Jennifer Rose is an Educational Technology Integration Specialist and mathematics teacher in New Jersey. She is a 2015 New Jersey State Finalist for the National Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). She has a M.A in Instruction and Curriculum and is currently on the faculty at the Morristown-Beard School in Morristown, New Jersey where she also serves as the Middle School Director of Student Activities and Team Lead.
Her expertise is in implementing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) practices to support all students via appropriate technology tools, including digital formative assessment, screencasting, and blended learning. Her daily work as a classroom teacher is what drives her interest in technology integration and supporting other educators in their endeavor to be the best they can be.
Jennifer is the proud parent to a daughter who is a junior in college, and a son who is a senior in high school, both who are a source of constant inspiration.
Using the Arts to support mathematics efficacy
M.A. Instruction & Curriculum
Nathan Weiss Graduate College, Kean Univ.
Single Gender Mathematics Education
How boys and girls learn differently in the middle grades.
Tisch School of the Arts, New York Univ.