Dr. Naomi Jessup is a mathematics teacher educator in the Early Childhood Elementary Education Department at Georgia State University. She teaches mathematics content and methods courses for prospective teachers in the elementary education bachelor’s degree program and doctoral courses on critical issues in education. Her research focuses on examining mathematics teaching practices (i.e., teacher noticing, classroom discourse) with prospective and in-service teachers, curriculum, and parental partnerships from critical perspectives. Additionally, her research focuses on reengineering mathematics education spaces in the midst of and post the COVID-19 pandemic that is rehumanizing, and honors the voices, knowledge, and contributions of historically marginalized students, parents, and their communities.
Jun 22, 2021 07:12 PM EDT
We Notice and Wonder What? Using Notice and Wonder as a Tool for Critical Reflection and Engagement
Jul 28, 2020 07:12 PM EDT
Understanding the Mental Toll: Signals and Strategies for Supporting Our Teachers and Students
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