Anne Joyoprayitno, M.A.
Course Program Specialist, Secondary Mathematics
Dana Center Role
Anne’s work focuses on managing and authoring course content for the Agile Mind courses, specifically, our Mathematics 8, Algebra I, and Intensified Algebra courses.
In addition to managing and authoring course content, Anne supports the implementation of Agile Mind in various districts and help develop and deliver profession development to states and districts around the country.
Before Joining the Dana Center
Anne was an Algebra I and Geometry teacher in the Austin area for 9 years. During that time, she participated in curriculum development and planning, sponsored the Math Counts team, and coached the girls’ basketball team and boys’ and girls’ tennis team.
M.A., Mathematics, The University of Texas at Austin, UTeach Summer Masters Program
B.S., Mathematics, The University of Texas at Austin
Intensification as a tool for equity: Ensuring underprepared students achieve their Algebra I credit in a single year. Presented at the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) annual conference, Washington, DC (April 2018).
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 NCSM annual conference, Oakland, CA (April 2016).
NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education