Rich Busi is an Assistant Professor in the department of Mathematics and Statistics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg VA, specializing in mathematics education. His scholarly interests focus on the development of prospective teachers’ content knowledge, including numbers, operations, and fractions, and the development of prospective teachers’ beliefs, including mindsets. His work strives to holistically approach the development of mathematical content knowledge and beliefs in order to help prospective teachers prepare to teach mathematics effectively in K-12 classrooms. 

Tim Jacobbe is an Associate Professor and Mathematics Education Coordinator in the School of Teaching and Learning at the University of Florida in Gainesville FL. His scholarly interests focus particularly within the field of statistics education. His current research involves the assessment of statistical concepts and the development of resources to impact the way teachers and undergraduate students learn content. Tim is the principal investigator on the NSF-funded LOCUS project aimed at understanding and improving statistics teaching and learning across the united states