Publications (journal articles, books, book chapters)^{*}
1. Goldsby, D. (In press). Area of a circle. In Allen, D. & Ross, A. (Eds) Pedagogy and Content in Middle and High School Mathematics. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
(In Press) 2. Goldsby, D. (In press). A mile of pennies. In Allen, D. & Ross, A. (Eds) Pedagogy and Content in Middle and High School Mathematics. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
(In Press) 3. Goldsby, D. (In press). Research Summary: Manipulatives in Mathematics in the Middle Grades. Association for Middle Level Educators
(In Press) 4. Walters, L. M., Green, M. R., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Wang, L, & D. Parker (In Press). Using Digital Stories for Problem Solving in Mathematics Education. Book chapter in Handbook of Research on Transforming Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age.
(In Press) 5. Green, M., Walters, L., Goldsby, D., Walters, T. & Wang, L. (Dec. 2016). Teaching preService teachers to make digital stories that explain complex mathematical concepts in a realworld context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D project, creating [48]1CCool New Tools.[48]1D International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 23 (4). DOI: 10.1564/tme_v23.4.02
^{*} 6. Walters, L.M., Green, M.R., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Wang, L. (2016). Teaching Preservice Teachers to Make Digital Stories that Explain Complex Mathematical Concepts in a RealWorld Context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D Project, Creating [48]1CCool New Tools[48]1D International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 23:4, 129145.
7. Goldsby, D. & FigaroCharles, A. (2015). Mentoring Viewed through an Open Classroom Experience (pp. 235  250). In Y. Li & J. Hammer (Eds.). Teaching at work. New York, NY: Springer
8. Rosli, R., Capraro, M. M., Goldsby, D., Gonzalez y Gonzalez, E., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Capraro, R. M. (2015). Middle grade preservice teachers[48]19 mathematical problem solving and problem posing (pp. 333354). In F. M. Singer, N. Ellerton, & J. Cai (Eds.). Mathematical problem posing: From research to effective practice. New York, NY: Springer
9. Davis, T.J., Kulm, G., Oner, A. T., Indiogine, S. E., Goldsby, D. & Ma, T. (2015). Preservice teachers problem solving lesson engagement and knowledge and beliefs about teaching for equity. (pp. 51  79). In Y. Li & J. Hammer (Eds.). Teaching at work. New York, NY: Springer.
10. Green, M, Waltera, L.M., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Parker, D. & Wang, L. Teaching Preservice Teachers to Make Digital Stories that Explain Complex Mathematical Concepts in a RealWorld Context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D Project, Creating a [48]1CCool New Tool, International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education Vol 23, 1 or 2
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1. Goldsby, D. (In press). Area of a circle. In Allen, D. & Ross, A. (Eds) Pedagogy and Content in Middle and High School Mathematics. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
(In Press) 2. Goldsby, D. (In press). A mile of pennies. In Allen, D. & Ross, A. (Eds) Pedagogy and Content in Middle and High School Mathematics. Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
(In Press) 3. Goldsby, D. (In press). Research Summary: Manipulatives in Mathematics in the Middle Grades. Association for Middle Level Educators
(In Press) 4. Walters, L. M., Green, M. R., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Wang, L, & D. Parker (In Press). Using Digital Stories for Problem Solving in Mathematics Education. Book chapter in Handbook of Research on Transforming Mathematics Teacher Education in the Digital Age.
(In Press) 5. Green, M., Walters, L., Goldsby, D., Walters, T. & Wang, L. (Dec. 2016). Teaching preService teachers to make digital stories that explain complex mathematical concepts in a realworld context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D project, creating [48]1CCool New Tools.[48]1D International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 23 (4). DOI: 10.1564/tme_v23.4.02
^{*} 6. Walters, L.M., Green, M.R., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Wang, L. (2016). Teaching Preservice Teachers to Make Digital Stories that Explain Complex Mathematical Concepts in a RealWorld Context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D Project, Creating [48]1CCool New Tools[48]1D International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education, 23:4, 129145.
7. Goldsby, D. & FigaroCharles, A. (2015). Mentoring Viewed through an Open Classroom Experience (pp. 235  250). In Y. Li & J. Hammer (Eds.). Teaching at work. New York, NY: Springer
8. Rosli, R., Capraro, M. M., Goldsby, D., Gonzalez y Gonzalez, E., Onwuegbuzie, A. J., & Capraro, R. M. (2015). Middle grade preservice teachers[48]19 mathematical problem solving and problem posing (pp. 333354). In F. M. Singer, N. Ellerton, & J. Cai (Eds.). Mathematical problem posing: From research to effective practice. New York, NY: Springer
9. Davis, T.J., Kulm, G., Oner, A. T., Indiogine, S. E., Goldsby, D. & Ma, T. (2015). Preservice teachers problem solving lesson engagement and knowledge and beliefs about teaching for equity. (pp. 51  79). In Y. Li & J. Hammer (Eds.). Teaching at work. New York, NY: Springer.
