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S. Megan Che

Associate Professor

Office: 409F Gantt Circle
Phone: 864-656-2036
Vita: Click Here

Educational Background

PhD Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum
University of Oklahoma 2005

MS Mathematics
Colorado State University 1997

BS Meteorology
University of Oklahoma 1995


Megan is currently in the midst of an NSF-funded research project that compares the classroom environments of single-sex mathematics and science classes to coeducational classes in middle schools. She is also working on a research project exploring local environmental perspectives in Kenya.

Courses Taught

ED 901, Historical and Cultural Foundations of Mathematics Education
EDSEC 842, Advanced Studies in the Teaching of Secondary School Mathematics
ED 738, Problem-Centered Learning Environments
ED 738, Teaching and Learning Across the World
MTHSC 750, Modern Algebra for Secondary Teachers
MTHSC 713, Algebra for Middle Grades Teachers
EDSEC 456, Secondary Mathematics Capstone Seminar
EDSEC 446, Student Teaching Supervision for Secondary Mathematics
EDSEC 426, Teaching Secondary Mathematics
EDSEC 326, Junior Level Field Experience
EDSEC 226, Algebra from a Professional Perspective

Research Interests

Megan's current research interests include critical mathematics education; hegemony, culture, and mathematics; and postcolonial educational processes