Luke Reinke

Luke Reinke
Reading and Elementary Education
Assistant Professor
COED 378

Dr Luke T Reinke serves as Assistant Professor of mathematics education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.  His primary teaching responsibilities involve teaching mathematics methods courses for elementary school teacher candidates.  Dr Reinke's research is centered around mathematics curriculum.  He is particularly interested in how contextualized problems are used to develop students' mathematical understanding and how teachers implement curriculum materials in the classroom. 

Research Interests:
Mathematics curriculum
Use of contextualized problems in mathematics instruction
Teachers' use of mathematics curriculum

Ph.D.- University of Pennsylvania, 2015, Teaching, Learning and Curriculum (Math Ed specialization)
M.A.T - Duke University 2005, Mathematics and Physics Education
B.S.E - Duke University 2001, Biomedical Engineering

Introduction to Teaching Mathematics
Instructional Design and Technology Integration with Elementary School Learners

Selected Publications:
Reinke, L.T. (2019) Toward an Analytical Framework for Contextual Problem-based Mathematics Instruction. Mathematical Thinking and Learning. Advance online publication.
Reinke, L.T. (2019) Contextual problems as conceptual anchors. Research in Mathematics Education. Advance online publication
Remillard, J.T., & Reinke, L. T. (2017) Mathematics Curriculum in the United States: New Challenges and Opportunities. In D. R. Thompson, M. A. Huntley, and C. Suurtamm (Eds.), International Perspectives on Mathematics Curriculum. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing