Dr. Monica Cardella has written prolifically on the following topics: engineering design, mathematical thinking, informal learning environments, and assessment.
The following is a list of books and book chapters Dr. Cardella contributed to:
Hjalmarson, Margret, Monica E. Cardella and Robin Adams, “Uncertainty and Iteration in Design Tasks for Engineering Students,” in Lesh, Richard, Eric Hamilton and James Kaput (eds.) Models & Modeling as Foundations for the Future in Mathematics Education, Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007.
Cardella, Monica E. “Mathematical Modeling in Engineering Design Projects: Insights from an Undergraduate Capstone Design Project and a Year-Long Graduate Course,” in Lesh, Richard et al. (eds.) Modeling Students’ Mathematical Modeling Competencies: ICTMA 13, Springer, 2010.
Cardella, Monica E., Chell E. Nyquist, Matthew W. Ohland and A. Van Epps (Eds.). Ideas to Innovation PKG Purdue University, Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions, 2010.
Cardella, Monica E. “Chapter 18: User-Centered Design and Needfinding” in Cardella, M. E., Chell E. Nyquist, Matthew W. Ohland and A. Van Epps (Eds.). Ideas to Innovation PKG Purdue University, Boston, MA: Pearson Learning Solutions, 2010.
Cardella, Monica E., Carla B. Zoltowski and William C. Oakes “Developing Human-Centered Design Practices and Perspectives through Service Learning” in Baillie, C., Riley, D. and Pawley, A. (eds.) Engineering and Social Justice: In the University and Beyond. Purdue University Press, 2012.