Assistant Professor of Mathematical Sciences
Ph.D. in Mathematics Education, University of Georgia, 2022
M.M.E. in Mathematics Education, University of Dayton, 2018
B.A., Mathematics, Secondary Education, and Theology, University of Saint Thomas, 2016
State of Texas Teaching License, 7-12 Mathematics
Dr. Menke's research interests center around teacher preparation programs and how we assess teachers' preparedness. She is particularly interested in field experiences and the potential of video analysis to improve teacher noticing.
- Miller, C., Menke, J., & Conner, A. (2023). Collective Argumentation in Integrated Contexts: A Typology of Warrants Contributed in Mathematics and Coding Arguments. Journal for STEM Education Research, 1-27.
- Menke, J. (2022). Teaching is a Journey: General Studies in Education, Mathematics Teacher: Learning and Teaching PK-12. 115(9). 686-688.
- Miller, C., Menke, J., & Conner, A. (2021) Patterns of reasoning: Warrants in elementary mathematics and coding arguments. In D. Olanoff, K. Johnson, & S. Spitzer (Eds.). Proceedings of the 43rd Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 1569-1573). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- Menke, J. & Edenfield, K. (2020). Taking clinical observations digital. AMTE Connections, 30(2), 1-5.