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Karin Wiburg



  • Higher Ed: Education, Teacher: Mathematics, Researcher 


Karin Wiburg is currently the Associate Dean for Research in the College of Education where she also leads the Institute for Mathematics and Science Education and is involved in mathematics education and the use of technology to support mathematics learning environments. She has been in higher education for 20 years and prior to that she worked in a variety of positions including teacher and administrator in the public schools. She has worked in many diverse communities and has projects that show demonstrated success for ELL students learning mathematics at a high level. 


Learning technologies and their use in English Language Learning environments and for mathematics learning and teaching
Mathematics education especially K-8
Lesson Study and teacher collaborative learning
Partnerships between universities and public schools
Learning theories especially in relationship to construtivist learning 


Lesson Study: Communities: Increasing Achievement with Diverse Students (2007), Corwin Press
Technology and Teaching English Language Learners (2004) (with Mary Ellen Butler), Allyn-Bacon
Teaching with Technology: Designing Opportunities to Learn (with Priscilla Norton), 2003, Wadsworth
Last few years primarily technical research reports on math and technology grants.