Cambio Center Fellows News
We share news about our fellows on the Cambio Center Website, where you can find more details about
the updates provided below.
Welcome to the new Cambio Center Fellows and
Student Fellows, joining this Spring 2017
Ryan Barker - Missouri Foundation for
Miriam M. Martinez - Assistant Research
Professor, Human Development and Family
Edwin Bonney - Educational Leadership and
Chad Christensen - Rural Sociology
Amy Dwiggins - Math Education
Isabel Montes Gutierrez - Educational
Leadership and Policy Analysis
Alex Smith - Special Education PhD student
Cara Streit - Human Development and Family
Han Na Suh – Educational, School, and
Fellow Dr. Zandra de Araujo and
colleagues' article "Eliciting and Analyzing
Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Noticing"
was published in Mathematics Teacher Educator in March. The article describes an experiment
that was implemented at six universities
in an effort to elicit elementary
preservice teachers' mathematical noticing.
Another article by Dr. Araujo and
colleagues, "Preservice teachers’
articulated noticing through pedagogies of
practice," was recently published in the
Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.
Julie M. Amador, Anne Estapa, Zandra de Araujo, Karl W. Kosko, & Tracy L. Weston.
(2017). Eliciting and Analyzing Preservice
Teachers' Mathematical Noticing. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 5(2), 158-177.
Estapa, A. T., Amador, J., Kosko, K. W.,
Weston, T., de Araujo, Z., & Aming-Attai, R. Preservice teachers’ articulated noticing
through pedagogies of practice. Journal of Mathematics Teacher
An article by fellows Dr. Irma
Arteaga andDr. Stephanie R. Potochnick,
along with another colleague, was recently
published in the Journal of Immigrant and
Minority Health. The article examines
changes in food insecurity for Hispanic
kindergarteners between 1998 and 2011, a time
period of rapid immigration and
Arteaga, I., Potochnick, S. & Parsons, S. Decomposing the Household Food Insecurity
Gap for Children of U.S.-Born and
Foreign-Born Hispanics: Evidence from 1998
to 2011. Journal of Immigrant Minority Health (2017).
Fellows Cara Streit, Dr. Gustavo Carlo,
and Dr. Francisco Palermo
andacolleague recently had an article
published in the journal Developmental
Psychology. The article presents a study
examined the early parenting and temperament
determinants of children's antisocial and
positive behaviors in a low-income, diverse
Streit C, Carlo G, Ispa JM, Palermo F. Negative emotionality and discipline as
long-term predictors of behavioral outcomes
in African American and European American
children. Developmental Psychology. 2017; ePub.