## Dr Jose A. Toro-Clarke

EdD in Curriculum & Instruction with a Concentration in Mathematics

University of Puerto Rico – Rio Piedras Graduated – 2016

Dissertation

A participative and individualized laboratory: A strategy for increasing student success in college-level math courses

Doctoral student in Industrial Mathematics 1/2009- 7/2009

University of Louisville (U of L) – Kentucky 12 Credits

MA Applied Mathematics

Interamerican University of Puerto Rico – San German

Graduated – 2007

Creative Project

Feynman Graphs from the Point of View of Graph Theory

Profesional Development – Business Administration 2001-2002

University of Puerto Rico-Utuado

BS Bachelor of Science in Mathematics

University of Puerto Rico-Cayey Graduated – 2000

EXPERIENCE

PROFESSOR: 8/2018-Present

College of Central Florida – Ocala (Main Campus) & Citrus Campus

Taught the next list of courses (Full Time Faculty):

Mathematics of Liberal Arts MGF1106

Mathematics Explorations MGF1107

Intermediate Algebra MAT1033

College Algebra MAC1105

Elementary Statistics STAT2023

PROFESSOR: 1/2018-7/2018

Valencia College Poinciana – Kissimmee

Taught the next list of courses (Adjunct Faculty):

Mathematics of Liberal Arts MGF1106

Intermediate Algebra MAT1033

Elementary Statistics STAT2023

PROFESSOR: 08/2007-10/2017

University of Puerto Rico Campuses

Humacao (1/2015 -10/2017 (Part Time – Chair of Math Department*), Arecibo (1/2017 - 10/2017 (Part Time), Utuado (08/2007-12/2007 & 08/2012-7/2014), Bayamon (08/2009-12/2011), and Cayey (01/2012-05/2012)

Taught a variety of courses including Introduction to Mathematics I, Mathematical Fundamentals, Mathematics for Education I, Introduction to Mathematics II, Mathematics for Social Sciences, Quantitative Methods I, Quantitative Methods II, Quantitative Methods III, Pre-calculus I, Pre-calculus II, Mathematics for Healthcare Professionals, Mathematics for Electronics I, Methodology of teaching Mathematics for elementary teachers, Review for the College Board exam, Preparatory Mathematics (Part I – Group Theory & Numeric Groups) and Basic College Mathematics and attending students at tutoring and math laboratory of Introduction to Mathematics.

The administrative duties of the Chair of Mathematics Department (Humacao 8/2017 - 10/2017) include – Member of the Administrative Board (Budgets, Academic calendar, etc.), attend assestment meetings with Middle States Association Review Board, coordinate and convoke departmental faculty meetings. Also work in a variety of committees Activities-Department Webpage and Assessment (Bayamon (08/2009-12/2011)) and “Alianza Paso Fino”-Curriculum Reviewing the Syllabus of Introductorily to Mathematics I, Introductorily to Mathematics II, Pre-calculus I, Quantitative Methods I, Quantitative Methods II, Quantitative Methods III (Utuado (08/2007-12/2007 & 08/2012-7/2014)).

Teaching two cycles (CRECE21 GRANT), first cycle Medical Campus/Utuado (06/2011-07/2012) regular teaching in the second cycle for online courses and the Academic Coordinator of the faculty of Elementary Mathematics (K-6): Teaching Intensive program of Algebra for teachers from the Department of Education, Introductory Mathematics, Pre-calculus I, Pre-calculus II, Calculus I, Introduction to Statistics I, Mathematics for teachers, Methodology of teaching Mathematics for elementary teachers.

PUBLICATION

Toro Clarke, J. A. (2016). A participative and individualized laboratory: A strategy for increasing student success in college level math courses. University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras (Puerto Rico), 2016, 275; 10116943.

Toro Clarke, J. A. (2019). A participative and individualized laboratory: A strategy for increasing student success in college level math courses (p. 581-586). 15th International Conference of the Mathematics Education for the Future Project; Theory and Practice: An Interface or a Great Divide? Maynooth University, Kildare Ireland, 2019, 653; 978-3-95987-111-2.

## Jose A. Toro-Clarke |

Faculty Information |

#### Contact

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jtoroclarke@valenciacollege.edu |

#### Hours

Virtual Hours