Juli K. Dixon, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics Education; Elementary, Middle, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Mathematics Education

Juli Dixon, Ph.D., is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Dixon focuses on improving teachers’ mathematics knowledge for teaching so they support their students to communicate and justify mathematical ideas. She is a prolific writer who has published numerous books, textbooks, and articles. Dr. Dixon delivers keynotes and other presentations throughout North America. She is co-author of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s GO Math! K–8, and AGA and Integrated Mathematics for high school students. She is also co-author of the Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching book and video series. Especially important to Dr. Dixon is the need to teach each and every student. She often shares her personal story of supporting her own children with special needs to learn mathematics in an inclusive setting. Dr. Dixon published A Stroke of Luck: A Girl’s Second Chance at Life with her daughter, Jessica Dixon.

Juli Dixon, Ph.D., is a professor of mathematics education at the University of Central Florida. Dr. Dixon focuses on improving teachers’ mathematics knowledge for teaching so they support their students to communicate and justify mathematical ideas. She is a prolific writer who has published numerous books, textbooks, and articles. Dr. Dixon delivers keynotes and other presentations throughout North America. She is co-author of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s GO Math! K–8, and AGA and Integrated Mathematics for high school students. She is also co-author of the Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching book and video series. Especially important to Dr. Dixon is the need to teach each and every student. She often shares her personal story of supporting her own children with special needs to learn mathematics in an inclusive setting. Dr. Dixon published A Stroke of Luck: A Girl’s Second Chance at Life with her daughter, Jessica Dixon.

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Juli K. Dixon, Ph.D.
Professor of Mathematics Education; Elementary, Middle, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Mathematics Education
November 25, 2018