Jared Neil Webb

Assistant Professor

Jared Neil Webb
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College of Education

Educator Preparation

Ph.D.Educational Studies / University of North Carolina at Greensboro
MEDCurriculum and Instruction / University of North Carolina at Greensboro
B.S.Civil Engineering / North Carolina State University


Ph.D., Educational Studies (Mathematics Education), University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2018 M.Ed., Curriculum & Instruction (Mathematics), University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2011 B.S., Civil Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2000.

Research Interests

My program of research aims to bring together three domains to contribute to the fields efforts of improving mathematics learning for all students: (1) my research focused on investigating mathematics teacher learning, professional development, and the ways in which teachers learning becomes a part of their practice; (2) my research in designing and scaling systems and tools to promote the use of research on mathematics teaching and learning in practice; and (3) my 20-year personal and professional journey to understand issues of racial justice in mathematics education and the ways in which mathematics learning opportunities can be reconceptualized so that students can experience a math education that allows Black learners to flourish in their humanity and brilliance (Martin, 2018).

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Recent Publications

  • Jared Webb, P. Holt Wilson (2022). (Designing opportunities for imaginative practice for mathematics teachers). (2) 10, pp. 129-142. Mathematics Teacher Educator.
  • Jaime Mikeska, Jared Webb, Liza Bondurant, Mingsung Kwon, Lisa Imasiku, Heather Domjan, Heather Howell (2022). ( Using and Adapting Simulated Teaching Experiences to Support Preservice Teacher Learning). In Bull, P., Chunn-Patterson, G. , (Redefining Teacher Education and Teacher Preparation Programs in the Post-COVID-19 Era ) pp. 20. IGI Global.
  • Paola Sztajn, Cyndi Edgington, Peter Wilson, Jared Webb, Myers Marrielle (2019). (Learning Trajectories Based Instruction Project). In Sztajn, P & Wilson, H., (Learning Trajectories for Teachers) pp. 23-67. Teachers College Press & National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
  • Peter Wilson, Paola Sztajn, Cyndi Edgington, Jared Webb, Marrielle Myers, (2017). Changes in Teachers Discourse About Students in a Professional Development on Learning Trajectories. (3) 54, pp. 568-604. American Education Research Journal.
  • Cyndi Edgington, P. Holt Wilson, Paola Sztajn, Jared Webb (2016). (Translating learning trajectories into useable tools for teachers). (1) 5, pp. 65-80. Mathematics Teacher Educator.