Review of Teaching mathematics creatively


  • Julianna Washington Southern Methodist University


Author Biography

Julianna Washington, Southern Methodist University

Julianna Washington is a former middle school and high school math and coding teacher, partnering with Teach for America for two of those years. Now a Ph.D. student and graduate research assistant, Julianna works to understand and develop the relationship between technology and student learning in Math and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math). Her research includes the effects of technology, specifically virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), game-based learning, and embodied learning (such as video games and motion-based projects) on student learning and comprehension.


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How to Cite

Washington, J. (2023). Review of Teaching mathematics creatively . Education Review, 30.



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