Tag Archives: Math learning

Synthesis and Design Workshop: The Future of Embodied Design for Mathematical Imagination and Cognition

9/1/18-8/31/19 PI: Mitchell Nathan University of Wisconsin-Madison Award Details The next generation of digital learning environments for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) content will be more interactive, more personalized yet more collaborative; provide developers and teachers with rich, real time data from users to track engagement and support formative assessment; and target both conscious […]

Human/AI Co-Orchestration of Dynamically-Differentiated Collaborative Classrooms

9/1/18-8/31/21 PIs: Vincent Aleven, Nikol Rummel Carnegie-Mellon University Award Details This project will create and demonstrate new technology that supports dynamically-differentiated instruction for the classroom of the future. This new vision centers on carefully-designed partnerships between teachers, students, and artificial intelligence (AI). AI-powered learning software will support students during problem-solving practice, providing either individual guidance […]

NetStat: EAGER: A Representation and Communication Infrastructure for Classroom Collaboration in Data Modeling and Statistics

9/01/16-8/31/18 PIs: Corey Brady, Tobin White Vanderbilt University Award Details This project aims to enhance collaborative and participatory learning in classrooms, an important and enduring theme across both research and practice. The project will use design-based research to build and study NetStat, a classroom network system for supporting collaborative activities in data modeling and statistics. […]

EAGER: Teaching Computational Thinking through Programming Wearable Devices as Finite State Machines

12/1/16-11/30/18 PIs: Ivon Arroyo, Kathryn Fisler, Erin Ottmar Worcester Polytechnic Institute Award Details This research project will use cell phone technology and SmartWatches to train middle school students in public schools in computational thinking and mathematics, by having children create such augmented reality games with math related challenges. This new genre of embodied technologies (mobile […]

DIP: Graphical Model Construction by System Decomposition: Increasing the Utility of Algebra Story Problem Solving

9/1/16-8/31/19 PIs: Kurt VanLehn, Jon Wetzel, Fabio Augusto Milner Arizona State University Award Details This project studies a new genre of learning technology that may remove a notorious bottleneck in STEM education: mathematical model construction. These days, computers can solve complex mathematical problems, but humans must still define the problem for the computer, which is […]

EXP: Linguistic Analysis and a Hybrid Human-Automatic Coach for Improving Math Identity

9/1/16-8/31/19 PIs: Jaclyn Ocumpaugh, Matthew Labrum, Scott Crossley, Ryan Baker, Victor Kostyuk University of Pennsylvania Award Details This project addresses the effect of students’ social identity on learning, an important factor in math and science education. Specifically, it will advance the scientific understanding of math identity (i.e. “I’m (not) a math person”) by studying the […]

Collaborative Research: An impact study to examine the efficacy of a mathematics professional development program for elementary teachers

9/1/15-8/31/19 PIs: Daniel Heck, Horizon Research Inc (Award Details) Paola Sztajn, North Carolina State University (Award Details) The project will develop and research the impact of an expanded model for mathematics professional development (PD) for elementary second and third grade teachers. It builds on the NSF-funded project, All Included in Mathematics (AIM). The PD is […]

Collaborative Research: Investigating How English Language Learners Use Dynamic Representational Technology to Participate in Middle School Mathematical Practices

PIs: Philip Vahey, Savitha Moorthy, Teresa Lara-Meloy, SRI International (Award Details) Tracey Noble, TERC Inc. (Award Details) The goal of the project is to bring together research about English-language learners with the use of dynamic representational technology for middle school quantitative reasoning. Dynamic representation technology allows learners to work with multiple representations of a problem […]