Dr. Michaele F. Chappell
Phone: (615) 898-2393
Fax: (615) 898-5422
Ph.D. (C&I/Mathematics Education) / M.S.T / B.S.Ed.
Integrating Art and STEM; Teacher Professional Development; African-American Students’
Math Achievement; Spatial Sense & Geometric Understanding
- Ferrucci, B. J., & Chappell, M. F. (Eds.). (May, 2010). Empowering and supporting
new teachers of mathematics. New England Mathematics Journal, 42.
- Chappell, M. F., & Thompson, D.R. (2009). Math, Culture, and Popular Media: Activities to engage middle schools students through
film, literature, and the internet. Greenwood Heinemann Publishers, Portsmouth, NH.
- Chappell, M.F., Shielack, J., & Zagorski, S. (Eds.). (2004). Empowering the beginning teacher of mathematics in elementary school [Volume III].
Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
- Chappell, M.F., & Pateracki, T. (Eds.). (2004). Empowering the beginning teacher of mathematics in middle school [Volume II]. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
- Chappell, M.F., Choppin, J., & Salls, J. (Eds.). (2004). Empowering the beginning teacher of mathematics in high school [Volume I]. Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
- Co-author of Math, Culture, and Popular Media – Ideas from this scholarly work have been presented nationally/internationally, including
Japan, Brazil, and Korea.
- Served 2 years as Chair of Mathematical Sciences Department
- Served 3 years on Editorial Panel for Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School Journal
- Leader of the Editorial Panel that developed the NCTM series, Empowering the Beginning Teacher of Mathematics
- Served on 15 doctoral committees, including four as Co-Chair
- Served twice on the Board for the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (Secretary/NCTM Delegate)
- Served 2 terms on the Board for the Benjamin Banneker Association (Secretary & Membership Chair)
- Investigative researcher for the University of Pittsburgh’s QUASAR Project funded by the Ford Foundation
- First McKnight Doctoral Fellow to serve on the Florida Education Fund’s Board of Directors; held two distinct terms
for 10 years