Dr. Travis K. Miller is an
Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Indianapolis (UIndy) where he teaches a variety of mathematics courses,
including those for future mathematics teachers, and supervises secondary
mathematics student teachers. He earned his M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics
and his doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in
Mathematics Education from Purdue University. He is a board member of the
Hoosier Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (HAMTE) and currently
chairs the membership committee of the Association of Mathematics Teacher
Educators (AMTE). Dr. Miller’s recent research endeavors focus upon the use of
asynchronous online discussions and personal response systems (clickers) in
mathematics content courses for preservice elementary teachers. His work examines best practices for
implementing these technologies and elements of students’ experiences learning
mathematics via the technological tools.