Thursday, April 9, 2009
Maria Droujkova, USA, All Sectors, Mathematics
Maria Droujkova has more than fifteen years of experience developing programs and courses for helping people learn mathematics. Maria has experience with both face-to-face and online learning environments.
She has created learning experiences for diverse learners and situations: early algebra games for pre-K groups of children; Math Clubs and the Family Multiplication Study for families; numerous classes and seminars for k-20 and graduate students; and seminars, workshops and classes for pre-service and in-service teachers.
Maria has MS in Applied Mathematics from Tulane University and PhD in Mathematics Education from NCSU.
Ideas and thoughts about mathematics, growth of mathematical understanding, and doing math in communities such as math clubs or online networks. Offbeat math education topics such as algebra for toddlers, or making math activities widely accessible.
Theme: multiplicative reasoning, research, children, meaning, geometry, math, teaching, social math, mathematics, math education, games, multiplication, toddlers, babies, parents, learning, algebra, beauty