The MSMME faculty is experienced in designing and delivering high-quality online coursework and professional development for a wide variety of mathematics teacher audiences.   The faculty shares responsibility for designing and delivering all coursework in the MSMME program. The MSMME coordinator administers the program and advises students. On occasion, other faculty will be invited to teach an on-campus course, or an experienced instructor will be assigned to teach an online course.

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.

Elizabeth Burroughs

Professor
burroughs@montana.edu
homepage
406-994-3322

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

Assistant Professor
mary.carlson5@montana.edu
homepage
406-994-5232

Dr. Carlson's research interests: .

Jennifer Luebeck (MSMME Coordinator)

Associate Professor
jennifer.luebeck@montana.edu
homepage
406-994-5341

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.

Megan Wickstrom

Assistant Professor
megan.wickstrom@montana.edu
homepage
406-994-5026

Dr. WIckstrom's research interests:

Instructional Faculty

  • 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.