You are cordially invited to attend the MSU Mathematics Education Colloquium to be presented by Professor Amy Noelle Parks from Michigan State University! It will be on Tuesday, November 28, from 3:30 - 5:00 pm.
Riverfront Banquet Center, 1 Riverfront Plaza, Flint, MI 485
How can we work together to make our community healthier?
Everyone is invited to attend the Final Presentations where 6th graders from Flint Community Schools will report the findings from Community Action Projects to answer the question, “How can we work together to make our community healthier?”.
Bio: Professor Schauble is a cognitive developmental psychologist with research interests in the relations between everyday reasoning and more formal, culturally-supported, and schooled forms of thinking, such as scientific and mathematical reasoning. Her research concerns topics such as belief change in contexts of scientific experimentation, strategy change, and causal inference.
Bio: Mary Besterfield-Sacre is Nicholas A. Dececco Professor and Fulton C. Noss Faculty Fellow in Industrial Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh. She is the Director for the Engineering Education Research Center (EERC) in the Swanson School of Engineering and serves as a Center Associate for the Learning Research and Development Center. Her principal research is in engineering assessment, which has been funded by the NSF, Department of Education, Sloan Foundation, Engineering Information Foundation, and NCIIA.
Bio: Dr. Kristen St. John is an Associate Professor of Geology and Environmental Science at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. She is a marine sedimentologist and specializes in high latitude paleoclimate records, particularly reconstructing ice-rafting histories. She has participated in several scientific ocean drilling expeditions with ODP/IODP. Kristen is the lead scientist-educator on an NSF-funded project branded as Building Core Knowledge – Reconstructing Earth History.