Research interests include enhancing students’ interests and skills in mathematics; the impact and relationships between mathematics competitions, and secondary mathematics curriculum.
Research interests concentrate on inquiry-based science instructional strategies and their use in training pre-service elementary science teachers.
Research focuses on classroom interactions through authentic inquiry science experiences.
Research interests include the paleoecology of Cretaceous dinosaurs in west Texas; the ecological impact of the Arawak civilization at Indian Creek, Antigua; and experimentation with Problem Based Learning in honors science courses.
Clinical interests are focused primarily on the application of pedagogical research for the preparation of science and mathematics majors seeking secondary STEM certification through intensive and frequent field experiences in the UTeach Dallas pre-service program.
Research focuses on the effect of long-term professional development with teachers on reduction of misconceptions of K-12 students.
|John Burr||Biology||John Burr
|Matthew J. Goeckner||Mathematics||Matthew Goeckner
Professor and Program Head
|John Hoffman||Physics||John Hoffman
|Marc Hairston||Center for Space Sciences||Marc Hairston
|Robert Stern||Geosciences||Robert Stern
- Updated: August 13, 2013