Kayla Myers, PhD

Dr. Kayla Myers is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Early Childhood through Secondary Education at the University of West Georgia. Her scholarly interests include elementary mathematics teacher education and qualitative methodologies, specifically teachers’ pedagogical beliefs and how they are conceptualized and studied as well as equitable elementary mathematics education and how early experiences and histories with mathematics shape in-service teachers. Some recent publications can be found in the Journal of Teacher Education, Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, Mathematics Teacher Educator, Investigations in Mathematics Learning, Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal, PDS Partners: Bridging Research to Practice, Teacher Development, Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, and International Review of Qualitative Research. She teaches both pre-service and in-service elementary teachers about mathematics education content and pedagogies, educational research, and equitable assessment practices. She has taught multiple elementary mathematics methods and content courses for undergraduates; elementary mathematics methods in DLI settings, data for diverse learners, and educational research methods for graduate students; as well as many field-based internship courses for mathematics endorsement candidates. 

  • BS Ed., Early Childhood and Special Education, Georgia State University, 2009
  • M.Ed., Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Georgia State University, 2011
  • Ph.D., Early Childhood and Elementary Education, Georgia State University, 2019

Fall 2024 Sections

Summer 2024 Sections

Spring 2024 Sections

Fall 2023 Sections

Summer 2023 Sections

Spring 2023 Sections

Fall 2022 Sections

Summer 2022 Sections