KELSEY QUIGLEY Ph.D. Program Teaching, Curriculum, and Learning

Brief Biography

Kelsey is a doctoral student in the department of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education at UNL. She is both a graduate research assistant in TLTE, working alongside Dr. Lorraine Males on her NSF CAREER Curricular Noticing project, and an instructor for the Mathematics department at UNL. She currently teaches mathematics content courses for preservice elementary teachers. She is passionate about research in mathematics education and preparing her students to teach mathematics.

Kelsey earned her M.A. in Mathematics from UNL. Before that, she earned her B.A. in Mathematics and B.A. in German Studies from Nazareth College of Rochester, NY.

Research Interests

Mathematics Education

Publications & Conference Presentations

Setniker, A., Quigley, K., Males, L. (2019). An Eye Tracking Analysis of Preservice Teachers' Attention to Curriculum Materials and Implications for Teacher Education. Presented at the twenty-third annual conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators in Orlando, FL.

Miller E., Uhing K., Hass M., Zigterman R., Quigley K., Lai Y., Wakefield N. (2018). Mathematics Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Growth as Teachers: An Unexamined Practice. Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. San Diego, CA.