Lorraine Males


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Lorraine Males

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, Mathematics Education
M.Ed., Indiana Wesleyan University, Marion, Indiana, Curriculum & Instruction
B.S., Secondary Mathematics Teacher Certification, Ithaca College, It, Mathematics & Computer Science


Areas of Expertise:

    Teacher learning, particularly at the early stages of teacher development, including preservice secondary mathematics teacher education and induction
    Curriculum design, development and enactment

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
Dissertation Completion Fellowship, College of Natural Sciences, Michigan State UniversityResearch Continuation Fellowship, College of Natural Sciences, Michigan State UniversityLeadership Fellowship, Council of Graduate Students, Michigan State University
Research & Development Consultant, University of Chicago’s School Mathematics Everyday Mathematics ProjectPostdoctoral Fellow, Departments of Counseling, Educational Psychology, & Special Education and Teacher Education, Michigan State University, Supervisors: Dr. John P. Smith, IIIResearch Assistant, Strengthening Tomorrow's Education in Measurement I & II, Michigan State University, Principal Investigator: Dr. John P. Smith, IIIGraduate Researcher, Reasoning-and-Proving in High-School Geometry Textbooks, Michigan State UniversityGraduate Assistant, Mathematics Discourse in Secondary Classrooms, Michigan State University & University of Delaware, Principal Investigators: Dr. Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Dr. Michael Steele, & Dr. Michelle CirilloGraduate Assistant, Developing Capacity in Algebra, Michigan State University, Supervisor: Dr. Beth Herbel-EisenmannResearch Assistant, Discourse Analysis: A Catalyst for Reflective Inquiry in Mathematics Classrooms, Michigan State University, Principal Investigator: Dr. Beth Herbel-EisenmannData Collector, Cyberchase, Michigan State University, Principal Investigators: Dr. Sandra Crespo & Dr. Vince MelfiResearch Assistant, ICME-11 Discussion Group Session: The evaluation of mathematics teachers and curricula within educational systems, Chairs: Dr. Glenda Lappan & Dr. Barbara Clarke Instructor, Secondary Mathematics Methods, Michigan State UniversityField Instructor (supervised 7 interns), Secondary Mathematics, Michigan State UniversityMathematics Teacher, Grade 9, The Dwight-Englewood School, Englewood, New JerseyMathematics Teacher, grades 6-12, The Wilbraham & Monson Academy, Wilbraham, MassachusettsComputer Instructor, Adult Education, Moanalua-Aiea Community School for Adults, Honolulu, Hawaii1999-2003, Mathematics Teacher, grade 9-12, Moanalua High School, Honolulu, HawaiiMathematics Student Teacher, grades 10-12, The Frederick Douglass Academy, New York, New YorkMathematics Student Teacher, grade 7-8, DeWitt Middle School, Ithaca, New York
American Educational Research AssociationAssociation of Mathematics Teacher EducatorsComputer Science Teachers AssociationInternational Group for Psychology of Mathematics Education National Council of Teachers of MathematicsNebraska Association of Teachers of Mathematics