- Ph.D., Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1990
Teaching and Research Interests
My teaching supports teachers and principals to learn about the theories and practices of teaching and leadership in urban low performing schools. My doctoral classes focus on diversity in mathematics education as well as understanding research methods as they answer the questions of Urban Schooling.
Franke, M., Webb, N., Chan, A., Battey D., Ing, M., Freund, D., De, T. (2009). Eliciting student thinking in elementary mathematics classrooms: Practices that support understanding. Journal of Teacher Education, 60, 380-392.
Franke, M.L., Kazemi, E., Battey, D. (2007). Understanding teaching and classroom practice in mathematics. In F. Lester (Ed.) Second Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning, New York: Macmillan.
Webb, N. M., Franke, M. L., Ing, M., Chan, A., De, T., Freund, D., & Battey, D. (2008). The role of teacher instructional practices in student collaboration. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 33, 360-381.
Battey, D. & Franke, M. (2008). Transforming identities: Understanding teachers across professional development and classrooms. Teacher Education Quarterly.
Diversity in mathematics education center for teaching and learning (2007). Culture, race, power and mathematics education. In F. Lester (Ed.) Second Handbook of research on mathematics teaching and learning, New York: Macmillan.