Anne Joyoprayitno, M.A., Course Program Specialist, Secondary Mathematics
Dana Center Role
Anne works on middle school and high school mathematics course programs, assessment, and professional development. In this work, she authors and manages the content development for online course programs and assessment tools in collaboration with Agile Mind, Inc. Anne is the lead program coordinator for Mathematics 8, Algebra I, Intensified Algebra I, and Integrated Math I and supports other high school course programs. She also develops and delivers professional development sessions for partner states and districts as needed.
Before Joining the Dana Center
Anne taught various high school mathematics courses at the middle school level and also coached basketball and tennis. She is interested in exposing students to the beauty of mathematics, developing students’ analytical skills, and ensuring that all students have access to high-quality and engaging mathematics instruction.
M.A., Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin, UTeach Summer Masters Program
B.S., Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin
Focusing on congruence mappings. Presented at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Fort Worth, TX (July 2017).
What is computational fluency and how do we support students in developing it? Presented at CAMT, Fort Worth, TX (July 2017).
A transformational approach to geometry. Presented at CAMT, San Antonio, TX (June 2016).
Reclaiming lost ground: Research-based interventions for underprepared algebra students. Presented at the 48th National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics Annual Conference, Oakland, CA (April 2016).
Gearing up for the new Geometry TEKS. Presented at CAMT, Houston, TX (June 2015).
Gearing up for the new Algebra I and Algebra II TEKS. Presented at CAMT, Houston, TX (June 2015).
A functional approach to transformations using parametric sliding graphing technologies. Presented at the Austin Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference, Austin, TX (October 2013).
National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics