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Jennifer Green (Jenny Green)

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PROFESSIONAL ROLES

  • Higher Ed: Other, Researcher 

BIO

Dr. Green's interests include developing strategies and methods to enhance and assess educational programs in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)-related disciplines. Her research focuses on the application, development and refinement of statistical methods to study the impacts of professional development programs on teacher and student outcomes, and she collaborates with others in the mathematical and educational sciences to create innovative approaches for developing teachers of statistics in grades K-16 and beyond. In her role as co-principal investigator of two education-related National Science Foundation-funded grants: "Data Connections" and "Collaborative Research-RealVAMS," she is working with public school districts and Math Science Partnerships to combine multiple databases of teacher and student outcomes and laying groundwork for connecting various measures of teaching quality and teacher and student attributes to student learning trajectories. 

EXPERTISE

Statistics Education, Mixed Models, Value-Added Modeling 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Green, J. L., & Blankenship, E. E. (in press). Fostering conceptual understanding in mathematical statistics. The American Statistician: Special Issue on Undergraduate Programs.
http://amstat.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00031305.2015.1069759


Schmid, K. K., Blankenship, E. E., Kerby, A. T., Green, J. L., & Smith, W. M. (2014). The development and evolution of an introductory statistics course for in-service middle-level mathematics teachers. Journal of Statistics Education, 22(3).
http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v22n3/schmid.pdf

Green, J. L., & Blankenship, E. E. (2014). Beyond calculations: Fostering conceptual understanding in statistics graduate teaching assistants. Refereed paper in Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Teaching Statistics.
http://icots.info/9/proceedings/pdfs/ICOTS9_3A3_GREEN.pdf

Green, J. L., & Blankenship, E. E. (2013). Primarily statistics: Developing an introductory statistics course for pre-service elementary teachers. Journal of Statistics Education, 21(3).
http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v21n3/green.pdf

Friedow, A., Blankenship, E. E., Green, J. L., & Stroup, W. W. (2012). Learning interdisciplinary pedagogies. Pedagogy, 12(3), 405-424.

Green, J. L., Stroup, W. W., Smith, W. M., & Heaton, R. M. (2011). Connecting the pieces: Methodology for developing student achievement trajectories from different instruments. Proceedings of the 2011 Math Science Partnerships Learning Network Conference.
http://hub.mspnet.org/index.cfm/22684

Green, J. L. (2010). Teaching highs and lows: Exploring university teaching assistants experiences. Statistics Education Research Journal, 9(2), 108-122.