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Kelly Jackson

Kelly Jackson has been teaching at Camden County College since 1988. She holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Franklin and Marshall College, an M.A. in Community College Teaching/Mathematics from Rowan University, and an M.A. in Measurement, Statistics, and Evaluation from the University of Delaware. Her doctoral work in Educational Leadership at Rowan University culminated in a dissertation on Math Anxiety and Attitudes in Pre-Service Elementary Teachers. She was awarded the Lindback Distinguished Teaching Award in 2002 and was a fellow in Princeton University’s Mid-Career Fellowship program in 2013-14. She has authored and co-authored several workbooks, ancillary materials, and digital content for developmental mathematics. Jackson speaks regularly at conferences on the topics of: working with students with hearing loss, math study skills, active learning, and math attitudes and anxiety. She is fluent in ASL.