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[Xmca-l] Fwd: [Isls-members] Announcing March 12 Webinar on Design-Based Implementation Research in Early Mathematics Learning

This webinar ought to be of interest to list members. Its topic overlaps a
symposium at the learning sciences meeting last year, articles by Penuel,
Engestrom and colleagues in MCA,  and an upcoming issue of the J. of
Learning Sciences within the general domain of the Webinar as I understand
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: William Penuel <William.Penuel@colorado.edu>
Date: Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 3:14 PM
Subject: [Isls-members] Announcing March 12 Webinar on Design-Based
Implementation Research in Early Mathematics Learning
To: "Isls-members@cc.gatech.edu" <Isls-members@cc.gatech.edu>

*Webinar: DBIR in Early Mathematics Learning*

Please join *Research+Practice Collaboratory* Co-Principal Investigators
Pam Buffington (EDC) and Bill Penuel (University of Colorado) for a
presentation about a research approach among practitioners and researchers
in which the (1) work is organized to address problems of practice from
multiple stakeholders’ perspectives, and (2) teams commit to collaborative
design to investigate and solve those problems of practice. In this webinar
this approach, Design-Based Implementation Research (DBIR), will be
described in the context of an improvement effort in which all K-3 teachers
and students are provided iPads to support learning and teaching. Discover
how a broad set of education stakeholders, school and classroom leaders,
mathematics education faculty and non-profit partners collaboratively
investigate critical strategies and approaches designed to improve math
learning and teaching in these classrooms.

*When:* Thursday, March 12, 2015. 3:00–4:30 PM. Eastern Standard Time

*Where: *Adobe Connect

*To join the webinar: *Here is the link to the Adobe Connect Room: Please
enter as Guest – enter your full name
http://edc.adobeconnect.com/rpcollab31215/. No sign ups necessary.

*Research + Practice Collaboratory *engages researchers and practitioners
around the country in an effort to address the long-standing gap between
educational research and practice in STEM education.
We are online at: http://researchandpractice.org.

Funding for the Collaboratory from the National Science Foundation (DRL-
1238253). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations
expressed in this webinar are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily
reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Bill Penuel
Professor of Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences
School of Education
UCB 249
Boulder CO 80305
Email: william.penuel@colorado.edu
Web: http://learndbir.org
Twitter: @bpenuel, @LearnDBIR

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