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Karen Karp, EdD

Professor

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Karen Karp is a professor in the EdD program at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. For 21 years prior to this appointment, she was a professor of mathematics education in the Department of Early and Elementary Childhood Education at the University of Louisville. She also was the chair of the Department of Teaching and Learning for five years. She was a recipient of two of the University of Louisville’s presidential awards—the Distinguished Teaching Award and the Distinguished Service Award for a Career of Service. In addition, she received the Outstanding Doctoral Mentor Award at the University of Louisville.

She is the author or co-author of 22 book chapters, approximately 45 articles and more than 26 books, including Elementary and Middle School Mathematics: Teaching Developmentally, Student Centered Mathematics; Developing Essential Understanding of Addition and Subtraction for Teaching Mathematics; and Inspiring Girls to Think Mathematically.

She is a former member of the board of directors of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and a former president of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. While on the NCTM board, she was co-principal investigator on a grant funded by the National Science Foundation to bring together teams of mathematics and special educators to develop research supporting the teaching of mathematics to students with disabilities. She continues to work in classrooms across the country to support teachers of students with disabilities in their mathematics instruction.

ACADEMIC BACKGROUND

Doctor of Education – Hofstra University – Hempstead, New York
Major: Educational Administration and Policy Studies
Dissertation Title: The teaching of elementary school mathematics: The relationship between how mathematics is taught and teacher attitudes

Master of Science – Adelphi University – Garden City, New York
Major: Special Education

Bachelor of Science – Adelphi University – Garden City, New York
Major: Elementary Education
Concentration: Mathematics and Science

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 

Johns Hopkins University
2017-present Advisement Coordinator, School of Education
2015-present Professor, School of Education

University of Louisville
2015- present Professor Emeritus
2001-2015 Professor, Mathematics Education
2003-2008 Interim Chair/Chair, Department of Teaching and Learning
1994-2001 Assistant/Associate Professor, Mathematics Education

Indiana University Southeast
1992-1994 Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education

Adelphi University
1987-1992 Assistant Professor, Mathematics and Science Education
1987-1988 Assistant to the Dean, School of Education
1984-1987 Instructor/Adjunct Instructor, Elementary Mathematics and Science Education

West Hempstead, New York Public Schools
Elementary School Teacher
Administrative Intern

Roslyn, New York Public Schools
Mathematics Teacher

 

SELECTED RESEARCH AND SCHOLARLY ACTIVITY

SELECTED BOOKS

Van de Walle, J. A., Karp, K. S., & Bay-Williams, J. M. (2019). Elementary and middle school mathematics: Teaching developmentally (10th ed.). NY: Pearson Education.

Crites, T., Dougherty, B., Slovin, H., Karp, K. S. (2018). Essential understanding of geometry in practice, grades 6-8. Reston, VA: NCTM.

Van de Walle, J. A., Lovin, L. H., Karp, K. S., & Bay-Williams, J. M. (2018). Teaching student centered mathematics: Teaching developmentally in grades pre K-2. (3rd ed.) NY: Pearson Education.

Van de Walle, J. A., Karp, K. S., Lovin, L. H., & Bay Williams, J. M. (2018). Teaching student centered mathematics: Teaching developmentally in grades 3-5. (3rd ed.). NY: Pearson Education.

Van de Walle, J. A., Bay Williams, J. M., Lovin, L. H., & Karp, K. S. (2018). Teaching student centered mathematics: Teaching developmentally in grades 6-8. (3rd ed.). NY: Pearson Education.

Michelli, N., Dada, R., Eldridge, D., Tamim, R. & Karp, K. (Eds.) (2017). Teacher quality and teacher education quality: Accreditation from a global perspective. NY: Routledge.

Charles, R., Bay-Williams, J., Berry, R., Caldwell, J., Champagne, Z., Copley, J., Crowne, W., Fennell, F., Karp, K., Murphy, S., Schielack, J., Suh, J., & Wray, J. (2016). enVision Math2.0. Glenview, IL: Pearson.

Bush, S. Karp, K., & Dillon, F. (2015). Discovering lessons for the Common Core State Standards in grades 9-12. Reston, VA: NCTM.

Bush, S. & Karp, K. (2015). Discovering lessons for the Common Core State Standards in grades K-5. Reston, VA: NCTM.

Karp, K., Ed. (2014). Annual perspectives in mathematics education 2014: Using research to improve instruction. Reston, VA.: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Caldwell, J., Kobett, B. & Karp, K. (2014). Essential understanding of addition and subtraction in practice, grades K-2. Reston, VA: NCTM.

Bush, S. & Karp, K. (2014). Discovering lessons for the Common Core State Standards in grades 6-8. Reston, VA: NCTM.

SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS

Livers, D. & Karp, K. (2018). The power of context: Promoting equity and access in mathematics learning using children’s literature. In. E. E. Monroe, T. Young, D. S. Fuentes & O. Haworth (Eds.) Deepening children’s mathematical understanding with children’s literature. Reston: VA: NCTM.

Kobett, B. & Karp, K. (2018). Using formative assessment to guide the effective implementation of response to intervention (RtI). In, E. Silver & V. Mills (Eds.) A fresh look at formative assessment in mathematics teaching. (pp. 127-144). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Michelli, N. & Karp, K. (2017). Making accreditation successful and meaningful. In, Michelli, N., Dada, R., Eldridge, D., Tamim, R. & Karp, K. (Eds.) (2017). Teacher quality and teacher education quality: Accreditation from a global perspective. (pp. 40-57). NY: Routledge.

Tamim, R., Colburn, L. & Karp, K. (2017). The meaning of teacher quality. Michelli, N., Dada, R., Eldridge, D., Tamim, R. & Karp, K. (Eds.) (2017). Teacher quality and teacher education quality: Accreditation from a global perspective. (pp. 3-18). NY: Routledge.

Figueiras, L., Griffiths, R., Karp, K., Lorenz, J. H. & Penteado, M. G. (2017). Topic study group no. 5: Classroom practice and research for students with mathematical learning difficulties. In Proceedings of the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education. ICME-13 Monographs. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-62597-3_32.

Bay-Williams, J. M. & Karp, K. (2010). Elementary mathematics teachers’ beliefs. In D. Lambdin & F. Lester (Eds.), Teaching and learning mathematics: Translating research for elementary school teachers. (pp. 47-54). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Molfese, V. & Karp, K. (2006). Elements of a successful proposal. In E. Kulkowski and L. Chronister (Eds.), Research administration and management (pp. 271-286). Boston, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Karp, K., Allen, C., Allen, L., & Brown, E. T. (2004). Feisty females: Using children’s literature with strong female characters to create mathematics lessons. In Thiessen, D. (Ed.), Exploring mathematics through literature (pp. 267-276). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Karp, K. (2004). Telling tales: Creating graphs from multicultural children’s literature. In Thiessen, D. (Ed.) Exploring mathematics through literature. (pp. 257-266). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Karp, K (2002). Gender and mathematics education. In D. Levinson, P. Cookson, & A. Sadovnik (Eds.), Education and sociology: An encyclopedia (pp. 281-288). New York: Routledge Falmer.

Karp, K. (2000). Females + mathematics = A complex equation. (revision) In A. Sadovnik, P. Cookson & S. Semel (Eds.), Exploring education. 2nd Edition (pp. 471-483). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Karp, K. (2000). Weaving lessons: Strategies for teaching mathematics and science in inclusive settings. In S. Wade (Ed.) Inclusive education: A casebook and readings for prospective and practicing teachers. (pp. 29-49). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

SELECTED REFEREED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Bush, S. B., Karp, K. S., Cox, R., Cook, K. L., Albanese, J., & Karp, M. (2018). Design thinking framework: Shaping powerful mathematics. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 23(5).

Harbour, K. E., Adelson, J. L., Karp, K. S. & Pittard, C. (2018). Examining the relationships among mathematics coaches and specialists, student achievement, and disability status: A multi-level analysis using NAEP data. The Elementary School Journal, 118(4), 654-679.

Whitney, T., Lingo, A., Cooper, J. & Karp, K. (2017). Effects of children’s literature on students’ on task behavior during mathematics instruction. Remedial and Special Education, 38(5), 284-296.

Bush, S., Karp, K., Albanese, J. & Karp, M. (2017). An architecture design project: “Building” understanding. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 23(3) 162-169.

Dougherty, B. J., Bush, S., & Karp, K. (2017). Circumventing rules that expire. Mathematics Teacher,111(2), 134-138.

Bush, S., Karp, K., Lenz, T. & Nadler, J. (2017) When Venn diagrams “intersect” art and math. Teaching Children Mathematics, 23(7), 414-421.

Harbour, K., Karp, K. S. & Lingo, A. (2017). Inquiry to action: Diagnosing and addressing students’ relational thinking about the equal sign. Teaching Exceptional Children. 49(2), 126-133.

Cook, K., Bush, S., & Karp, K. (2016). Clarifying confusing science rules, vocabulary, and diagrams. The American Biology Teacher. 78(8), 676-678.

Fennell, F. & Karp, K. (2016). Fraction sense: Foundational understandings. Journal of Learning Disabilities. 1-3. DOI: 10.1177/0022219416662030

Bush, S., Karp, K., Nadler, J. & Gibbons, M. (2016). Exploring proportional reasoning using artwork. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. 22(4), 216-225.

Bush, S., Albanese, J. & Karp, K. (2016) What’s in a name – an age? Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. 22(1), 28-37.

Karp, K, Bush, S. & Dougherty, B. (2016). Establishing a mathematics whole school agreement. Teaching Children Mathematics. 23(2), 69-71.

Karp, K., Bush, S. & Dougherty, B. (2015). 12 math rules that expire in the middle grades. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. 21(4), 208-215.

Bush, S., Karp, K & Nadler, J. (2015). Artist? Mathematician? Developing both enhances learning! Teaching Children Mathematics, 22(2), 61-63.

Bush, S., Gibbons, K., Karp, K., & Dillon, F. (2015). Epidemics, exponential functions, and modeling. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 21(2), 90-97.

Ryoo, J. H., Molfese, V., E. T. Brown, Karp, K., Welch, G. & Bovaird, J. (2015). Examining factor structures on the Test of Early Mathematics Ability – 3: A longitudinal approach Learning and Individual Differences, 41, 21-29.

Bush, S. Karp, K, Lenz, T. & Nadler, J. (2014). Community partnerships: Pathways to meaningful mathematics. Teaching Children Mathematics. 21(3), 170-176.

Karp, K., Bush, S. & Dougherty, B. (2014). 13 rules that expire. Teaching Children Mathematics. 21(1) 18-25. TCM Editorial Panel’s Article of the Year.

Jung, E., Brown, E.T. & Karp, K. (2014). Role of teacher characteristics and school resources in learning mathematics. Learning Environment Research, 17(2), 209-228.

Hunter, A., Bush, S. & Karp, K. (2014). Systematic interventions: Teaching ratios. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 19(6), 360-367.

Bush, S. & Karp, K. (2013). Exploring students’ misconceptions in prerequisite skills in algebra: A review of the literature. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 32, 613-632.

SELECTED INVITED JOURNAL ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS

Brodesky, A. R., Zweig, J. S., Fagan, E. R., Karp, K. S., & Hirsch, L. (2018). National survey on supporting struggling mathematics learners in the middle grades: Executive Summary. Waltham, MA: Education Development Center, Inc.

Jayanthi, M., Gersten, R., Spallone, S., Dimino, J., Schumacher, R., Smolkowski, K., Karp, K. & Haymond, K. (2018). Impact of a tier 2 fraction intervention on fifth grade students’ fractions achievement: A technical report. Los Alamitos, CA: Instructional Research Group.

Guest Editor – New England Mathematics Journal, Vol. L(2), Effective Teaching Strategies – Part II (with S. Pape) November, 2017.

Guest Editor – New England Mathematics Journal, Vol. L(1), Effective Teaching Strategies – Part I (with S. Pape) May, 2017.

Series Editor – Essential understanding of geometry in practice, grades K-2. (2017). (N. Copley, author). Reston, VA: NCTM.

Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. (2017). Standards for preparing teachers of mathematics. http://amte.net/standards. (member of writing team)

Casa, T., Firmender, J., Cahill, J. …. Karp, K. …Zawodniak, R. (2016). Types of and purposes for elementary mathematical writing: Task force recommendations. http://mathwriting.education.uconn.edu

Karp, K. & Dougherty, B. (2011). NCTM position statement on interventions. Reston, VA: NCTM.

Brown, E. T., McGatha, M., & Karp, K. (2006). Assessing teachers’ knowledge: Diagnostic mathematics assessments for elementary and middle school teachers. New England Mathematics Journal, 38(2), 37-50.

SELECTED GRANT FUNDING - EXTERNAL

Strengthening Mathematics Intervention Classes: Identifying and Addressing Challenges to Improve Instruction for Struggling Learners (SMI) (2015 – present). National Science Foundation. (PI – A. Brodesky). Co-Principal Investigator.

Instructional practices that enhance learning for students struggling with rational numbers: A meta-analysis. (2015 – present). National Science Foundation.  (PI – R. Gersten). Co-Principal Investigator.

Teaching Struggling Fifth Graders Fractions Concepts, Procedures, and Problem-Solving: A Rigorous Efficacy Trial of a Fractions Intervention. (2015- present). National Science Foundation. (PI – R. Gersten). Co-Principal Investigator.

Response to Intervention in Mathematics: Beginning Substantive Collaboration between Mathematics Education and Special Education (2010) National Science Foundation (PI – NCTM). Co-Principal Investigator.

Helping Extend Learning and Practice. (2010 – 2012) Funded by KY DOE. (PI – A. Lingo). Co-Principal Investigator.

SELECTED REFEREED PRESENTATIONS - INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL

The Whole School Agreement: Aligning Across and Within Grades to Build Student Success. Featured spotlight presentation given (with S. Bush and B. Dougherty) to the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2018. Washington, DC.

Multi-tiered Systems of Support – Developing Interventions that Engage. Presentation given to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2018. Washington, DC.

Strengths-based Mathematics Instructional Design for Struggling Learners. Presentation given (with B. Kobett) to the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference February 2018, Houston, TX.

Looking at Tier 1 Instruction and Tier 2 Interventions: Supporting Students who Struggle. Presentation given to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2017. San Antonio, TX.

Promoting Equity and Access: Using Children’s Literature to Provide a Powerful Context for Learning. Presentation given (with S. Livers) to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2017. San Antonio, TX.

Instruction on Algebra Readiness Topics for Middle School RtI Tier 2 Students with Difficulties. Presentation given (with D. Bryant and B. Dougherty) to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2017. San Antonio, TX.

After the Class: Building Scholarly Endeavors with Former Preservice Candidates to Foster Teacher Leadership. Presentation given (with S. Bush) to the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference February 2017, Orlando, FL.

Avoiding Middle Grades Rules that Expire. Presentation given (with S. Bush and B. Dougherty) to the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2016. San Francisco, CA.

Exploring the use of Mathematics Coaches and Specialists. Presentation given (with K. Harbour and J. Adelson) to the Research Presession of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2016. San Francisco, CA.

Incorporating Evidence-Based Intervention Strategies into Elementary Mathematics Methods Courses. Presentation given (with K. Harbour) to the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators Annual Conference January 2016, Irvine, CA.

Role of Service Learning in Understanding and Applying Mathematical Content. Presentation given (with A. Lingo and K. Harbour) to the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, April 2015, Boston, MA.

Effective Fractions Instruction and Assessment for At-Risk Students. Presentation given (with R. Gersten and R. Ochsendorf) to the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, April 2015, Boston, MA.

Teaching K‐5 Students who Struggle in Mathematics. Keynote presentation given to the Annual Meeting of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics, April 2015, Boston, MA.

Linking Service-Learning to Field Experiences as a Way to Broaden Perspectives in Mathematics Education. Presentation given (with K. Harbour and A. Lingo) to the Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, February 2015, Orlando, FL.

The Agenda for Education in a Democracy: An International Perspective. Presentation given (with N. Michelli) at the National Network for Educational Renewal Conference, October 2014, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Teacher Education, Teacher Quality and Accreditation through an International Lens: Can the Local go Global? Presentation given (with N. Michelli, D. Eldridge, R. Dada, A. B. Thuwayba and H. Sadiq) for the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, April 2014, Philadelphia, PA.

Co-Teaching in Practice: Preparing Teachers of Mathematics to Collaborate with Special Educators. Presentation given (with A. Lingo) to the Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, February 2014, Irvine, CA.

Just Tell me How to do It: Supporting Development of Algebraic Reasoning. Presentation given (with B. Dougherty) to the Annual Meeting of the National Title I Conference. February 2014, San Diego, CA.

Diagnostic Interviews: An Assessment for Targeting Interventions for Struggling Students. Presentation given (with A. Lingo) to the Annual Meeting of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, April 2013, Denver, CO.

Teaching Mathematics to Students with Disabilities: Using the C-S-A Intervention. Presentation given two times (with A. Lingo) to the Annual Meeting of the Council on Exceptional Children, April 2013, San Antonio, TX.

Getting from X to Why?: Using Increased Understanding to Assist Students and Teachers with Math. Featured presentation given (with B. Dougherty and D. Barnes) to the Annual Meeting of the National Title I Conference. January 2013, Nashville, TN.

SELECTED INVITED ADDRESSES, SPEECHES AND PRESENTATIONS

Breaking the Mathematics Rules and Cleaning up your Language. Featured presentation be given (with S. Bush) at the Annual College- and Career-Readiness Standards Networking Conference of Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), July 2018, Orlando, FL.

STEM Education for Students with Learning Disabilities. Panel presentation given (with B. Therrien and J. Asbell-Clark) for the National Science Foundation DRK-12 Principal Investigators’ Meeting. June, 2018. Alexandria, VA. 

Findings from our Study of Middle Grades RtI and Implications for Instruction. Presentation given (with A. Brodesky & E. Fagan). SMI 2018 Forum. Educational Development Center. May 2018, Waltham, MA. 

MTSS: Effective Interventions and Assessments. All Day Institute given (with B. Dougherty) at the NCTM Annual Conference, April 2018, Washington, DC. 

Improving Mathematics Instruction for Students Who Struggle: Multi-Tiered Systems of Support. Featured presentation at the 2018 RTI/MTSS Effective Instruction Conference, January 2018, Anchorage, AK.

Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics: Developmentally Appropriate Instruction (K-2). Featured presentation at the 2018 RTI/MTSS Effective Instruction Conference, January 2018, Anchorage, AK.

Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics: Developmentally Appropriate Instruction (3-5). Featured presentation at the 2018 RTI/MTSS Effective Instruction Conference, January 2018, Anchorage, AK.

Effective Instruction for Students Who Struggle: Multi-tiered Systems of Support. Featured presentation at the Enhanced Learning Map (ELM) Conference on RtI, January 2018, Anchorage, AK. 

Supporting Students’ Mathematical Understanding (PK-3). Keynote presentation at the Small Schools Conference, October 2017, Visalia, CA.

Supporting Students’ Mathematical Understanding (4-8). Keynote presentation at the Small Schools Conference, October 2017, Visalia, CA. 

What to Teach in Mathematics Intervention: Perspectives from Mathematics Education Scholarship. Keynote presentation at STEM Education, Learning Disabilities and the Science of Dyslexia Conference of the National Science Foundation. September 2017, Arlington, VA. 

Multi-tiered Systems of Support: How can we Effectively Teach Students who Struggle? Keynote presentation at the Enhanced Learning Maps (ELM) Conference, July 2017, Kansas City, MO. 

MTSS: What are Effective Interventions and Assessments? All Day Institute (with B. Dougherty) at the NCTM Annual Conference, April 2017, San Antonio, TX.

Looking at Tier 1 Instruction and Tier 2 Interventions: Supporting Students in Grades K-6 Who Struggle with Learning Mathematics. Two-day Institute at the Math in the Planes conference of the Colorado Council for Learning Disabilities. February, 2017, Centennial, CO.

Providing Students with Access to Mathematics by Supporting their Learning and Engagement. Keynote presentation given at the NCTM Innov8 Conference on Students Who Struggle. October 2016, St. Louis, MO.

Working with Graduate Students: Graduate Student, Junior Faculty and Researcher Mentoring Session. Presentation given (with J. Dixon) to the Research Presession of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting. April, 2016. San Francisco, CA. 

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support: Interventions and Assessment Strategies. Keynote presentation given at the First Annual Joint Conference of the Michigan Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Michigan Council on Exceptional Children, September 2015, Macomb, MI. 

Ideas for Interventions and Assessment Strategies in the Mathematics Classroom: Teaching Students with Disabilities. Keynote presentation given at the NCTM Institute on Number and Operations, July 2015, Chicago, IL.

Teaching Mathematics in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support K-2. All day presentation for mathematics leaders. San Bernardino Public Schools, October 2014, San Bernardino, CA.

Teaching Mathematics in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support 3-5. All day presentation for mathematics leaders. San Bernardino Public Schools, October 2014, San Bernardino, CA.

Teaching Mathematics through Art. Two all-day workshops given for the Barnes Foundation. August 2014, Philadelphia, PA. 

