Allison McCulloch is a professor of mathematics education in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She earned her Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from Rutgers University after serving as a middle and high school mathematics teacher in Texas and California for twelve years. She teaches undergraduate mathematics methods and content courses as well as graduate courses in mathematics education.
She has been an editorial panel member for the Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, a long time AMTE member, and she served as president-elect, president, and past-president of the North Carolina chapter of AMTE (AMTE-NC). She has also served as a reviewer for various mathematics education journals. Her research focuses on understanding the development of students’ mathematical understandings in technology-mediated learning environments and preparing prospective and practicing teachers to incorporate technology in instruction in mathematically meaningful and equitable ways.