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Tuiren A. Bratina
Associate Professor of Mathematics Education, Division of Curriculum and Instruction
University of North Florida

Tuiren Bratina came to UNF in 1993, after retiring from active duty as a professor of mathematical sciences from the United States Air Force Academy. She received her PhD in mathematics education from Florida State University in 1983. She has taught sixth-grade through college-level mathematics courses.

Bratina teaches mathematics methods, assessment, and middle school philosophy/curriculum courses. She also supervises interns and works with middle and secondary school students in Northeast Florida schools. She is the director of the Florida Institute of Education's Northeast Florida PreCollegiate Program.

In her courses, Bratina creates lessons that blend the use of animated graphics, computer spreadsheets, graphing calculators, Flash technology, CGI-forms, audio/video clips, electronic communications, synchronous and asynchronous courseware, JavaScript scripts, and other learning objects with field experiences and face-to-face "traditional" instructional tools and techniques.

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// Technology Source Articles
  • Preparing Teachers To Use Learning Objects
    // Faculty and Staff Development, November/December 2002