Judah L. Schwartz
Degree: Ph.D., New York University, (1963)
Judah Schwartz, who served on the HGSE faculty from 1985 to 2003, taught courses on the teaching and learning of mathematics, assessing mathematical attainment, and ethical and philosophical issues arising from the use of technology in education. His research interests include the use of microcomputer software environments to improve the teaching and learning of math and science, and the application of cognitive science to the study of math and science education. Schwartz has written extensively about educational technology and is the author of educational software for science, mathematics, and language.
The Prices of Secrecy: The Social, Intellectual, and Psychological Costs of Current Assessment Practice
The Geometric Supposer: What Is It a Case Of?, ed.
Software Goes to School: Teaching for Understanding with New Technologies, ed.
Assessing Mathematical Understanding and Skills Effectively (AMUSE)