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Education, Honors & Awards
University of Campinas
Doctoral, Mathematics Education, University of Campinas (2018) (2018)
Mathematics Education Association: Mathematics Education Colombian society (ASOCOLME)- Colombia Mathematics Education Brazilian Society (SBEM)- Brazil Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) - Greece Social Pedagogy Association- Mexico Inter-American Teacher Education Network- USA International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME)-Europe Red Latinoamericana de Etnomatemática (RELAET)- Latinamerican red Mathematics Colombian Society (SCM)-Colombia
During my participation in national and international events, I have contributed in different fields. Initially, in the didactics of geometry, through the theses developed on learning concepts of area and perimeter of the circle, the calculation of areas as a significant support for algebraic factorization, and the development of concepts of rotation and translation with videogames for students with Special Educational Needs. Currently, I work in the field of mathematics education, with training of teachers developing projects that contribute to the development of the field of training of future mathematics teachers.
Jenny Acevedo Rincon is an esteemed Professor of Mathematics at the Industrial University of Santander where she brings a genuine love for education to her role. She holds her Doctoral in Mathematics Education from the University of Campinas and is a member of the Mathematics Association in Brasil, Colombia, Mexico, USA, Europe and Greece. A dynamic public speaker, Jenny speaks frequently at conferences in different countries on mathematics, future professors and strategies for education inclusion. She has also been published in articles, books and web pages for her writing on strategies for mathematics lectures for professors. Moving forward, Jenny plans to continue doing her mathematics professor development courses and to apply her core values of consistency, persistence, and dedication in all that she does. When not engaged with work, she enjoy travel and swimming.