Irving Lubliner, Professor
Department of Mathematics
1250 Siskiyou Blvd.
Ashland, OR 97520
M.A.T. 1988 Mathematics, University of California, Davis
B.S. 1974, Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley
Fall, 2006: Math 211, Math 481, ED 558
Winter, 2007: Math 213, ED 558, plus supervision of student teachers
Spring, 2007: Math 211, Math 481, plus supervision of student teachers
"Increasing Student Math Achievement", Bureau of Education & Research, 1994.
"Strengthening Your Math Students' Achievement", Bureau of Education & Research, 2001.
"Practical Strategies for Strengthening Your Students' Learning of Algebra Concepts", Bureau of Education & Research, 2004.
Audio seminar titled "Strengthening Your Math Students' Achievement", is marketed nationwide by Bureau of Education & Research.
Articles have appeared in The Communicator (journal of the California Mathematics Council), The Oregon Mathematics Teacher (journal of the Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics), and Wonderful Ideas (a newsletter for mathematics educators).
Contributed to workbooks developed by the Santa Cruz Mathematics Academy for use at Santa Cruz and Watsonville (California) High Schools.
Pre-service training of K-12 teachers
In-service training for current teachers
Puzzles, Games, and Recreational Mathematics
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Oregon Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Teachers of Teachers of Mathematics
Bureau of Education & Research
Music (blues harmonica, piano), cinema, theater, travel, hiking, table tennis
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