Halil Ibrahim Tasova is a doctoral student in Mathematics Education at the University of Georgia (UGA). He earned his bachelors' and masters' degree in secondary mathematics education from Marmara University in Turkey. He taught mathematics for five years in a high school in Istanbul. He currently participates (and/or participated) in research, teaching, and curriculum development projects to support pre-service teachers in Mathematics Education Department at UGA and in-service mathematics teachers in Clarke County School District as well as other local teachers in Georgia. He is interested in students’ construction and interpretation of graphs from quantitative and covariational reasoning perspective. He likes listening to music, playing baglama, eating Turkish food, and spending time with his two kids.