Dr. David Stout

  • Position:  Associate Professor
  • Department:  Teacher Education and Educational Leadership
  • Office Location:  Building 85, Room 181
  • Campus: (850) 474-2284


Dr. David Stout, an Associate Professor in the College of Education and Professional Studies, has authored or co-authored several articles and books on various aspects of teaching mathematics and science in elementary/middle school.

Stout also has presented workshops on teaching mathematics to teachers from elementary, middle level, and secondary schools.

He graduated with a PhD. in Mathematics Education from The Ohio State University. He has a M.A. in Applied Mathematics from UWF and a B.A. in Mathematics Education and Russian from Ball State University. Stout taught at Woodham High School in Pensacola before he went to graduate school.

Degrees & Institutions:

Stout received a bachelor's degree in Mathematics Education and Russian from Ball State University. He went on to earn a master's degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of West Florida and a doctorate degree in Mathematics Education for Ohio State University.


  • Mathematics concepts learning

Current Courses:

  • Research Practicum
  • Action Research 

Classes Taught:

    • Research Practicum
    • Action Research 

Keywords: teaching science in elementary school, teaching math to grades 3-5, teaching middle school math, FloridaLearns Academy Math Experts Project