Dr. Dyanne M Tracy
Professor, K-8 Mathematics
Department: Teacher Development and Educational Studies
Office: 485 A Pawley Hall
Phone: (248) 370-3064
By Appointment, please
- EED302: Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary-Middle Levels
- EED303: Teaching Mathematics in Middle School
- EED481: Gender Socialization in Schools
- EST530: Teaching Mathematics in the Middle School
- EST532: Diagnosis and Remediation in Mathematics
- EST581: Gender Socialization in Schools
- EST660: Teacher Leadership in Mathematics and Science
- EST642: Practicum: School-wide Community Building
- EST643: Integrating Beekeeping Across the Curriculum
My most current research includes the integration of beekeeping in K-16 settings. Apiculture is an example of using the Environment as an Integrative Context for Learning (EIC). Please see Apiary Science in Schools
I continue to be active in assisting math and science teachers aspire to gaining skill sets and positions of leadership.
I have had a 25 year passion to move schools into more gender-fair places in which to work and learn.
I am collaborating with the Macomb County Intermediate School District in programs to implement algebra and geometry in school districts across the state of Michigan.
I have developed, with the help of several very talented graduate students, a website dedicated to allowing teachers and students access to the personal letters of Seth Streeter, a Michigan Civil War veteran. Please see A Michigan Connection
Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction with a cognate in K-8 mathematics and science
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