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Jessica Mean, M.A.

Mathematics Lecturer

 
“I am interested in ​how peer motivation can help motivate students in a mathematics classroom. I am also interested in how embedded support such as peer tutors and mentors affect students’ academic performance.”
 

Biography

Jessica Mean​ ​received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in mathematics at Cal State Monterey Bay and received her Master’s degree in mathematics at San Jose State University. She frequently teaches elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, and college algebra. Her mathematics teaching style focuses on intensive group work and class presentations with an emphasis on having embedded support in the classroom. Jessica Mean also has research interests for combinatorics and topological graph theory.

Courses Taught

Research Interests​

Selected Publications

TBA (I am working on a research paper that will potentially be published in the ​Journal of Humanistic Mathematics​)

Recent Presentations/Event Appearances

“Promoting Active Engagement in the Mathematics Classroom Conference.” Ohlone College (January 2019)

Awards and Honors

Areas of Expertise

Student motivation on ​lower-division, General Education (GE) math courses

Social Media

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