Myra Luna-Lucero

Myra Luna-Lucero
Teachers College · Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology

MS, EdM, EdD

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Introduction
Dr. Myra Luna-Lucero currently works at Teachers College, Columbia University. Myra conducts qualitative and quantitative social research in communication and media. Her most recent publication is 'Mistake Detection Videos to Improve Students’ Motivation in Math'.
Education
August 2012 - May 2017
Teachers College, Columbia University
Field of study
  • Communication and Education

Publications

Publications (6)
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Technological advances afford teacher educators, designers, and researchers the opportunity to use videos as an instructional tool to help parents, caregivers, teachers, and other adults support young children’s mathematical development. We created five Magic Math Minute videos to highlight examples of young children’s mathematical thinking and to...
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This article describes the design case of an instructional experience incorporating videos of mistakes for students to practice mistake detection and recovery skills. Learning from mistakes is often encouraged, but students may need prac- tical support to address them e ectively. The intention of this design is to facilitate adaptive cognitive and...
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Ideas are commonly described using metaphors; a bright idea appears like a “light bulb” or the “seed” of an idea takes root. However, little is known about how these metaphors may shape beliefs about ideas or the role of effort versus genius in their creation, an important omission given the known motivational consequences of such beliefs. We explo...
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Students’ beliefs that success in science depends on exceptional talent negatively impact their motivation to learn. For example, such beliefs have been shown to be a major factor steering students away from taking science and math courses in high school and college. In the present study, we tested a novel story-based instruction that models how sc...
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Science instruction has focused on teaching students scientific content knowledge and problem-solving skills. However, even the best content instruction does not guarantee improved learning, as students’ motivation ultimately determines whether or not they will take advantage of the content. The goal of our instruction is to address the “leaky STEM...

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