Karen has experience teaching middle school and high school mathematics and currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in mathematics education. Her research focuses on mathematics teachers’ uses of technology, developing and studying technology-based curricula materials for preparing teachers to teach mathematics with technology, students’ understandings of geometric transformations, strategies students employ when using technology to solve mathematics problems, and the nature of students’ use of representations in technological contexts. She has published her research in Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, Journal of Mathematical Behavior, Computers and Education, and Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education. Karen currently serves as Editor of the Mathematics Teacher Educator journal, which is co-published by NCTM and AMTE.
Spring 2019 MOOC-Eds Now Open for Registration
Free high-quality online courses for educators are now open for registration for the Spring 2019 session, which starts on February 5. The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation is offering five...
New $1.8 Million NSF Grant to Support NC State Education Project on Math Teacher Preparation
Hollylynne Lee, professor and university faculty scholar at the NC State College of Education, will use the grant to continue her team’s work on improving the way preservice mathematics teachers prepare to enter their classrooms, specifically how to utilize students’ mathematical thinking in technology-rich environments.
New MOOC-Ed Courses Open for Spring 2018
Free high-quality online courses for educators are now open for the Spring 2018 session, which starts on February 5. The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation is offering six Massive Open...