Mathematics and Statistics Education Doctoral Students
Jerome Z. Amedu
My research interests include math difficulties, ICT in mathematics instruction, teacher preparation, and international comparative studies in mathematics education.
Research interests include professional development and training of pre-service/in-service statistics teachers.
Brittney L. Black
My research focuses on the role of race in mathematics education. Specifically, how the experiences of Black learners shape their mathematics identity.
Latoya’s interests center on teacher training and professional development, specifically those of mathematics teachers in low-performing, rural schools.
My research interests are in popularizing mathematics in diverse communities by using communication tools to improve parental involvement.
Michele is interested in researching equitable student centered practices with a focus on mathematical discourse amongst students.
Emily’s research interests are situated around teacher preparation and professional development of K-12 pre-service and in-service teachers of mathematics.
Research interests: student attitudes toward and perceptions of mathematics specifically focusing on undergraduates enrolled in online introductory-level mathematics courses.
Research interest includes how middle school mathematics teachers utilize the inquiry cycle in data analysis on interim assessments to influence their teaching.
Taylor’s research interests include the practice of teaching secondary statistics and the use of technology in mathematics classrooms.
My research will focus around diversity and equity amongst teachers/students.
Nick’s research interests include statistics education, educational technology, and pre-service teachers.
Rayshawn’s research interest and experience includes determining effective teaching strategies in algebra and examining teacher preparation in high needs schools.
My research interests include teacher professional development, especially in the areas of data science education and the mathematical modeling process.
Mannix’s research centers on self-efficacy and math anxiety, particularly in teachers. Other interests include: geometry/proof and professional development..
Her research focus is students’ opportunities to learn in statistics courses and how teachers are getting prepared for it.
Josh’s research interests include mathematics and statistics curriculum in high school and undergraduate introductory-level math/stat courses.
Former high school teacher interested in developing teacher educators and working with current teachers in statistics education.
Research interests: statistics/probability/data science education, probabilistic reasoning, probabilistic/statistical misconceptions, statistical literacy, technology applications in teaching and learning.
James’s research interests are professional development of pre-service and in-service mathematics teachers.
Applications of technology in statistics education. Applications of computation in statistics education.
Zack’s research interests include: statistics education, teaching and learning statistics, statistical thinking, biostatistics, evaluation and assessment, curriculum development, and learning theories.