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Kremen School of Education and Human Development

Carol Fry Bohlin


Curriculum and Instruction | 559.278.0237 | Office: ED 250


  • Ph.D. (Mathematics Education, Cognitive Neuroscience); The Ohio State University; September 1987 (Dissertation: Eye Fixation Patterns in the Solution of Mathematics Word Problems by Young Adults: Relation to Cognitive Style and Spatial Visualization Ability)
  • M.H.D.L. (Mathematics Education, Counseling); University of North Carolina, Charlotte; May 1982
  • A.B.Ed. (Mathematics and Science Education); University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; December 1979

Courses Taught

  • Advanced Curriculum Theory and Analysis
  • Current Issues and Trends in Mathematics Education
  • Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I & II
  • Number Concepts in School Mathematics
  • Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School (K-8)
  • Teaching Secondary School Mathematics
  • Precollege Mathematics I & II
  • College Algebra
  • Initial and Final Student Teaching (K-6)
  • Student Teaching in Secondary School (Mathematics)
  • Advanced Topics in Curriculum and Instruction (C&I)
  • Project (M.A. in Education­–C&I; M.A. in Teaching; M.S. in Mathematics)
  • Thesis (M.A. in Education, C&I)
  • Dissertation (Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership at Fresno State)