Dr. Grant Swicegood
Assistant Professor of Mathematics
- Ph.D. , Mathematics, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2015
- B.A. , Mathematics Education, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2003
- B.A. , English Education, University of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2003
Mathematics Education for Teachers
Mobile Technology in the Mathematics Classroom
Transition to College Mathematics
Rural and Urban Differences in Vocational Rehabilitation and Education
Ipsen, C. & Swicegood, G. (2017). Rural and urban differences in self-employment outcomes among Vocational Rehabilitation consumers. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation.
Ipsen, C. & Swicegood, G. (2016) Rural and urban differences in Vocational Rehabilitation case mix, delivery practices, and employment outcomes. Rehabilitation Research Policy and Education.
Swicegood, G. (2015). An Investigation of the Impact of iPad Usage on Elementary Mathematical Skills and Attitudes (Doctoral dissertation). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses. (3728424)
Swicegood, G. (2014). iPads in the Classroom. Mathematical Sciences Fall Newsletter, 1-2.
Berthelson, M., Clinch, A., Disney, A., Lask, B., Lelko, J. & Swicegood, G. (2014). A PISA Primer: How Can an International Test Inform Educational Practice in Montana? Montana Mathematics, 47(5), 8-12.
Swicegood, G. (2004). The Morley trisector theorem. The Montana Mathematics Enthusiast, 1(2), 38-43.