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Category: Mathematics Education PhD

STEM Reasoning Development leads to Communication and Use of Representations

Doctoral Student and Faculty Publish Paper

Instructional Perseverance in Early-Childhood Classrooms: Supporting Children’s Development of STEM Reasoning in a Social Justice Context


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Ward, DiNapoli, & Monahan's presentation at NCTM 2021

Doctoral student presents at national conference

The presentation described the intentional actions that teachers can take to persevere in their instruction to better support mathematics learning opportunities for young children.

Pomponio, Akuom and Greenstein after their presentation at the pmena conference

Doctoral students present at Psychology of Mathematics Education – North America conference

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Grad students present on mathematical modeling education

Akuom and Greenstein after their presentation at the pmena conference

Presentation at the Psychology of Mathematics Education International Conference

Students' Reorganizations of Varitational, Covariational, and Multivariational Reasoning

Doctoral Students Present at International Conference

Their presentation focused on their work with the ACMES project

Conceptualizing Instructional Perseverance in Early-Childhood Mathematics Settings researchers

Doc Student Presents at Conference about Early-Childhood Mathematics Instruction

A Drawn2Math Task and Feedback

Paper published about digital sketching application

Building Informal Statistical Inference about Correlation

Doctoral Students Present at Statistics Education conference

Their presentation was titled “Building Informal Statistical Inference about Correlation”

Analyzing Teacher Learning in a Community of Practice Centered On Video Cases of Mathematics Teaching

AIM-TRU presents at Psychology of Mathematics Education conference

The team was led by doctoral student Youngjun Kim and recent doctoral program graduate Dr. Victoria Bonaccorso

Matthew Dalzell's Comparing Cognitive Demand in Popular and Specialized Textbooks

Comparing Cognitive Demand in Popular and Specialized Textbooks

Matthew Dalzell, a doctoral student in the Mathematics Education program, presented his research at the Southern Georgia Mathematics Conference in April 2021