Student Profile

Kayce L. Mastrup
Ph.D. Candidate: Education, Mathematics

Research Interests

  • Understanding, in detail, the connections between teachers’ mathematical life stories, the role of belief and mathematical identity as related to teaching mathematics.
  • Examining the manners in which secondary mathematics preservice teachers inform the development and implementation of their instructional practice over the course of their credential year. 
  • Teacher education

Education

California State University Sacramento

Masters of Arts in Educational Technology (iMET 13)

California State University Humboldt

Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics

Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Education

Active Credentials

Single Subject: Mathematics

Multiple Subject K-8                                                                     

Related Experiences

Student Teacher Supervisor, UC Davis

Supervise single subject math student teachers during their practical clinical work in their school setting. Provide written, and verbal evaluation of candidate performance. 

Instructor and Teaching Assistant, UC Davis

Associate Instructor:

EDU 122 Children, Learning and Material Culture, UC Davis, Summer Session I, 2018 and 2017. Delivered course content and assessed student learning and understanding of course material. 

EDU 180ABC Computers in Education, UC Davis, Spring 2018 and 2019. Delivered course content and assessed student learning and understanding of course material. 

Teaching Assistant:

EDU 122 Children, Learning and Material Culture (Winter 2017; 2018) 

EDU 180ABC Computers in Education (Winter 2018) 

EDU 110 Educational Psychology: General (Fall 2017) 

Secondary Mathematics Educator

Douglass Middle School, Woodland, 2006 – 2013. Developed and implemented standard driven grade level curriculum. Mentored new teachers, aiding in developing solid classroom management skills and instructional practices. 

Academic Technology Services, Instructional Design Assistant

Provide faculty support for online and hybrid course design, event and other media services, and various learning spaces on and offline. 

Professional & Curriculum Development Consultant

Consult with Yolo and Solano County on integrating robotics in k-12 mathematics courses. Design and facilitate professional development and training for teachers that are part of the CaMSP grant. 

Faculty Advisors

Tobin White

Rebecca Ambrose

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