Research in Mathematics Education

Research in Mathematics Education

Research in Mathematics Education

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Giving to RME directly supports the research, development, and implementation of evidence-based instruction and assessments designed to support all students in mathematics. Our research also supports instructional systems and professional development for teachers navigating the rigors of mathematics education in Texas.

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RME Spotlight

 Candace Walkington talking to conference participant
"Students often can't see the connection between their world and algebra. Exploring ways to connect math to their lives, experiences and knowledge is critical for making it accessible and captivating. That's especially true when considering students from diverse backgrounds." - RME Researcher, Candace Walkington. Read more about her research in DISD here.              

Accelerated School Leadership - Info Sessions

Educators interested in earning principal certification and the M.Ed. degree through the Simmons School of Education can find out more by attending information sessions held in November and January.

Math as a Gateway for Learning

A Keynoter in the Successful Learning Conference hosted by the University of Sydney, Dean David Chard talks about math being a gateway for learning on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's radio program, Life Matters.

Five Good Reasons to take Algebra II

Algebra II is no longer a basic high school requirement for Texas graduation, but RME Director, Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller encourages parents to have their children to take the course anyway.
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