Gender similarities characterize math performance JS Hyde, SM Lindberg, MC Linn, AB Ellis, CC Williams Science 321 (5888), 494-495, 2008 | 1501 | 2008 |

Five key ingredients for improving student motivation CC Williams-Pierce | 819 | 2011 |

Building cohesion across representations: A mechanism for STEM integration MJ Nathan, R Srisurichan, C Walkington, M Wolfgram, C Williams, ... Journal of Engineering Education 102 (1), 77-116, 2013 | 113 | 2013 |

The future of embodied design for mathematics teaching and learning D Abrahamson, MJ Nathan, C Williams-Pierce, C Walkington, ER Ottmar, ... Frontiers in Education 5, 147, 2020 | 83 | 2020 |

Actions speak louder with words: The roles of action and pedagogical language for grounding mathematical proof MJ Nathan, C Walkington, R Boncoddo, E Pier, CC Williams, MW Alibali Learning and Instruction 33, 182-193, 2014 | 78 | 2014 |

Quantifying exponential growth: Three conceptual shifts in coordinating multiplicative and additive growth AB Ellis, Z Özgür, T Kulow, CC Williams, J Amidon The Journal of Mathematical Behavior 39, 135-155, 2015 | 56 | 2015 |

Quantifying exponential growth: The case of the jactus AB Ellis, Z Ozgur, T Kulow, C Williams, J Amidon Quantitative reasoning and mathematical modeling: A driver for STEM …, 2012 | 37 | 2012 |

Being mathematical relations: Dynamic gestures support mathematical reasoning C Walkington, R Boncoddo, C Williams, MJ Nathan, MW Alibali, E Simon, ... Boulder, CO: International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2014 | 36 | 2014 |

Middle School Students' Example Use in Conjecture Exploration and Justification. AB Ellis, E Lockwood, CC Williams, MF Dogan, E Knuth North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of …, 2012 | 34 | 2012 |

Adolescent reasoning in mathematics: Exploring middle school students’ strategic approaches in empirical justifications J Cooper, C Walkington, C Williams, O Akinsiku, C Kalish, A Ellis, E Knuth Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011 | 31 | 2011 |

Playing together separately: Mapping out literacy and social synchronicity C Martin, CC WILLIAMS, A OCHSNER Virtual Literacies, 233-250, 2012 | 27 | 2012 |

A Framework for Mathematicians' Example-Related Activity When Exploring and Proving Mathematical Conjectures. E Lockwood, AB Ellis, MF Dogan, CC Williams, E Knuth North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of …, 2012 | 27 | 2012 |

ARMath: augmenting everyday life with math learning S Kang, E Shokeen, VL Byrne, L Norooz, E Bonsignore, ... Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2020 | 25 | 2020 |

What we say and how we do: Action, gesture, and language in proving CC Williams-Pierce, EL Pier, C Walkington, R Boncoddo, V Clinton, ... Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 48 (3), 248-260, 2017 | 24 | 2017 |

Embodied truths: How dynamic gestures and speech contribute to mathematical proof practices EL Pier, C Walkington, V Clinton, R Boncoddo, C Williams-Pierce, ... Contemporary Educational Psychology 58, 44-57, 2019 | 21 | 2019 |

Adolescent reasoning in mathematical and nonmathematical domains: Exploring the paradox. E Knuth, C Kalish, A Ellis, C Williams, MD Felton American Psychological Association, 2012 | 20 | 2012 |

Math as narrative in WoW forum discussions C Steinkuehler, C Williams International Journal of Learning and Media 1 (3), 2009 | 18 | 2009 |

Math as narrative in World of Warcraft forum discussions C Steinkuehler, C Williams The International Journal of Learning and Media 1 (3), 2009 | 15 | 2009 |

Hear what they say and watch what they do: predicting valid mathematical proofs using speech and gesture E Pier, C Walkington, C Williams, R Boncoddo, J Waala, MW Alibali, ... Boulder, CO: International Society of the Learning Sciences, 2014 | 14 | 2014 |

Choosing and using examples: How example activity can support proof insight AB Ellis, E Lockwood, MF Dogan, CC Williams, E Knuth Proceedings of PME 37 2, 265-273, 2013 | 14 | 2013 |