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NCSM Journal December 2023

Characterizing Mathematics Teacher Learning Patterns through Collegial Conversations in a Community of Practice

A team of students and faculty published their work in the December issue of the Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership (JMEL)

Geena Taite, Educator of the Year at Diana C. Lobosco Teaching Academy

PhD Candidate, Geena Taite, Receives Educator of the Year Governor’s Award

Geena was awarded the honor for her work at Diana C. Lobosco STEM Academy

Life of George the Rock, a rock cycle simulation

Using Debugging As A Platform For Transdisciplinary Learning

The article revealed that practicing computational thinking through debugging offers ample opportunities for transdisciplinary learning

Investigating Instructional Enactments in Undergraduate Precalculus and their Relationships to Students' Attitudes Towards Mathematics and Perseverance in Problem-solving presented by Amy Daniel and Joseph DiNapoli at the 2023 NE-RUME Conference

Math Ed team presents at NE-RUME

Investigating the relationships between enactments of a research-based precalculus curriculum and students’ attitudes towards mathematics and perseverance in problem-solving

Amanda Provost with her poster at PMENA 2023

Student presents research at PMENA2023

Amanda Provost presented her project Exploring Lunar Phases by Co-splitting Fractions and Angles

John O'Meara leading a PD session and Ursula Derios directing people into the Wipro course

Students Facilitate Wipro PD

Math Ed PhD candidates Ursula Derios and John O’Meara facilitated professional development workshops as part of the Wipro Science Education Fellowship teacher leadership program

pmena working group with Amanda Provost

Doctoral candidate co-leads working group on Gender and Sexuality in Math Education

Amanda Provost co-lead the group with five other researchers from across the world

students presenting at PME-NA 2023

MSU Modeling Group Presents at PME-NA2023

They presented on their brief research report, “Increasing Student Engagement in Mathematical Modeling Through Teacher Professional Development”

Zareen Aga headshot

Doc Program Grad Receives NSF CAREER Grant

The grant is one of NSF’s most prestigious awards in support of early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education

math ed phd grads with their mentors outside the Prudential Center

Celebrating our Doctoral Students

Dr. Erell Germia and Dr. Alfred Limbere earned their PhDs in Mathematics Education at the Spring 2023 Commencement

Doctoral student Amanda Provost presenting at ISLS23

Math Ed Research Team presents at ISLS23

students in the Artechouse MAGENTAVERSE exhibit

What a (Field) Trip!

This year’s Math Department Field Trip engaged students and faculty in embodied experiences in the mathematical arts at three spaces in NYC.