Address: Office: 408 Mathematical Sciences Building
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403-0206
Kim Rogers is a mathematics education researcher who received a M.S. in Mathematics and Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Michigan State University. She enjoys teaching mathematics content courses for prospective teachers and helping graduate students and faculty members enhance their pedagogical knowledge and repertoire. Her research focuses on investigating knowledge mathematics teachers need for teaching and how professional development might impact their knowledge and classroom instruction, especially at the collegiate and secondary levels. This includes developing and implementing an NSF-funded peer-mentoring program for graduate student instructors. As PI on multiple NSF projects she helps experienced graduate students become effective peer-mentors and facilitate and coordinate a peer-mentoring program focused on developing graduate students’ abilities to implement active-learning techniques in mathematics departments across a number of universities. For more information about Kim’s research projects and publications, refer to her online profiles such as Research Gate and Google Scholar.