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Nermin Bayazit

Clinical Assistant Professor    
Education
PhD. in Mathematics Education-Florida State University, 2009
MS in Mathematics Education-Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2004
BA in Mathematics Education-Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2002.
BS in Mathematics- Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, 2002.
Specializations
Mathematics education
Advanced mathematical thinking-proof and reasoning
Teacher education
Biography

Nermin Bayazit is a clinical assistant professor of mathematics education in the Department of Middle and Secondary Education. She is also the program coordinator for the online master’s degree program in mathematics education for 6-12 mathematics teachers. Her area of research includes advanced mathematical thinking specifically proof and reasoning, mathematical knowledge for teaching (MKT) and teacher education. She is particularly interested in the role of mathematical definitions in constructing proofs, innovative approaches to enhance the mathematical knowledge for teaching, and disconnect between theory and practice during student teaching. Her research has been published in journals such as Teacher Education Quarterly and Journal of STEM Education.

Bayazit has been an active member of the mathematics education community. She has attended and served several local, national and international conferences in different roles. She is also the associate editor of the Journal of Urban Mathematics Education (JUME) since she joined to Georgia State University in 2009. She has served as the mathematics coach for local middle and high schools, and closely worked with mathematics teachers in their needed areas.

Publications

Behm-Cross, S. & Tosmur-Bayazit, N. (accepted to be published). Helping pre-service teachers connect theory and practice: Using reading, writing, and observation protocols to structure field experiences. Teacher Education Quarterly.

Tosmur-Bayazit, N. & Ubuz, B. (2013). Practicing engineers’ perspective on mathematics and mathematics education in college. Journal of STEM Education, 14(3), 34-40.

Bu, L., Jakubowski, E., Dickey, L., Bayazit, N., Curaoglu, O., Kim, H., Cakir, R. &
Spector, J. (2009). Prospective Mathematics Teachers’ Initial Reactions to Model-Centered Instruction. In C. Crawford et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 4025-4029). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Tosmur-Bayazit, N., & Ubuz, B. (2006) Implementing journal writing to freshman college students. Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and Related Fields (pp. 1568-1598). Hawaii, HO.

Tosmur, N & Ubuz, B. (2005). What professional engineers think about university mathematics and mathematics education? Proceedings of European Society for Engineering Education (pp.69-75). Ankara, Turkey.

 
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