He also taught one year at the Westminster Schools, grades 9-12, and one year in the Pelican, Alaska, school, grades 6-12.
Johnny is the co-author of several books and has written numerous articles and other essays in the "Arithmetic Teacher", "Teaching Children Mathematics", "The Mathematics Teacher", "School Science and Mathematics", "Student Math Notes", and "Mathematics Education Dialogues". " publications and website developed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) and was project co-director of the State Systemic Initiative for Montana Mathematics and Science (SIMMS) Project.
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From 1992-1997, he directed the NSF-funded Six Through Eight Mathematics (STEM) middle school mathematics curriculum project and is now directing the Middle Grades MATH Thematics Phase II Project. Billstein has published articles in over 20 different journals, and has co-authored over 40 books, including ten editions of A Problem Solving Approach to Mathematics for Elementary Teachers.
He typically does about 25 regional and national presentations per year and has worked in mathematics education at the international level. Dennison Presidential Faculty Award for Distinguished Accomplishment at the University of Montana.
His doctorate is in mathematics education from Georgia State University.
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He has served on many NCTM committees, has been a member of its Board of Directors, and was its president from April 2002-April 2004. Lott was also the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Professor of Mathematics, and Professor of Education at the University of Mississippi.
Additionally, he was on the Steering Committee of the Park City Mathematics Institute, worked with the International Seminar, the Designing and Delivering Professional Development Seminar, and was editor for its high school publications.