Dan Teague has been an Instructor of Mathematics at the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics since 1982. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Masters of Education from Springfield College, and his Ph.D. in Mathematics Education from North Carolina State University. He has strong interests in mathematical modeling and mathematics reform, statistics education, and mathematics education in Japan, particularly lesson study.
Dr. Teague has served on the Mathematical Sciences Education Board, two terms on the U.S. National Commission on Mathematics Education, on the NRC’s Committee on Programs for Advanced Study of Math and Science in American High Schools, as the technology consultant for the NCTM Secondary Level Standards Addenda Projects, and as a member of NCTM's Commission of the Future of the Standards. Dan served on the AP Statistics Test Development Committee and currently serves on the Mathematical Sciences Academic Advisory Committee at the College Board. He has been the MAA Governor-at-Large for Secondary Teachers and helped organize and has chaired the MAA Special Interest Group on Teaching Advanced High School Mathematic (SIGMAA TAHSM).
He has been recognized with the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics Teaching, the Edith May Sliffe Award for Excellence in Secondary Mathematics Teaching, and the Tandy Technology Scholar Outstanding Teacher Award, and the Distinguished Educator and Mentor Award by the College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences at North Carolina State University. For ten years, Dr. Teague was the section editor of “Everybody's Problems” for COMAP's Consortium. He is co-author of the texts Contemporary Precalculus Through Applications and Contemporary Calculus Through Applications.
His website: http://courses.ncssm.edu/math/Faculty/D_Teague.html