Mathematics Education - MSMME
Master of Science in Mathematics - Mathematics Education Option
MSU's mathematics education group is one of the largest mathematics education faculties in the Northwest. They are active at national and state levels and have a proven track record in providing state-of-the-art professional development opportunities for mathematics teachers. Ongoing research and professional development projects conducted by the mathematics education faculty and doctoral students provide a dynamic environment in which to pursue a Master of Science degree. Faculty contact information and research interests are listed below.
Dr. Burroughs's research interests: making connections between the mathematics that pre-service teachers study as undergraduates and the mathematics they teach in schools; developing courses appropriate for mathematics teacher preparation programs; developing curriculum and instructional approaches for middle and high school mathematics that are contextually appropriate.
Mary Alice Carlson
Dr. Carlson's research interests: .
Jennifer Luebeck (MSMME Coordinator)
Dr. Luebeck's research interests: developing and implementing frameworks for effective professional development in mathematics; professional development for isolated rural teachers; content-based mentoring of novice mathematics teachers; professional development through computer-mediated communication; on-line learning and analysis of discourse.
Dr. WIckstrom's research interests:
- Maurice Burke, MSU-Bozeman (emeritus)
- Lawrence Dewey, Peninsula College, WA
- Eric Humberger, Bozeman Public Schools
- Philip Kaatz, Mesalands College, NM
Updated on: 03/27/2015.