Program and Presentations
All 2018 sessions will take place in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Monday, April 23 | 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, April 25 | 9:30–11:30 a.m.
(75 minute session, including 30 minutes for participant discussion)
Research symposia can be presented in three different formats:
(75 minute session, including at least 45 minutes for participant engagement)
Discussion sessions are designed to allow for sustained interactions for both participants and organizers around a research topic. This type of session is intended for speakers to get early feedback on their research, facilitate a conversation around critical issues in mathematics
education, or begin to frame new research directions.
This discussion session may focus on:
Sessions should include a description of the conceptual or theoretical perspective and the educational or scientific importance of the work. The proposal should describe how the presenters will organize the session in order to facilitate discussion.
(30 minute paper presentation with 5 minutes of questions. Facilitated discussion across two papers presented.)
Submissions are for individual Research Reports. Proposals should include conceptual or theoretical perspectives, the research question(s) and designs, data collection techniques and analyses, and summaries of findings.
The Research Committee will group two Research Reports together around a common theme and each presenter will have 30 minutes to present and 5 minutes for questions.
Authors are required to upload formal papers one month prior to the conference. Accepted papers should include a description of the conceptual or theoretical perspective, the research question(s) and design, data collection techniques and analyses, and a summary of findings.
Cover page should be completed, placed at the front of your paper. It assigns copyright to you. Please save your paper as a PDF and upload the PDF file.
Poster sessions are designed to encourage the exchange of ideas. They combine the visual display of materials with the opportunity for informal discussion. The available space for posting is 4' x 6'. Poster sessions reporting on research in progress with some preliminary findings are
particularly encouraged. Presenters need to be present with their posters at the time listed in the program. Posters should include a description of the conceptual or theoretical perspective, the research question(s) and design, data collection techniques and analyses, and a summary of