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Clemmie B. Whatley

Associate Professor of Education

Clemmie B. Whatley

Education

B.S., Clark College, 1971; M.S., Georgia Institute of Technology, 1973; Ed.S., State University of West Georgia, 1999; Ph.D., Emory University, 2003.

Biography

Dr. Clemmie Whatley is an associate professor for the Tift College of Education. She worked in corporate America for 22 years before transitioning to education. Dr. Whatley founded Educational Dynamix, a nonprofit educational firm devoted to provide services and programming that foster education and promote engaging learning for educators and children. She has been consulting in the areas of education leadership, mathematics education, and evaluation for 15 years.  She provides the leadership and direction for Musical Mathematics®, a process of teaching and learning that holds promise in increasing mathematics performance of children. Her expertise is in mathematics education, professional learning, and general K – 12 education. More recently, she has been exploring historical research pertaining to underserved populations.

Teaching

Mathematics Education, Professional Learning, STEM, Historical research of underserved populations.

Publications

Whatley, C. & Bacallao, M. (2011). Culturally Responsive Pedagogy in the Mathematics Classroom.  Chapter in Mathematics for All: Instructional Strategies to Assist Students with Learning Challenges, Olney, MD: Association for Childhood Education International.

Whatley, C. (2006). Musical Mathematics Skip Counting: Instructional Guide for Educators. American Book Company, Woodstock, GA.

Whatley, C. (2006). Musical Mathematics Skip Counting: Instructional Guide for Parent. American Book Company, Woodstock, GA.

Whatley, C. (2007).  Musical Mathematics Skip Counting: Grades K - 2 Activity Book. American Book Company, Woodstock, GA.

Whatley, C. (2007).  Musical Mathematics Skip Counting: Grades 1 – 3 Activity Book. American Book Company, Woodstock, GA.