We are dedicated to using research to enhance the quality and appropriateness of students’ educational experiences as they come to know math and science.
- Be a community of learners.
- Develop and foster partnerships within the educational community.
- Implement the AIMS Center Model of Knowledge Translation.
Why we do what we do:
A wealth of research exists that involves studying the subject of “How Kids Come to Learn”, but only a small portion of that research has been implemented in practical ways. We want to see more of that research made applicable for teachers and the classroom setting.
Richard Thiessen, Ph.D.
Director of Research
Phone: (559) 255-4094
Research Division Assistant
Phone: (559) 453-8135