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Kimberly Gardner

Educational Innovation

Class of 2021


Kimberly joined Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia, USA, in 2007. Her area of research is statistics and data science education, an interdisciplinary field that focuses on teaching and learning in these disciplines. She conducts research on the cross-disciplinary nature of secondary mathematics and science teachers’ technological and pedagogical content knowledge (TCK and PCK) in applying statistical and data science problem-solving processes. Her research contributes to the field by designing and evaluating research-based professional development models that enhance teaching effectiveness and that foster quality learning environments for all students. In her spare time, Kimberly enjoys practicing tai chi and qigong, camping or visiting the beach and listening to music.

Project: Implementation of the Statistical Problem Solving Process