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Nabb, K., & Murawska, J. (in press). Motivating calculus through a single question. PRIMUS.
Nabb, K., Hofacker, E., Ernie, K., & Ahrendt, S. (2018). Using the Five Practices in mathematics teaching. Mathematics Teacher, 111(5), 366-373.
Nabb, K., & Nghiem, D. (2017). Curious calculus questions from students and colleagues - Part III. MathAMATYC Educator, 8(3), 10-14.
Nabb, K., & Murawska, J. (2017). Coherence and enrichment across the middle and secondary levels: Four mathematically authentic learning experiences. The Mathematics Enthusiast, 14(1), 263-284.
Nabb, K. (2016). CAS as a restructuring tool in mathematics education. Matematik- og Naturfagsdidaktik (MONA - Math and Science Education), 8, 8-22. (in Danish)
Murawska, J., & Nabb, K. (2015). Corvettes, curve fitting, and calculus. Mathematics Teacher, 109(2), 128-135.
Nabb, K. A. (2013). Students' exploratory thinking about a nonroutine calculus task. Mathematics Teacher, 106(6), 432-439.
Meyer, D. Z., Antink, A. L., Nabb, K. A., Connell, M. G., & Avery, L. A. (2013). A theoretical and empirical exploration of intrinsic problems in designing inquiry activities. Research in Science Education, 43(1), 57-76. doi: 10.1007/s11165-011-9243-4
Sitomer, A., Ström, A., Mesa, V., Duranczyk, I., Nabb, K., Smith, J., & Yannotta, M. (2012). Moving from anecdote to evidence: A proposed research agenda in community college mathematics education. MathAMATYC Educator, 4(1), 35-40.
Nabb, K. A. (2011). Trying something new: Unlecturing mathematics. NISOD Innovation Abstracts, 33(6), 1-2.
Nabb, K. A. (2010). A close encounter with infinity: Inventing new mathematics. Mathematics Teacher, 104(5), 373-378.
Nabb, K. A. (2010). Pitfalls of personally constructed learning devices. Learning and Teaching Mathematics, 8, 41-45.