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JUn 17, 2013
Jun. 17, 2013: President's Leadership Fund Awards Honor Randy Philipp, Four Others. Five San Diego State University faculty and staff members, including CRMSE member Randolph Philipp, were recognized for their significant contributions to the university at the President's Leadership Fund Awards ceremony.
Spring 2013: Mathematics Teacher Noticing: Seeing through Teachers' Eyes selected for award. Edited by Miriam Sherin (Northwestern), Victoria Jacobs (CRMSE) and Randolph Philipp (CRMSE), this book was selected for the Division K Exemplary Research in Teaching and Teacher Education Award.
Oct. 25, 2012: Subaru Funds Math & Science Education.The SDSU Newscenter reports that Subaru has made a gift of $5000 to CRMSE to to support its Informal Learning in Math and Science course in The Lab Zone.
Sep. 24, 2012: NSF grant, Qualcomm funds to train science, math teachers. The U-T San Diego reports on the awarding of the Noyce grant by NSF and Qualcomm at SDSU. The grant provides PD support for 32 math & science teachers.
Nov. 8, 2011: Looking at new ways to learn math, science. The San Diego Union-Tribune profiles the MSED program and CRMSE at signonsandiego. The story also made the paper's front page on Nov. 8, 2011.
Jan. 27, 2011: Nadine Bezuk Honored by AMTE. Nadine Bezuk was honored by AMTE in recognition of Nadine's contributions to the organization over the past two decades, AMTE changed the name of the Excellence in Service Award to the Nadine Bezuk Excellence in Leadership and Service Award. and gave a special inaugural edition of this award to Nadine.
May 13: Grad Student Poster Session. Presented by students in Math 605. 6475 Alvarado Rd. #218, 5:30-7:00 PM. See announcement for details.
Apr. 29: SEEE Seminar. Innovative STEM Education for a Diverse San Diego. Teachers from various public schools facing complex social, economic, and cultural issues share their work and innovations toward improving STEM education. SDG&E Energy Innovation Center. Download flyer.
Mar. 29: CRMSE Colloquium. José Antonio Juárez López, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México. Importance of Spatial Situation Model Construction During Text Comprehension of a Mathematical Problem. Download flyer.
Mar. 8 & 9: The Art of Geometry: The convergence of art and mathematics. Co-sponsored by CRMSE. Student Research Symposium 2013.
Feb. 27: CRMSE Colloquium. Judy Paterson, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Talking about Mathematics and Teaching: Collegial, Intra-Departmental Approaches to Math-Based Professional Development. Download flyer.
Oct. 25, 2012: Distinguished Lecturer Series. Megan Bang, University of Washington and Beth Warren, TERC: De-Settling Expectations in Science Education.
For more events, see the CRMSE Calendar.
The Center for Research in Mathematics & Science Education (CRMSE) brings together researchers interested in studying how individuals acquire knowledge in mathematics and science. CRMSE facilitates and encourages collaboration among faculty members from departments of the College of Sciences and the College of Education. Faculty and staff of CRMSE are engaged in activities including research, curriculum development and dissemination, publications, presentations, and leadership roles. CRMSE serves as the headquarters for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), the leading organization devoted to supporting mathematics teacher education, and houses the Professional Development Collaborative (PDC). CRMSE is among the research centers spotlighted on San Diego State's Innovation and Discovery page.
Our Ph.D. Program in Mathematics and Science Education (MSED), jointly sponsored by SDSU and UCSD, develops leaders of mathematics and science education at all levels of learning.
CRMSE sponsors a series of colloquia by distinguished scholars to provide lectures and seminars on relevant issues in mathematics and science teaching and learning. This program offers faculty and students the opportunity to interact with prominent scholars, and also provides a forum for disseminating and understanding these issues through lectures that are open to the general public.
CRMSE Colloquium, Oct. 5, 2012: "Some Affordances of Embodied Interaction for Mathematics Teaching and Learning", presented by Dor Abrahamson, UC Berkeley.
If you would like to be notified of upcoming CRMSE events, please email Karen Foehl and ask to be added to the CRMSE Listserv.
Science Expo: Science Expo Photos. Click the link to see photos taken at the CRMSE booth, "Gearing Up to Prime Numbers!", at the Science Expo in Balboa Park.
SEEE Seminar, Apr. 29, 2013: "Innovative STEM Education for a Diverse San Diego." (STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)