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Enrique Galindo is a professor of mathematics education at Indiana University Bloomington. His research focuses on teacher education, learning in technology-supported environments, and assessment and evaluation. He teaches courses on mathematics and pedagogy, secondary mathematics methods courses, and graduate courses for teacher educators. He has conducted professional development projects for teachers in K-12 to improve teaching and learning in STEM education, incorporate Project Based Learning, and contribute to developing their technological and pedagogical knowledge. He currently serves as President-Elect for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) in the US.
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