Author Archives: Marilea Jungman Reeder

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$2.5 million NSF Grant Awarded to RME Researchers

Southern Methodist University and the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development received a grant award from the National Science Foundation for over $2.5 million to conduct research and develop an assessment system comprised of two universal screening … Continue reading

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2017 Research-to-Practice Conference Most Successful to Date

RME’s 2017 Research-to-Practice Conference, Conceptual Understanding in the Mathematics Classroom: Why it Matters concluded in February with 338 attendees, RME’s largest conference to date. Math teachers and leaders from all over North Texas were in attendance, and the RME team … Continue reading

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Summer Teaching Opportunity

SMU College Access Programs, Upward Bound/Upward Bound Math & Science has summer teaching opportunities for AP Math Instructors. The subjects include Pre-AP Algebra, Pre-AP Geometry, Pre-AP Calculus, AP Calculus & AP Statistics. The positions will teach classes for Upward Bound … Continue reading

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Dr. Edward Burger to Serve as Keynote for R2P 2017

RME is pleased to announce that we have confirmed Dr. Edward B. Burger as our keynote speaker for the 2017 Research-to-Practice Conference, Conceptual Understanding in the Mathematics Classroom: Why it Matters. Dr. Edward Burger is President of Southwestern University as well … Continue reading

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Dr. Ketterlin Geller supports Parent Math Training Pilot while in Jamaica

 Dr. Ketterlin Geller has been living in Kingston, Jamaica with her family since August to support the first months of implementation of the Parent Math Training Pilot project in the island country. Dr. Ketterlin Geller has been meeting regularly with … Continue reading

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Parent Math Training Pilot in Jamaica Hires Coaches, Now in Implementation Phase

This summer, RME hired four coaches to implement the series of six workshops that will train 800 Jamaican families on foundational mathematics concepts. These workshops utilize everyday items and real-world applications through games, books, and other activities to engage young … Continue reading

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TEA Releases RtI Guidance App

In 2013, the Texas Education Agency partnered with Research in Mathematics Education to begin the process of updating the state’s Guidance Document on Response to Intervention (RtI). TEA formed a committee of experts who decided that the latest research on … Continue reading

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RME’s Brea Ratliff Named President-Elect of the Benjamin Banneker Assocation

Brea Ratliff, RME’s Secondary Mathematics Research Coordinator was named president-elect of the Benjamin Banneker Association on April 15, 2016. She’ll serve in this position for one year, and then move into her role as president for two years in 2017. … Continue reading

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RME Leads Parent Mathematics Workshop in Jamaica

Research in Mathematics Education continued their work with the Jamaican Ministry of Education and the Inter-American Development Bank to encourage and support mathematical understanding and fluency in the homes of local families, specifically those with children in Grades 1 and … Continue reading

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Debbie Hunter Perry Awarded Impact in Leadership

Dr. Leanne Ketterlin Geller presented Debbie Hunter Perry with the Research in Mathematics Education (RME) 2016 Research-to-Practice Impact in Leadership Award at the 5th annual RME Conference, held on Friday, February 19. “Deb’s contributions to the mathematics community are substantial. … Continue reading

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