Department of Education

UC Santa Cruz

faculty
Judit Moschkovich, Professor of Education
Email: jmoschko@ucsc.edu
Office: Social Sciences 1, Room 235
Phone: 831-459-2004
Fax: 831-459-4618
Office Hours: Days/times vary each quarter. See signup sheet on office door.

Bio | Selected Publications | Projects | Plenaries/Key Notes
Teaching at UCSC | Awards and Grants

Projects

Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as (CEMELA)
Principal Investigator at UCSC, 2004-2011

National Science Foundation, Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT).
The Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as (CEMELA) is an interdisciplinary and multi-university consortium (The University of Arizona, University of California Santa Cruz, University of Illinois at Chicago, and The University of New Mexico). The center focuses on the research and practice of the teaching and learning of mathematics with Latino students in the United States. http://cemela.math.arizona.edu

AERA SIG: Research in Mathematics Education
Senior Co-Chair, 2005-2006
Junior Co-Chair, 2004-2005

American Educational Research Association Special Interest Group: Research in Mathematics Education www.sigrme.org

Center for Informal Learning and Schools (CILS)
Faculty, 2002-2005

The Center for Informal Learning and Schools (CILS) supported research and develops leadership in the study of informal science learning and institutions, and their relationships to schools. Our mission was strengthening K-12 science education through graduate, practitioner, and research programs that broaden our understanding of learning in both formal and informal environments. www.exploratorium.edu/cils/

California Mathematics and Science (CMST) Program at UCSC
Co-Director, 2000-2007

CMST was the California Math and Science Teacher program (formerly the Community Teaching Fellowship in Math and Science – CTFMS). CMST provided undergraduate students with experiences in middle and high school mathematics and science classrooms. Selected mathematics and science students observed and participated in secondary school classrooms on a weekly basis, received a stipend, and took a set of required courses at UCSC. http://www.math.ucsc.edu/Undergraduate/CMST/

Mathematical discourse in bilingual settings:
Learning and teaching mathematics in two languages
Principal Investigator, 1998-2003

National Science Foundation, Research on Learning and Education (ROLE).  Grant to support research project “Mathematical discourse in bilingual settings:  Teaching and learning mathematics in two languages.” Read project description