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Personal Profile of Dr. Michelle Cirillo

Dr. Michelle Cirillo
Associate Professor
Department of Mathematical Sciences

Home Page: https://sites.udel.edu/mcirillo/
Michelle Cirillo is an associate professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Delaware where she teaches prospective secondary math teachers and conducts research in secondary math classrooms. Cirillo’s primary research interests include the teaching of disciplinary practices (e.g., mathematical proof and modeling), classroom discourse, and teachers’ use of curriculum materials. She is especially interested in the space where these three areas intersect. To study these ideas, Cirillo has been involved in multiple collaborative funded projects with secondary mathematics teachers, where classroom teachers are viewed as critical partners in the research.
  1. Workshop Critical Issues in Mathematics Education 2019: Mathematical Modeling in K-16: Community and Cultural Contexts

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    Mar 07, 2019
    01:30 PM - 02:30 PM
      Parallel Breakout Sessions: A Vision for MM in Education
    Mary Alice Carlson (Montana State University), Jen-Mei Chang (California State University), Michelle Cirillo (University of Delaware), Benjamin Galluzzo (Clarkson University), Brynja Kohler (Utah State University), Greta Mills (Oxbridge Academy), Padmanabhan Seshaiyer (George Mason University), Robyn Stankiewicz-Van Der Zanden (Pomona Unified School District), Jennifer Suh (George Mason University), Robin Wilson (California State Polytechnic University), Rose Zbiek (Pennsylvania State University)