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Associate Professors Elizabeth van Es and Rossella Santagata have published in Travail et Apprentissage: Revue de Didactique Professionnelle: ” Using Video to Work with Teachers on Noticing and Responding to Student Thinking.”

Associate Professors Elizabeth van Es and Rossella Santagata have published in Travail et Apprentissage: Revue de Didactique Professionnelle: ” Using Video to Work with Teachers on Noticing and Responding to Student Thinking.” See abstract here.

Priyanka Agarwal Receives CERA Research Partnership Grant

PhD student Priyanka Agarwal has been notified that her research proposal Questioning the Problem, Tinkering the Solution! Student Engagement in Mathematical Discourse has been selected by the California Educational Research Association (CERA) Awards Committee to receive this year’s Research Partnership Grant.

Ms. Agarwal’s research aims to develop and implement new math units of study for low-achieving middle-school students in a predominantly working class Latina/o community. The study is being conducted using a research-practitioner partnership model in which Ms. Agarwal is partnering with a practicing math teacher to co-develop and implement lessons focusing on student problem-posing. Ms. Agarwal will receive a financial grant of $5,000, complimentary CERA membership and conference registration, and a $200 travel stipend in 2017 and 2018.

 

Rossella Santagata Delivers Keynote at Korea National University of Education

Associate Professor Rossella Santagata delivered the keynote address at 51st conference of the Korea Society of Educational Studies in Mathematics (KSESM), held at Korea National University of Education (KNUE) in Cheongiu, South Korea. The title of her presentation was “Learning to Improve Mathematics Teaching through Systematic Analysis of Practice: A Longitudinal Study of Teacher Preparation.” See more here.