Clements, Douglas H, Ph.D.


Professor, Kennedy Endowed Chair in Early Childhood Learning, and Director

Curriculum and Instruction, Kennedy Institute for Educational Success, and Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy
Professor, Kennedy Endowed Chair in Early Childhood Learning, and Director

Douglas.Clements@du.edu

303-871-3983, KRH 154

Dr. Clements received his PhD from the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. Previously a preschool and kindergarten teacher, he has conducted funded research and published over 500 articles and books in the areas of the learning and teaching of early mathematics and computer applications in mathematics education. Dr. Clements was a member of President Bush's National Math Advisory Panel, the National Research Council’s Committee on Early Mathematics the Common Core State Standards committee and a coauthor of their reports.  His research interests include creating, using and evaluating research-based curricula, taking successful curricula to scale using technologies, and learning trajectories in standards, assessment, curriculum and professional development. Portfolio

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