Phone: (575) 646-1762
Office: O’Donnell Hall Room 201A
Fax: (575) 646-5436
P.O. Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
Dr. Christopher Engledowl is an Assistant Professor in the School of Teacher Preparation, Administration and Leadership. His research interests broadly include reasoning and sense-making in mathematics and statistics education. More specifically, he is interested in mathematics teachers’ informal inferential reasoning and pedagogical content knowledge and how that knowledge may transfer to student learning.
Dr. Engledowl completed his doctoral degree in Learning, Teaching & Curriculum with a major in Mathematics Education and an emphasis in Quantitative Research Methods in 2017 at the University of Missouri. His dissertation, titled Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Informal Inferential Reasoning: The Role of Knowledge Structures for Measures of Center, Spread and Shape, focused on nine mathematics teachers’ informal inferential reasoning and knowledge of students and teaching within that context. His bachelor’s and master’s degrees are from the University of Arkansas.