Parveen J. Ali, DEd

  • Associate Professor

    Pratt Hall, Room 213

    pali@iup.edu

    Education

    • DEd Curriculum and Instruction, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    • MS Physics , Marquette University
    • BS Physics (Major), Mathematics and Chemistry (Minors), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

    Research Interests

    Math education, non-cognitive factors that affect math learning, diversity and religion

    Journal Publications

    Ali, P. (2014). Assessing developmental students’ number sense: A case study.  NADE Digest, 8(1), 6-13.

    Ali, P., Ali, S. & Waleed, F. (2014). An instrument to measure math attitude of computer science students. International Journal of Information and Education Technology, 4(9), 459-462.

    Ali, P. & Ali, S. (2012).  Questioning the template: Bangladeshi Muslim Americans. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 12 (1), 23-35.      

    Ali, P. and Dawkins, S. (2011).  Math attitude and performance in college.  Academic Exchange Quarterly, 15(2), 75-81.

    Ali, P. (2010).  Promoting awareness about Islam in public schools. Pennsylvania Educational Leadership, 30 (1), 43- 48.  

    Ali, P. (2009).  Research productivity trends of women faculty in U.S. institutions: Evidence from NSOPF (93, 99, & 04). International Journal of Diversity in Organiza tions, Communities & Nations, 9(2), 1-15.

    Ali, P. (2009).  Job satisfaction characteristics of higher education faculty by race.  Educational Research and Review, 4(5), 289-300. 

    Purnell, P., Ali, P., Begum, N. and Carter, M. (2007). Windows, bridges and mirrors: Building culturally responsive early childhood classrooms through the integration of literacy and the arts, Early Childhood Education Journal, 34(6), 419-424.

    Ali, P. (2007).  Muslims in American schools: A guide for teachers. Pennsylvania Teachers Educator, 6 (Fall 2007), 10-16.

    Monograph

    Ali, P. (2009). Female faculty experiences in the new millennium: Trends in teaching, research, service, and job satisfaction, 1993-2004, published VDM Verlag, Germany.

    International and National Presentations

    Ali, P (2017). Investigating students’ attitudes in an Emporium designed developmental math course.  A research paper presented at the 50th Annual CRLA Conference, November 1-4, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

    Ali, P (2016).Snapshots of Developmental Math Redesign.  A paper on math redesign presented at the 49th Annual CRLA Conference, November 3-6, Louisville, Kentucky.

    Ali, P (2016). Developmental Math in the 21st Century Classroom. An action research presented in the Sixteen International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities, and Nations, July 27-29. 2016, University of Granada, Granada, Spain.

    Ali, P & Jenkins, M. (2015).  Developmental Students’ Attitudes toward Emporium Model Mathematics Learning. A research paper presented at the poster session of 39th Annual Conference for the National Association for Developmental Education (NADE), February 25-28, Greenville, South Carolina.

    Ali, P. (2013).  Number Sense in Developmental Mathematics Students. National Association for Developmental Education Annual Conference (NADE). Denver, Colorado.

    Ali, P. and Ali, S. (2012). Questioning the template: Bangladeshi Muslim Americans. Diversity in Organizations Communities and Nations Annual International Conference. Vancouver, Canada.

    Dawkins, S. and Ali, P. (2011).  First-year student expectations of college and predictors of success. College Reading & Learning Association (CRLA) Annual Conference. San Diego, California.

    Ali, P. (2011).  Perception of Islam and Muslims among college students Hawaii Annual International Conference on Education. Honolulu, Hawaii.

    Ali, P. (2010).  Job satisfaction among faculty: Does gender play a role? Annual International Conference on Education. Athens, Greece.

    Ali, P. and Dawkins, S. (2010).  Does a student’s attitude toward mathematics affect performance? National Association for Developmental Educators (NADE)  National Conference. Columbus, Ohio.

    Ali, P. (2009).  Research productivity trends of women faculty in U.S. institutions: Evidence from NSOPF (93, 99, & 04). Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations Annual International Conference. Riga, Latvia.

    Ali, P. (2009).  Gender disparity in demographic, employment, and institutional characteristics in the Asian/Pacific Islander postsecondary faculty: Evidence from NSOPF: 04. New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) Annual Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

    Ali, P. (2006).  Why do few women pursue math and science-based careers? New England Educational Research Organization (NEERO) Annual Conference. Portsmouth, New Hampshire.