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STEM in Education Research


Explore faculty research in STEM in education



Research Faculty

Erin Baldinger
Assistant Professor Erin Baldinger
  • Mathematics teacher preparation
  • Mathematical knowledge for teaching
  • Practice-based teacher education
Julie Brown
Assistant Professor Julie Brown
  • Culturally responsive STEM teachers
  • Design-based research
  • Curriculum design
  • Professional development
 
Lesa Clarkson
Associate Professor Lesa Clarkson
  • Mathematics in urban classroom
  • Achievement disparity in mathematics
  • Culturally relevant mathematics teaching and learning
  • Teaching and learning eighth grade algebra
Kathy Cramer
Associate Professor Kathleen Cramer
  • Teaching and learning rational numbers in grades 4-8
  • Fraction learning in grades 4-5
  • Teacher preparation and development
 
Fred Finley
Associate Professor Fred Finley
  • Earth systems and human interaction with the earth
  • Civic engagement studies in Thailand and the U.S.
Douglas Robertson
Professor Douglas Robertson
  • Developmental mathematics
  • Computer education
 
Gillian Roehrig
Professor Gillian Roehrig
  • K-12 STEM integration
  • STEM teacher induction
  • STEM teacher preparation and professional development
Susan Staats
Associate Professor Susan Staats
  • Mathematics Education
  • Ethnography of Speaking, Linguistics and Anthropology
 
Bhaskar Upadhyay
Associate Professor Bhaskar Upadhyay
  • Equity, social justice, and urban teacher education in STEM Education
  • Race issues in STEM Education
  • STEM Education and Food Security in the Global South
  • Anthropology of STEM Education

Instructional Faculty

Barbara Billington
Senior Lecturer Barbara Billington
  • Secondary science teacher education and development
  • Elementary teacher education in science instruction
  • Gender equity in STEM
  • Teacher mentoring and support
Terry Wyberg
Lecturer Terrence Wyberg
  • Teacher education and development
  • Math teacher preparation

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