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Robin Anderson

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education


502D Poe Hall

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Selected Scholarly Publications

  • Anderson, R. K., & Williams, M. (2023). Mathematics teachers’ participatory patterns between face-to-face and virtual professional learning environments. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 23(1).
  • Troudt, M. L., Skultety, L., Anderson R. K., & Joswick, C. (2022). Framing justice-oriented professional growth for teachers and teacher educators using nested cycles of acknowledgment, action, and accountability. AMTE Connections.
  • Anderson, R. K., Weiland, T., Males, L., & Quaisley, K. (2022). How four white MTEs attempted to acknowledge, act, and hold ourselves accountable. Teaching for Excellence and Equity in Mathematics, 13(1), 60-70.
  • Anderson, R. K., West, H., & Kates, A. (2022). Learning to subvert: How online learning communities can promote acts of creative insubordination. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education.


Ph.D. Curriculum and Teacher Education -- Mathematics Education, Learning Sciences and Technology Design Stanford University 2019

M.Ed. Secondary Mathematics and Physics University of California, San Diego 2008

B.A. Mathematics University of California, San Diego 2006

Area(s) of Expertise

Dr. Robin Anderson researches mathematics teacher learning through informal communities in online spaces. Her work amplifies the importance of teacher choice in their professional development by highlighting their self-generated learning experiences.