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Colloquia Archives

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 provides you access to these archives of past of “Colloquium” talks. These talks were 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. If you were searching for the current year series visit this link.

Open Colloquia Archive: 2017-2018

Date Archive Topic Presenter(s)
August 28, 2017 Video Archive Global Math Project Dr. James Tanton
September 25, 2017 Video Archive Introduction to Constructivism Richard Thiessen
October 23, 2017 Video Archive What Every Student Needs to Know for Multiplication AIMS Center Research Associates
November 27, 2017 Video Archive Meaningful Mathematics in Play AIMS Center Research Associates
January 22, 2018 Video Archive Children’s Mathematics Dr. Les Steffe
February 26, 2018 Video Archive Empower All Students’ Number and Addition Development AIMS Center Research Associates
March 26, 2018 Video Archive Constructivism Redux Drs. Steve Pauls & Richard Thiessen
April 23, 2018 Video Archive Research reports from AIMS Scholars (Thesis Talks)

  1. Carl Kohns: “3D Printing and Students’ Concept of Scale in the Middle Grades”
  2. Tania Weinbrenner: “Incomplete Multiplicative Conceptualizations in 6th Grade Students Developing a Generalized Number Sequence”
  3. Joe Schuster: “The Effect of Polya’s Problem Solving Method on Student Attitudes Towards Mathematics”
Dr. Chris Brownell, AIMS Scholars
May 21, 2018 Video Archive Research reports from AIMS Scholars (Thesis Talks) Dr. Chris Brownell

Open Colloquia Archive: 2016-2017

Date Archive Topic Presenter(s)
August 22, 2016 Video Archive Constructivism Overview Richard Thiessen
September 12, 2016 Video Archive Modeling in the Mathematics Classroom Chris Brownell
September 26, 2016 Video Archive Using Technology to Facilitate Discussion Mike Fenton
October 10, 2016 Video Archive Puzzles as Models of Thinking Richard Thiessen
October 24, 2016 Video Archive Using “Discrepant Events” to drive learning in the science classroom Steve Pauls
November 14, 2016 Video Archive The Value of Productive Struggle Lori Hamada
November 28, 2016 Video Archive Teaching Science for Greater Learning Leslie Gates
January 9, 2017 Video Archive Professional Noticing: Attending AIMS Center Research Associates
January 23, 2017 Video Archive Supporting Productive Struggle… Brandon Dorman, Meagan Dorman
February 13, 2017 Video Archive Professional Noticing: Inferring AIMS Center Research Associates
February 27, 2017 Video Archive Vertical Threads in Mathematics Carl Veater
March 13, 2017 Video Archive Professional Noticing: Deciding AIMS Center Research Associates
March 27, 2017 Video Archive What is Mathematical Fluency Cathy Carroll
April 10, 2017 Video Archive Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice… Manjula Joseph
April 24, 2017 Video Archive Literature Connections Jon Dueck
May 8, 2017 Video Archive The Implications of Neuroscience on Learning Richard Thiessen, Steve Pauls

Open Colloquia Archive: 2015-2016

Date Archive Topic Presenter(s)
August 31, 2015 Video Archive Orientation to The AIMS Center for Math and Science Education Dr. Richard Thiessen & Lori Hamada
September 28, 2015 Video Archive 3-Dimensional Puzzles Richard Thiessen
October 26, 2015 Video Archive Professional Noticing: Attending AIMS Center Research Associates
November 30, 2015 Video Archive A Focus on Language Acquisition Harold Asturius, Lawrence Hall of Science
January 25, 2016 Video Archive Profession Noticing: Inferring/Interpreting AIMS Center Research Associates
February 29, 2016 Video Archive CCSS/NGSS Practices- Connections and Implications Jonathan Dueck and Jennifer Weibert
Fresno County Office of Education
March 28, 2016 No Archive Available Professional Noticing: Deciding AIMS Center Research Associates

For questions regarding the Colloquia Archives, contact Dr. Chris Brownell, AIMS Center Outreach Coordinator, at cbrownell@aimsedu.org.

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