Colloquium March 31: Jamie-Marie Miller, Eastern Kentucky University

We are excited to announce our next in-person speaker of our Spring 2023 colloquium series. Dr. Jamie-Marie Miller will be presenting on Friday at 1 pm in Walker 103A, on...

So This is What We're Learning: Integrating Learning Targets and Assessment Blueprints Into Your Math Classroom

Abstract: Often students state in course evaluations that professors need to be clearer in what they are teaching or assessing. In this session, participants will become familiar with the research behind clear learning targets and assessment blueprints. Examples of classroom use and feedback from Eastern Kentucky University students will be shared to see the positive impact learning targets can have on your course.

Jamie-Marie Miller is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Educational Leadership housed in the College of Education and Applied Human Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University.  Dr. Miller is the Middle/Secondary Methods Coordinator and co-sponsor for the Kentucky Education Association-Aspiring Educators (KEA-AE).  She has served on the Kentucky Association for Math Teacher Educators (KAMTE) Board as Member-At-Large and currently as Secretary. Additionally, Dr. Miller serves on the EPSB Program Review Committee for Kentucky and has served as a math item review with Pearson for middle grades math tests administered in Kentucky public schools. Undergraduate courses taught include Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Math Methods, and Geometry for Elementary/Middle Grade Teachers.  Graduate courses taught include Elementary Math Foundations (P-5), Elementary Math Assessment & Pedagogy, and Math Intervention Strategies.  Dr. Miller's research focuses on the progression of algebraic thinking in students, math-specific literacy strategies, and visible learning/assessment practices.

Published: Mar 27, 2023 10:50am