Mathematics

Professional Learning Communities in STEM Teaching (Britton, Fulton)

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Kathleen Fulton
Ted Britton
Year: 
2009
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Professional Learning Communities in STEM Teaching
Kathleen Fulton, National Commission on Teaching and America’s Future; Ted Britton, WestEd

In this session, participants discuss knowledge synthesis in process regarding STEM teachers’ participation in professional learning communities: What have we learned and what are the implications for other NSF projects?

Establishing and Nurturing Effective Partnerships among University Faculty, Public School Administrators, and Classroom Teachers (Boger, Davis, Liles)

Presenter(s): 
David Boger
Jane Davis
Robin Guill Liles
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2009
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Content Mentoring of Middle Grades Math and Science Teachers and Its Impact on Teaching Efficacy: Establishing and Nurturing Effective Partnerships among University Faculty, Public School Administrators, and Classroom Teachers
David Boger, Jane Davis, and Robin Guill Liles, North Carolina A&T State University

This session describes one NSF experimental study’s strategies used to establish and nurture successful,interdisciplinary partnerships among university faculty, public school administrators,and classroom teachers.

Unpacking Core Teaching Practices in Elementary Mathematics to Support Teacher Learning and Assessment (Boerst, Moss, Blunk)

Presenter(s): 
Timothy Boerst
Pamela Moss
Merrie Blunk
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2009
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Unpacking Core Teaching Practices in Elementary Mathematics to Support Teacher Learning and Assessment
Timothy Boerst, Pamela Moss, and Merrie Blunk, University of Michigan

In this session, participants explore analytical language developed to “unpack” core practices in mathematics teaching (e.g., leading discussion) when guiding teacher learning and supporting assessment across contexts.

STEMEd Caucus Steering Committee

Our knowledge-based economy is driven by constant innovation. The foundation of innovation lies in a dynamic, motivated and well-educated workforce equipped with STEM skills. However, the nature of our workforce and the needs of our industries have changed over time. Today, an understanding of scientific and mathematical principles, a working knowledge of computer hardware and software, and the problem solving skills developed by courses in STEM are necessary for most jobs. Therefore, STEM education is an enormous and pressing need.

Business Higher Education Forum – STEM Research and Modeling Network (BHEF)

The STEM Research and Modeling Network (SRMN) is an open innovation network hosted by the Business-Higher Education Forum (BHEF) and dedicated to advancing the development and use of the U.S. STEM Education Model, a system dynamics model developed by the Raytheon Company, and similar complementary tools. Raytheon has gifted the model to BHEF, which is making the model available in open source to the public to help increase the number of students who pursue majors and careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – the disciplines collectively known as STEM. 

National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) – NCTM affiliate

The National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM) is a mathematics leadership organization for educational leaders that provides professional learning opportunities necessary to support and sustain improved student achievement.

NCSM envisions a professional and diverse learning community of educational leaders that ensures every student in every classroom has access to effective mathematics teachers, relevant curricula, culturally responsive pedagogy, and current technology.

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Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) – NCTM affiliate

AMTE is the largest professional organization devoted to the improvement of mathematics teacher education—it includes over 1000 members devoted to the preservice education and professional development of K-12 teachers of mathematics.

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2010 PME-NA Annual Conference

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Thu, 10/28/2010 - 2:00pm to Sun, 10/31/2010 - 11:00am
Associated Dates and Deadlines: 
February 15, 2010 - Paper Submission Deadline
February 15, 2010 - Poster Submission Deadline
March 15, 2010 - Working Group Submission Deadline

You are cordially invited to participate in the thirty-second Annual Conference of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME-NA), to be held in Columbus, Ohio in October 28 to 31, 2010. The conference is sponsored by the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University. The conference provides a forum for the exchange of research information on the psychology of mathematics education. English is the official language.

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