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 Lesh, R. (2010) The Importance of Complex Systems in K12 Mathematics Education. In B. Sriraman L. English. Theories of Mathematics Education, Advances in Mathematics Education, DOI 10.1007/9783642007422_53, SpringerVerlag Berlin Heidelberg 2010 p. 363265.
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 Lesh, R. Ader, E. Bas, S. (2010). Tools, Researchable Issues Conjectures for Investigating What it Means to Understand Statistics (or Other Topics) Meaningfully. International Journal for Research on Teaching Mathematical Modeling Applications.
 Lesh, R., Carmona, G. Moore, T. (2010) Six Sigma Learning Gains and Long Term Retention of Understanding and Attitudes Related to Models Modeling. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. Volume 9. No.1.
 Lesh, R Sriraman, B. (2010) Mathematics Education as a design science. In B.Sriraman L. English (Eds). Theories of Mathematics Education: Seeking New Frontiers. Monograph 1 of Advances in Mathematics Education, Springer Science, Berlin/Heidelberg, p. 123146
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 Lesh, R. (in press) STEM Education Does It Exist" In P. Hudson. An Agenda for Research in STEM Education in Australasia. New York London: Routledge. Pages 1954.
 Lesh, R., (in press). Alternatives to Ballistic Models of Student Progress in Mathematical Learning Problem Solving. In. M. Santos. A New Agenda for Research on Mathematical Problem Solving. Springer Publishing.
 Lesh, R., Carmona, G. Moore, T. (in press) Modeling Activities as a Source for Better, Faster, and Longer Lasting Mathematics Learning. In. B. Shriraman. Special Issue of the International Journal for Mathematics Thinking Learning. Springer Publishing.
