september, 2015

25sep9:30 am10:30 amBuilding Strength in Numbers: How Do Early Interventions in Math Instruction Add Up?

Event Details

Friends of the Institute of Education Sciences invite you to attend:

Building Strength in Numbers: How Do Early Interventions in Math Instruction Add Up? (a breakfast briefing)

Advancing STEM education is arguably our nation’s top educational priority, given its crucial role in producing a workforce that can compete in the global economy. Yet, before developing learners can tackle science, technology, or engineering, they must first gain fluency in math. For this reason researchers have been hard at work investigating how young learners acquire mathematical knowledge, and the impact of factors such as curricula, approaches to teaching, and socio-economic background on math literacy. Join us for a compelling presentation of the latest research in early math education by national experts in the field.

Speakers:

Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Ph.D., New York University
Prentice Starkey, Ph.D., WestEd
Douglas Clements, Ph. D., University of Denver

Principal Co-Sponsors: American Educational Research Association • American Psychological Association • Society for Research in Child Development • WestEd

Time

(Friday) 9:30 am - 10:30 am

Location

Dirksen Senate Office Building: SD-562

2 Constitution Ave NE Washington, DC 20002

Organizer

Nighisti Dawitndawit@srcd.org



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