Jayne Lynch is an adjunct faculty member in the Graduate School of Education.
Professional Title: Adjunct Professor
Areas of Academic Focus and Expertise: Math curriculum and instruction and assessment
Area of Work and Concentration at Lesley: Teaching online and face to face, both methods and content courses
Representative List of Recent Courses Taught: Geometry and Measurement; Assessment Summative and Formative; Number and Operations; Teaching Elementary School Mathematics; Learning Mathematics in Early Childhood
Education: BA, Lesley University; MEd Lesley University
Representative List of Recent Publications / Exhibitions: Presentation
NCSM, New Orleans 2014, Supporting Teachers Differentiating Instruction, Grades K-5 Publication Coauthored a book with Linda Dacey and Rebecca Salemi: How to Differentiate Your Math Instruction, Grades k-5:Lessons, Ideas, and Video for Common Core Support.
Jayne Lynch is a District Math Instructional Coach in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she spends most of her days in elementary through high school classrooms supporting coaches, teachers, and students. She presents workshops for teachers, administrators, and parents on a multitude of topics related to math education. She is also a National Faculty member of the School of Education at Lesley Education, where she has taught for over 27 years. Her passion for mathematics stems from her love of numbers and how connecting to and understanding numbers helps her to make sense of the universe.
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