Cliff Konold hosted a webinar on teaching data analysis with TinkerPlots for the American Statistical Association’s "Meeting Within a Meeting."
John Clement and colleagues have three new books out.
SRRI's Ernst von Glasersfeld has been awarded the American Society of Cybernetics Wiener Gold Medal "for outstanding and profound lifelong contributions to both cybernetics and the ASC."
SRRI's own John Clement has received the Distinguished Contributions to Science Education Through Research Award from the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST).
On Tuesday, December 4, SRRI's Ian Beatty will give a talk on the SRRI TLT project as part of the UMass STEM Institute's seminar series.
Cliff Konold is giving the September 18 talk for the UMass STEM Institute.
Ibrahim (Slash) successfully defended his dissertation in cognitive psychology and is now Dr. Dahlstrom-Hakki. Congratulations. He also graduated from SERG, and we wish him the best.
Presentation “Bringing Data and Chance Together in the Middle School” at the STEM Education Institute, Amherst, MA.
Poster session “To understand a distribution, try building it from scratch” at the NSF DR-K12 Principal Investigators Meeting, Arlington, VA.
Presentation “Understanding Distributions by Modeling Them” at Concord Consortium, Concord, MA.
Two students joined our group. Shailesh Hegde, a graduate student in Electrical & Computer Engineering, is the webmaster and technical assistant.
Cliff and Sibel presented research from our probability teaching experiment at SRTL-5, University of Warwick, London.
Cliff and Sibel made presentations at ICTMA 13 held at Indiana University, Bloomginton.
Paul Hyry, principal of Lynch Middle School, spoke at the America’s Choice Summer Leadership Academy at Saratoga Springs, NY about his experience using TinkerPlots to analyze
Cliff consulted on a new funded project with Jane Watson in Melbourne, Australia and conducted a weeklong classroom teaching experiment with Anthony Harradine at Prince Alfred College in Adelaide.
Key Curriculum Press published the middle school math text Digging into Data with TinkerPlots.
Released a development version of TinkerPlots which includes a new multiple mixer capability.
Released video "Engaging Museum Visitors with data" as part of our Tinkerzeum Planning Project.
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