Rachelle Meyer Rogers, Ed.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor
Curriculum & Instruction
Campus Contact Information
School of Education
One Bear Place #97314
Waco, TX 76798-7314
Office: Marrs McLean Science Building 230
Phone: (254) 710-6069
Email: [email protected]
B.A. Texas Lutheran University, Seguin, Texas
M.Ed. Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas
Ed.D. Baylor University, Waco, Texas
Philosophy of Teaching
My educational philosophy is based on the fact that every child can learn. As educators, it is our responsibility to stay current in the latest research findings as well as engage in active research in the field of education so that we can best meet the needs of ALL children. In addition, learning at all levels should be exciting, engaging, and challenging.
My research interest includes lesson study as a form of professional development. In particular, what impact does lesson study have on teachers' instructional strategies? My research interest also includes action research as a form of professional development and the implementation of instructional strategies to increase understanding in mathematics.
Rogers, R., Rogers, D., & Beauchamp, J. (2015, Summer). Action research stimulates deliberate investigation at professional development school. PDS Partners 11(1), 12-13.
Rogers, R., Cooper, S., Nesmith, S., & Purdum-Cassidy, B. (2015). Ways that preservice teachers integrate children’s literature into mathematics lessons. The Teacher Educator, 50(3), 170-186.
Rogers, R., Cox, H., & Bowden, B. (2015, September). Collaborative Professional Development. Stories from the Field, National Association of Professional Development Schools. Retrieved from NAPDS: Stories from the Field
Purdum-Cassidy, B., Nesmith, S., Meyer, R., & Cooper, S. (2014). What are they asking? An analysis of the questions planned by prospective teachers when integrating literature in mathematics. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 18(1), 79-99.
Rogers, R., Rogers, D., & Rubio, B. (2013, May). Professional development to increase quality field placements. PDS Partners 9(1), 6-7.
Roberston, W., Meyer, R., Wilkerson, T. (2012, December). The mathematics of skateboarding: A relevant application of the 5Es of constructivism. Journal of Education and Learning, 1(2), 32-36.
Meyer, R. & Wilkerson, T. (2011). Lesson study: The impact on teachers’ knowledge for teaching mathematics. In Hart, L.C., Alston, A.S., & Murata, A. (Eds.), Lesson Study Research and Practice in Mathematics Education: Learning Together, Springer Publishing, 25-36.
Meyer, R. & Null, J. W. (2004). Worthy teachers for the schools of Texas: An overview of the history of Southwest Texas State Normal School, 1859-1959, American Educational History Journal, (31)1, 87-94.
Recent Professional Presentations (Refereed):
Rogers, R. & Choins, J. (2016, April). Create New Packaging with Proportionality: Teaching and Extending Dilations. To be presented at the NCTM Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Rogers, R., Choins, J., McClinton, A., & Bray, L. (2016, March). Collaborative Research: A PDS Using Data to Drive Instruction. To be presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
Rogers, R., Cox, H., Seale, S., & Packard, A. (2016, March). The Impact of a Year-Long Interview. To be presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Washington D.C.
McCall, M., Rogers, R., Osborne, L., Gasaway, J., & Cox, H. (2016, March). Implementation of the Co-Teach Model in Secondary Teacher Preparation. To be presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Washington D. C.
Rogers, R. & Rogers, D. (2016, February). Accountability for Controlled Clinical Experiences: Impact on Pre-service Teachers. To be presented at the ATE Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Wilkerson, T., Rogers, R. & Kerschen, K. (2015, November). Real Problem Solving Adventures! Presented at the Regional NCTM Conference, Nashville, TN.
Rogers, R. (2015, August). Collaboration in a clinical setting: Who is accountable? Presented at the ATE Summer Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
Rogers, R., Bowden, B., Cox, H., Seale, S., & Choins, J. (2015, March). Collaborative Research: Do iPads Make a Difference in the Classroom? Presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Cox, H., Rogers, R., Bowden, B., Osborne, L., McCall, M., & Gasaway, J. (2015, March). Co-teaching: Equity in the PDS Classrooms. Presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Bowden, B., Rogers, R., & Cox, H. (2015, March). PDS at Its Best: Ongoing and Reciprocal Professional Development. Presented at the NAPDS Annual Conference, Atlanta, GA.
Rogers, R., Rogers, D., & Trumble, J. (2015, February). Believe It or Not: Interactive Web-Based Case Studies Preparing Teachers. Presented at the ATE Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
Rogers, D. & Rogers, R. (2015, February). CHORD. Presented at the ATE Annual Conference, Phoenix, AZ.
2013-2014 Baylor Fellow
The Association of Teacher Educators 2007 Distinguised Dissertation Award
TED 4336 Teaching Mathematics in the Upper Elementary Grades
TED 4337 Teaching Mathematics in the Middle School Grades
TED 3383 & TED 3384 Secondary Mathematics Practicum Parts I & II
TED 4630 & TED 4631 Internship Middle Grades--Parts I & II
TED 4632 & TED 4633 Internship Middle Grades--Parts II & IV