Professor Dietiker Invited to Speak at UNH Colloquium

Professor Leslie Dietiker was recently invited to speak at a professional colloquium hosted by the University of New Hampshire (UNH). At the colloquium, Professor Dietiker will present a 45-minute lecture, followed by a 15-minute discussion. The colloquium will center around Professor Dietiker’s research.

Professor Dietiker’s research focuses on theory of curriculum, particularly with regards to the aesthetics and structure of mathematics curriculum. Other areas of professional interest include supporting teacher curricular work, such as using textual materials and planning lessons, and learning how teachers develop their practices over time. Durng her presentation, Professor Dietiker will also address curriculum issues as they relate to the average urban high school classroom.

The colloquium is open to the UNH community. It is attended by doctoral students, graduate students in the math and statistics programs, undergradute students, faculty, and visiting educational professionals.

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