Lisa Clement Lamb
Ph.D., Mathematics Education, San Diego State University/University of California
at San Diego
Biography & Research Interests
I am a professor of mathematics education in SDSU's School of Teacher Education. Previously I taught high school mathematics at public schools in Virginia and California. At the core of my research and teaching are students’ ideas about mathematics. My research focuses on students’ ways of reasoning about integers (see https://sci.sdsu.edu/crmse/projectz) and teachers’ professional noticing of students’ mathematical ideas. I am now working with CRMSE colleagues to support 20 Master Teaching Fellows in mathematics and science as they hone their teaching practices and emerge into teacher leaders (see Noyce.sdsu.edu).
When I am not working, I spend a little time playing tennis and a lot of time embarrassing my son and my husband. CRMSE has been a central part of my academic life for about 30 years. With opportunities to collaborate with those who have similar research interests from across Colleges, CRMSE provides an intellectual space to learn and grow.
View Lisa Clement Lamb's CV in Google docs.
Human Interest Questions
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