B.S., Mathematics, Texas A&M University Kingsville
M.S., Secondary Education,Texas A&M University Kingsville
Emma Trevino currently serves as the mathematics education team leader at the Charles A. Dana Center
Ms. Trevino came to the Dana Center from the Austin Independent School District, where she served as a mathematics specialist in curriculum and instruction. For twenty years prior to that, she was a teacher of mathematics at the high school and middle school levels. Throughout her career, Ms. Trevino has provided professional development for teachers at the district, state, and national levels.
Ms. Trevino has participated in the development of State of Texas curriculum guidelines, including Essential Elements and Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills.
Ms. Trevino continues to work closely with the Connected Mathematics Project at Michigan State University, providing training for its national Getting to Know Connected Mathematics conferences.
Ms. Trevino has worked on mathematics curriculum alignment in Texas and neighboring states. Additionally, she has provided teacher professional development at district, state, and national levels. As a lecturer and speaker, Ms. Trevino has participated in mathematics seminars, conferences and workshops in many cities throughout the country.
Ms. Trevino holds an M.S. in Secondary Education and a B.S. in Mathematics from Texas A&M University in Kingsville, Texas.
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