “Pick a Number”," Texas Instruments, Chicago, IL. (March 10, 2017).

Gold, L., Ashurst, J., T3 International Conference, "Counting on real numbers with the TI-15 Explorer™  to have a few surprises," Orlando, FL. (February 27, 2016).

National

Evans, L. A., & Gold, L. A. (2020, February 24). What is calendar time: A case study of traditions learned. Research poster at the Conference of Academic Research in Education, Las Vegas, NV.

Ashurst, J. M., Gold, L. A., Houston, M. S. (2019, April 4). Making sense of rational number division through modeling. Presentation at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Conference and Exposition, San Diego, CA.

Gold, L. A., Houston, M. S., Ashurst, J. M., National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting and Exposition, "Financial Literacy: Early Investment in Skills and Concepts at the Primary Level," NCTM, Washington, D.C. (April 27, 2018).    

Gold, L. A., Ashurst, J. M., Sturgill, D., NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition, "Financial Literacy in the Primary Grades: The Importance of Investing in the Future Early!," National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, San Antonio, TX. (April 6, 2017).

Gold, L. A., NCTM Research Conference, "Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding Financial Literacy in K Through Grade 2," National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, San Antonio, TX. (April 5, 2017).