Chamblee presents at international consortium for science and mathematics education
Gregory Chamblee, Ph.D.
Gregory Chamblee, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Middle Grades and Secondary Education, made two presentations at the Fifteenth Consultation of the International Consortium for Research in Science and Mathematics Education in San Jose, Costa Rica, March 13-16. The first presentation, “Elementary Preservice Teachers’ Conceptions of Mean and Median,” was a research collaboration with Chamblee and Georgia Southern University mathematics colleagues Ha Nguyen, Chasen Smith and Eryn Stehr.
The second presentation, “Using Movement to Teach Mathematics,” was a hand-on workshop using movement to teach mathematical topics to middle grades and secondary students.
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