Research in Mathematics Education

Research-to-Practice Conference: Empowering Teachers

RME empowers teachers and administrators through robust, interactive professional development opportunities on relevant and pressing issues in the education community. RME’s annual Research-to-Practice Conference hosts leaders that decode complex state and federal policy and respond to issues of importance for Texas educators, ultimately supporting all students’ achievement in mathematics education. RME's first conference was in 2012 with 140 attendees. By 2017, we had grown to 338 attendees, and plan to maintain at this size. 

 

 
 

2017

Conceptual Understanding in the Mathematics Classroom: Why it Matters 

 
 

2016

Designing for STEM: Teaching Mathematics Outside the Box

 

 

2015

Changing Minds: Supporting Students' Engagement with the Mathematical Process Standards

 

 
 

2014

Transitioning to the New TEKS: Curriculum, Instruction, & Assessment

 

    

2013

Bridging Research & Practice: Explore, Participate, Engage

 

   

2012

Mapping for Mathematics Success

 

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