Jamalee Stone, Ed.D.
Associate Professor
Mathematics Education
Black Hills State University
  • Ed.D., Educational Studies – Mathematics Education (2009)
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln 
  • M.Ed., Secondary Education (1991)
    Chadron State College
  • B.S., Mathematics, Natural Science (1981)
    Chadron State College
Jamalee (Jami) Stone is an associate professor of mathematics education in the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences at Black Hills State University (BHSU) in Spearfish, SD. Her research interests include equity and mathematics education for American Indian children in reservation schools. She is interested in using service- and project-based learning to empower students to find a purpose in life.
Jami teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in 7-12 Mathematics Methods, Curriculum and Development, Foundations of American Education, Planning, Managing and Assessing the 7-12 Diverse Learner, and Principles and Practices of Middle School.
Prior to earning her ED. D. at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Jami taught 8-12 mathematics in Nebraska for 20 years in Rushville, NE. She was selected for the Presidential Awardee for Math and Science Excellence in 1997 and for the Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellowship in 2003.
Jami is a member of the Mathematics Teacher Education Partnership (MTEP) and a Service, Teaching, and Research (STAR) fellow. Her undergraduate research interests concern co-planning and co-teaching for teacher candidates in their clinical experience. She has co-authored eight articles and a book chapter in the 2017 Annual Perspectives in Mathematics Education for the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.