Johannah Crandall is a PhD student in Mathematics and Science Education, with research interests including undergraduate engineering education, especially transferable mathematical knowledge for use in modeling software and discrete solvers.
Kristin Lesseig is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education in the College of Education at Washington State University Vancouver. She earned her PhD at Oregon State University and currently teaches elementary and secondary mathematics content and methods courses as well as doctoral level courses focused on research in mathematics and science learning at WSUV. Kristin’s research focuses on mathematical knowledge for teaching proof and the design of professional learning experiences that can support teachers’ ability to promote mathematical reasoning in middle and high school classrooms. Kristin served as principal investigator on a 3-year Math Science Partnership grant designed to support middle grades teachers in implementing STEM Design Challenges aligned with CCSSM and NGSS content and practice standards and continues to collaborate on STEM-related projects.
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