Interdisciplinary PhD in Mathematics and Science Education

Dr. Jeremy F. Strayer
Assistant Professor
Mathematical Sciences
Strayer

CONTACT:
E-mail: Jeremy.Strayer@mtsu.edu
Phone: (615) 898-2491
Fax: (615) 898-5422
Office Location:
KOM 226B

EDUCATION:
Ph.D. from The Ohio State University in Mathematics Education

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Teaching mathematics using technology, statistics education, professional development of teachers, standards-based learning environments.

PUBLICATION RECORD:
   Book Publications

  • Strayer, J. F. (2009). Inverting the classroom: A study of the learning environment when an intelligent tutoring system is used to help students learn. Saarbr├╝cken: VDM Verlag.

Peer Reviewed Articles

  • Strayer, J. F. (in press). Exploring the learning environment of an inverted classroom: How does blended learning influence cooperation, innovation, and task orientation? Learning Environments Research.
  • Strayer, J.F. & Brown, L. (2012). Teaching with high cognitive demand mathematical tasks helps students learn to think mathematically. Notices of the American Mathematical Society, 59(1), 55-57.
  • Akpan, J. P. & Strayer, J. F. (2010). Which comes first the use of computer simulation of frog dissection or conventional dissection as academic exercise? Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, 29(2), 113-138.
  • Foley, G. D., Strayer, J. F., & Regan, B. (2010). High school mathematics teacher professional development in data analysis, probability, and statistics. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 6(2), 4-17. (http://www.rcetj.org/index.php/rcetj/article/view/132)

PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 2011        MTSU Instructional Technologies Innovation Grant to fund the Dynamic Statistics Technology Project - $6,598
  • 2011        ISU Instructional Technology Funding - $8,615 (total for two projects)
  • 2011        ISU Faculty Award for outstanding dedication to first year students' academic success
  • 2010        Ohio Board of Regents Improving Teacher Quality Grant to fund the QUANT Project - $95,595.
  • 2005        MVNU AGS Outstanding Faculty Award for Group 141
  • 2003        MVNU AGS Outstanding Faculty Award for Group 95