Mathematics Education

Ingrid Ristroph

Ingrid Ristroph is a postdoctoral research associate at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Her research focuses on supporting teachers in cultivating engaging mathematics classrooms that center student thinking. She works with Meghan Shaughnessy (PI) on the MPACT project and Julie Cohen (PI) of University of Virginia on the SimSE project; both […]

Alejandra Salinas

Dr. Alejandra Salinas is a clinical associate professor of mathematics education at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. She teaches both mathematics content and methods courses, as well as acting as the field experience coordinator for the program. Her scholarship and teaching are aimed at training highly qualified math teachers to teach […]

Meghan Shaughnessy

Dr. Meghan Shaughnessy is an assistant professor of mathematics education at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Her research focuses on the study and improvement of equitable mathematics instruction, specifically practice-intensive approaches to supporting the professional learning of teachers, from initial training to advanced practices. Three connected strands comprise her research. The […]

Annabel Stoler

Annabel Stoler is a doctoral student in the Math & Science Education program at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Her research focuses on designing learning environments that are critically caring and foster rich engagement with science practice. She is currently exploring scientific modeling as a site to disrupt inequities in elementary […]

Eli Tucker-Raymond

Dr. Eli Tucker-Raymond is a research associate professor at Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Dr. Tucker-Raymond’s research focuses on ways to connect learning spaces to youth culture and to the human experience as a relational phenomenon more broadly, particularly for young people who come from groups that are disproportionately affected negatively […]

Xi “CiCi” Yu

Xi “CiCi” Yu is a doctoral student in Educational Studies/Math & Science Education at BU Wheelock College of Education & Human Development. Her research interests focus on power, identity, and race in US K–12 mathematics classrooms. CiCi is a graduate student researcher on the STEM Cascades project through the Earl Center for Learning & Innovation. […]