Anne’s research interests focus on the noticing, teaching and learning of pre-service and practicing mathematics teachers in the elementary and middle grades. More specifically, she researches teaching practices, technologies, policies and professional development opportunities that facilitate teacher learning and provide mathematical access for underserved populations.
Anne is a mathematics teacher educator whose research and teaching centers on supporting the learning of practicing and future teachers. Her scholarship has been published in journals such as The Elementary School Journal and Notices of the American Mathematical Society and presented at professional conferences at local, state and national venues. Anne teaches courses within the educator preparation program specific to elementary mathematics methods. Additionally, she is an instructor for the Cyclone Learning Zone, which provides classroom based teaching experiences for preservice teachers while simultaneously supports the academic learning of local elementary students. Anne has been recognized for her commitment to the fields of mathematics and teacher education as an NSF-funded STaR (Service, Teaching and Research) Fellow and recipient of the College of Human Sciences Early Achievement in Outreach Award.
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Missouri; Columbia, 2012
Specialization: Mathematics Education
Emphasis: Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis