2018 Susan Gay Travel Scholarship Recipient - Nathan Earley

Biography

Nathan Earley is a doctoral student in STEM Education at the University of Minnesota, specializing in math education. He is currently teaching undergraduate math content courses as well as supervising secondary preservice math teachers through field experience. His research interests primarily focus on critical care and teaching dilemmas. Currently, he is leading a study of connections between perceived levels of care in college students and their demographic and class performance. Previous work has focused on evaluating teacher professional development and using technology and data to target instruction to learners. He holds a M. Ed. in Mathematics Education from the University of Minnesota as well as a B.A. in mathematics from St. Olaf College. Prior to full time doctoral work, Nathan taught high school math for nine years in Bloomington, MN including collegiate dual enrollment math and math department lead.

 

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Connections

Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

Our new Fall 2020 issue features the President’s Message with an interesting lensing of “plot twists” plus articles related to mathematical knowledge for teaching, defining equity, and developing equitable practices. You will find information on the AMTE 2021 Award Recipients, the STaR Fellows Program and application process for the 2021 cohort, and the upcoming Annual Conferences. This issue also includes a special call for Connections manuscripts focusing on field experiences, updates from AMTE's two journals and Affiliates, and more!  

Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor