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About Michele Carney

Dr. Michele Carney joined the faculty of the Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies in the College of Education at Boise State University in 2012. Prior to this appointment she had served as the associate director of the Initiative for Developing Mathematical Thinking through the Center for School Improvement at Boise State, and as a professional development contractor for the Mathematical Thinking for Instruction program for the Idaho State Department of Education. Dr. Carney also has served as the West Ada School District’s mathematics curriculum coordinator and secondary math academic coach, and taught high school math and science. She specializes in mathematics teacher preparation and professional development, and her research focus is on how mathematics teacher education can be effectively scaled and measured. She has served as PI or Co-PI on several large-scale mathematics professional development projects. She is currently serving as director of the Regional Math Center at Boise State University, co-director of the MoDAL Institute, and co-PI on the NSF-funded Video Cases of Students’ Functional Reasoning (VCAST).

Positions

2012 - Present Assistant Professor, Boise State University Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies
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Present Co-Director, Boise State University IDoTeach Program
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Curriculum Vitae




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Honors and Awards

  • 2010-2013 - Mathematical Thinking for Instruction, Professional Development Grant, Co-PI ($4,241,000)
  • 2016 - National Technology Leadership Initiative Award, Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
  • 2018 - Outstanding Paper Award in Mathematics Education, Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference. Paper Title: "Video Case Analysis of Students' Mathematical Thinking: Initial Development Process"


Contact Information

E-mail: michelecarney@boisestate.edu



Articles (8)

Contributions to Books (2)

Conference Proceedings (5)

Non-Refereed Publications (4)

Presentations (10)