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Applying Cognitive Science Research in the Classroom

2016 Conference: National Research and Development Center on Cognition and Mathematics Instruction
Tuesday, April 12, 2016 3:00PM to Wednesday, April 13, 2016 3:00PM
Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Arlington, VA

Applying Cognitive Science Research in the Classroom

Join us April 12-13, 2016 at the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel in Arlington, VA.

Early bird registration for the 2016 Math Center Conference is ending soon! March 14th is the last day to purchase conference tickets at our early bird pricing. To register, go to our conference website at http://mc2016conference.com

Submit your poster now! The deadline for poster submissions is March 14th, click here for details: http://mc2016conference.com/poster-submissions

Don't miss out on the chance to attend this conference featuring experts and thought leaders nationwide. Our distinguished list of speakers will appeal to a broad variety of education and research audiences. View the agenda on our conference website: http://mc2016conference.com/conference-agenda  

Special conference rates at the Key Bridge Marriott Hotel are still available; however, space is running out. Make your reservations through the conference website as soon as possible! 

Contact mathcenter@wested.org with any questions.

LSRI's Jim Pellegrino will participate in a panel discussion, Integrating Research Principles Into New Modes of Instruction and Instructional Delivery, on April 13 from 10:30 to 11:45am.

UIC LSRI and WPI group will be presenting a set of four posters about their collaborative work:

Evaluating the Differences in Students' Performance and Retention for Mathematics Skills Given Various Forms of Feedback – Tim Stoelinga, Deena Soffer Goldstein, Jim Pellegrino, Susan Goldman (non-presenting authors)

Improving Student Learning in Math Through Web-Based Homework Review – Susan Goldman, Jim Pellegrino, Deena Soffer Goldstein (non-presenting authors)

Mapping Skills and Knowledge in the Connected Mathematics Project 2 Curriculum – Deena Soffer Goldstein (presenting author); Jim Pellegrino, Susan Goldman, Tim Stoelinga (non-presenting authors)

Improving Mathematical Learning Outcomes Through Applying Principles of Spaced Practice and Assessment With Feedback – UIC: Deena Soffer Goldstein (presenting author), Jim Pellegrino, Susan Goldman, Tim Stoelinga (non-presenting authors); WPI: Neil Heffernan and Cristina Heffernan.