Connie Richardson, M.Ed., Course Program Specialist, Mathematics, Higher Education
Dana Center role
Connie leads curriculum development for the mathematics courses for the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways (formerly the New Mathways Project), an initiative to modernize entry-level college mathematics programs through working with states and colleges. She also supports the development of DCMP’s professional learning offerings and represents the project at workshops and conferences.
Before joining the Dana Center
Connie has 14 years of experience at the high school level, teaching a wide variety of courses, including Advanced Placement Calculus and Statistics. She also has more than nine years of experience at the university level, teaching both developmental and college-level courses. Connie has authored high school mathematics curricular materials as well as provided professional development to high school teachers. She has served as codirector on several Teacher Quality grant projects.
M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction (Mathematics Education), Midwestern State University
B.B.A., Accounting, Midwestern State University
Harrell, M., Slavens, D., & Richardson, C. (2013). Investigating non-linear asymptotes and the graphs of rational functions. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 68(2), 19–25.
Richardson, C., & Eddy, C. (2011). The mathematical argument: Proponents and opponents of a standardized core. American Educational History Journal, 38(2), 277–288.
Do rational functions behave rationally? Presented at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Grapevine, TX (July 2011).
Rethinking high school mathematics: Creating and supporting a new high school mathematics course. Presented at the Midwestern State University Faculty Forum, Wichita Falls, TX (November 2010).
The mathematical argument: Proponents and opponents of a standardized core. Presented at the Organization of Educational Historians annual meeting, Chicago, IL (September 2010).
Statistics and decision making. Presented at CAMT, San Antonio, TX (July 2010).
Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators—Texas affiliate
Association of Texas Professional Educators
Delta Kappa Gamma Society for women educators
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Texas Council of Teachers of Mathematics