Interdisciplinary PhD in Mathematics and Science Education

Dr. Angela T. Barlow
Professor
Mathematical SciencesBarlow

CONTACT:
E-mail: Angela.Barlow@mtsu.edu
Phone: (615) 898-5353
Fax: (615) 898-2615
Office Location:
Jones Hall 157

EDUCATION:
Ph.D., Auburn University, Mathematics Education, 2000
M.A.M., Auburn University, Applied Mathematics, 1998
M.Ed., Auburn University, Mathematics Education, 1992
B.S., Auburn University, Mathematics Education, 1991

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Developing teacher beliefs that align with standards-based instruction.

PUBLICATION RECORD:

  • Barlow, A. T., & Holbert, S. M. (in press). Teachers’ perceptions of observing reform-oriented demonstration lessons.  NCSM Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership.
  • Harmon, S. E., & Barlow, A. T. (in press). Beginning the conversation: Time for developing understanding. Dimensions in Mathematics.
  • Holbert, S. M., & Barlow, A. T. (in press). Tasks without words: Engaging reluctant problem solvers. Teaching Children Mathematics.
  • Barlow, A. T. (2012). Transitioning to standards-based instruction: Beliefs and views of an elementary mathematics teacher. Teaching & Learning: The Journal of National Inquiry & Reflective Practice, 26, 3–19.
  • Barlow, A. T., & Harmon, S. E. (2012). Problem contexts for thinking about equality: An additional resource. Childhood Education, 88, 96–101.
  • Barlow, A. T., & Harmon, S. E. (2012). CCSSM: Teaching in Grades 3 and 4: How is each CCSSM Standard different from each old objective? Teaching Children Mathematics, 18, 498–507. (invited article)
  • Barlow, A. T., & Marolt, A. M. (2012). Effective use of multiple-choice items in the mathematics classroom. Middle School Journal, 43(3), 50-55.
  • Barlow, A. T., & McCrory, M. R. (2011). Three strategies for promoting math disagreements. Teaching Children Mathematics, 17, 530-539.
  • Barlow, A. T. (2010). Building word problems: What does it take? Teaching Children Mathematics, 17, 140-148.
  • Fillingim, J. G., & Barlow, A. T. (2010). From the inside out. Teaching Children Mathematics, 17, 80-88.

PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • Awarded the University of Mississippi, School of Education’s Outstanding Scholar Award, 2011
  • Awarded the University of Mississippi, School of Education’s Outstanding Grant Writing Award, 2007
  • Awarded the University of West Georgia, College of Arts & Sciences’ Excellence in Teaching Award, 2006
  • Member of Mentoring Committee, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), 2012 – 2015.
  • Member of Affiliates Committee, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), 2009 – 2011, Chair 2010 - 2011
  • Associate Editor, NCSM Journal of Mathematics Education Leadership, 2011 – present.
  • Mississippi Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (MAMTE), Immediate Past-President 2012 – present, President 2010 – 2012, President-elect 2009, Secretary 2007 – 2009
  • Senior College/University Vice President, Mississippi Council of Teachers of Mathematics (MCTM), 2009 - 2012
  • NCTM/NCATE Reviewer of SPA reports, 2007 – 2012, Lead Reviewer 2012