10. Green, M, Waltera, L.M., Goldsby, D., Walters, T., Parker, D. & Wang, L. Teaching Preservice Teachers to Make Digital Stories that Explain Complex Mathematical Concepts in a RealWorld Context: The [48]1CMatheo[48]1D Project, Creating a [48]1CCool New Tool, International Journal of Technology in Mathematics Education Vol 23, 1 or 2
11. *Rosli, R., Goldsby, D., & Capraro, M. M. (2015) Using manipulatives in solving and posing mathematical problems. Creative Education, 6, 17181725. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.616173
12. Rosli, R. , Goldsby, D. and Capraro, M. (2015) Using Manipulatives in Solving and Posing Mathematical Problems. Creative Education, 6, 17181725. doi: 10.4236/ce.2015.616173.
13. Allen, G. D. & Goldsby, D. (2014). Confusion theory and assessment. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering, and Technology, 1(10), 436443. http://www.ijiset.com/v1s10/IJISET_V1_I10_58.pdf
14. Goldsby, D. (2014). Mathematics Anxiety. In C. R. Reynolds, K. J. Vannest, & E. FletcherJanzen (Eds.), Encyclopedia of special education: A reference for the education of children, adolescents, and adults with disabilities and other exceptional individuals (4th ed., pp. 16241625). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.
15. Rosli, R., Goldsby, D., & Capraro, M. M. (2013). Assessing students' mathematical problem solving and problem posing. Asian Social Science, 16, 5460
16. Allen, G. D. & Goldsby, D.S. (2007). Validating and implementing a triadic survey instrument. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 11, p. 236240.
17. Goldsby, D.S. (2003). How to Create a Professional Electronic Portfolio: A Guide for the Preservice and Beginning Teacher, Kappa Delti Pi Record, Summer 2003, 39(4).
18. Goldsby, D.S. (2003). Lollipop statistics: Using music to introduce statistics. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 9(1).
19. Goldsby, D.S., & Cozza, B. (2002). Writing samples to understand mathematical thinking. Teaching Mathematics in the Middle School, 7(9), 517521.
20. Fazal, M., Goldsby, D., Cozza, B., Goethals, S., & Howard, R. (2001). Implementing web based digital portfolios in three teacher education programs. Academic Exhange Quarterly , 5 (1), 2530.
21. Goldsby, D.S., Sellito, G., & Murphy, L. (2001). New York state mathematics teachers reflect on their teacher preparation and the impact of standards on their teaching. New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, 51 (2), 103107.
22. Fazal,M. & Goldsby, D.S. (2001). Now that your students have created webbased digital portofolios, how do you evaluate them? Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 9(4), 607616.
23. Goldsby, D.S. & Fazal, N. (2000). Technology's answer to portfolios for teachers. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 36(5), 121123.
24. Goldsby, D.S. & Cozza B. (1998). The Use of Reflective Journals in College Education Classes. Kappa Delta Pi Record, 34(3), 112113.
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^{*} Publication was jointauthored with students
^{Diss} Publication was from a dissertation
^{ROS} Publication was from a record of study
College of Education and Human Development Grants and Contracts (Former)
Catapult Round 1  Transformers: Research to Practice Center (Funded amount $18,200). (CoPI)
TAMU College of Education & Human Development (State)
2016/02/01  2016/12/31
Total Funding: 0.
Functions in Algebra 1 & 2 with Vertical Alignment. (CoPI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (State)
2009/05/01  2012/04/30
Total Funding: 3,240.
Assuring Excellence in Algebra II Instruction. (CoPI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (State)
2006/05/01  2007/05/31
Total Funding: 82,091.
Assuring Excellence in Middle School Mathematics Instruction. (PI)
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (State)
2005/05/01  2006/04/30
Total Funding: 81,875.
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Courses Taught
 2016  2017
 EDCI 673, EDCI 692, MASC 351, TEFB 412
 2015  2016
 EDCI 673, EDCI 692, MASC 351, TEFB 412
 2014  2015
 EDCI 673, EDCI 692, MASC 351, MASC 450, TEFB 412
 2013  2014
 EDCI 673, EDCI 691, EDCI 692, MASC 351, TEFB 412
 2012  2013
 EDCI 673, EDCI 692, EDCI 691, MASC 351, MASC 450, TEFB 412
 2011  2012
 EDCI 691, MASC 351, MASC 450, TEFB 412
 2010  2011
 EDCI 685, EDCI 691, MASC 351, MASC 450, TEFB 412
 2009  2010
 EDCI 691, MASC 351, MEFB 351, MEFB 460, TEFB 412
 2008  2009
 ECFB 440, EDCI 633, EDCI 646, EDCI 685, EDCI 691, MASC 450, MEFB 351
 2007  2008
 ECFB 440, EDCI 685, EDCI 691, MASC 450, MEFB 351
 2006  2007
 ECFB 440, EDCI 646, EDCI 685, EDCI 691, MASC 450
 2005  2006
 ECFB 420, ECFB 440, EDCI 691, MASC 450, EDCI 689
 2004  2005
 ECFB 420, ECFB 440, EDCI 689
 2003  2004
 ECFB 420, ECFB 440
 2002  2003
 ECFB 420, ECFB 440
Former Doctoral Students
Stefani Kulhanek (Spring, 2013), Ed.D.
Roslinda Rosli (Spring, 2013), Ph.D.
Bethany Logan (Summer, 2014), Ed.D.
Lou Ann Carter (Summer, 2017), Ed.D.
Editorial Positions
Assoc Editor (2008  ). Focus on Mathematics Pedagogy and Content
Assoc Editor (2005  ). School Science and Mathematics
