Linda Arnold, PhD

Assistant Professor

PhD, The University of Tennessee

MEd, Texas Christian University

BME, Florida State University

Email: larnold@monmouth.edu

Web site: Linda Arnold

Fall 2014 Office Hours:
By Appointment

Fall 2014 Courses:

ED 365 – A50 Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher, part 1

ED 366 – B50 Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher, part 2

ED 564 – A50 Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher, part 1

ED 565 – B50 Mathematics for the Secondary Teacher, part 2

About:

LindaAnn Arnold grew up in Florida and taught school there for three years before moving to Arizona to teach in urban high school for 20 years.  She then taught in London, England for a year.  She has always loved teaching mathematics, because of the joy of seeing others come to understand how math makes sense.  She entered the PhD program
at the University of Tennessee in 2010, and obtained her doctorate in Education in December, 2013.  When obtaining her doctorate she worked as adjunct faculty for Tusculum College.  She was most recently hired as an assistant
professor of mathematics education at Monmouth University, where she will begin work in August of 2014.

Research Interests:

mathematics teacher candidates, mathematics teacher educators, mathematics textbook

Professional Associations:

Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education

The Benjamin Banneker Association

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics

Tennessee Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages

TODOS: Mathematics for ALL

Awards:

National Science Foundation ICME-12 Award,$2500. Competitive grant, awarded to less than 10% of applicants, to serve as a member of the U.S. delegation to International Math Congress.

Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society - elected member                                                      

Recipient, Kellie W. McGarrh Research Presentation Travel Funding Grant           

GRE Scores: 5.5/6 Writing, 770 Mathematics, 720 Verbal (top 3 percent)                          

Selected as Mentor Teacher for new Phoenix High Schools program. Competitive selection process. Less that 2% of district teachers chosen.

Finalist "Why I Teach" Essay Contest. Phoenix Union High School District