Judy Curran Buck

Judy Curran Buck

Judy Curran Buck, PhD, is a consultant focused on the professional development needs of mathematics educators. She has 30 years of experience in education, serving as a teacher, professor, and principal.

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Judy Curran Buck

Judy Curran Buck, PhD, is a consultant focused on the professional development needs of mathematics educators. She has 30 years of experience in education, serving as a teacher, professor, and principal.

Dr. Curran Buck is past president of the New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics. She is mathematics content specialist for the New England Common Assessment Program and has worked with a number of school districts in New Hampshire to address the content and pedagogical needs of teachers.

She is a recipient of the Richard H. Balomenos Mathematics Education Service Award in recognition of her years of service and leadership in the New Hampshire mathematics education community. Dr. Curran Buck is a presenter at regional conferences and has been involved with the organization of state and regional conferences.

She holds a PhD in mathematics education from the University of New Hampshire and an MA in mathematics from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

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Presentation titles by Judy Curran Buck

  • The Common Core Focus on Fractions
  • Fostering Algebraic Thinking, K–8
  • Uncovering and Clarifying Students' Misconceptions About Mathematics
  • Modeling Functions With Technology
  • Curriculum Development/Alignment Math
  • Developing Number Sense, K–2
  • Exploring Geometry With Paper and Scissors
  • Highlighting the Connections Between Algebra and Geometry
  • Taking the Fear Out of Algebra: Engaging Activities to Develop Algebraic Thinking