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Marcie Abramson

Marcie Abramson’s passion for teaching mathematics is contagious and has made her increasingly sought-after as a consultant and workshop and conference presenter. With over 25 years of teaching middle school mathematics, Marcie is a clinical professor at Brandeis University, teaching Elementary School Curriculum and Teaching: Mathematics, and an adjunct faculty member at Lesley University where she teaches and coaches teachers. She also taught at Boston University's Upward Bound program for 15 summers.

Marcie is the author of Painless Math Word Problems (Barron’s, 2010, 2001) and a co-author of Mathematics: Exploring Your World (Silver Burdett and Ginn, 1990), Math Extra: The Sum Times (DLM Teaching Resources, 1988), Amazing Facts and Real Problems:  Decks I and II (Creative Publications, 1988), and Trivia Math: A Problem a Day (Creative Publications, 1986).

She has presented throughout the U.S. at regional conferences and annual meetings of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). Her most recent workshops have focused on Differentiated Instruction in the Math Class. Marcie was inducted into the MA Mathematics  Teacher Hall of Fame in 2018.

Marcie is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Boston University where she earned an Ed.M. in Mathematics Education.