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Kimberly Hartweg, Professor - Department of Mathematics, Western Illinois University

Dr. Kimberly Hartweg is currently a Professor of Mathematics at Western Illinois University. Her experience includes teaching K-8 mathematics, serving as an elementary principal, and teaching courses in the Department of Mathematics from general education and methods courses to upper division and graduate courses for pre-service and in-service elementary/middle school mathematics teachers. These different perspectives allow her to share tested textbook methodologies, teaching strategies, and student responses as she regularly presents at national, state, and local meetings, and engages in professional consulting activities. Dr. Hartweg has numerous publications in the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics’ (NCTM) Teaching Children Mathematics and Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School journals as well as the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics’ (NCSM) Monograph Series, the Research Council on Mathematics Learning’s Intersection Points, and the Illinois Mathematics Teacher. Her current research interests include improving mathematics instruction, increasing student achievement, integrating current educational technologies, and STEM education.