Welcome to my site!

I’m a PhD Candidate in Science and Mathematics Education (SESAME) at UC Berkeley. I work as a graduate student researcher in the Computational Representations in Education lab (CoRE) under the direction of my advisor Dr. Michelle Wilkerson.

I study how students construct, make sense of and employ relationships between various mathematical ideas and ways in which educators may support a dynamic exploration of such relationships with the use of technology and other innovative activities. I’m currently working on my dissertation, a design-based research study aiming to engage secondary students in non-linear explorations and constructions of mathematical proofs.

You can find samples of my work under the “Projects” and “Publications” pages. I would be happy to talk to you more about any of these projects or answer any questions you might have!

Thank you for visiting!