Gabriel Matney

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Gabriel Matney, Ph.D.

Position: Associate Professor
Phone: 419-372-7357
Email: gmatney@bgsu.edu
Address: 116 Life Science Building

More Information on Gabriel Matney

Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Mathematics Education, 2004

M.S., University of Oklahoma, Applied Mathematics, 2000

B.S., Oklahoma Baptist University, Mathematics Education (Endorsement in Computer Science), 1997

K-12 Mathematics Education, authenticity, fluency, and teacher professional development.

Gabriel Matney has been a School of Teaching and Learning faculty member since August, 2011.

  • Introduction to Secondary Mathematics
  • Early Childhood Mathematics Methods
  • Investigations in Mathematics for the Middle Childhood Teacher
  • Advanced Seminar in Mathematics Teaching
  • Culture and Learning in Thailand
  • Upper Elementary Mathematics Instruction
  • Advanced Methods in Elementary School Mathematics

Journal Articles
Bostic, J. & Matney, G. (2014).  Role-playing the Standards for Mathematical Practice: A Professional Development Tool. Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership.

Matney, G. (2014). Early Mathematics Fluency with the CCSSM. Teaching Children Mathematics. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Matney, G. (2014).  Deepening Teachers’ Understandings of Mathematical and Pedagogical Connectedness.  Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership 15(1), 50-59.

Davis, S., & Matney, G. (2014). “I had never really made sense of that before”: Constructing Mathematical Content Knowledge and Teaching through Story Telling.  Journal of the Arkansas Association of Colleges of Teacher Education. 

Matney, G., Jackson, J., & Bostic, J. (2013).  Effects of Minute Contextual Experience on Realistic Assessment of Proportional Reasoning. Investigations in Mathematics Learning, 6(1), 41-68.

Matney, G., & Daugherty, B. (2013). Seeing spots and developing multiplicative sense making. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 19(3), 148-155. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Matney, G. & Matney, T. (2013). Leaping without bridges: Implementing the common core with students not previously instructed within its expectations. Oklahoma Journal of School Mathematics, 5(1), 14-21.

Bostic, J. & Matney, G. (2013). Overcoming a Common Storm: Designing PD for Teachers Implementing the Common Core. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 67, 12-19.

Proceedings
Bostic, J. & Matney, G. (2014).  Looking for elementary mathematics teachers’ common core-focused instruction.  In Matney, G. T. and Che, S. M. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 41st Annual meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. San Antonio, TX.

Matney, G., Panarach, Y. & Jackson, J. (2013). Translating mathematics efficacy. Proceedings of the 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education. Phuket, Thailand.

Bostic, J. & Matney, G. (2013). Preparing K-10 teachers through common core for reasoning and sense making. In Reeder, S. L. and Matney, G. T. (Eds.).  Proceedings of the 40th Annual meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Tulsa, OK.

Panarach, Y. & Matney, G. (2013). Development of the 5T model for the enjoyment of learning together.  Proceedings of the 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education. Phuket, Thailand.

Matney, G. (2012).  Generating a peer mentoring culture through mathematics camps. In Van Zoest, L. R., Lo, J.-J., & Kratky, J. L. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 34th annual meeting of the North American chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University.

Matney, G., Panarach, Y., & Matney, T. (2012). Improving attitude and problem solving through mathematics camps.  Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education. Seoul, Korea.

Matney, G., Bostic, J., & Brahier, D. (2012). Overcoming a common storm: Designing the PD teachers need for successful common core implementation. Proceedings of the 39th Annual meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Charlotte, NC.

Refereed Paper Presentations
Matney, G., & Bostic, J. (2014, April). Creating Spaces to Develop Mathematically Proficient Students:  Essential Instructional Elements of the CCSSM. Annual Meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics.  New Orleans, LA.

Matney, G., & Bostic, J. (2014, April). Spaces for Children’s Development of Structure, Pattern, and Repeated Reasoning. Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.  New Orleans, LA.

Pratt, S., Matney, G., & Richardson, K. (2014, March). Conceptual Tasks in Secondary Mathematics. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. San Antonio, TX.

