Professor Profiles


Florence Glanfield

Vice-Provost (Indigenous Programming and Research) & Professor


Secondary Education

About Me

Dr. Glanfield is currently Vice-Provost (Indigenous Programming and Research), Chair and a Professor in the department. She is an Adjunct professor in the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan, and an Affiliated Faculty member with the Centre for Research for Teacher Education and Development at the University of Alberta. She earned her PhD in 2003 from the department studying mathematics teacher understanding.


Primary Research Interests:
Mathematics Teacher Education, Aboriginal perspectives, teacher education, relational research


Courses Taught

2010 – 2011
EDSE 539 Research Issues in Teaching and Learning Mathematics
EDSE 501 Developing a Pedagogy & Identity in Relation to Teacher Education
EDSE 501 Towards a Curriculum of Community

2009 – 2010
EDSE 540 Secondary Mathematics Education: Examining Tasks, Curricula and Programs
EDSE 437 Curriculum & Teaching in Secondary School Mathematics I
EDSE 451 Integrating Theory & Classroom Practice in the APT
EDSE 501 Towards a Curriculum of Community
EDSE 501 Curriculum Leadership and Mathematics Education