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Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Education
Hepner Hall SDSU
Palm trees in San Diego
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CRMSE Innovation/Math Tech Lab Grand Opening

The Center for Research in Mathematics & Science Education (CRMSE), hosted its Math Technology/CRMSE Innovation Lab Grand Opening, on October 7, 2011, at SDSU in PA 117.  The new Innovation Lab is a unique facility where faculty and researchers develop ways of studying mathematics by designing and constructing physical models and devices allowing for the engagement of touch, body motion, kinesthesia, and large-scale activities in the learning of mathematics.   In addition to several computer-control machines to manufacture pieces, it includes a special classroom where groups of students can be video recorded for research on learning and design.   Further details may be obtained by contacting CRMSE Director, Dr. Ricardo Nemirovsky or the Lab Coordinator, Bohdan Rhodehamel, at brhodehamel@projects.sdsu.edu


Bohdan Rhodehamel and Dr. Rich Levine


Drs. Nemirovsky, Levine, and Salamon


Dr. Peter Salamon


Drs. Salamon, Bezuk, Chizhik, Levine, and Nemirovsky

Drs. Atkins, Levine, Bailey, Maloy, Nemirovsky, Chen, JSowder, LSowder, Salamon, McCloud and Rasmussen


Dean Stanley Maloy, College of Sciences, and Dr. Nancy Farnan, College of Education


Drs. Levine, Nemirovsky, and Chizhik