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The 2011 RME conference focussed on learning progressions in mathematics and the design and use of learning trajectories. Plenary and interactive breakout sessions have explored the research on learning progressions in mathematics and the design of instructional sequences that engage the mathematical reasoning of all learners.

 

Plenary sessions

The program included keynote speakers Doug Clements, Koeno Gravemeijer, Bill Jacob and Mary Pittman.

 

Interactive break-out sessions

The conference program also included six 90-minute breakout sessions organized by thematic strands and grade bands. The themes are instructional design, professional development and research with grade bands addressing elementary, middle, and secondary/undergraduate levels of mathematics.

September 23 25, 2011
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