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Jere Confrey

Joseph D. Moore Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education

Poe Hall 510C



Dr. Confrey is the Joseph D. Moore Distinguished University Professor. She teaches in the graduate program in mathematics education, and offers courses on learning sciences, curriculum development and evaluation, and related topics in mathematics education. Her current research interests focus on analyzing national policy, synthesizing research on rational number, designing diagnostic assessments in mathematics focused on student thinking, building innovative software linking animation and mathematics, and studying school improvement for under-served youth at the high school level in rural and urban settings. She holds multiple grants from the National Science Foundation and currently serves on the Research Council for NCTM.

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GISMO (Generating Increased Science and Math Opportunities)

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