Teacher Education Faculty & Staff
Dr. Kelly M Gomez Johnson
- Assistant Professor
- Teacher Education, Education
- RH 406N
- Tel: 402.554.4140
- Fax: 402.554.3881
- Email: email@example.com
Kelly began her professional career as a high school mathematics teacher. Kelly also served as an Education Academy and Dual Enrollment Instructor while in the high school setting. In 2013, she joined the University of Nebraska at Omaha as a Secondary Instructional Coach for Teacher Education and later transitioned into a STEM Instructor role teaching both undergraduate and graduate coursework. Kelly is currently an Assistant Professor of STEM Education.
Effective Teaching Practices
Methods of Teaching Mathematics
STEM Integration in Today's Classrooms
Data-Driven Decision Making
Research and Creative Interests
Instructional Coaching and Mentoring
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices
Kelly is currently the president of UNO's WiSTEM Pro^2 organization dedicated to the promotion and professional development of women in STEM fields and also serves on the campus-wide OSTEM committee. For the College of Education, Kelly serves as the Dual Enrollment Liaison for 12 Omaha- area high schools partnerships. Kelly serves on the Graduate and Secondary Graduate committees for the Teacher Education Department and is highly engaged with education professionals throughout the Omaha metro area and state on mathematics education and teacher preparation initiatives.
EDD - Educational Leadership - Educational Administration
University of Nebraska -Omaha (Omaha, NE) 2017
MA - Master of Art in Teaching-Mathematics - Mathematics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln,NE) 2011
MS - Secondary Education - Improvement of Instruction
University of Nebraska-Omaha (Omaha,NE) 2007
BS - Secondary Education - Mathematics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Lincoln, NE) 2006
New Investigator Fellow Award Nomination (Scholarship/Research) 2018
Outstanding Student Engagement (Teaching) 2017
UNO Assessment Mini-Grant for TED 2400 Planning for Effective Teaching (Leadership) 2017
NASA Nebraska Space Grant Higher Education Mini-Grant (Service, Community) 2016
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