Craig Miller attended the UPA-Boston Eighth Annual User Experience Conference.
Working with Key Curriculum Press, SERG released a free upgrade to TinkerPlots, version 1.1.
TinkerPlots demonstrations at the Key Curriculum Press booth at the NCTM national meeting in Washington, D.C.
Cliff Konold and Rich Lehrer present the working session “Modeling Repeated Measures as an Entrée into Data Analysis” at the NCTM Research Presession in Washington, D.C.
Craig Miller attended the CHI 2009 Conference Profession Development Seminars in Boston.
Cliff Konold and Bill Finzer conducted weeklong workshops on TinkerPlots and Fathom at the Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology in Bangk
The UMass Physics Education Research Group has moved from UMass to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Release of new version of Model 1 (Beta 04) with redesigned device-branching and history-object interface.
The following articles featuring TinkerPlots have been published:
The latest edition of Techcast at UMass features a podcast about TinkerPlots.
TinkerPlots has won another award, ComputED’s 2008 Education Software Review (EDDIE) Award.
Cliff Konold was appointed the new director of SRRI, taking over from Bill Gerace who has accepted a position at the Univ
Sibel Kazak completed her 2-year postdoc and returned to Turkey where she is waiting for the final word on which of several university positions there she will assume.
The ever-prolific Ernst von Glasersfeld had returned from three weeks in Europe, where he "signed innumerable copies of the book that just came out in Vienna".
Come see us demonstrate TinkerPlots in the Key Curriculum Press booth at the NCTM national meeting in Salt Lake City.
Cliff Konold and Sibel Kazak presented in the symposium “Contrasting Perspectives on Connecting Important Ideas in Probability” at the NCTM Research Presession at Salt Lake City, April 8, 2008.
Cliff Konold demonstrated TinkerPlots in the Key Curriculum Press booth at the NCTM national meeting in Salt Lake City, April 9-12, 2008.
Welcome to the all-new, completely-re-engineered SRRI web site. It's fast, it's pretty, it's content-rich... Enjoy!
A new collection of Ernst von Glasersfeld's books, Key Works in Radical Constructivism, has recently been published.
Expected release of new development version of Model 1 (Alpha 36) that incorporates a new “wire” interface for the Sampler and object-imbedded menus.
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