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Mako Haruta, PhD

Supporting and Sustaining Scholarly Mathematics Teaching (S3MT)

National Science Foundation

Co-Principal Investigator

NSF:IUSE #1725952, with Larissa Schroeder (PI), and co-PIs Jean McGivney-Burelle, David Miller, Fei Xue 2017-2020.


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Flipping Calculus

National Science Foundation

Co-Principal Investigator

NSF:DUE-TUES #1245059, with John Williams (PI), co-PIs Jean McGivney-Burelle, Larissa Schroeder, and Senior Personnel Ben Pollina, Fei Xue. National Science Foundation (NSF), Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE) Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (TUES) 2013-2015, Ext. Apr 2017.

  • “Collaborate and Innovate: One Department’s Perspective on Factors Supporting and Sustaining Pedagogical Change in Calculus I,”  with Schroeder, L.B., McGivney-Burelle, J., Haruta, M., & Xue, F. (2017). To appear, PRIMUS, 2017

  • Flipping Calculus Website  http://math.hartford.edu/flipping/ with J. Williams, L. Schroeder, J. McGivney-Burelle, B. Pollina, F. Xue. 2013.

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Changing Classroom Culture: Using Technology to Improve Engagement, Retention, and Success in Mathematics

University of Hartford

Co-Principal Investigator

Provost Technology Grant with co-PIs James McDonald, Jean McGivney-Burelle, Larissa Schroeder, John Williams. Creation of Flipped Classrooms renovated with café-style/flexible, collaborative seating, multiple projection units, Apple TV for use with classroom iPad sets, Apr 2012.


Institution-Wide Reform of Undergraduate Education in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology

National Science Foundation

Principal Investigator

NSF DUE: 9652161, with co-PI Catherine Stevenson. Cross-college faculty collaboration and teaching innovations, and conceptualization of the Faculty Center for Learning Development (FCLD), 1996-1998.

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