Nitchada Kamlue, M.A.
Western Michigan University
Nitchada Kamlue is a mathematics education Ph.D. student and teaching assistant at Western Michigan University. She has worked as a research assistant with the Building on MOSTs project since May 2020. Nitchada attended the honors program at Chulalongkorn University in Thailand and received her B.Ed degree in Secondary Education (Mathematics) with a thesis on problem-based learning. In 2020, she graduated from the University of South Florida with a Master’s of Education in the same field. In 2022, she completed her M.A. in Mathematics Education at Western Michigan University. Her research interests are investigating productive struggle of prospective mathematics teachers and using student mathematical thinking to heighten learning and teaching efficiency across cultures.
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