Lynzi Stralek

Clinical Assistant Professor
TEMPE Campus


Lynzi Stralek earned her bachelor’s degrees from Oregon State University in human development and family sciences and, speech communication. She received her master’s degree in elementary education and her doctoral degree in educational leadership from Northern Arizona University. Her research is dedicated to examining political agendas embedded in education, and her research interests include innovative mathematical practices and methods and, the impacts of behavior, environment, and relationships on student academic experiences.

Dr. Stralek’s involvement in education has been devoted to Title I schools with an emphasis on middle school mathematics, leadership, and instructional coaching. She is dedicated to helping future teachers understand the significance of student investment, innovative instructional strategies, and the demand for equity in education.


Fall 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
SED 322Classroom Leadership/Sec Schls
RDG 413Lang Literacy 2 in Elem Schls
EED 478Student Teaching: EED 1-8
Spring 2019
Course NumberCourse Title
EED 537Math Methods & Assessment
Fall 2018
Course NumberCourse Title
MTE 281Inves Space: Geom, Meas & Vis
ECS 412Math Curriculum/Instrctn/As