Elizabeth W. Fulton is assistant research professor of mathematics education in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at Montana State University and a former high school mathematics teacher. Her research concentrates on equitable teaching practices in the teaching of mathematical modeling in grades K-12. In her work supporting the professional development of preservice and in-service teachers of mathematics, she also develops and studies mathematics tasks for use in undergraduate mathematics courses and is particularly interested in the role human beings as characters play in these tasks.
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