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Lindsey Perry, Ph.D.

Lindsey Perry, Ph.D. Biography:

Lindsey Perry, Ph.D., researches on improving students' mathematics knowledge, particularly at the elementary and middle school grades, by better understanding how children reason relationally and spatially. Her work also included the development of technically adequate assessments that can be used to improve these reasoning skills.

She holds a Ph.D. in education from Southern Methodist University, an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies from the University of Texas - Arlington, and a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of Texas - Austin. After teaching elementary and middle school mathematics for two Texas school districts, Linsey served as the Assistant Director of Mathematics and as a Mathematics Assessment Specialist at the Texas Education Agency. She has also developed and led professional development opportunities for teachers in the United States, Uganda, and Malawi and worked on an international mathematics assessment for students in grades 1–3.

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  • Teaching Math in Middle School

    ISBN: 978-1-59857-274-2


    An essential guide for in-service educators—and an important resource for teachers in training—this book gives you the in-depth knowledge and practical tools you need to support every student's success in middle school math.

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