Dr. Alan Maloney speaks at AMTE in Orlando
Dr. Alan Maloney presented:
A Learning Trajectory Framework for the Common Core: Turnonccmath for Interpretation, Instructional Planning, and Collaboration
This session showcase was sponsored by Wireless Generation, a Silver Sponsor for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
GISMO Team presentations PME-NA 2012
GISMO Team presentations at the Annual Meeting of the Psychology of Mathematics Education–North American Chapter. Kalamazoo, Michigan
Thursday, November 1 through Sunday, November 4,
Dr. Jere Confrey receives the 2012 NC State Innovator of the Year Award
On Nov. 7, GISMO’s own founder, Dr. Jere Confrey, the Joseph D. Moore University Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education, has been named 2012 Innovator of the Year by North Carolina State University.
AMTE GISMO Presentations
AMTE- The Seventeenth Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Thursday, January 24 through Saturday, January 26, 2013, Rosen Plaza Hotel, Orlando, Florida
A Learning Trajectory Framework for the Common Core: Turnonccmath for Interpretation, Instructional Planning, and Collaboration, Dr. Alan Maloney and Dr. Jere Confrey, January 2013
Math mini-Center Meeting GISMO Presentations
Measurement Mini-Center Meeting Presentations, October 18, 2012-October 20, 2012 Michigan State University, Lansing, MI
The length, area and volume (LAV) learning trajectory composed to interpret CCSS-M treatment of the topic. (i.e., CCSSM standards, NCSU descriptors, including bridging standards), Dr. KoSze Lee, October 2012
Turnonccmath.net learning trajectories and descriptors for professional development in Length, Area, and Volume. Dr. Alan Maloney, October 2012
NCCTM GISMO Presentations
NCCTM- North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 2012 State Mathematics Conference, October 25, 2012-October 26, 2012 Koury Convention Center Greensboro, NC
A Learning Trajectory Framework in the CCSS-M, Dr. Jere Confrey and Dr. Alan Maloney, October 2012
Unpacking Equipartitioning Standards in the CCSS-M, Drew Corley and Dr. Jere Confrey, October 2012
Unpacking Shapes and Angles in the CCSS-M, Dr. Nicole Panorkou, Jennifer Nickell and Dr. Jere Confrey, October 2012
A Learning Trajectory for CCSS-M Middle Grade Statistics, Dr. Jere Confrey and Dr. Alan Maloney, October 2012
Unpacking Length, Area and Volume (LAV) in the CCSS-M, Dr. KoSze Lee and Dr. Jere Confrey, October 2012
PME-NA GISMO Presentations
PME-NA, Annual Meeting of the Psychology Of Mathematics Education, North American Chapter, November 1, 2012-November 4, 2012, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Articulating a Learning Science Foundation for Learning Trajectories in the CCSS-M, Dr. Jere Confrey, November 2012
Unpacking the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics: The Case of Length, Area and Volume, Dr. Kenny Nguyen, Dr. KoSze Lee, and Dr. Jere Confrey, November 2012
Students' Transition from Proto-Ratio and Proportional Reasoning Through Co-Splitting and Equipartitioning, Drew Corley and Dr. Jere Confrey, November 2012
Meredith College TAP Math Symposium, March 2, 2013, Raleigh, NC
K-8 Learning Trajectory Resource for Mathematics Experience a bird's-eye view of the TurnOnCCMath.net website and the learning trajectories that describe the growth of student mathematics understanding accross the grades. Dr. Alan Maloney, March 2013
January 30, 2013: Hosted by GISMO team at The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, NC State University, in Collaboration with The Montana Office of Public Instruction.
A Learning Trajectory Framework for the Common Core: TurnOnCCMath to Support Interpretation and Implementation of the Common Core Math Standards.
Moderators: Alan Maloney, Ph. D. , Senior Research Fellow, Mathematics Education, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Jean K. Howard, Mathematics Instructional Coordinator, Content Standards and Instruction Division, Montana Department of Public Instruction
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