Faculty Directory

Lillie Albert

Associate Professor


TESpECI Teacher Education, Special Education, Curriculum & Instruction


  • Albert, L. R. (2015). Educating for the future: An outsider’s view of South Korean mathematics education. In J. Kim, I. Han, M. Park, & Joongkwoen, L. (Eds.) Mathematics education in Korea: Curricular and teaching and learning practices Vol. II (171-190). Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Company.
  • Albert, L. R. and Kim, R. (2015). Applying CCSSM’s definition of understanding to assess students’ mathematics learning. In C Suurtamm and A. R. McDuffie (Eds.), Assessment to enhance teaching and learning, (233-246). NCTM Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  • Albert, L. R., Kim, R., and Kwon, Na Young. (2014). A hierarchy of South Korean elementary teachers’ knowledge for teaching mathematics. Education Practice and Innovation, 1(2), 51-73.
  • Albert, L. R. Terrell, K., and Macadino, V. (2014). The mathematics excellence partnership: Developing professional learning communities. Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership. 15, 34-44.
  • Kim, R. & Albert, L. R. (2014). The history of base-ten-blocks: Why and who made base-ten-blocks? Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 356-365. 
  • Kim, R. and Albert, L. R. (2014). Who can put ‘learning disability label’ on your child? Issues of sociocultural affects on learning disability. International Journal of Elementary Education, 3(2), 30-33.
  • Albert, L. R. & Kim, R. (2013). Developing creativity through collaborative problem solving. Journal of Mathematics Education at Teachers College, 4, 32-38.
  • Albert, L. R., Bowen, C., & Tansey, J. (2009) Note taking as deliberative pedagogy: Scaffolding problem solving learning. In Kaur, B., Ban Har, Y., and Kapur, M. (Eds) Mathematical Problem Solving (69-88), Association of Mathematics Educators Yearbook, Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.
  • Panichas, M. A., O'Connell, L. A., Albert, L. R. (2009). Problem-based inquiry in college chemistry lab. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 13(1).
  • Albert, L. R. & McAdam, J. F. (2007). Making sense of decimal fraction algorithms using base-ten blocks. In Martin, W. G., Strutchens, M. E, & Elliott, P. C. (Eds.) The Learning of Mathematics, NCTM Sixty-ninth Yearbook. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Inc.
  • Albert, L. R. (2005). An exploration of a consciousness of difference through positionality: The role of the miner’s canary. Qualitative Research Journal, 5, 51-63.
  • Albert, L. R.  & Ammer, J. J. (2004). Lesson planning and delivery. In K. Lenz, Deshler, D., & Kissam, B. (Eds.). Teaching Content to All: Evidence-Based Inclusive Practices in Middle and Secondary School (195-220).  Boston, MA: Pearson Education, Inc.
  • Albert, L. R. (2002). Bridging the achievement gap in mathematics: Scoiocultural historic theory and dynamic cognitive assessment, Journal of Thought, 37, 65-82. 
  • Albert, L. R., Mayotte, G. & Sohn, S. C. (2002). Making observation interactive. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 7, 396-403.
  • Albert, L. R. (2000). Outside In, Inside Out: Seventh grade students’ mathematical thought processes. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 41, 109-142.
  • Albert, L. R. & Antos, J. (2000). Daily journals connect mathematics to real life. Teaching Mathematics in the Middle Grades, 5, 526-533.