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Toi Sin Arvidsson


Adjunct Faculty


Ph.D. Developmental Psychology, Columbia University, New York; M.S. Applied Statistics, Columbia University, New York; B.S. Computer Science, University of Washington, Seattle


Arvidsson, T.S. & Kuhn, D. (2021) Realizing the Full Potential of Individualizing Learning. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 65.

Arvidsson, T.S. & Fiddiman, B. (2021) When Black Men Can’t Afford to Teach, Our Children Pay the Price. The Hill. Washington, D.C.

Fruchter, N., Arvidsson, T. S., Mokhtar, C., & Beam, J. (2018). Demographics and performance in New York City’s school networks – an initial inquiry. In D. Gamson & E. Hodge (Eds.), The Shifting Landscape of the American School District: Race, Class, Geography, and the Perpetual Reform of Local Control, 1935–2015 (pp. 169–186). New York: Peter Lang.

Modrek, A., Kuhn, D., Conway, A., Arvidsson, T. S. (2017) Cognitive regulation, not behavior regulation, predicts learning. Learning & Instruction.

Kuhn, D., Arvidsson, T. S., Lesperance, R., & Corprew R. (2017). Can engaging in science practices promote deep understanding of them? Science Education, 101(2), 232-250.

Arvidsson, T. S. & Kuhn, D. (2016, June). Introducing Academically Low-Performing Young Science Students to Practices of Science. Paper presented at the International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Singapore.

Kuhn, D., Ramsey, S., & Arvidsson, T. S. (2015). Developing multivariable thinkers. Cognitive Development, 35, 92-110.

Arvidsson, T. S., Fruchter, N., & Mokhtar, C. (2013). Over the Counter, Under the Radar – Inequitably Distributing New York City’s Late-Enrolling High School Students. Annenberg Institute for School Reform, Brown University.

Professional Experience / Clients

Chief Operating Officer, Urban Ed Academy, San Francisco, U.S.
Technical Program Manager, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, Redwood City, U.S.
Lecturer, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, U.S.
Lecturer, Columbia University, New York, U.S.
Research Consultant, Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University, New York, U.S.
Software Development Engineering Manager, MarketTools Inc., San Francisco, U.S.
Software Development Engineering Manager, Hyperion Solutions (Oracle), Santa Clara, U.S.


Mathematics & Society