Daniela Tirnovan

Ph.D. in Education student
Learning, Cognition, Instruction, & Development – Mathematics Education
  • Research Interests
    My research interests rests at the intersection of mathematics education and language diversity for emergent bi/multilingual students. My dissertation seeks to explore the role of translanguaging as a theoretical framework, pedagogical practice, and practice of students in mathematics elementary classrooms.
  • Educational Background

    B.A in Analytical Philosophy and Linguistics, CUNY Graduate Center

    M.S in Mathematics Education Grades 1-6, Brooklyn College

  • Specialization

    Math Education and Language Diversity

  • Favorite Inspiring Quote

    “All words have the “taste” of a profession, a genre, a tendency, a party, a particular work, a particular person, a generation, an age group, the day and hour. Each word tastes of the context and contexts in which it has lived its socially charged life.” ~ Mikhail Bakhtin

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