B.S., University of Tennessee, Knoxville
M.S., University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Ed.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Mindy has spent more than six years in India as a special education consultant and inclusion specialist. Prior to working in India, Mindy was a special education teacher in the Hartford Public Schools. Her research interests include math learning disabilities, transition, early intervention in mathematics, teachers' perceptions of mathematics, and the use of professional development to improve math instruction.
Haunted by Math: The impact of policy and practice on students with math learning disabilities in the transition to post-secondary education in Mumbai, India. Global Education Review; Dobbs Ferry, NY; Volume 3, No. 3, In press (2016)
How can 5 + 6 = 7? Exploring the use of a screening tool to investigate students’ mathematical thinking in class two in Kolkata, India. Asia Pacific Journal of Developmental Differences; Jurong Point, Singapore; Volume 3, No.2. In press (2016)
Policy and practice in postsecondary education: The transitional experience for students with learning disabilities in India. Working Paper: Higher Education and Students with Learning Disabilities; Mahatma Gandhi Institute for Education for Peace/UNESCO. (2015)