Darryl Chamberlain

Title
Assistant Professor, College of Arts & Sciences
Email
Department
Department of Mathematics, Science and Technology
College
College of Arts & Sciences

Areas of Expertise

Cognitive Development of Precalculus Concepts
Teaching and Learning with Technologies
Curriculum Development and Task Design
Educational Assessment Construction and Validation
Proof Comprehension and Validation

Darryl Chamberlain


Dr. Darryl Chamberlain serves within the Department of STEM Education. He typically teaches College Algebra and Precalculus courses.

Dr. Chamberlain has taught formally and informally most of his life. As early as 5th grade he voluntarily tutored fellow and upper classmates in math and science. After graduating with a bachelors in mathematics, he returned to his former high school to teach Algebra I and Geometry. Enjoying teaching but not the restrictive environment, he then pursued a Ph.D. in Mathematics and Statistics with a focus on Undergraduate Mathematics Education. He coordinated College Algebra at the University of Florida for a few years before joining ERAU-W in 2021.

He focuses on action research through technology. Specially, his work revolves around designing theoretically- and experimentally-driven open-source educational materials to enhance student learning. Open-source materials are developed to impact low socio-economic students who would have trouble affording paid third-party resources. Precalculus content is developed to provide the largest impact to at-risk students satisfying graduation requirements.

Dr. Chamberlain is actively involved in service to his University and profession. He currently serves as a member of the Mathematics Association of America Committee on Technology in Mathematics Education (MAA CTME) as well as the Program Committee for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Conference (RUMEC). He has served in a variety of college and department committees, including chairing a college-wide Curriculum Committee. He has also served as a Huddle Lead for the Florida College System as part of the Florida Mathematics Re-Design initiative in 2018-2019.

In his free time, he enjoys games of all kinds: sports, board games, video games, puzzles, cards, and anything else that can be turned into a competition. You may find him running through neighborhoods and on walking trails (weather permitting).  


  • Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics and Statistics, Georgia State University
  • B.S. - Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, University of Florida

  • MATH 112: Applied Calculus for Aviation
  • MATH 106: Basic Algebra & Trigonometry
  • MATH 111: Pre-calculus for Aviation