Instructor in Mathematics
Office: Classroom Building, 203B
B.A. (Mathematics) 1969, Cornell University
M.A.T. (Mathematics) 1970, Harvard University
Maurice Page is a retiree from the Cambridge Public Schools, where he taught mathematics at Cambridge Rindge & Latin School for 27 years, worked as a math staff developer for four years, and served as K-12 Mathematics Coordinator for six years.
Before working in Cambridge, he taught in an alternative elementary program run by the state and in an alternative middle school collaboration between the Boston Public Schools and the Lincoln Public Schools. He taught math at the Community Learning Center in Cambridge, at the predecessor of Roxbury Community College, and in Harvard and MIT Upward Bound programs. He taught math methods at the MIT Teacher Education Program and at Harvard Graduate School of Education.
He spent nearly a decade working part-time on image evaluation and image science software development at Polaroid. He has worked with the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics on panels on State Testing and TIMMS and has served as a member of the National Board of Advisors for the Private Universe Project in Mathematics. He has also taught math content and methods courses for the Boston Teacher Residency Program.
Since joining the Wheelock math department he has taught EDU 534 and 535, Math 130, 131, and 132, the Seminar for Math Leaders, and the Seminar for Math Majors.