George Roy is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of South Carolina. He received his undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Rollins College and attained his Master of Education in Mathematics Education from the nationally recognized Lockheed Martin/University of Central Florida Academy for Mathematics and Science at University of Central Florida (UCF). George went on to receive his Ph.D. in Education with an emphasis in Mathematics Education from UCF. During his doctoral program, his primary area of research focused on preservice teachers' development of mathematical content knowledge. Prior to his position at UofSC, he taught middle school mathematics for eight years at Orange County Florida Public Schools. During his public school tenure, he achieved a National Board of Professional Teaching Standards certification in Early Adolescence Mathematics. Currently, Roy teaches mathematics methods courses as part of Middle Level Education program in the Department of Instruction and Teacher Education. His current research efforts include examining uses of dynamic technology in middle school mathematics classrooms.
May 28, 2020 07:11 PM EDT
Catalyzing Change in Middle School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations Centered on the 4 Key Recommendations
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