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Spring Conferences

Spring 2020 conferences have been canceled due to COVID-19.  We would like to share the work we have been doing at RME for anyone who may be interested.  Links and videos of our presentations have been posted online.

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K-2 teachers! Take this survey to help us better understand teacher perspectives on the appropriateness, importance, and ordering of the MMaRS Spatial Reasoning Learning Progressions. You could win an Amazon gift card. Share the link below with friends and colleagues.

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Measuring Early Mathematical Reasoning Skills

This fall, the MMaRS team conducted cognitive interviews centered on Spatial Reasoning to help provide evidence for the MMaRS Spatial Reasoning Learning Progressions. These data will help us investigate the ordering, conceptualization, and interconnectedness of the MMaRS Spatial Reasoning Learning Progressions. Check out our blog for resources for parents and teachers.

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Integrating Human Computer Interaction, Machine Learning, Game Design, and Educational Assessment in a STEM+C Curriculum

National Science Foundation has awarded a collaborative group of SMU researchers from Education and Engineering a $1.5 million four year grant to research teaching computer science and computational thinking via Minecraft. PI Corey Clark, Ph.D. and Co-PIs Eric Larson,, Ph.D. and Erica Simon.

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Supporting Teaching Algebra: Individual Readiness

Project STAIR

Supporting Teaching of Algebra: Individual Readiness uses data-based individualization (DBI) to partner with middle-school teachers to improve math outcomes for students with learning difficulties.

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RME Researchers Recent Article Published in Applied Measurement in Education

Latest article from the RME team proposes the Assessment Triangle for operationalizing and instantiating validation.

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