Amelie SchinckMikel
Professor
Contact Information
 Office: Bldg. 25, Rm. 324
 Phone: (805) 7562352
 Email: aschinck@calpoly.edu
Education
 Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, North Carolina, 2009.
 M.Sc. in Mathematics from Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 2001.
Research and Teaching Interests
Sociocultural issues in mathematics education, teacher education, language and mathematics learning, problemsolving.
Selected Publications and Presentations

SchinckMikel, A., Paulding, K., & Medina, E. (2023). Capturing unique teaching experiences of firstyear secondary mathematics teachers transitioning from virtual to inperson instruction. Conference proceedings of the Education and New Developments Conference in Lisbon, Portugal. 96100.

Medina, E. Z., & SchinckMikel, A.G. (March, 2019). Dog, Double Dog!, ComMuniCator, California Mathematics Council.

SchinckMikel, A.G. & Medina, E. Z. (2016). The Math Academy: a program to attract more underrepresented students to STEM fields, February 2016 issue of the Canadian Mathematical Society Notes.

SchinckMikel, A. G. & Pugalee, D. K (2014). Writing in Middle Grades Mathematics, Middle School Journal,

Lim, J. H., Chae, J. L., SchinckMikel, A., & Watson, J. (2013). Varied meanings and engagement in school mathematics: crosscase analysis of three highachieving young adolescent girls. School Science and Mathematics Journal, 13(4), 191200.

Schinck, A. G., Neale, N. W., Pugalee, D. K., & Cifarelli, V. V. (2008). Using metaphors to unpack student beliefs about mathematics, School Science and Mathematics Journal, 108(7), 326333.

Schinck, A. G., Neale, N. W., Pugalee, D. K., & Cifarelli, V. V., (2007). Structures, journeys, and tools: using metaphors to unpack student beliefs about mathematics, Conference Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of Mathematics Education for the Future Project; Mathematics Education in a Global Community, Charlotte, 2007.

SchinckMikel, A., & Paulding, K. (June 2023). Capturing unique teaching experiences of first year secondary mathematics teachers transitioning from virtual to inperson instruction. Education and New Developments Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.

SchinckMikel, A., & Paulding, K. (Feb. 2022, February 1012). Lessons from the pandemic: Leveraging unique teaching experiences to inform mathematics secondary clinical practice. TwentySixth Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators. Henderson, NV.

SchinckMikel, A.G, Medina, E., Vazquez, A., & Mapa, E. (March 2019). Opening the Door to 3D Visualization through Multiple Representations. California Mathematics CouncilCentral in Merced, CA.

Medina, E., & SchinckMikel, A.G. (December 2017) Fun with Algebraic Thinking. CMCNorth (Asilomar).

SchinckMikel, A.G, Medina, E., Cushing, H., & Ramirez, M. (July 2017).Using the fold and cut theorem to engage students in mathematics. National Noyce Summit in Washington D.C.

Medina, E., SchinckMikel, A. G., Cushing, H., & Ramirez, M. (2017). Using the fold and cut theorem to engage students in mathematics. 2017 Western Regional Noyce Conference in Fresno, CA..

SchinckMikel, A.G. & Medina, E. (2015). The Math Academy: a model for reaching out to underrepresented students in STEM fields. 2015 International Conference of the Mathematics Education for the Future Project, Catania, Italy.

Medina, E., & SchinckMikel, A. G. (2013). The Math Academy: a model for engaging high school students and teachers in rich mathematics problems. 2013 Noyce Conference, Washington DC.

SchinckMikel, A.G. (Feb., 2012). Learning to be a mathematics education specialist in a mathematics department: progress and lessons from the first two years. Poster presentation at 17^{th} Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Feb. 2012, Forth Worth, Texas.

Yoshinobu, S., & Schinck, A. G. (January 2010). Professional development of mathematics instructors at the college level: the InquiryBased Learning workshop model. 15^{th} Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Irvine, CA.

Pugalee, D. K., & Schinck, A. G. (December 2009). Differentiating instruction to reach all students. California Mathematics Council North Conference: Asilomar, Pacific Grove, CA.

Lim, J. H., Schinck, A. G. & Chae, J. L., Watson, J. (April 2009). Varied meanings and engagement in School mathematics: crosscase analysis of three highachieving young adolescent girls. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting and Exhibition, San Diego, CA.

Schinck, A. G., & Neale, N. W. (Sept. 2007). Structures, journeys, and tools: Using metaphors to unpack student beliefs about mathematics. Ninth Annual International Conference of the Mathematics Education for the Future Project in Charlotte, NC.

Pugalee, D. K., & Schinck, A. G. (April 2007). Making Writing Visible; Using a Cognitive Model to Analyze Teacher Candidates; Written Descriptions to Mathematical Tasks. American Educational Research Association Meeting and Exhibition in Chicago, IL
Courses Taught
 Math 112: Nature of Modern Mathematics
 Math 141: Calculus 1
 Math 227: Math for Elementary School Teaching 1
 Math 328: Math for Elementary School Teaching 2
 Math 329: Math for Elementary School Teaching 3
 Math 330: Algebraic Thinking Using Technology
 Math 341: Theory of Numbers
 SCM 300: Early Field Experience
 Math 419: Intro. to the History of Mathematics
 Math 423: Advanced Mathematics for Teaching
 Math 424: Organizing and Teaching Mathematics
 Math 425: Mathematics Student Teaching Seminar