Creator of Knowledge
Information Resources Management Association
Advancing the Concepts & Practices of Information Resources Management in Modern Organizations

Robert N. Ronau

Robert N. Ronau, a Professor of Mathematics Education at the University of Louisville, has research interests and publications that include implementation of instructional technology, Technology, Pedagogy, And Content Knowledge (TPACK); teacher knowledge, Comprehensive Framework for Teacher Knowledge (CFTK), and teacher preparation and assessment, Diagnostic Assessments for Mathematics and Science Teachers (DTAMS). Over the last twenty years, he has played a critical role in numerous state-wide and local grant efforts including development of State Wide Mathematics Core-Content and Assessments, LATTICE (Learning Algebra Through Technology, Investigation, and Cooperative Experience), the Secondary Mathematics Initiative (SMI) of PRISM (Partnership for Reform Initiatives in Science and Mathematics), Kentucky’s state-wide systemic reform initiative, Technology Alliance, Teaching K-4 Mathematics in Kentucky, the Park City/IAS Geometry Project, and U2MAST. He currently serves as a Co-PI on the NSF Funded project, Geometry Assessments for Secondary Teachers (GAST), and on a Curriculum Analysis project for the Chief State School Officers (CCSSO).
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