Rogers Goes Above and Beyond
Teaching, grading, serving on department committees, assisting with the Math Club, doing grant research (not to mention raising a toddler) … assistant professor Dr. Kimberly Rogers goes above and beyond. She had two articles published in 2016, with others under review. In spring 2017, she’ll be speaking at three conferences. We are proud to have Rogers represent both the department and Bowling Green State University at venues and publications across the country.
See links below to read more!
Published works in 2016:
- Rogers, K. C., & Steele, M. D. (2016). Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Enactment of Reasoning-and-Proving Tasks in a Content Course for Elementary Teachers. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 47, 372–419.
- Gilbertson, N. J., & Rogers, K. C. (2016). Triangles with Integer Dimensions. Mathematics Teacher, 109(9), 654–661.
Spring 2017 conferences:
- Invited talk at the Joint Mathematics
Meetings in Atlanta, GA in January 2017:
Rogers, K. C., & Yee, S. (2017, January). Graduate student instructor mentorship model: A professional development that trains experienced graduate students to pedagogically mentor novice mathematics graduate student instructors. Invited talk presented at the Special Session “Teaching Assistant Development Programs: Why and How?” at the Joint Mathematics Meetings of the AMS and MAA, Atlanta, GA.
- Conference Paper at Conference
on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education in San
Diego, CA on February 23-25 2017:
Yee, S., & Rogers, K. C. (2017). Mentor professional development for mathematics graduate student instructors. In Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education. San Diego, CA.
- Conference Paper at Conference of the Research Council
on Mathematics Learning, In Fort Worth on March 2-4
Yee, S., & Rogers, K. C. (2017). Training graduate student instructors as peer mentors. In Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning. Fort Worth, TX.