Jamar Pickreign, Ph.D.
Associate DeanandAssociate Professor
Office: 706 Maytum Hall Phone: (716)673-3311
Dr. Pickreign is a former grades 7 - 12 mathematics teacher in Central New York and
was a P-8 mathematics education specialist as a member of the faculty of Rhode Island
College. A SUNY Fredonia College of Education faculty member since 2001, he is currently
Associate Dean of the College of Education. He is also co-Director of Project PRIME' (Professional Resources In Mathematics Education), a mathematics education professional development endeavor he started with colleagues
Dr. Keary Howard and Dr. Bob Rogers of the SUNY Fredonia Mathematical Sciences Department.
Dr. Pickreign is also an associate editor of the New York State Mathematics Teachers'
in Mathematics Education:
- Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School
- Issues, Trends, and Research in Mathematics Education
- Activity Oriented Mathematics
- Software for Mathematics Education
- Assessment and Evaluation in Mathematics
- History of Mathematics Education
- Technology in Mathematics Education
- K-12 Materials in Mathematics Education
- Mathematics Language
- Teacher Preparation and Continuing Professional Development in Mathematics
- Mathematics Assessment and Evaluation
Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications
- Pickreign, J. (2010). Mathematics: The science of patterns. New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal, 60 (3) 107-110.
- Pickreign, J. (2007). Rectangles and rhombi: How well do preservice teachers know
them. Issues in the Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of School Teachers: The Journal,
1 (Content Knowledge). [www.k-12prep.math.ttu.edu]
- Pickreign, J. (2007). Alternative base arithmetic activities to develop teacher empathy
for mathematics concept development. On-Math: Online Journal of School Mathematics, 5(1), Article 5.
- Pickreign, J. and Rogers, R. (2006). Do You Understand Your Algorithms? Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 12, (1), 42 - 47.
- Marchand, R., Pickreign, J., & Howard, K. (2005). An Analysis of the Performance Gap
Between Native American and Anglo Students in the New York State Fourth and Eighth
Grade Mathematics Assessments. Journal of American Indian Education. 44, (2) 24 - 35.
Recent Professional Presentations
- Pickreign, J. (August, 2011). Seeing patters: A gateway to algebraic thinking. Presentation
at the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) 2011 Summer
Institute, Siena College, Loudenville, NY
- Pickreign, J. & Rogers, R. (November, 2010). Proof is Not a Four Letter Word. Presentation
at the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) 60th Annual
Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY
- Pickreign, J. & Rogers, R. (April, 2010). Units: The One Thing To Teach If You Can
Only Teach One Thing. Presentation at the Long Island Mathematics Conference (LIMACON),
SUNY Old Westbury, NY
- Pickreign, J. & Rogers, R. (November, 2009). Seeing Mathematics. Presentation at the
Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) 59th Annual Meeting,
- Pickreign, J. & Rogers, R. (November, 2008) You Call This Algebra? Presentation at
the Association of Mathematics Teachers of New York State (AMTNYS) 58th Annual Meeting,
Rye Brook, NY
- Howard, K., Pickreign, J., & Rogers, R. (January, 2008) Action Research Made Easy
for Prospective Math Educators? Samples, Examples, and Pitfalls. Presentation at the
12th Annual meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), Tulsa,
- Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction/Mathematics Education, 1996 The University of Kansas
- MSEd. Curriculum and Instruction/Mathematics Education, 1993 The University of Kansas
- BS Secondary Mathematics (7 -12), 1986, SUNY Cortland
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