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Gorjana Popovic, senior lecturer, and Ph.D. students Ozgul Kartal and Susan Morrisey were selected to present “Urban Teachers’ Pedagogical Changes from Common Core Standards for Mathematics” at the Research Council on Mathematics Learning 42nd Annual Conference “Mathematics Curriculum: Paving...
Judith Lederman, associate professor and director of teacher education and Gorjana Popovic, senior instructor, mathematics and science education co-authored a refereed research publication, “Implications of Informal Education Experiences for Mathematics Teachers’ Ability to Make Connections Beyond...
IIT alumnus Gary Holliday (MSED ’11) received the 2015 Outstanding Faculty Award from the University of Akron.  Holliday is an assistant professor, curricular and instructional studies.  He was one of five recipients of the award this year.  Gary will be recognized as the 2015...
Norman G. Lederman, distinguished professor of mathematics and science education, and Judith S. Lederman, associate professor and director of teacher education, are plenary session leaders and featured plenary speakers at the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST)...
IIT College of Science has developed a new pathway to a teaching license in Illinois: the STEM Education minor. Students who major in mathematics, science, or engineering can take at a maximum of seven courses/24 credit hours of STEM education classes to earn the minor. Together, the B.S. and minor...
Mathematics and Science Education student Joy Kubarek-Sandor has been promoted to Vice President of Learning, at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium. Kubarek-Sandor will be awarded her Ph.D. in Science Education at IIT’s May 17 commencement. Kubarek-Sandor has worked in the field of science...
Gorjana Popovic, senior lecturer of mathematics and science education, was selected to present the paper and workshop “What Were They Thinking?” at TODOS 2014 Conference “Beyond Awareness—Equity, Access and Achievement for All”, June 26-28 in Chandler, Ariz....
IIT alumnus Gary Holliday (MSED ’11) received the 2014 Outstanding Teaching Award from the University of Akron. Holliday is an assistant professor, curricular and instructional studies, College of Education. The award, presented at the university’s Distinguished Alumni and Faculty...
Faculty and graduate students of the Mathematics and Science Education Department presented results of their research projects at the annual meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), March 30 - April 2 in Pittsburgh, Penn. Participants included Professor Norman...
Professor Norman Lederman and Assistant Professor Judith S. Lederman along with several IIT mathematics and science education Ph.D. students will present results of various research projects at the national meeting of the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST), April 4-8,...

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