Sandra Nite is a researcher and Director of AP Institutes in Mathematics and Computer Science in the College of Arts and Science. She has taught high school and/or college mathematics, science, and music courses for over 35 years, and has collaborated and led grant proposals and projects with various stakeholders. As a mathematics curriculum coordinator, she organized and supervised curriculum development for secondary students. Besides her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, she holds master’s degrees in mathematics and music and lifetime Texas secondary teaching certification for mathematics, computer science, biology, chemistry, composite science, music, English, and English language arts as well as Master Math Teacher (8-12) certification. For the past 20 years she has worked extensively with professional development curriculum for secondary teachers, both inservice and preservice, to increase content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge. She has directed or co-directed teacher quality grants for 11 years.
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