James Drimalla is a postdoctoral research associate investigating how artificial intelligence can be used to support teachers and advance instruction. His personal research focuses on philosophical questions related to mathematics education, collective argumentation in mathematics classrooms, and students' understanding of the meaning of mathematical concepts.
In addition to his research, Drimalla taught at high schools in Louisville, KY and Chicago, IL and has taught elementary and middle school students in other settings. He also continues to work as a mathematics teacher educator.
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.S., Loyola University of Chicago
B.A., Trinity International University