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Ed.D., Montana State University
M.S., Montana State University
B.A., Wheelock College
Dr. Jennifer McNally is an Associate Professor in Mathematics. Dr. McNally earned her M.S. and Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, and Mathematics Education, at Montana State University, where she was a fellow at the Center for Learning and Teaching in the West. Dr. McNally has an extensive background in math and science education and curriculum development in public schools and in higher education. Her research has focused on developing pedagogical content knowledge and instructional skills in in-service teachers through formative classroom observations. She serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Research in Science Teaching.
Dr. McNally joined the Curry College faculty in 2011, and served as the Faculty Innovation Coordinator 2016-2018. During her doctoral studies, she worked for Scholastic, Inc., leading an initiative to develop and train teachers in schools and districts throughout New England. She has also served as a consultant for Wheelock College's Center for International Education, Leadership, and Innovation, and for Bristol Community College, working on program development and evaluation, and curating course tools for hybrid and fully online classes.
Ceven McNally, J. (2016). Learning from one's own teaching: New science teachers analyzing their practice through classroom observation cycles. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 53(3), 473-501. doi: 10.1002/tea.21253
Fox, L. and McNally, J.C. (2018). The professor-student learning relationship in higher education: Wisdom from students with learning disabilities. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 29(1), 27-48.