Sarah Quebec Fuentes is currently an Assistant Professor of mathematics education in the Andrews Institute of Mathematics and Science Education at Texas Christian University. She was a middle and high school mathematics teacher for ten years prior to receiving her doctoral degree in mathematics education from Montclair State University. She teaches mathematics methods courses for undergraduate preservice teachers across all grade levels, graduate mathematics education courses, and an action research course. She is interested in the teaching and learning of mathematics for understanding with her projects focusing on classroom discourse, preservice teacher education, teacher self-efficacy, teacher knowledge, elementary-level textbook analysis, and the development of university-high school collaborations.
J. Matt Switzer is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education in the Andrews Institute of Mathematics and Science Education at Texas Christian University. His research interests include early algebra, algebraic thinking, problem solving, student generalizations and meaning making and symbolization in mathematics.