After teaching high school mathematics and computer science at a public high school outside of Boston, MA, I pursued (and received!) my PhD at the Wheelock College of Education and Human Development at Boston University. I was the first graduate of the school's PhD in Educational Studies. 
Currently, I am an Assistant Professor of the Practice at Vanderbilt University. It is an honor and a delight to be a part of a team that prepares undergraduates and masters students to be thoughtful teachers. I spend most of my time with the math teachers! I also work with some of the university's student dancers.

Let's Talk About Math
While I was teaching, I kept a blog in which I reflected on my practice. It has not been updated in many a moon, but it is there!

Lots of my old high school teaching materials can be found here.
Boston University
Courses that I've taught include teaching methods courses and content courses for pre-service and in-service math teachers and introduction to research methods for education students. 

Vanderbilt University
I coordinate the secondary math teacher training track.