Jennifer A. Wolfe, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Mathematics Education
University of Arizona
Jennifer A. Wolfe is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Arizona (UA). She has taught a variety of courses, facilitated professional development workshops for K–12 prospective and in-service teachers, and most recently co-developed a middle/secondary summer lab school with a local school district where teachers could observe the modeling of equitable teaching practices. She is also the UA AAU Undergraduate STEM Teaching Excellence Award winner for her efforts to effectively implement research-based equitable teaching practices for engaging students in challenging mathematics through collaborative group work, and currently is a Fellow of The Center for Inquiry and Equity in Mathematics.
Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers’ Learning About Equity: Methods and Early Results of Our Study | June 17, 2020