This project involves designing, facilitating, and studying professional development (PD) to support equitable mathematics education. The PD will involve grades 4-8 mathematics teachers across three sites to support the design of a two-week institute focused on enhancing access and agency in relationship to important math practices, followed by ongoing interactions for the math teachers to engage in systematic inquiry of their practice over time to facilitate equitable mathematics teaching and learning in their classrooms.
Research Associate/PhD Candidate
About Me (Bio):
Ashley D. Scroggins is a PhD candidate specializing in Mathematics Curriculum and Instruction and Learning Sciences and Human Development at the University of Colorado Boulder. Her background in mathematics, secondary mathematics education, educational psychology, and ethic studies have lead to research interests in creativity, identity development, intersectionality, mathematics education, and teacher education. Ashley is currently working on her dissertation where she is taking an interdisciplinary approach to conceptualize, design for, and empirically study critical improvisation in spaces of teaching and learning for secondary mathematics teachers.