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

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

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