Kevin Waterman is a STEM education expert and educational innovator. An experienced project director and instructional designer, he leads education R&D initiatives that support teachers in improving students’ learning and achievement. Currently, he is designing tools and curricula to help teachers foster students’ data literacy and build their computational thinking across disciplines.

Waterman is the co-principal investigator of EDC’s WeatherX project, which is helping rural students gain data literacy skills. He is also co-leading an initiative to integrate computational thinking into EDC’s award-winning Insights elementary science curriculum. Previously, he contributed to the Broadening Participation in Computer Science initiative.

Waterman co-authored the book Linear Algebra and Geometry (American Mathematical Society) and was a core writer of CME Project, a four-year comprehensive high school mathematics program. Before joining EDC, he was the director of product marketing for HighPoint Systems and principal systems engineer for Lotus Development Corp., working on knowledge management, news management, and computer-based training systems.

Waterman holds a BA in Mathematics from Trinity College and an MAT in Mathematics Education from Boston University.