Review of 100 teaching ideas that transfer and transform learning: Expanding your repertoire


  • Tierra D. Fender University of North Carolina at Charlotte


Author Biography

Tierra D. Fender, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Tierra D. Fender is a Ph.D. student in urban mathematics curriculum and instruction at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. With experience as an educator in multiple U.S. states, she now designs curriculum resources, coaches secondary math educators, and creates professional development. Research interests for Tierra include increasing student collaboration while learning mathematics, enhancing the professional development experience, and using a strengths-based lens to increase learning.


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How to Cite

Fender, T. D. (2023). Review of 100 teaching ideas that transfer and transform learning: Expanding your repertoire. Education Review, 30.



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