Eddy, C., Matney, G., Pratt, S., Wilkerson, T., Kuehnert, E., & Olsen, M. (2014, March). A Bilateral, International Research Network for Algebraic Reasoning. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. San Antonio, TX.

Bostic, J., Matney, G. (2014, March). Opportunities to Engage in the Standards for Mathematical Practice. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. San Antonio, TX.

Bostic, J., & Matney, G. (2014, February). Role-playing the Standards for Mathematical Practice: A Professional Development Tool. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators conference.  Irvine, CA.

Matney, G., & Matney, T. (2013, October).  Promoting Students’ Fluency with the Common Core State Standards. National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Louisville, KY.

Matney, G. & Bostic J. (2013, October). Promoting Students Fluency with the Common Core State Standard. Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Dayton, OH.

Bostic J. Matney, G. (2013, October). Making Sense of Modeling with Mathematics. Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Dayton, OH.

Matney, G. & Bostic J. (2013, October). Issues with the transition to Common Core instruction and resources to overcome them. Ohio Mathematics Education Leadership Council conference, Dayton, OH.

Matney, G., Panarach, Y. & Jackson, J. (2013). Translating mathematics efficacy. Proceedings of the 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education. Phuket, Thailand.

Bostic, J., Matney, G., Brahier, D., Gojak, L., & Speer, W. (2013, March). Preparing teachers for the CCSS: Looking towards the future.  Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Tulsa, OK.

Panarach, Y. & Matney, G. (2013). Developmental 5T model for learning and enjoying.  Proceedings of the 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education. Phuket, Thailand.

Matney, G., & Daugherty, B. (2012). We’re seeing spots: Visions of multiplicative sense making. Regional meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Chicago, IL.

Matney, G. (2012, November). Improving Mathematics Preservice Teacher Efficacy through Field Based Research. School Science and Mathematics Association annual meeting, Birmingham, AL.

Matney, G. (2012, November). Generating a Peer Mentoring Culture through Mathematics Camps. North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Kalamazoo, MI.

Matney, G., Bostic, J. (2012, October). Divergent Perceptions of the SfMP among K- 10 Teachers. Ohio Mathematics Education Leadership Conference, Columbus OH.

Matney, G., Panarach, Y., Matney, T. (2012).  Improving Attitude and Problem Solving through Mathematics Camps. The 12th International Congress on Mathematics Education, Seoul, Korea.

Matney, G., Jackson, J. (2012).  Researching Connections between Real-World Assessments and Student Experiences.  39th Annual meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Charlotte NC.

Matney, G., Bostic, J., & Brahier, D. (2012). Overcoming a common storm: Designing the PD teachers need for successful common core implementation. Proceedings of the 39th Annual meeting of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning, Charlotte, NC.

Publications Committee: School Science and Mathematics Association (2014-2016)

Publications Committee: Research Council on Mathematics Learning (2014-2015)

Nominations Committee: Research Council on Mathematics Learning (2014)

Editor: Research Council on Mathematics Learning 41st annual research proceedings (2013-2014)

Co-Editor: Research Council on Mathematics Learning 40th annual research proceedings (2012-2013)

Member: Program Committee for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics New Orleans Regional Conference (2009-2010)

Member: Conference Committee; Research Council on Mathematics Learning (2010-2013)

Editor - Intersection Points a newsletter publication of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (2007-2010)

Manuscript Reviewer: Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership (2013-Present)

Manuscript Reviewer: School Science and Mathematics Journal (2012-Present)

Manuscript Reviewer: Investigations in Mathematics Learning (2013-Present)

Manuscript Reviewer: Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School (2013 – Present)

Manuscript Reviewer: Research Council on Mathematics Learning Proceedings (2009-Present)

NCATE SPA Reviewer: Served as a Program Reviewer for the mathematics Specialized Program Area for universities submitting to NCATE for national recognition and teacher certification (2007-2011)

Manuscript Reviewer: AERA proposal and manuscript reviewer for Division B Curriculum Studies (2006-2008)

Member: Conference Committee of Mathematics Assoc. of America Section Conference (2008)

Enjoys family, church, soccer, peanut butter and chocolate, witty people, solving problems, good music, sky diving, roller coasters, good jokes, icecream, creating, video games, meeting up with old friends, making new friends, and designing new and exciting learning experiences.