Moderator: Dr. Brooke Max, Purdue University, USA
1- Professor Signe Kastberg, Purdue University, USA
2- Associate Professor Enrique Galindo, Indiana University Bloomington, USA
3- Associate Professor Gina Borgioli Yoder, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, USA
4- Associate Professor Betsy Berry, Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA
Brief Biography of our Panelists
1- Prof. Dr. Signe Kastberg;
As a scholar of teaching and learning, Dr. Kastberg explores and contributes to public understanding of mathematics teaching and learning and mathematics teacher education. Dr. Kastberg’s discovery, learning, and engagement activities are undertaken to develop and contribute to understandings of the beauty and complexity of teaching, learning, and learning to teach mathematics-learners.
2- Associate Prof. Enrique Galindo;
Dr. Enrique Galindo is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at Indiana University Bloomington. He is interested in research on teacher education and on learning in technology-supported environments. He teaches courses on mathematics and pedagogy, secondary mathematics methods courses, and graduate courses for teacher educators. He has directed many large-scale funded projects and has many years of experience with professional development. He has conducted professional development projects to help teachers in grades K-12 improve teaching and learning in STEM education, incorporate Project Based Learning, and develop their technological and pedagogical knowledge to improve their teaching.
3- Associate Prof. Gina Borgioli Yoder;
I am interested in issues of equity and educational change in mathematics and language education as they relate to pedagogy, policy, and teacher education. My knowledge and experiences as a middle school ENL teacher, INDOE Language Consultant, ENL teacher educator, and researcher drive my interest in issues of equity for multilingual learners and their teachers. My knowledge andexperiences as a middle and high school mathematics teacher, building administrator, teacher educator, and researcher drive my interest in issues of equity in mathematics teaching and learning.
4- Associate Prof. Betsy Berry;
Research Interests: Portfolio assessment in mathematics content courses, attitude and affect in mathematics teaching and learning, technology in mathematics education, learning through inquiry and group problem solving.