The DYME-V project
Dynamic Measurement for Volume
The DYME-V project engages students in exploring the volume of right prisms and cylinders as a dynamic extrusion of a surface over a height and examines their reasoning about volume as a continuous quantity that depends on the area of the base and the height of extrusion, an approach we refer to as Dynamic Measurement for Volume (DYME-V).
Principal Investigator: Nicole Panorkou
Graduate Research Assistants: Erell Feb Germia, Youngjun Kim, Debasmita Basu (graduated)
This project is funded through a postdoctoral fellowship from the National Academy of Education and Spencer Foundation.