The annual conference of Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) starts tomorrow in Oklahoma. The keynote speaker tomorrow is Anne Reynolds from Kent State University, and the theme for her lecture is “Meaningful mathematics for all students: The place of imagery”. See the program (pdf) for more information about the conference. The overall theme of the conference is “Math for all”, and the conference description links this to the slogan “No child left behind“.
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