Dr. Enrique Galindo is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at Indiana University Bloomington. He has directed many large-scale funded projects and has many years of experience with professional development. He has conducted research on teacher education, on learning in technology-supported environments, on the systematic development of educational multimedia products, and on large-scale assessment. He was president of the Hoosier Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (HAMTE). He directed the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Illuminations project the electronic version of Principles and Standards project, and was associate editor for the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. Some of his recent projects included the NSF-funded Iterative Model Building Project, a project focused on improving teacher quality through the implementation of an innovative math and science field experience approach based on paying attention to children’s thinking and collaboration. He also directed the Greene County Math and Science Partnership, a project to help teachers in grades 4-12 improve teaching and learning in STEM education.
Dr. Galindo teaches courses on math and pedagogy, secondary mathematics methods courses, and a doctoral seminar on research on learning mathematics with technology. He is co-editor of the NCTM Book “Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships: Making Mathematics Come Alive with Project-Based Learning.” His service for AMTE includes the AMTE Conference Committee, the Communications Committee, and the AMTE's Technology Committee (2010 Chair).