Dennis DeBay

Dennis DeBay, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education

Benziger Hall, Lower Chapel Corridor, Room 16
Tue, 1-4 p.m.; by appointment
dennis.debay@mville.edu
(914) 323-5283

About Me

Dr. Dennis DeBay joined the curriculum and instruction faculty as an assistant professor in mathematics education in 2013. He taught mathematics and computer science at the high school level in the greater Boston area for five years prior to earning his Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction with a focus on mathematics education at Boston College. His current research interests include the development of technological learning environments as a mediating factor between the teaching and learning of mathematics in formal and informal learning settings, as well as the use of geospatial technologies to explore student understanding of real-world data. Another research interest is teaching urban high school students to use STEM-related skills to explore social justice issues such as sustainability and urban planning in their own communities.

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Education
Curriculum and Instruction, Ph.D., Boston College
Mathematics Education, Master of Education, Boston College
Mathematics and Music, Bachelor of Science, Dalhousie University