Brian J. Frasier, Ed.D.
Dr. Brian J. Frasier is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education. He holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, an M.Ed. in Mathematics Education, an M.S. in Mathematics, and an Ed.D. in Mathematics and Science Education. Dr. Frasier completed his undergraduate studies at Tufts University and his graduate and post-graduate studies at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell.
Dr. Frasier’s education is complemented by a wide range of practical experiences in the field of education. His career began as a high school mathematics teacher in the public schools where he taught Algebra through Calculus to students of varying academic levels. He then transitioned to the college level where he prepares new K-12 teachers for the classroom by instructing undergraduate and graduate level courses, supervising student teachers, and guiding prospective teachers through the licensure process.
In addition to teacher preparation, Dr. Frasier is also keenly interested in educational research. His own research focuses on teachers’ conceptions of and practices with proof and reasoning in mathematics education. His scholarly interests include: Learning Theory, Epistemology, and the History of Mathematics.
MTE 1410 Foundations in Mathematics I
MTE 1412 Foundations in Mathematics II
EDU 3330 Teaching Mathematics, Science & Technology
EDU 3420 Instructional Methodologies and Technology for Middle and Secondary Education
EDU 4902 Practicum Supervision