CEMELA Seminars -- Spring 2006
- Past Semester Seminars
- All-Site Video Conferences
- Local Site Seminars
All-Site Video Conferences
|5/15/2006||Anne Rios, Alan Tennison, and Maura Varley||RSV report; Reflections of the past year; Suggestons for the upcoming year|
|2/27/2006||Laura Kondek, Mary Marshall, Eugenia Vomvordi, and Johnnie Wilson||Report on CLT meeting; Elluminate; INET study|
|1/30/2006||Ksenjia Simic, Erin Turner, and Johnnie Wilson||Where is the Math? discussion; Poster presentations for CLT meeting|
Local Site Seminars
- The University of Arizona Spring 2006 Seminars
At UA-CEMELA, seminars are held every Wednesday from 4:30-5:30pm. The aim of the seminar is to encourage scholary discussions among fellows, teachers, and faculty members on topics in research in mathematics education. To see a complete list of scheduled presentations, visit scheduled presentations for more information.
- University of California, Santa Cruz Spring 2006 Seminars
At UCSC-CEMELA, fellows are introduced to research literature relevant to mathematics and Latinos. Some specific topics include "Language and Mathematics Learning" and "Teaching Mathematics in Bilingual Classrooms." To see a complete list of the readings for the winter and spring quarters, visit Education 260ABC, Math Education and Latinos/as for more information.
- University of Illinois at Chicago Spring 2006 Seminars
At UIC-CEMELA, the seminars are best described as working groups. The purpose of the working groups is to create an environment where participants engage in collaborative problem solving (allowing for "organic" development of knowledge) and to create an avenue whereby novice researchers/teacher educators collaborate with more experienced researchers/teacher educators. We have basically two working groups: 1) what we call the business meeting where everyone discusses the purpose of CEMELA, its themes, its areas of research, and its operations; 2) what we call the after-school research group where we more specifically focus on theoretical and practical concerns of the after-school.
- The University of New Mexico Spring 2006 Seminars
At UNM-CEMELA, seminars are held on a weekly basis. The aim of the seminar is to discuss issues relevant to the work being done at at UNM-CEMELA. For a detailed list of the seminar topics, please visit UNM Spring 2006 Seminars for more information.