Karen Heinz

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Research Expertise:
Mathematics Education | Teacher Development

My scholarly work is in two major domains: directing grant-funded projects that provide professional development to mathematics teachers and researching teacher development.

The purpose of my grant-funded projects has been to provide professional development to teachers in grades K to 12 to help them develop their understandings of mathematics content, mathematics learning, mathematics teaching, and mathematics state standards. My research focuses on teachers’ mathematical conceptions and how those conceptions develop.

Honors and Awards: 
Distinguished Research in Teacher Education Award, Association of Teacher Educators (2000)

Member of: 
Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey (www.amtnj.org)
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (www.nctm.org)

Education/Academic qualification

Mathematics, Master, Ohio State University

Bachelor of Science, Bachelor, Pennsylvania State University

Doctor of Philosophy, doctorate, Pennsylvania State University


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