Dr. Lane Andrew

Dr. Lane Andrew

Online Mathematics Instructor

Office: Remote
Office Phone: 720-290-0313
Email: andrewl@tntemple.edu



  • B.S. Mathematics, University of Colorado (1999); M.S. Mathematics, University of Denver (2001)
  • Ph.D. Mathematics Education, University of Northern Colorado (2010)

Academic Experience

  • 14 years of teaching at the secondary and post-secondary level

Teaching Specializations

  • Mathematics
  • Statistics


  • Grassl, R., Mingus, T., Andrew, L., Parker, F., & Diaz, R. (May 2010). Enumeration of rectangles in a tableau shape. Mathematics Teacher (Delving Deeper).
  • Andrew, L. (2009). Experimental Probability in Elementary School. Teaching Statistics. 31(2), 34 – 36.
  • Andrew, L. (2009). Creating a proof error evaluation tool for use in the grading of student-generated “proofs.” PRIMUS. 19(5), 447 – 462.
  • Andrew, L. (2007). What concept of mathematical proof should future teachers possess? Mathitudes, 1(1), 1-6.
  • Andrew, L. (2007). More on Catalan numbers. Mathematics Teacher (Reader Reflections), 100(8), 525.
  • Andrew, L. (2007). Comparison of teacher educators’ instructional methods with the constructivist ideal. The Teacher Educator, 42(3), 157-184.
  • Andrew, L. (2007). A new university supervisor: Their experiences and enrichment. Essays in Education, 22, 1-16.
  • Andrew, L. (2007). Reasons why students have difficulties with mathematical induction (Report). Greeley: University of Northern Colorado. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED495959)
  • Andrew, L. (2006). Professional Development Programs: Cognitively Guided Instruction (CGI) and Math As Text (MAT). (Report). Greeley: University of Northern Colorado. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED493022)


  • Andrew, L. (2007, April). The relationship between mathematical induction and functional ability. Presentation given at the annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain Section of the Mathematical Association of America, Colorado State University, Pueblo, CO.
  • Andrew, L. (2006, April). The teaching methods of those who teach mathematics to future teachers. Poster session presented at the University of Northern Colorado inaugural student research celebration, Greeley, CO.
  • Andrew, L., Dalton, C., Hauk, S., Pendleton, K., Roach, K., & Yestness, N. (2006, April). The nature of personal mathematical history among UNC undergraduates in a liberal arts mathematics course. Poster session presented at the University of Northern Colorado annual research conference, Greeley, CO.

Special Recognitions

  • Instructor of the Quarter, Winter 2006-07, National American University.
  • Instructor of the Year, 2006-2007, National American University.
  • Faculty of the Year Nominee, 2009, Arapahoe Community College