Outreach / Misc

The AIMS Center – Wow!

WOW!  I have been absolutely blessed to have been brought in to direct the transition of the AIMS Education Foundation into the newly envisioned AIMS Center for Math and Science Education!  What does that mean?  Well… Dr. Arthur Wiebe left a legacy through the work of the AIMS Education Foundation.  Since 1981, AIMS has worked… Continue Reading

The FPU-AIMS Connection

Sometimes, when I am asked where I work I reply, “The AIMS Center for Math and Science Education, on the campus of Fresno Pacific University.” Pretty much a mouthful for sure, so usually I stick to the morsel sized, “The AIMS Center for Math and Science.” The first however points to a partnership between the… Continue Reading

Introducing the AIMS Center for Math and Science Education

The last post in this series about AIMS—past, present, and future—ended with the statement that in the next post I would talk about a vision for AIMS that would involve translating research into practice. In a sense, that is what AIMS has been doing over the years–but in a very general way–by exploring ways to… Continue Reading

Our AIMS for the Future

Our AIMS for the Future

In my previous post I talked about where AIMS came from, what AIMS has been doing over these past more than 30 years, and what it continues to do. In this post I want to talk a bit about the underlying understanding about how children come to know concepts of mathematics that has guided AIMS… Continue Reading

Where did AIMS come from? What has AIMS been doing? Where is AIMS going?

Where did AIMS come from? What has AIMS been doing? Where is AIMS going?

This post is the first of several that will outline some new directions for AIMS. Here I would simply like to give you a bit history. Some of you will know that AIMS is an outgrowth of the Graduate Math/Science Program at Fresno Pacific University. The AIMS Education Foundation got its start as the result… Continue Reading