Dr. Trina Davis i
s an Associate Professor and Director of Glasscock Island in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture at Texas A&M University. She is currently co-principal investigator of the Knowledge for Algebra Teaching for Equity (KATE) Project funded by the National Science Foundation. Davis is Past-President of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), and served on the ISTE Board of Directors from 2004 to 2010 [iste.org].  
Davis was the Director of the eEducation Group at TAMU from 2000-2007, where she led a number of research and development efforts on innovative technology programs. Dr. Davis has presented and published numerous chapters, books, empirical studies and synthesis papers on various aspects of technology in teaching and learning mathematics and broader STEM education, ranging from teaching and learning in 3-D simulations and virtual environments, to large-scale school technology studies in Texas.
In addition, Dr. Davis co-developed an online master's program with an emphasis in STEM teaching and learning for elementary educators. 

Program Affiliations
Technology and Teacher Education; Mathematics Education: | VIEW
Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture: | VIEW
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Center for Digital Education Top 30 Award - Trina Davis

Davis has received several national awards including the 2015 Top 30 Technologists, Transformers, and Trailblazers recognition by the Center for Digital Education, and the Making It Happen achievement award given at the ISTE Conference (iste.org). Dr. Davis continues to champion issues related to digital equity, nationally and internationally.

Dr. Trina J. Davis
Texas A&M University
Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture
4232 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4232

Contact: trinadavis@tamu.edu
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