# Katie Rupe, PhD

Assistant Professor she/her

## Educational & Professional Experience:

**Education**

PhD in Mathematics Education, Illinois Institute of Technology (2019)

Master of Science in Mathematics Education, Illinois Institute of Technology (2016)

Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education, Loyola University Chicago (2007)

**Professional Experience**

Assistant Professor of Math Education (2020-current)

School Support Manager, UChicago STEM Education (2019)

Research Assistant, Math and Science Education Department, Illinois Institute of Technology (2016-2019)

Middle School Math Teacher and K-8 Instructional Coach, Chicago Public Schools (2007-2016)

## Recent Publications

Rupe, K. M., & Borowski, R. S. (in press). Using rehearsals of number talks to build an asset-based view of students’ thinking. In D. Polly, E. Garin, & C. Martin (Eds.) *Clinically based teacher education in action: Cases from mathematics teacher educators*, Information Age Publishing.

Borowski, R., & Rupe, K. M. (accepted). Can we figure this out together? Developing agency through collaborative planning, *Philosophy **of Mathematics Education.*

Bragelman, J., Rupe, K. M., & Borowski, R. (2022). Culturally relevant for whom? Reflecting on culture and tasks with preservice teachers. In A. E. Lischka, E. B. Dyer, R. S. Jones, J. N. Lovett, J. Strayer, & S. Drown (Eds.)* Proceedings of the 44 ^{th} Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, *Middle Tennessee State University, pp. 1108-1112.

Rupe, K. M., & Davishahl, E. (2022). Categorizing student interactions with manipulatives in statics*, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Zone IV Conference, University of British Columbia*, Vancouver, BC.

Rupe, K. M., & Borowski, R. S. (2022). Supporting preservice elementary teachers in planning for mathematical discussions. In O. Kartal, G. Popovic, & S. Morrissey (Eds.), *Global perspectives and practices for reform-based mathematics teaching* (pp. 136-160). IGI Global. DOI 10.4018/978-1-7998-9422-3

Bartels, S. L., Rupe, K. M., Lederman, J. S. (2019). Shaping preservice teachers’ understandings of STEM: A collaborative math and science methods approach, *Journal of Science Teacher Education, **30*(6), 666-680*. *DOI: 10.1080/1046560X.2019.1602803

## Selected Awards & Honors:

2022 Best Section Paper Award, ASEE Zone IV, *Categorizing Student Interactions with Manipulatives in Statics*

2021 AMTE STaR Fellow - Service, Teaching, & Research in Mathematics Education: Supporting Early Career Professionals