Dr. Jeremy F. Strayer
Dr. Strayer's research interests include developing ways the classroom flip can be used to enact standards-based mathematics instruction and developing knowledge of content and students for statistics instruction.
Dr. Strayer has taught mathematics, mathematics education, statistics, and statistics education courses in higher education settings since 1998. He holds a B.S. in mathematics education from Asbury University, an M.A.Ed. in curriculum and instruction from Mount Vernon Nazarene University, and a Ph.D. in mathematics education from The Ohio State University.
Dr. Strayer has secured over $500,000 in grant funding to support his teaching and research efforts. This work includes directing professional development institutes for in-service teachers, utilizing technology for mathematics and statistics instruction, and conducting research in undergraduate mathematics courses. Dr. Strayer has published his work in practitioner-focused venues such as Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Learning, Mathematics Teacher, PRIMUS, and the Notices of the American Mathematical Society as well as research-focused venues such as Learning Environments Research, Investigations in Mathematics Learning, and the Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology. He has presented his work at more than 40 professional meetings and conferences over the years.
Dr. Strayer lives in Murfreesboro with his wife and three children. He enjoys running, listening to good music, playing the guitar, hiking, fishing, and canoeing.