Beth McCord Kobett, EdD, is an associate professor in the School of Education at Stevenson University, where she works with preservice teachers and leads professional learning efforts in mathematics education both regionally and nationally. She is also the lead consultant for the Elementary Mathematics Specialists and Teacher Leaders Project. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of NCTM and is the former president of the Association for Maryland Mathematics Teacher Educators.
She is a former classroom teacher, elementary mathematics specialist, adjunct professor, and university supervisor. At the undergraduate level Beth teaches early childhood, elementary, and middle school mathematics methods courses, as well as equity in education courses. At the graduate level, she teaches courses on diagnostics and interventions for mathematics students. She has a particular interest in developing problem solving dispositions in students through problem-based teaching. Dr. Kobett is a recipient of the Mathematics Educator of the Year Award from the Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM). Beth also received Stevenson University's Excellence in Teaching Award as both an adjunct and full-time faculty member.
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