School of Education
Investigating Backward Transfer Effects in the Context of Instructional Activities About Linear and Quadratic Functions
Yue Ma is a Ph.D. in Education student specializing in Mathematics Education in the School of Education at the University of Delaware. Her current research interests focus on high-quality classroom instructions, teacher professional development, and educational equality. She is especially interested in working as a math teacher educator to support pre-service teachers in teacher education programs and novice teachers in school-based training programs to facilitate students’ learning.
She graduated from Northwestern Polytechnical University with a B.E. in Material Science and Engineering and received her M.A. in Educational Studies from the University of Michigan.
- M.A., Educational Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 2020
- B.E., Material Science and Engineering, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an, China, 2016
- Graduate Research Assistant, School of Education, University of Delaware, 2020–present
- Research Assistant, Undergraduate Teaching in Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks, University of Michigan, 2019–2020
- Research Assistant, Specialized Content Knowledge Project, University of Michigan, 2020
- Researcher, Ma Yun Rural Talent Plan Evaluation Project, Shaanxi Normal University, 2019
- Math Teacher, Red Star Primary School, 2017–2018
- Math Teacher, TAL Education Group, 2016–2017
Honors and Awards
- Third prize, Digital Model Competition, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 2015
- Third prize, Digital Model Competition, Northwestern Polytechnical University, 2014
- Li L, Kang HH, Zhou G, Ma Y. The Case Method of the Impact of Jack Ma Rural Normal University Students Program on Beginning Teachers’ Professional Development. Contemporary Teacher Education.
- Ma HL, Zhao M, Wang XH, Ma Y. Promoting Self-efficacy in Computational Thinking of School Teachers. CSSE 2020 Conference, London, Ontario, CA, 2020.