Ami Maria Mamolo, PhD
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education
Ontario Tech University
My research is in educational mathematics. My work explores how to foster and elicit reasoning that can disrupt misguided and ingrained preconceptions about mathematics content, learning, and teaching. I'm especially interested in how creative and multi-modal approaches to math teaching and learning can be networked to encourage conceptual growth, meaningful engagement, and enjoyment with mathematics.
Read more about my research projects:
Mathematics Higher Education Research & Practice:
Mamolo, A. & Zazkis, R. (2012). Stuck on convention: A story of derivative-relationships. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 81(2), 161 – 177.
Mamolo, A. & Bogart, T. (2011). Riffs on the infinite ping-pong ball conundrum. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 42(5), 615 – 623.
K-16 Resources & Approaches:
Ruttenberg-Rozen, R., & Wagner, D., Mamolo, A. (2020). Humanizing Data / Humanisation des donnes. Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group. Antigonish, N.S.
SERVICE & LEADERSHIP
Currently, I serve as:
- Co-chair of the Fields Institute Mathematics Education Forum
- Editorial Panel member of the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education
- Editorial Board member of the Journal of Mathematical Behavior, the Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, and Vector
- Executive Committee member, recording secretary, and newsletter editor of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group / Groupe Canadien d"Etude en Didactique des Mathematiques
- Board of Directors member and recording secretary of For the Learning of Mathematics
- Member of the Program Committee for the Special Interest Group of the MAA, Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference
- PhD in Mathematics Education (2009), Simon Fraser University
- MSc in Mathematics (2005), McMaster University
- BSc (Hons) in Mathematics (2003), McMaster University