Eric Cordero-Siy

Clinical Assistant Professor

Eric Cordero-Siy (last syllable is pronounced “sea,” like the body of water) is a clinical assistant professor in the Mathematics Education Program at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. His work supports elementary teachers in developing lessons that support mathematical sense-making, particularly with the use of drawings and other informal representations. To do this, he, along with other researchers and school partners, conducted job-embedded, adaptive professional development that focuses on in-the-moment decisionmaking to experiment with teacher-driven practices. Alongside this, Dr. Cordero-Siy supports teachers in enacting equitable, justice-oriented mathematics teaching practices. He is also working on liberatory practices that confront power and oppression in ways educational research is conducted.

Dr. Cordero-Siy is a former high school mathematics teacher with experience teaching in New York, Georgia, and the Philippines.

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PhD, Mathematics Education, University of Georgia


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