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Goals, Purposes, and Plans for the AIMS Center Colloquium Series

In an attempt to provide opportunities for the Mathematics and Science teaching communities around the region to keep abreast of both the research that the AIMS Center for Math & Science Education, and the broader research community are finding, the Center will be putting on a series of “Colloquium” talks. These talks will be given by a variety of experts in the field: members of the Research Team of the AIMS Center, and other experts from around the country.

This year we have 16 sessions. Each session will take place on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month from 4:30-6:00pm. All sessions will take place in the Richard Thiessen Conference Center at the AIMS Center for Math and Science Education located on the campus of Fresno Pacific University.

Upcoming Colloquia

Date Archive Topic & Presenter
Aug. 22, 2016 Video Archive Constructivism Overview
Richard Thiessen
Sep. 12, 2016 Video Archive Modeling in the Mathematics Classroom
Chris Brownell
Sep. 26, 2016 Video Archive
 
Using Technology to Facilitate Discussion
Mike Fenton
Oct. 10, 2016 Video Archive Puzzles as Models of Thinking
Richard Thiessen
Oct. 24, 2016 Video Archive Using “Discrepant Events” to drive learning in the Science classroom
Steve Pauls
Nov. 14, 2016 Video Archive  The Value of Productive Struggle
Lori Hamada
 Nov. 28, 2016 Video Archive  Teaching Science for Greater Learning
Leslie Gates, Jennifer Weibert
Jan. 9, 2017   Professional Noticing: Attending
AIMS Center Research Associates
Jan. 23, 2017   Supporting Productive Struggle…
Brandon Dorman, Meagan Dorman
Feb. 13, 2017   Professional Noticing: Inferring
AIMS Center Research Associates
Feb. 27, 2017   Vertical Threads in Mathematics
Carl Veater
Mar. 13, 2017   Professional Noticing: Deciding
AIMS Center Research Associates
Mar. 27, 2016   The State of Math Education in the State
Cathy Carroll
Apr. 10, 2017   Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice…
Manjula Joseph
Apr. 24, 2017   The Implications of Neuroscience on Learning
Richard Thiessen, Mel Riccardi, Steve Pauls
May 8, 2017   Literature Connections
Jon Dueck

For those unable to attend in person, a virtual option will be provided. Information for accessing the talk virtually will be posted on the home page a few days prior to the event.