Panelist: Shari Stockero
Invited Panel of Practitioners
10:30 to 11:15 a.m.
Room 103 (Kivas)
The purpose of this session is to provide a panel of practitioners at various levels in education who will describe challenges related to improving teaching and learning in their area and then provide one or two suggestions for addressing these challenges.
Shari Stockero is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education and the Director of Teacher Education at Michigan Technological University, and was formerly a high school mathematics teacher. She is completing her term as the inaugural president of the MI-AMTE and has served on a number of state and national committees related to teacher education. Her research focuses on supporting teachers to productively use student thinking in-the-moment, as it emerges during a lesson. Her recent work has focused on conceptualizing high-potential instances of student thinking and productive teacher responses to such instances, as well as helping preservice and practicing teachers to develop their ability to notice these instances, both through the use of video and in real time during their instruction.