Dr. Natasha Ramsay-Jordan was born and raised in the Caribbean country of Guyana. She earned her Doctorate degree from Georgia State University and her Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Ramsay-Jordan has several years of teaching experience in K-12 Mathematics. Her teaching philosophy centers on love and logic, respect, critical empathy, great determination, and personal integrity. Dr. Ramsay-Jordan intentionally guides and supports teachers and students in ways that help them to become educators of a pluralistic community. Her teaching interests include mathematics education and methods, exploring social and cultural perspectives on diversity in education, examining diverse classrooms within a global society, and STEM preparations for K-12 teachers. Her main research interests are the intersection of educational policies and urban education with respect to diverse student learners, especially as these relate to teacher quality and professional development; issues of equity in education; STEM equity, and development grades K-12; and the role of culture in mathematics education and development.
Education / Degrees
- B.S., Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2003
- M.A.T., Masters of Arts Teaching-Mathematics, Kennesaw State University, 2009
- Ed.D., Doctorate Instruction and Curriculum-Mathematics, Georgia State University, 2017