Gemma’s current work focuses on instructional design, content development and research for the Institute’s current series of Mathematics MOOC-Eds, focusing on teaching with technology and teaching statistics. She earned her B.S. in Mathematics at East Carolina University, and she earned her M.S. and Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, with a minor in Statistics, from NC State University. Her previous professional experiences include teaching mathematics at rural and urban secondary public schools in North Carolina. She has also taught mathematics methods courses and mathematics content courses for elementary and secondary prospective and practicing teachers, as well as other mathematics education courses for both undergraduate and graduate students. Her research interests include designing and exploring the types of experiences in teacher education and professional development that support teachers in creating learning environments that supports students’ mathematical thinking.
Catalyst Grants Support K-12 Students and Teachers For More Personalized, Equitable and Engaged Learning
Researchers presented their work during the fourth annual Catalyst Grant Research Symposium, hosted Sept. 27.
Hollylynne Lee and Gemma Mojica Aim to Transform Teacher Preparation for Data Science and Statistics Education through $2.5 Million Grant
Since 2016, Hollylynne Lee and Gemma Mojica have been addressing the need to prepare more educators who can engage students in data investigations through the ESTEEM project. Now, they’re expanding upon that work to help teacher educators through a networked improvement community.
Hollylynne Lee and Gemma Mojica Host Online Workshop for Teachers As New Co-Chairs for the American Statistical Association’s Meeting Within a Meeting
After 15 years, the American Statistical Association's Meeting within a Meeting, a statistics workshop for K-12 teachers, has two new program co-chairs: Friday Institute's Hollylynne Lee and Gemma Mojica.