Dana Center Role
Josh authors and manages content development for Agile Mind course programs and assessment tools, including Algebra II, Statistics, and Transition to College Mathematics. He works with partner sites on advanced mathematics implementation of Agile Mind services. In addition, Josh researches initiatives on implementation of standards-based curriculum and codevelops protocols and professional development.
Josh leads a strategy team for the Dana Center’s Launch Years initiative, which seeks to usher in a new paradigm to support students for college preparation and guide them through pathways for degree attainment, specifically focusing on the transition from junior year of high school through their junior year in college.
Before Joining the Dana Center
After teaching high school mathematics for seven years, Josh served in several administrative roles for Comal Independent School District (Texas). He most recently was the district director for the AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) initiative as well as coordinator for program evaluation and academic programs, where he developed research and data reports and used statistical analysis to improve intervention strategies for students. Before assuming this position, Josh served as coordinator for advanced academics and coordinator for mathematics curriculum. In the latter role, he wrote curriculum for secondary mathematics and provided mathematics professional development.
M.Ed., Educational Administration, Lamar University
B.A., Business Administration, Texas Lutheran University
Supporting success in AP Statistics. Presented at the Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT), Houston, TX (July 2018).
Developing statistical literacy in high school students. Presented at CAMT, Houston, TX (July 2018).
Developing statistical literacy in middle school students. Presented at CAMT, Houston, TX (July 2018).