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Ms. Stotz at campus lion statue

Title: Instructor in Education
Office: 214 A Main Building
Phone: 610-892-1462
E-mail: mds45@psu.edu

Megan Stotz received her B.A. in Elementary Education from the University of Tampa, M.A. in Reading K-12 from the University of South Florida, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Teaching Learning Technology from Lehigh University. Megan’s research focuses on combining early childhood mathematics with augmented reality.

Recent Publications and Presentations

National Council of Leaders in Mathematics: More Then One Way to Coach (March, 2013)

  • Just Read Florida Conference: Using Assessment to Drive Instruction (Orlando, FL)
  • Tennessee ESL State Conference: Language and Literacy (Nashville, TN)
  • Research Council of Mathematics Learning (RCML): Teachers Perceptions of Children’s Literature in Math (Charlotte, NC)
  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM): ABC’s and 123’s: Using Children’s Literature in Mathematics (Hartford, CT)
  • School Science and Mathematics Association (SSMA): Inquiry Illustrated: Using Children’s Literature to Teach Science (Birmingham, AL)
  • Pennsylvania Council of Teachers of Mathematics (PCTM): Children’s’ Literature and Augmented Reality in Mathematics (Hersey, PA)
  • Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo & Conference (PETE&C): Augmented Reality in Education (Hersey, PA)
  • Research Council of Mathematics Learning (RCML): Preservice Elementary Teachers Perceptions of the CCSSM and their Beliefs on Teaching Mathematics (Tulsa, OK)