Faculty & Staff
Mark Neill, Ph.D.
Cory A. Bennett, Ph.D.
Amanda Eller, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Office: College of Education/Teacher Education Evergreen B41, CSI Campus
Shu-Yuan Lin, Ph.D.
David Mercaldo, Ph.D.
Esther Ntuli, Ph.D.
Beverly Ray, Ph.D.
Karren D. Streagle, Ph.D.
Emma Wood, M.A.
Phone:(208)282-2976 | (208)282-5188
Office: College of Education Building, 357
Idaho Regional Mathematics Center
Bio - Rhonda has had the pleasure of teaching grades K-6 for 23 years. She has her undergraduate degree in Bilingual Education and a Master’s degree in Adult and Organizational Learning. Along with teaching elementary students, she has spent several years consulting with school districts around Idaho on best practices for teaching English Language Learners. She is an adjunct professor with the College of Education at Great Basin College. Her passion is helping students think more deeply about mathematics and her focus has always been developing a classroom that is rich in cross-curricular experiences and mathematical discourse. She is always in pursuit of different ways to think about mathematics and how to help teachers and students find the joy in math!
Bio - Angie Godfrey received her BS in Education from Brigham Young University- Utah. She has taught grades 1, 5, and 6 in Utah and Idaho for 12 years. As part of her responsibilities, she has been a student-teacher mentor, Lead Teacher, and Elementary Curriculum Director. She has presented numerous presentations and in-service courses, both in mathematics and instructional best practices. Angie also presented for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. She received her Master's Degree specializing in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment.
Bio - Jason has lived in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, England, Oregon, and Idaho. After earning a degree in Statistics from BYU-Utah, Jason realized that he belonged in mathematics education. He then earned his mathematics teaching certificate at ISU and a Master's degree from Grand Canyon University. Jason has developed his sense of a mathematical thinking classroom while teaching middle and high school mathematics classes for the past eleven years. Along with teaching, his duties of Lead Teacher and Curriculum Director had him designing and delivering district trainings on a wide range of topics. When Jason isn't driving through eastern Idaho helping mathematics teachers, you will probably find him on a golf course or spending time with his family.