Upcoming Meetings and
AERA Annual Meeting Program
Relevant Web Sites
- The new winter 2017 newsletter can be found here.
- Congratulations to our new board members: Sarah Lubienski (Co-Chair), Niral Shah (Communications), Nicole Louie (Events), and Katherine Lewis (Electronics)
- Gregory Larnell of the University of Illinois at Chicago was selected as the recipient of the 2016 Early Career Publication Award for his publication, “More than just skill: Examining mathematics identities, racialized narratives, and remediation among Black undergraduates,” which was recently published in Volume 47, Issue 3 (2016) of Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. This award recognizes outstanding mathematics education research published by individuals within six years of receiving their doctoral degrees. Congratulations, Dr. Larnell!
- The Membership Directory is available through the AERA website.
- Check out the new job
postings. Please remember to refresh your browser to make sure you
have the latest job listings. Please email all post requests to: Katherine Lewis.
- The James S. McDonnell Foundation announces a new funding opportunity in 2017 that will fund education research on the science of teaching and expand our understanding of teachers as learners and as agents of change in education. Pre-proposals are due by Wednesday, April 26, 2017.
- Do you have data that could contribute to a meta-analysis of how course innovations have impacted achievement gaps in undergraduate STEM courses? If so, a research group needs your help. See the flyer for more details.
- The II International Conference on Mathematics Textbook Research and Development will be held from May 7-11, 2017 in Brazil. Submissions are now being accepted. See the flyer for more details.
- The 14th International Conference of the Mathematics Education for the Future Project will be held at Balatonfüred, Balaton Lake, Hungary from September 10-15, 2017. For further details and updates please email email@example.com.
- The IAP series, Research in Mathematics Education, is
being revived and will focus on a broad range of issues in mathematics
education at all levels. There is currently particular interest in
proposals dealing with the following areas: curriculum,
assessment, equity in addressing diverse learners, research on the
teaching and learning of particular content strands, and other
international issues in mathematics education. See the flyer for more information.
Grants are available from the Association for Women in
Mathematics. Deadlines: Feb 1, May 1, Oct 1, every year.
The purpose of SIG/RME is to promote and to disseminate
research, development, and evaluative efforts in mathematics education,
and to promote and encourage scholarly and productive exchanges among
members of all the constituencies that affect, or are affected by,
research on the learning and teaching of mathematics.
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