46th Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
The North American chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME-NA) invites you to join us at PME-NA 46 in Cleveland, Ohio for the annual conference being held November 7-10, 2024.
The past several years have seen significant change across North America and the world resulting from the pandemic, war, technological, political and social shifts. Such shifts also occur within academia as reflected in theoretical and methodological change. As mathematics educators, we have a history of considering our profession in the midst of change across and within various contexts (society writ large, classrooms, academia, etc.). Now is a time to do so as a field again by engaging in academic discourse by envisioning the future of mathematics education in uncertain times.
The goal of PME-NA as an organization is to promote the international exchange of scientific information in the psychology of mathematics education, to stimulate interdisciplinary research, and to further a deeper and better understanding of psychological aspects of teaching and learning mathematics. The 2024 theme for PME-NA invites proposals that speak to envisioning the future of mathematics education. Quite often, a research conference theme serves to provide access to some scholars while restricting access to others. By contrast, we believe the path forward for our field must involve scholars from multiple institution types, personal backgrounds and experiences, with different philosophical, theoretical, and methodological orientations. By envisioning a future for our field, we hope scholars engage in one (or more) of the various contexts of which mathematics education is affected by the continual societal, theoretical, and methodological shifts.
All papers should be formatted using one of the following templates (English, Spanish or French versions). Only properly formatted papers will be reviewed. Please ensure your proposal is anonymous for review while leaving appropriate space for names in the final paper. Thank you for your help.
Proposal Deadline: Feb 22, 11:59 Pacific Time Zone.
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