Author: Ana Pasztor
Bio Note: Ana Pasztor is Professor of Computer Science at Florida International University in Miami. She earned her doctorate in mathematics at Darmstadt University, Germany. Presently, she teaches classes in logic, computer ethics, and cognitive science. She has numerous refereed publications in a wide range of areas such as abstract algebra, logics of programming, artificial intelligence, requirement engineering, design, and more recently, the structure of subjective experience, cognitive alignment in women in math and science, and cognitive issues in mathematics education. Her most recent research concerns constructivism as it relates to consciousness studies in cognitive science and pragmatics, as well as the implementation of constructivist principles in the school mathematics classroom. Ana Pasztor is also a Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). She has worked on redefining NLP within the constructivist paradigm in a way that allows her to embody and apply its models in a congruent and consistent way.
Affiliation: School of Computer Science, Florida International University
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
Pasztor A. (2007) Radical constructivism has been viable. On the democratization of math education. Constructivist Foundations 2(2-3): 98–106. http://constructivist.info/2/2-3/098