People

Principal Investigators

Alan H. Schoenfeld

Alan H. Schoenfeld

University of California, Berkeley

Robert Floden

Robert Floden

Michigan State University

Berkeley Team

Evie Baldinger

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST, in progress since fall 2010
Interests: Equity in mathematics education, teacher education, teacher support, race and identity in schools


Fady Chidiac

Fady El Chidiac

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST in progress since fall 2011
Interests: Student cognition with regard to participation structures and discourse analysis of whole class discussions.

Denny Gillingham

Denny Gillingham

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST, in progress since Fall 2011
Interests: Student cognition, students engaging with content in increasingly nuanced/complex ways, teacher content knowledge (its development, and its affect on pedagogy and classroom norms)

Hee Jeong Kim Hee-Jeong Kim

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST in progress since fall 2009
Interests: Algebraic thinking, Teacher education and professional development, Student and teacher cognition

Nicole Louie

Nicole Louie

Degree: Ph.D., in progress since Fall 2009
Interests: Equity in mathematics education; teacher education and professional development

Daniel Reinholz

Sarah Menanix

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST, in progress since fall 2009
Interests: Mathematics Remediation for Secondary Classrooms, Issues of Equity in Mathematics, Mathematical Problem Solving

Diana Rosendo

Diana Rosendo

Degree:NERDS Undergraduate Research Assistant for Alan Schoenfeld
Interests: Equity in mathematics education, specifically on historically marginalized populations.
Mallika Scott

Mallika Scott

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST in progress since fall 2012
Interests: Teacher education, equity in mathematics education, teacher content knowledge, numerical reasoning
Kim Seashore

Kim Seashore

Degree: Ph.D. in SESAME in progress since fall 2008
Interests:

Anna Weltman

Becca Usoff

Degree: M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
Interests: Gaining experience before I begin the credential program; teacher education and professional development

Anna Weltman

Anna Weltman

Degree: Ph.D. in EMST in progress since fall 2014
Interests: Ways that teachers help students come to view themselves as mathematicians and learning artifacts that promote active and creative engagement with mathematical ideas.

Anna Zarkh

Anna Zarkh

Degree: Ph.D. in SESAME in progress since fall 2014
Interests: How people interact with mathematics, mathematical sense making, cognition and in particular representations.

Michigan State Team

Adrienne Hu

Sihua (Adrienne) Hu

Degree: Ph.D student in Mathematics Education, M.A. in Statistics, both in progress since Fall 2010
Interests: I am interested in secondary algebra and statistics teaching and learning, especially pre-service teachers' knowledge in these two areas.

 

Durrel Jones

Durrell Jones

Degree: Ph.D. student in Mathematics Education, in progress since Fall 2013
Interests: Equity in mathematics education at the secondary school and higher education level, reform curriculum, and pre-service teacher education.

Young-ran Kim

Young-ran Kim

Degree: Educational Policy, M.A. in Psychology, Measurement, and Evaluation
Interests: I am interested in schema construction and roles of schemata in learning mathematics, school finance, funding equality, and charter schools.


Jamie Wernet

Leonardo Medel

Degree: Ph.D. student in Mathematics Education, in progress since Fall 2013
Interests: Mathematics Learning, Development of Mathematical Thinking and Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching.

Other contributors

Jerilynn Lepak

Jerilynn Lepak

Degree: Ph.D in DSME (division of science and mathematics education), awarded 2012
Interests: I am interested in how teachers elicit student reasoning and use it in negotiating mathematical meaning. Algebra, Rational numbers.


Alumni

Niral Shah

Niral Shah

Degree: Ph.D. in Education in Mathematics, Science, and Technology, University of California, Berkeley, 2013
Interests: I am interested in issues of equity and identity formation in STEM education.


Daniell Champney

Danielle Champney

Degree: Ph.D. in Science and Mathematics Education (SESAME), University of California, Berkeley, 2013
Interests: I am interested in studying students' perceptions of the intersection of undergraduate mathematics and physics courses and reasoning, and students' use of images in mathematical sense-making, as well as exploring ways to best prepare future mathematics teachers for the challenges of their profession


Daniel Reinholz

Daniel Reinholz

Degree: Ph.D. in Mathematics and Science Education, University of California, Berkeley, 2014
Interests: Student beliefs, numeracy, open source curricul

Jamie Wernet

Jamie Wernet

Degree: Ph.D. mathematics education, Michigan State University, 2014
Interests:I am interested in secondary mathematics teaching and learning, specifically algebra instruction. I am especially interested in teachers' enactment of contextual tasks and student motivation to learn mathematics.

Rachel Ayieko

Rachel Ayieko

Degree: Ph.D. in Teacher Education, Michigan State University 2014
Interests:Mathematics teacher education, mathematics knowledge for teaching, algebra teaching and learning.

Vinci Daro, UNC Chapel Hill / UC Berkeley

Francisco Banchon, UC Berkeley

Aldo Dalla Piazza, Bienne, Switzerland

Mariana Levin, UC Berkeley

Cory Randolph, UC Davis

José Sanchez, UC Berkeley

Alyse Schneider, UC Berkeley

Marlo Warburton, Berkeley Unified School District

Duanghathai Katwibun, Chiang Mai University, Thailand