Publications (selected journal papers & book chapters)
- Gadanidis, G. (2015). Coding as a Trojan Horse for mathematics education reform. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 34(2), 155-173.
- Gadanidis, G. (2014). Young children, mathematics and coding: A low floor, high ceiling, wide walls learning environment. In D. Polly (Ed). Cases on Technology Integration in Mathematics Education (pp. 312-344). Hersey, PA: IGI Global.
- Gadanidis, G. & Borba, M. (2013). New media and research dissemination: the case of performing mathematics education research. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 21(1), 335-348.
- Gadanidis, G. (2012). Trigonometry in grade 3? What Works? Research Into Practice, 42. 1-4.
- Gadanidis, G. (2012). Why can't I be a mathematician? For the Learning of Mathematics, 32(2), 20-26.
- Gadanidis, G. & Hughes, J. (2011). Performing big math ideas across the grades. Teaching Children Mathematics, 17(8), 486-496 .
- Gadanidis, G. & Scucuglia, R. (2010). Windows into elementary mathematics: alternate mathematics images of mathematics and mathematicians (Janelas para Matemática Elementar: imagens públicas alternativas de matemáticae matemáticos). Acta Scientiae, 12(1), 24-42
- Gadanidis, G. & Geiger, V. (2010). A social perspective on technology enhanced mathematical learning - from collaboration to performance. The International Journal on Mathematics Education 42, 91-104.
- Gadanidis, G. (2009) I Heard this Great Math Story the Other Day! Education Canada 49(5), 44-46.
- Gadanidis, G. & Namukasa, I. (2009). Teacher Tasks for Mathematical Insight and Reorganization of what it Means to Learn Mathematics. In Clarke, B., B. Grevholm, & R. Millman, Effective Tasks in Primary Mathematics Teacher Education (pp. 113-130). N.Y.: Springer.
- Gadanidis, G. & Kotsopoulos, D. (2009). “This is how we do this and this is how it is.” Middle school teachers’ mathematical compass. For the Learning of Mathematics, 29(1), 29-34.
- Borba, M. & Gadanidis, G. (2008). Virtual communities and networks of practising mathematics teachers: The role of technology in collaboration. In T. Wood (Series Editor) & K. Krainer (Volume Editor), International handbook of mathematics teacher education: Vol. 3. Participants in mathematics teacher education: individuals, teams, communities, and networks (pp. 181-209). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
- Gadanidis, G., Hoogland, C & Hughes, J. (2008). Teaching and learning in a Web 2.0 environment: Three case studies. International Journal of Technology for Teaching and Learning, 4(2), 117-133.
- Gadanidis, G., Hughes, J. & Borba, M. (2008). Students as performance mathematicians. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 14(3), 168-175.
- Gadanidis, G. & Borba, M. (2008). Our lives as performance mathematicians. For the Learning of Mathematics, 28(1), 42-49.
- Gadanidis, G. & Namukasa, I. (2007). Mathematics-for-teachers (and students). Journal of Teaching and Learning, 5(1), 13-22.
- Gadanidis, G. & Schindler, K. (2006). Learning objects and embedded pedagogical models. Computers in the Schools 23(1/2), 19-32.
- Gadanidis, G., Gadanidis, J. & Huang, A. (2005). Using humor to gain mathematical insight. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 10(5), 244-250.
- Gadanidis, G., Sedig, K. & Liang, H.N. (2004). Designing online mathematical investigation. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 23(3), 273-296.
- Gadanidis, G. (2004). The pleasure of attention and insight. Mathematics Teaching, 186(1), 10-13.