MacPhee, M., Turnbull, M., Cormier, M., & Miller, T. (2017). The experience of non-Francophone parents in a French minority-language school, Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 20(1), 115-134.
Miller, T. (2017, January). Pisa Results: A real improvement? The Guardian, A7.
McRoberts, T., J., & Miller, T. (2015). Instrument development for examining student attrition. Journal of Administration in Higher Education, 11(2), 43-53. (International peer-reviewed journal)
Garland, L. M., & Miller, T. (2015). Factors influencing evidence-based practice for community nurses. British Journal of Community Nursing, 20(5), 233-242. (International peer-reviewed journal)
Miller, T. (2015, April). Dropping assessments a mistake. The Guardian, A9.
Miller, T. (2014, Fall). Mathematics education affects growth, prosperity, and sustainability in Prince Edward Island. Chamber Business Magazine. Invited manuscript.
Miller, T. (2013). Using large-scale assessment results to determine student grades. Canadian Journal of Education, 36(3). (National peer-reviewed journal)
Dawson, S., Miller, T., Goddard, S., & Maag-Miller, L. (2013). Impact of outcomes-based assessment on student learning and faculty instructional practices. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 40(2), 128 – 138. (International peer-reviewed journal)
Miller, T., Chahine, S., & Childs, R. (2010). Detecting differential item functioning and differential step functioning due to differences that should matter. Practical Assessment, Research, and Evaluation, 15(10). [Available on-line: http://pareonline.net] (Online journal with an average of well over 10,000 downloads for every article)
Welcome to the Math in Motion website. This site is maintained by Dr. Tess Miller from the University of Prince Edward Island.
Following a career as a mathematics teacher and department head, Dr. Miller has specialized in mathematics education and assessment. Dr. Miller has published several mathematics textbooks with McGraw Hill Ryerson and has recently created numerous mathematics videos designed to help teachers, parents, and students learn the foundational concepts in mathematics such as fractions and decimals.