Ed.D, Human Development, and Education, Harvard University, 2016
Ed.M., Mind, Brain, Education, Harvard University, 2009
B.S., Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh, 2003
B.A., Philosophy, University of Pittsburgh, 2003
Courtney’s research sits at the intersection of numerical cognition, mathematics learning, and education. Her research interests include the development of symbolic number processing, algebra learning, and issues in Educational Neuroscience. Her primary work focuses on adolescents’ symbol processing of digits and literal symbols (e.g., x) in numerical and mathematical contexts.