Hyun (Hannah) J. Kang, Ph.D

KangAssistant Professor of Teacher Education

School of Teacher Education
College of Education and Behavioral Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Campus Box 107
274 McKee, Greeley, CO 80639
Office phone: 970-351-2760
Hyunjung.kang@unco.edu


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Research Interests and Specializations

Elementary mathematics education; preservice teachersí learning; elementary teacherís identity development focusing on the community of practice ; mathematics instructions based on studentsí mathematical thinking; Cognitive Guided Instructions in mathematics classrooms; elementary mathematics curriculum analysis; professional development for the teachers working with diversity learners.

Education

  • Ph.D., Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona, 2012: Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis of Elementary Mathematics Education.
  • Med., Arizona State University, Tempe Arizona, 2006: Curriculum and Instruction with emphasis of Elementary Mathematics Education.
  • BA, Duksung Womenís University, Seoul, Korea, 1997: French Language and Literature

Selected Publications

  • Battey, D., Llamas-Flores, S., Burke, M., Guerra, P., Kang, H. J., & Kim, S. H., (2013). ELL policy and mathematics professional development colliding: Placing teacher experimentation within a social, historical, and political context. Teachers College Record, 115 (7).
  • Kang, H.J. (2011). Identity Development of Pre-Service Elementary Mathematics Teachers in Standards-Based Reform pedagogy and Its Contributing Factors. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education North American chapter (PME-NA): Reno, Nevada.
  • Kang, H. J., Guerra Lombardi, P., & Kim, S.H. (2010). Young Childrenís intuitive knowledge of reflective symmetry. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education North American chapter (PME-NA): Columbus, Ohio.
  • Kang, H.J. (2009). A cross cultural curriculum study on U.S. elementary mathematics Textbooks. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education North American chapter (PME-NA): Atlanta, Georgia.
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