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Marilyn Strutchens

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  • Higher Ed: Mathematics 

BIO

Marilyn E. Strutchens is a professor and program coordinator of Mathematics Education in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching in the College of Education. She joined Auburn University in August 2000.

Before coming to Auburn, she served as an assistant professor at the University of Kentucky from 1993 to 1995 and an assistant professor at the University of Maryland from 1995 to 2000. Her doctorate is in Mathematics Education from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Strutchens enjoys conducting research on topics regarding the increase of mathematical understanding of African American Students and the increase of parental involvement in children's mathematics education. In addition to supervising interns in secondary mathematics education, she currently teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in mathematics education and a general middle school methods course. 

EXPERTISE

Mathematics Educator, Equity Issues in Mathematics Education, Teacher Change in Mathematics Education, Parental Involvement, and African American Students' Mathematics Achievement 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Strutchens, M. E., & Westbrook, S. K. (2009). Opportunities to learn geometry: Listening to the voices of three African American high school students. In D. B. Martin (Ed.) Mathematics teaching, learning, and liberation in the lives of Black children, (pp. 249 -264). New York, NY: Routledge.


Confrey, J., Strutchens, M. E., Battista, M. T., Smith, M. S., King, K. D., Sutton, J. T., Borst, T. A., & Reed, J. (NCTM Research Committee). (2008). Situating research on curricular change. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 39 (2), 102 " 112.

Martin, W. G., & Strutchens, M. E (Eds.) (2007). The Learning of Mathematics (69th Yearbook). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Strutchens, M.E., Martin, W. G., & Kenney, P. A. (2003). What students know about measurement: Perspectives from the NAEP. In D. H. Clements & G. Bright (Eds.) Learning and teaching measurement: 23rd Yearbook (pp. 195-207). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Strutchens, M.E. (2002). Multicultural literature as a context for problem solving: Children and parents learning together. Teaching Children Mathematics, 8 (8), 448-455.

Chappelle, M. F., & Strutchens, M. E. (2001). Creating connections: Promoting algebraic thinking with concrete models, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 7(1), 20-25.