Teachers College, Columbia University

Research on Mathematics Instruction at Community Colleges

Date and Time: April 20, 2021 3:00–4:30 PM EST
Location: Online

This session highlighted collaborative research by community college mathematics education practitioners and researchers who seek to understand and improve the teaching of mathematics at community colleges. While most of the community college research focuses on student outcomes in mathematics at these institutions, this session showcased the work of four groups of scholars who focus on key aspects of mathematical instruction.

Participants

Senior Research Associate and Program Lead
Community College Research Center
Vilma Mesa
Professor of Education and Mathematics
University of Michigan
Claire Wladis
Professor of Mathematics and Urban Education
Borough of Manhattan Community College and the CUNY Graduate Center
Laura Watkins
Mathematics Educator
Glendale Community College
Irene Duranczyk
Associate Professor
College of Education and Human Development, the University of Minnesota
April Ström
Incoming Vice President
Mathematical Association of America
Megan Breit-Goodwin
Mathematics Educator
Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Ann Sitomer
Senior Researcher
STEM Research Center, Oregon State University

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