Learning occurs through a series of dynamic interactions between individuals and their social and physical environments. For science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM), scholars, teacher educators, teachers, and learners of all ages are broadening notions of what it means to think, learn, and engage in these disciplines. Questions arise, such as "How does physical movement relate to conceptual development? Or how can learning design draw on new ways of creating and making?" In this colloquium series, we’ll explore these questions and more as we examine how human activities such as moving and making contribute to cross-disciplinary engagement in mathematics, science, and the arts.


 

Fall 2019 Colloquia Dates

  • Thursday, September 12th

  • Monday, October 7th

  • Monday, November 4th

4:30pm - 6:00pm

WEC 114 Richard Thiessen Conference Center

AIMS Center for Math and Science Education (on the main campus of Fresno Pacific University)

1595 S. Chestnut Ave. Fresno, CA 93702

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Watch the colloquium online via Zoom!

*Zoom link will be posted soon.



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Monday, November 4th

Reimagining Science Teacher Education: Creating Expanded Learning Ecologies through Community Engagement and Research-Practice Partnerships

Alexandria Hansen, PhD

Assistant Professor, STEM Education

College of Science & Mathematics

California State University, Fresno

 

COLLOQUIA ARCHIVE


 
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Thursday, September 12th

A New World: Educational Research on the Sensorimotor Roots of Mathematical Reasoning

Dor Abrahamson, PhD

Professor, Graduate School of Education

University of California, Berkeley

Watch the recording: https://zoom.us/j/368137680