- Charles Hohensee
examining the ways that secondary mathematics teachers interact with written curriculum materials during lesson planning, understanding how awareness of the TPACK framework affects pre-service teacher dispositions
Julien Corven (Colvin)
Julien Corven is a first year Ph.D. student in the Mathematics Education specialization at the University of Delaware. Prior to enrolling at UD, he taught mathematics for ten years at the middle and high school levels in Baltimore City, Maryland. He earned his Master’s degree in Mathematics Education from Towson University in Maryland in 2014 and served as an adjunct professor in the Math department there for three years. His current research interests include examining the ways that secondary mathematics teachers interact with written curriculum materials during lesson planning and understanding how awareness of the TPACK framework affects pre-service teacher dispositions.
- Secondary Mathematics Teacher – Baltimore City Public School System, Baltimore, MD (2007–2017)
- Adjunct Faculty – Towson University Department of Mathematics, Towson, MD (2014-2017)
- Research Assistant – Towson University, Towson, MD (Summer 2014)
- Math Curriculum Writer – Baltimore City Public School System, Baltimore, MD (Summer 2012, Summer 2013)
Honors and Awards
- Dean’s Scholar Award, University of Delaware College of Education and Human Development (2017)
- Corven, J. & Tomayko, M. (2017). TPACK radar diagrams: A visual quantitative representation for tracking growth of essential teacher knowledge. Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017 (Mar 05, 2017), pp. 2296-2301.
- Colvin, J., DiMatteo, D., & Sorokina, T. (2016). Dimension of trivariate C1 splines on bipyramid cells. Computer Aided Geometric Design, 45, 140-150.
- Colvin, J. C., & Tomayko, M. C. (2015). Putting TPACK on the radar: A visual quantitative model for tracking growth of essential teacher knowledge. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 15(1).
- SITE 2017 Conference (Austin, TX): TPACK radar diagrams: A visual quantitative representation for tracking growth of essential teacher knowledge. (with M. Tomayko)
- Maryland Council of Teachers of Mathematics 2014 Conference (Baltimore, MD): Flipping instruction without flipping out. (with D. Yost)