Trinter, C. & Carlson-Jaquez, H. (2018). An examination of the nature of post-observation feedback provided to middle school mathematics teachers. NCSM Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership, 19(1), 3-22.

Ellington, A., Whitenack, J., Trinter, C. & Fennell, S. (2017). Preparing and implementing successful mathematics coaches and teacher leaders. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 46, 146-151.

Haver, W., Trinter, C., & Inge, V. (2017). The Virginia mathematics specialist initiative: Collaborative effort among all components of the VA mathematics community. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 46, 289-302.

Trinter, C. & Hope, S. (2016). The absence and presence of mathematics in teacher-led interdisciplinary unit design. Journal of Mathematics Education, 9(2), 4-21.

Trinter, C. (2016). The importance of theoretical frameworks and mathematical constructs in designing digital tools. Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 35(3), 269-293.

Trinter, C., Brighton, C. & Moon, T. (2015). Differentiated educational games: discarding the one size fits all approach to educational game play. Gifted Child Today, 38(2), 88-94.

Trinter, C., Moon, T., & Brighton, C. (2015). Characteristics of students’ mathematical promise when engaging with problem-based learning units in primary classrooms. Journal of Advanced Academics, 26(1), 24-58. doi: 10.1177/1932202X14562394

Garofalo, J., Trinter, C. & Swartz, B. (2015). Engaging with constructive and non-constructive proofs. Mathematics Teacher, 108(6), 422-428.

Trinter, C. & Garofalo, J. (2013). I need more information! Mathematics Teacher, 106(2), 126-131.

Garofalo, J. & Trinter, C. (2013). Using simulations to foster pre-service mathematics teachers’ self-assessment, learning, and reflections on teaching. Mathematics Teacher Educator, 1(2), 162-171.

Garofalo, J. & Trinter, C. (2012). Tasks that make connections through representations. Mathematics Teacher, 106(4), 302-307.

Trinter, C. & Garofalo, J. (2011). Exploring non-routine functions algebraically and graphically. Mathematics Teacher, 104(7), 508-513.

Garofalo, J. & Trinter, C. (2009).  Multi-representational approaches to equation solving. NCSSSSMST Journal, 14(2), 26-27.