Publications

  • Burn, H. (2019). IMPACT on Mathematics Pathways and Developmental Course Redesign. MathAMATYC Educator, 10(3), 19-22.
  • Mesa, V., Burn, H., & White, N. (2015). Good teaching of Calculus I. In D. Bressoud, V. Mesa, & C. Rasmussen (Eds.), Insights and Recommendations from the MAA National Study of College Calculus (pp. 83-91). Washington, DC:  MAA Press.
  • Burn, H. E., & Mesa, V. (2015). The Calculus I curriculum. In D. Bressoud, V. Mesa, & C. Rasmussen (Eds.), Insights and Recommendations from the MAA National Study of College Calculus (pp. 45-58). Washington, DC:  MAA Press.
  • Burn, H. E., Mulcahy, M., & Endicott-Popovsky, B. (2015) Easing student veterans’ transition to cybersecurity and STEM through a “Math Boot Camp.” The Colloquium for Information System Security Education (CISSEE): Educational Approaches to Transition Former Military Personnel into the Cybersecurity Field, 2(2), 84-102.
  • Burn, H. E., & Kawai, J. (2014).  The Adjunct Faculty Development Process. MathAMATYC Educator, 6(1).
  • Gerhard, G., & Burn H. E., (2014). Effective engagement strategies for non-tenure-track faculty in precollege mathematics reform in community colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 38(2-3), 208-217.
  • Burn, H. E., Baer, E. M. D., & Wenner, J. M. (2013). Embedded mathematics remediation using The Math You Need, When You Need It: A 21st century solution to an age-old problem. About Campus, 18(5), 22-25.
  • Wenner, J. M., Baer, E. M. D., & Burn, H. E., (2013). Discipline-based remediation: Bridging the mathematics gap. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 94(41), 361-362.
  • Burn, H. E. (2012). Factors that shape curricular reasoning about college algebra reform. MathAMATYC Educator, 4(1), 23-28.
  • Burn, H. E., & Gerhard, G. (2011). Pathways and persistence: Basic skills students at one Washington state community college. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 35(3), 220-233.
  • Dey, E. L., Burn, H. E., & Gerdes, D. (2009). Bringing the classroom to the Web: Effects of using new technologies to capture and deliver lectures. Research in Higher Education, 50(4), 377-393.