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Jennifer Suh, Associate Professor, GSE, College of Education and Human Development. Photo by Ron Aira/Creative Services/George Mason University

Jennifer M. Suh, PhD

jsuh4@gmu.edu
Jsuh_Curriculum Vitae

Associate Professor, Mathematics Education
Director, COMPLETE Math Center
College of Education & Human Development
George Mason University,
Thompson 2203
4400 University Dr. MS1E8
Fairfax, VA 22030
(703) 993-9119 office
(703)993-3643 fax

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Interests:
Developing students’ mathematics proficiency &  teachers’ mathematics knowledge through Lesson Study  (socio-mathematical practices, diverse student populations, and representational fluency through mathematics tools and emerging technologies); sustaining professional development with coach-facilitated Lesson Study

Assistant Director of the Mathematics Education Center
Project Investigator for COMPLETE MATH COMPLETE Math Center
http://cehd.gmu.edu/people/faculty/jsuh/
SUMMER MATH FOR KIDS  E=MC²

Current Prof. Development  & Research Projects:

21st Century Skills and STEM http://stemathematics.onmason.com/

Mathematical Modeling http://mathematicalmodeling.wix.com/mysite

 

Jennifer Suh is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education, College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University. Dr. Suh teaches mathematics methods courses in the Elementary Education Program and mathematics leadership courses for the Mathematics Specialist Masters and PH.D Programs.  She directs the Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology, COMPLETE, a joint center between the College of Education and the College of Science. Her research focuses on: Implementing Lesson Study to develop pedagogical mathematics knowledge across the continuum from pre-service teachers to mathematics teacher leaders; Building children’s development of mathematical meaning through math modeling and representational fluency; Promoting equitable access to 21st century skills through problem-based learning encouraging creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration for diverse student populations. Through formal and informal educational outreach, Dr. Suh enjoys working with schools, communities teachers and parents to show how math can be useful in solving real world problems and be enjoyable to teach and learn. Dr. Suh lives in Virginia with her husband Tim and two sons, Jeremy and Zachary.

Vitae is a Latin word that means, the course of one’s life and career. I feel grateful to have found teaching as a source of inspiration in my life and career! 

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Research Interests: 

Developing students’ mathematics proficiency &  teachers’ mathematics knowledge through Lesson Study  (socio-mathematical practices, diverse student populations, and representational fluency through mathematics tools and emerging technologies); sustaining professional development with coach-facilitated Lesson Study

Assistant Director of the Mathematics Education Center
Project Investigator for COMPLETE MATH COMPLETE Math Center
http://cehd.gmu.edu/people/faculty/jsuh/
SUMMER MATH FOR KIDS  E=MC²

Current Prof. Development  & Research Projects:

21st Century Skills and STEM http://stemathematics.onmason.com/

Mathematical Modeling http://mathematicalmodeling.wix.com/mysite

 

Jennifer Suh is an Associate Professor in the Graduate School of Education, College of Education and Human Development, George Mason University. Dr. Suh teaches mathematics methods courses in the Elementary Education Program and mathematics leadership courses for the Mathematics Specialist Masters and PH.D Programs.  She directs the Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology, COMPLETE, a joint center between the College of Education and the College of Science. Her research focuses on: Implementing Lesson Study to develop pedagogical mathematics knowledge across the continuum from pre-service teachers to mathematics teacher leaders; Building children’s development of mathematical meaning through math modeling and representational fluency; Promoting equitable access to 21st century skills through problem-based learning encouraging creativity, critical thinking, communication and collaboration for diverse student populations. Through formal and informal educational outreach, Dr. Suh enjoys working with schools, communities teachers and parents to show how math can be useful in solving real world problems and be enjoyable to teach and learn. Dr. Suh lives in Virginia with her husband Tim and two sons, Jeremy and Zachary.

Vitae is a Latin word that means, the course of one’s life and career. I feel grateful to have found teaching as a source of inspiration in my life and career! 

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