Summer Workshop 2022 for Early Career Mathematics Education Researchers – August 3-5, 2022 @ University of Delaware
Early-Career researchers (up to five years after the doctoral degree and currently serving as an assistant professor or a postdoc) are invited to apply for this in-person workshop on doing research in mathematics education. The workshop has two main purposes: (1) sharing with participants a scientific inquiry approach to research, and (2) assisting participants in applying the processes of formulating, testing, and revising hypotheses to their own research studies.
Please see the following link for a brief overview of scientific inquiry as formulating, testing, and revising hypotheses about observable phenomena (https://drive.google.com/file/d/15-JqsAp-Dl7rSBAaPx-wprqDz_Du2XK4/view?usp=sharing). The workshop will include small-group and individual mentoring for participants to develop their research ideas through the lens of conducting research using scientific inquiry. The workshop will also include opportunities for participants to network and develop collaborations with other researchers.
The workshop leaders are University of Delaware mathematics education faculty who served as editors for the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education from 2017-2020 (see below for the names of the conference organizers).
The workshop will take place at the University of Delaware from 9:00 a.m., August 3, to 12:00 noon, August 5. To attend this workshop, please apply using the form below (responses to all prompts are required). Space is limited. To receive full consideration, you will need to submit your application by June 10, 2022. Applications will be reviewed until space is filled.
If you are accepted, you will be asked to read the near-final draft of a book we are writing about doing research in mathematics education. This will provide the background information you need to benefit from the workshop.