The Coming together of Two Worlds: Best Practices in Mathematics Education and Special Education. Presentation given to the Annual Meeting of NCTM Research Presession April 2014, New Orleans, LA. 

Formative Assessment a Key Element in Fostering the Mathematical Success of All Students. Presentation given (with E. Silver, M. Franke, M. Smith, T. Lott-Adams and J. Confrey) at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, February 2014, Irvine, CA. 

Assessment within a Response to Intervention Model: Tools and Ideas. Presentation given (with A. Lingo) to the Elementary Mathematics Specialists Consortium, November, 2013, Westminster, MD. 

The Invisible 10% – Preparing Teachers to Teach Mathematics to Students with Special Needs. Keynote presentation of the Judith Jacobs Lecture given at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, February 2013, Orlando, FL.

SELECTED OTHER RESEARCH, EVALUATION, CONSULTING AND ADVISORY EXPERIENCE

Eminent Scholar – University of Maryland Baltimore County. – 2015 – present

Use of Learning Maps as an Organizing Structure for Formative Assessment. – Advisory team member. University of Kansas – funding through the U.S. Department of Education. 2015 – present

International Congress on Mathematics Education (ICME) – Team Member for the Topic Study Group on Students with Special Needs. Hamburg, Germany July, 2016.

Barnes Foundation – Mathematics Consultant for a grant from Smith, Glaxo Kline for integrating art into the mathematics curriculum. 2013- 2016

Qatar University (Doha, Qatar) – Support for NCATE Review, 2013 – 2015

Reviewer for the Brookhill Foundation – Elementary Mathematics Numbers and Operations – Fractions Professional Development Curriculum, 2012 – 2014

National Advisory Panel on Elementary Mathematics Specialists – Supported by the Brookhill Foundation, 2011 – 2015

Academic Behavior Response to Intervention – Funded by KY DOE. (PI- Terry Scott). Content Expert in Mathematics 2009 – present

SPDG. Funded by KY DOE (PI – Amy Lingo) Co-PI and Content Expert in Mathematics 2013 – present

Meadows Center for Preventing Educational Risk: Mathematics Institute for Learning Disabilities and Difficulties at the University of Texas- Austin. Fellow, 2009 – present

Math Olympiad for Elementary and Middle Schools. Board of Directors, 2009 – present

Zayed University (Abu Dhabi and Dubai, United Arab Emirates) – Support for NCATE Review, 2012 – 2013

PARCC Prototype Assessment Task Project – Elementary Mathematics Specialist, 2012

Reviewer for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada – 2012 – 2013

National Alternate Assessment Center. Content Expert in Mathematics, May 2010 – 2012. Washington, DC. – Produced Learning Progressions Frameworks Designed for Use with the Common Core State Standards in Mathematics K-12. (2010)

SELECTED HONORS AND AWARDS

2018 JHU School of Education Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award

2014 President’s Distinguished Service Award for a Career of Service

2013 Outstanding Doctoral Mentor Award

2010 Metroversity Award for Instructional Improvement – Teaching Students with Disabilities

2009 Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching – Department of Teaching and Learning

2006 President’s Distinguished Teaching Award

2002 Metroversity Special Merit Award

2002 Metroversity Award for Instructional Improvement – Implications of Research in Mathematics Education

Education Graduate Student Association’s 2000 Best All Around Graduate Faculty Member Award – Honorable Mention

NCTM Award for Distinguished Accomplishment – 2000

SELECTED SERVICE

SELECTED NATIONAL SERVICE

Professional Organizations

American Educational Research Association – member 1987 – present
SIG – Research on Women in Education Program Committee Reviewer,
Division C Section 2 (Mathematics) Program Committee Reviewer,
Division K Program Committee Reviewer,
Manuscript Reviewer, Educational Researcher,
Division A Program Committee Reviewer,
Manuscript Reviewer, American Educational Research Journal,

Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 1992-present
Elementary Standards Task Force, 2015 – 2017
Nominations and Elections Committee, 2012 – 2016 (Chair 2014-2016)
Equity Task Force, 2012 – 2015
Advocacy in Mathematics Teacher Education Task Force, 2010 – 2012
Connections Newsletter Editorial Panel, 2009 – 2011
Past President, 2005 – 2006
President, 2003 – 2005
President Elect, 2002 – 2003

Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences – 2002 – 2005

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education/ CAEP
Board of Examiners Member, 2006 – 2018
State Partnerships and Content Areas Committee, 2015 – 2016
Board of Examiners – Chair Training, 2013

National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics-member 1991 – present
Reviewer – NCSM Position Statement on Response to Intervention,
Program Strand Leader for 2004 Annual Conference,
Glenn Gilbert National Leadership Award Committee,

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics – member 1973 – present
Regional Conference Program Committee – Hartford, 2017 – present
Nominations and Elections Committee, 2016 – 2019, Chair 2018-2019
Journal Implementation Task Force, Chair, 2017
INNOV8 Conference Program Committee – St. Louis, 2015-2016
Annual Conference Task Force, 2013 – 2015
Reviewer – NCTM Research Presession, 2012 – 2015
MOMATH (Mathematics Museum) Task Force – 2011 – 2015
2014 Annual Conference Program Committee, 2011- 2015
Conference Planning Advisory Committee, 2010- 2015
RTI Strand Coordinator (with B. Dougherty) – 2013 Annual Convention, 2012 – 2013
Teacher Performance Assessment Consortium Review Committee, 2011 – 2012
Executive Committee of the Board of Directors, 2009 – 2011
Board of Directors, 2008-2011
Budget and Finance Committee, 2008- 2011, Chair 2010-2011
Conference Innovation Task Force, 2010 – 2011
Elementary Mathematics Specialist Task Force, 2010-2011
Equity Committee, 2008 -2011
Equity Summit – 2009
CEEME Consortium – 2009
Title 1 Summit – 2009
Professional Development Services Committee, 2008 -2011

Selected Editorial and Manuscript Review

Manuscript Reviewer, Learning Disabilities Quarterly, 2015 – present
Manuscript Reviewer, Elementary School Journal, 2014- present
Manuscript Reviewer, Teaching Children Mathematics, 1994 – present
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Research in Mathematics Education, 1996 – present
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 2011- present
Manuscript Reviewer, Solution Tree, 2011 – present
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 2010 – 2015
Manuscript Reviewer, Teaching for Excellence & Equity in Mathematics, 2012- 2014
Manuscript Reviewer, Journal of Advanced Academics, 2013 – 2014

SELECTED SERVICE

Human Subjects Review Committee 2016- present
Search Committee for Assistant Dean of Faculty Development 2018- present
Review Team for the Special Education Program, 2017 – 2018
Ed.D Doctoral Program Committee, 2015 – present
Assessment Committee, 2016 to present
Advisement Coordinator – Ed.D program, 2016 – present
Mentoring Program – Mentor for: R. JohnBull and W. Drexler, 2017 – present

SELECTED TEACHING

DOCTORAL COMMITTEES

Graduates – Chair:
Christine Brookbank – 21st Century Educator – December 2017 (Academic Dean at Archbishop Moeller High School) (JHU Edward F. Pajak, Jr. Visionary Leadership Award)

Todd Brown – Curriculum and Instruction – August 2003 (Associate Professor emeritus– University of Louisville) (Guy Stevenson Award Winner for Excellence in Graduate Studies – Dissertation)

Sarah Bush – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2011 (faculty member – University of Central Florida (Binford Award Winner – Dissertation)

Sara Donaldson – Instructional Design for Online Teaching and Learning – August 2018 (faculty member – Roger Williams College)

Jonathan Garrick – Entrepreneurial Leadership in Education – May 2018 (Assistant Principal, Montgomery County Public Schools)

Aimee Hertzog-Gruber – Special Education – May 2018 (Assistant Professor – Murray State University University)

Kristen Harbor – Curriculum and Instruction – May 2015 (Assistant Professor – University of South Carolina)

Emily Jones – 21st Century Educator – December 2017

Stefanie Livers – Curriculum and Instruction – May 2012 (Assistant Professor – Missouri State University)

Molly Macek – 21st Century Educator – December 2017 (Director Upper Level STEAM Program, Notre Dame Preparatory School)

Courtenay Mayes Miller – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2011 (Assistant Professor – College of Coastal Georgia)

Victoria Miller Bennett – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2015 – (lead teacher – Oldham County Schools)

Lisa Music – Curriculum and Instruction – May 2013 (Associate Professor – Big Sandy Community College)

Christie Perry– Curriculum and Instruction – May 2007 (retired Associate Professor – Morehead State University)

