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Meet Professor Nicole Rigelman
Meet Professor Nicole Rigelman

Nicole Miller Rigelman, EdD,  is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She received her doctorate from Portland State University and currently teaches mathematics education courses for preservice and inservice teachers. Prior to receiving her doctorate, Dr. Rigelman taught middle school mathematics and later served as a K-12 mathematics curriculum specialist. She serves on several state mathematics advisory boards and was a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) assessment task force and the professional development and services committee. She has also served the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) through the teaching resources task force, the professional development committee, and is co-leading the AMTE’s Elementary Mathematics Specialists' initiatives with her colleague Dr. Maggie McGatha from University of Louisville. She was recently appointed to the NCTM's Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education editorial panel and was elected to serve AMTE's board of directors as secretary.

Dr. Rigelman was involved in a​​ National Science Foundation funded, math science partnership grant where she served as faculty for the Collegial Leadership course and supported teachers in their implementation of high-level mathematical discourse in their classrooms. She was the principal investigator on the Connect2MATH-Connect2SCIENCE math science partnership grant focused on engaging teachers and students in inquiry-based math and science instruction and assessment practices, as well as the integration and collegial examination of those subject areas. ​She currently serves as co-principal investigator for the EaMML math science partnership focused on developing mathematics instructional leaders at the elementary and secondary level. ​Her current research interests lie in mathematics teacher preparation and professional development, influence of curriculum materials on student and teacher learning, ​mathematical reasoning and problem solving as it relates to​ standards implementation and assessment.

Nicole Rigelman, EdD
Portland State University
Graduate School of Education
Curriculum and Instruction
PO Box 751
1900 SW 4th Avenue
Room 290L
Portland, OR 97207-0751
Phone: 503-725-4699
Fax: 503-725-8475
Email: rigelman@pdx.edu