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Roser Gine

Roser Gine is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Mathematical Sciences Department at UMass Lowell.
Roser A. Gine Associate Teaching Professor
  • College
    College of Sciences
  • Department
    Mathematical Science
  • Office
    Southwick 303G
  • Email

Education

  • Ed.D: Mathematics Education, (2010), University of Massachusetts Boston - Boston
    Supporting Area: Leadership in Urban Schools
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: A socio-cultural approach to mathematics thinking and learning in an urban high school classroom context
  • MA: Mathematics Education, (1997), Harvard University - Cambridge, MA
  • Other: Coursework for Master of Science in Mathematics, (1996), Tufts University - Medford, MA,
    Dissertation/Thesis Title: Medical applications of computer tomography
  • BA: Mathematics, (1992), Dartmouth College - Hanover, NH

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Selected Awards and Honors

  • Graduate School of Education Teaching Award (2014), Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell
  • Recognition for Contributions to Transformational Education (2013), Teaching - University of Massachusetts Lowell

Selected Publications

  • Guillaume, J. (Sacred Heart University), Schwell, R. (Central Connecticut State University), Gine, R.A., Evans, K. (Trinity College), Vasu, I. (Holyoke Community College) (2020). Summer teaching during COVID: Reflections, lessons learned and moving forward.
  • Gine, R.A., Clark, S. (Lesley University) (2017). Critical literacy of graphs: A mathematical and Freireian exploration of An Abundance of Katherines. Rowman & Littlefield
  • Gine, R.A. (). Review of Eugenie Cheng's Beyond Infinity: An expedition to the outer limits of mathematics. Mathematics Teacher NCTM
  • Gine, R.A. (2013). Actualizing an Ethic of Care in the (Mathematics) Classroom (pp. 175-179). We Saved the Best for You
  • Gine, R.A. (2011). The interplay of identity, context, and purpose in a study of mathematics teaching and learning. Springer
  • Gine, R.A., Kruse, D. (2007). What if Less Is Just Less? The Role of Depth over Breadth in the Secondary Mathematics Curriculum. Horace, 23(2).

Selected Presentations

  • Calculus students' visualization of volume - SIGMAA on RUME (Special Interest Group of the Mathematics Association of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education), February 2020 - Boston
  • The power of simulation and applications in early college mathematics coursework - NEMATYC Annual Conference, April 2019 - Quincy, MA
  • Environmental issues as a node of intersection between disciplines - Community of Scholars , March 2019 - Cambridge, MA
  • Understanding calculus students' thinking about volume - SIGMAA on RUME (Special Interest Group of the Mathematics Association of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education), February 2019 - Oklahoma
  • Another kind of visual literacy: Infusing critical literacy of mathematics text into a diversity course - Community of Scholars, March 2018 - Cambridge, MA
  • Engaging participants in MPWRment groups - MPWR: Mentoring and Partnerships for Women in RUME (Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education), 2017
  • Visual literacy experiences that enhance understanding of concepts in mathematics - International Visual Literacy Association, 49th Conference, October 2017 - Cambridge, MA
  • Investigating prospective teachers’ meanings of covariation before and after Calculus coursework - SIGMAA on RUME (Special Interest Group of the Mathematics Association of America on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education), February 2017 - San Diego, CA
  • Using discourse analysis to uncover student development of mathematical practices - NCTM National Research Conference, 2015
  • Developing Common Core mathematical practice #7 in an algebra classroom - NCTM National Research Conference, 2014
  • Uncovering learning possibilities for English language learners in our mathematics classrooms - NCTM Regional Conference, 2013 - Baltimore
  • Digital video use and analysis for educational research - New England Educational Research Organization, 2011 - Boston
  • Creating a thrilling roller coaster ride and other mathematical adventures: the design and implementation of a calculus program in an urban coalition school - Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum, 2006
  • What if less is just less? Facing the challenges of depth over breadth in the secondary mathematics curriculum - Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum, 2006
  • Designing authentic interdisciplinary curriculum: Facing the challenges and reaping the rewards - Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum, 2004
  • What is essential in a high school mathematics curriculum framework? One school's response to the challenge of designing and supporting a meaningful mathematics curriculum - Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum, 2004
  • Conducting Teacher Research - Coalition of Essential Schools Spring Forum, 2002