Lorelei Coddington has served in numerous roles such as classroom teacher, researcher, and curriculum consultant, which have enabled her to support teacher development through coursework taught at Biola University, Claremont Graduate University and Whittier College. She received her Doctor of Education from Claremont Graduate University in 2014. Coddington’s research examines teacher knowledge, reflection and videos in professional development. This fall, her book, “Teaching Outside the Box: Technology-Infused Math Instruction,” will be published with Kendall/Hunt.
- Co-chair of Liberal Studies — Biola University
- American Educational Research Association
- California Council on Teacher Education
- California Reading Association
- Pi Lambda Theta International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education
- "Teachers’ Perspectives on Personal Video Reflection During Professional Development." Coddington, L.R., Teaching and Teacher Education.
- Teaching outside the box: Technology infused math instruction, Dickenson, P., & Coddington, L.,(KendellHunt Publishing Co., 2018).
- "Mathematical approaches and strategies," Coddington, L. R., in P. Dickenson, P. Keough, & J. Courduff (Eds.), Preparing pre-service teachers for the inclusive classroom (145-169), 2017.
- "Creating partnerships between teachers & undergraduates interested in secondary math and science education," Swanson, L. H., & Coddington, L. R., Teaching & Teacher Education vol. 59 (285-294), 2016.
- "An investigation of teachers’ noticing, cognitive demand, and mathematical knowledge for teaching: Video reflections in an elementary mathematics context," Coddington, L. R., Claremont Graduate University Theses and Dissertations, 2014.
- Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, Toronto, Canada. Presented on "How working with prospective teachers highlights mentors’ views on lesson planning." April, 2019.
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Diego, Calif. Presented on "Teaching outside the box: Leveraging open-ended tasks with technology."
- Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Association, San Antonio, Texas. Presented on "Teachers’ perspectives on using video-recorded lessons during professional development." April, 2017
- Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, Ill. Presented on "An investigation of teachers’ mathematical knowledge for teaching and cognitive demand within professional development." April, 2015.
- The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Meeting & Exposition, New Orleans, La. Presented on "Early algebraic reasoning and misconceptions of the equal sign." April 2014. National Association for Research in Science
- Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA. Presented on "Creating partnerships between teachers & undergraduates interested in secondary math & science." April, 2014.
- Teaching Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, Pa. Presented on "Investigating ways prospective and practicing science teachers co-plan and co-implement curricular reform." March, 2014.
- Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators 18th Annual Conference, Irvine, Calif. Presented on "Watching ourselves and our colleagues: Understanding the role of local video in the context of professional development." February, 2014.
- Annual Mathematics Conference, Palm Springs, Calif. Presented on "Listening to students’ voices = algebraic reasoning success." November, 2013.
- Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, Calif. Presented on "Quantitative models as tools for unpacking student thinking." April, 2013.
- Teaching and learning contexts
- Teacher cognition and identity — teacher knowledge, reflection and practice
- Innovative designs for preservice teacher education and teacher professional development