Conference
Panel: Education Innovation Summit Sponsored by Rural Schools Association of New York State
March 5, 2016

While mobile technologies have the potential to assist in ensuring mathematical success for all students, they also have the potential for replicating classroom paradigms that are far from equitable or transformative. Interactive STEM at EDC’s Pam Buffington presented “Bridging Research and Practice: Lessons from the Strategic Use of Mobile Technology to Support the Learning and Teaching of Mathematics,” exploring the strategic use of mobile technologies in combination with high leverage research-based practices to enhance mathematics learning and teaching equity. 

This event was held at the Albany Hilton, Albany, New York.

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