Samuel E. Jackson, Ph.D.
M.A., Brooklyn College Graduate School of Education
B.Sc., CUNY Queens
Samuel E. Jackson, Ph.D., comes to St. John’s University as an Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction. As an Adjunct Assistant Professor, he taught courses in mathematics, math education and issues in urban education at City College, Queens College, Brooklyn College and Long Island University. His research interests include teacher education; cogenerative dialogue; and construction of mathematical knowledge in urban schools. He also has a B.A. in Mathematics and an M.A. in Adolescent Math Education.
Partnerships or Mentorships: Advisor/Mentor for Graduate students at Manhattanville College, Fall 2010 - Spring 2012.
Areas of Specialization: Secondary Mathematics Education & Urban Education
EDU 1006: Methods of Teaching Mathematics
EDU 7137: Current Trends and Research in the Teaching of Mathematics