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Hollylynne Lee

Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Education

University Faculty Scholar and Faculty Fellow, Friday Institute

Poe Hall 502C

919.513.3544

Bio

Dr. Lee has been at NC State since 2000. Her research interests include teaching and learning of probability and statistics, especially incorporating technology use, designing technology tools that facilitate students' learning of mathematics (e.g.,Probability Explorer), as well as preparing preservice and inservice teachers to use technology in K-12 mathematics (e.g., PTMT: Preparing to Teach Mathematics with Technology). She also is a Co-PI on the Noyce Mathematics Education Teaching Scholars grants and program that prepares teachers for working in high-needs school districts. Dr. Lee is Faculty Fellow at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation where she is a Co-PI on the MOOC for Educators grant, lead designer for MOOCs focused on teaching statistics, and the director of the new HI-RiSE effort [Hub for Innovation and Research in Statistics Education].

Research Description

Dr. Lee is a Professor of mathematics education. Her current research interests include teaching and learning of probability and statistics, especially incorporating technology use, designing technology tools that facilitate students' learning of mathematics (e.g., Probability Explorer), as well as preparing preservice and inservice teachers to use technology in K-12 mathematics. She collaborates with faculty in the Statistics department on teaching and research endeavors and has several cross institutional research efforts to better understand how teachers develop statistical understandings for teaching. Her current work also includes developing and implementing a MOOC to assist teachers in preparing to teach statistics.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics Education from the University of Virginia

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