Interview – Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin

Dr. Marina Milner-Bolotin, Associate Professor

“If Elbert Hubbard lived today, he might have said “One computer can do the work of 50 ordinary teachers. No computer can do the work of one extraordinary teacher”.
I am excited to help educate the next generation of extraordinary math and science teachers.”

Research Interests:
Dr. Milner-Bolotin’s research focuses on the potential benefits of educational technologies in science and mathematics teaching and learning. She also looks at how educational technologies can be incorporated in science and mathematics teacher education. Her scholarship has contributed to and has had a major impact on the preparation of future mathematics and science teachers, on in-service teacher professional development and on the effective use of technology in secondary mathematics and science classrooms.

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