As a university-based educator and researcher, I teach graduate and undergraduate courses in mathematics education, educational assessment and research methodology. I also collaborate with other researchers on various research projects. My current research areas include: exploring ways to support K-12 teachers as they further develop their approach to mathematics teaching and learning, ways of using digital technology to represent connections in school mathematics, and studying teachers’ use of assessment to support learning in various subject areas.
Alongside my teaching and research, I work with a number of educational organizations such as the Canadian Assessment for Learning Network and I enjoy facilitating professional learning opportunities on topics such as research-based approaches to mathematics teaching and learning as well as strategies for using assessment to support learning in K-12 and post-secondary settings.
I invite you to explore my website to learn more about my work. Feel free to contact me if you are interested in discussing a research partnership, planning professional learning in your school or school division, thinking about beginning a Masters or PhD program or have other questions.
Room 230M Education Building
71 Curry Place
University of Manitoba
Canada R3T 2N2