Invigorating High School Mathematics – Dr. Eric Milou
It seems as if nearly everyone agrees that high school mathematics needs to change. For far too long, math has not worked for far too many students. Math has not changed substantially in my lifetime, nor has it changed substantially for most students, teachers & schools. It is clearly an issue – and it is time to discuss and make serious changes.
About Dr. Eric Milou
Professor Of Mathematics, Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ
Dr. Eric Milou is a professor of mathematics at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ. Dr. Milou has taught at Rowan for the past 26 years and served six terms as the President of the Rowan University Senate from 2007 to 2013. He previously served as President as the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New Jersey and the program chairperson of the 2007 NCTM annual meeting. He is one of the authors of Invigorating High School Math with Steve Leinwand (Heinemann), and co-author of NCTM’s Catalyzing Change in the Middle School. He is also co-author of the textbooks EnVisions 6-8 and A|G|A (Savvas). He was the recipient of the Max Sobel Outstanding Mathematics Educator Award in 2009. Dr. Milou earned his doctorate from Temple University in Mathematics Education, a Masters in Mathematics from West Chester University (PA), and a BA in Mathematics from Franklin & Marshall College (PA).
Invigorating High School Mathematics – Discussion
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