Elizabeth Popelka – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2015 (lead teacher – Ballard High School)

Shannon Washburn – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2015 (lead teacher – Kerrick Elementary School)

Leah Dix White – Curriculum and Instruction – December 2015 (lead teacher – Western High School)

Graduates – Committee Member:
Melody D’Ambrosio Deprez (Spalding University), Leadership – March 2000 (Associate Professor –Georgetown College)

Susanna Brock, December 2017 (mathematics department chair, Beckley Carroll School)

Alexandra Key, Psychology – April 2002 (Research Associate Professor – Vanderbilt University)

Michael Harris, Administration and Higher Education – December 1997 (Director of Graduate Affairs University of Louisville – Speed School of Engineering)

Regina Hirn, Curriculum and Instruction – December 2011 (Assistant Professor, University of Louisville)

Mary Grace Jaeger, Administration and Higher Education – April 2001 (deceased)

Pamela Jett, Curriculum and Instruction – May 2009 (Instructor – University of Louisville)

Beth Kobett – Johns Hopkins – June 2016 (Associate Professor – Stevenson University)

Landria Mitri – Curriculum and Instruction – May 2014 (Faculty member – Bluegrass Community and Technical College)

Ann Moll, Administration and Higher Education – May 1996 (Disabilities Services Coordinator – Colorado Mountain College)

Beverly Moore, Supervision – December 2003

Jayne Morgenthal, Administration and Higher Education – March 2001 (Associate Professor – Spalding University)

Rose Mary Newton, Administration and Higher Education – August 1998 (retired faculty member – University of Alabama)

Sheryle Nussbaum, Supervision – May 1998 (retired faculty member – Hanover College)

Phillip Owens, Educational and Counseling Psychology, November 2000 (Counselor – private practice)

Margaret Pentecost, Administration and Higher Education – May 2003 (Assistant Dean for Student Services – University of Louisville)

Christine Price, Supervision – April 2002 (high school English teacher – Oldham County)

Lori Schneiders, Educational and Counseling Psychology – April 1999 (Assistant Professor –University of Maine – Machias)

Karla Stauble, Curriculum and Instruction – August 2009 (retired)

Trudy Day Sullivan, Administration and Higher Education – May 1996 (Teacher Residency Program at Alpha Public Schools, San Jose, CA)

Emanuel Taiwo, December 2017 – Mind, Brain Teaching (Director of Student Services – Capital City Private Charter School)

Todd Whitney, Curriculum and Instruction – August 2010 (Assistant Professor – Bellarmine University)

Current Doctoral Committees
Carole Arrington-English – member
Kristin Barbour – co-chair
Jessica Bowman – (University of Utah) – member
Marissa Brash – co- chair
Erica Carswell – co-chair
Tamara Cella – co chair
Paula Clark – chair
Lauren Croix – co-chair
Jean Hampel – co-chair
Haley Harbaugh – co-chair
Hannah Hoilett- Frierson – chair
Susie Katt (University of Nebraska – Lincoln) – member
Kevin Kendrick – co-chair
Razia Kosi – co-chair
Dongcheng Li – co-chair
Jonathan McIntosh – chair
Aviva Moore – co-chair
Justin Popp – co-chair
Megan Reder-Schopp – co-chair
Beth Vander Kolk – co-chair
Rogers Walker – co-chair
Allie Watkins – chair
Jennifer Wellberg – chair
Dustin Whitlock – chair

COURSES TAUGHT

Elementary Mathematics Methods
International Service Teaching in Belize
P-5 Mathematics Methods
Middle Grades Mathematics Methods
Mathematics in the Elementary School
Portfolio Institute – Integrating Mathematics, Writing and Technology
Teaching Mathematics to Students with Disabilities
Mathematics for Girls and Other Problem Solvers
Implications of Research in Mathematics Education
Doctoral Seminar – Teacher Education and Accreditation
Doctoral Seminar – Gender in Higher Education
Science Methods in the Elementary School
Advanced Mathematics Methods
Advanced Science Methods
Introduction to Education
Senior Seminar for Student Teachers

CERTIFICATIONS (LIFETIME)

National Science Teacher Association ‑ Elementary Science, (one first 50 recipients nationally)
New York State Mathematics 7‑12
New York State School District Administrator
New York State School Administrator and Supervisor
New York State Special Education K‑12
New York State Elementary Education N‑6