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has been updated (November 2013). To update your contact information,
update your online profile with AERA.
Username and password for accessing the directory can be found in the latest SIGRME newsletter. If you have questions about accessing the directory, please email Kristen Bieda.
- Check out the new job
postings. Please remember to refresh your browser to make sure you
have the latest job listings. Please email all post requests to: Kristen Bieda. If there are
any problems with the website, please e-mail Kristen as well.
- The Elementary Pre-Service Teachers Mathematics Project - Phase II is
seeking instructors of pre-service elementary content or methods
courses to be field testers of their instructional materials. Contact
Ale Salinas (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in learning more.
- Editors Barbara Polnick (Sam Houston State University) and Beverly Irby (Texas A&M) announce a second call for papers for the book Girls and Women of Color in STEM: Navigating the Double Bind. This is a volume in the series Research on Women in Education.
- The editing team of Action in Teacher Education,
a national peer reviewed journal that publishes scholarship relating to
research in teacher education (pre- and in-service) and pedagogy, seeks
reviewers for manuscripts submitted to the journal. They are
looking for teaching and research faculty from across research
methodologies and areas of expertise with the time, and willingness to
conduct rigorous analyses of submissions and provide constructive
feedback that informs editors and authors about manuscripts’ strengths
Those interested should send an email providing their (1) name, (2)
title, (3) affiliation, (4) research foci, and (5) methodological
expertise to ActionTE@ilstu.edu.
- Jinfa Cai has shared the recently released IES & NSF Report on Common Guidelines for Education Research and Development. Thanks, Jinfa!
are available from the Association for Women in
Mathematics. Deadlines: Feb 1, May 1, Oct 1, every year.
The purpose of SIG/RME is to promote and to disseminate
research, development, and evaluative efforts in mathematics education,
and to promote and encourage scholarly and productive exchanges among
members of all the constituencies that affect, or are affected by,
research on the learning and teaching of mathematics.
Last updated: September 3, 2014