Sarah Gilchrist, M.S. (ABD)Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Professor Gilchrist taught high school mathematics before joining the faculty at Cedarville as the Program Coordinator for the AYA Math program. She is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics and the Psychology of Mathematics Education North American Chapter. Her research interests include how students build mathematical knowledge in and through classroom interactions. She is currently working on her Ph.D. in mathematics education at The Ohio State University.
Education and Credentials
- M.S. in Mathematics, Wright State University
- B.S. in Mathematics, Cedarville University
- How Students Build Mathematical Practices Through Analyzing Other Students' Work (Sarah Gilchrist) Psychology of Mathematics Education North American Chapter Annual Conference (2013)
- An Interactional Analysis of Students' Mathematical Argument Building in an After-School Enrichment Program (Sarah Gilchrist and C. Joswick) Psychology of Mathematics Education North American Chapter Annual Conference (2012)
- Problem-Solving Thinking Co-Construction of Latina/o English Language Learners in an After-School Mathematics Enrichment Course (C. Joswick and Sarah Gilchrist) Psychology of Mathematics Education North American Chapter Annual Conference (2012)
- Using Geometry Learning Progressions as a Tool for Teaching and Analyzing Teaching (M. Battista, C. Joswick and Sarah Gilchrist) Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators National Conference (2012)
- A Critical Look at the Rumored Math Gene (Sarah Gilchrist and C. Joswick) National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference (2011)
- I enjoy traveling. In particular, I love to visit my family in Florida and various friends overseas.
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