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Professor of Education (1990)
Office: PPHAC, Room 324
Mathematics methods of instruction.
Dr. Fluck earned undergraduate and masters degrees at East Stroudsburg University (elementary education), and completed her doctorate at Temple University (mathematics education). She coordinates the elementary education program, teaches a course on mathematics in the elementary schools, supervises student teachers, and conducts a seminar on curriculum and instruction for elementary student teachers. In addition she teaches courses in the Master's of Education program in constructivism and assessment in the mathematics classroom. She had seventeen years experience as an elementary and middle school teacher in Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania before joining the Moravian faculty.
Dr. Fluck has presented workshops for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics on a variety of topics. She serves as consultant in area school districts and is on advisory boards for both a local vocational school and a charter school. Dr. Fluck was the recipient of a Pennsylvania Department of Education grant for research on using technology to enhance problem solving, a federal grant for Preparing Tomorrow Teachers to Use Technology, and several National Science Foundation grants for the improvement of mathematics education. She has conducted many summer workshops through Eisenhower grants for area teachers in the teaching of mathematics.