Sarah B. Bush, Ph.D.
Sarah Bush, Ph.D., (email) is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education. She earned her doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Mathematics Education from the University of Louisville. Her research focuses on students’ misconceptions in the learning of algebra and role of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics. She is author of several publications including Unfolding the Solution of Linear Systems in the Mathematics Teacher, an upcoming article on financial literacy entitled Invest in Financial Literacy! in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, and an upcoming article based on the mathematics behind the adolescent literature series The Hunger Games entitled Hunger Games: What are the Chances? in Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School. She serves on the Executive Board of the Greater Louisville Council of Teachers of Mathematics as membership co-chair and president-elect. Additionally, she has been appointed program chairperson for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Meeting to be held in Louisville, KY in 2013. At Bellarmine, she teaches methods of teaching mathematics to pre-service elementary, middle, and secondary teachers and supervises middle and secondary mathematics student teachers.