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We are excited to announce that Dr. Michael Oehrtman from Oklahoma State University will be visiting next week and giving a colloquium! When: Tuesday, January 31st 4pm Where: Aderhold Room 229 What: The talk title and abstract will to be … Continue reading
Monday, January 9th, 4pm Room 229, Aderhold Hall Double negative: Two classroom episodes, two analytic frameworks, and two pedagogical recommendations concerning negative number operations Abstract: The teaching and learning of negative integer operations brings into play many important issues in … Continue reading
This is Dean Stevenson, the President of MESA for the 2016-2017 school year. On behalf of MESA, welcome back to UGA this fall! We hope you are ready for some great speakers and events that MESA will be hosting this … Continue reading
The MESA Fall membership drive ends September 3, 2015 . Check your email. Don’t be left out.
The elections are now closed and, with that, congratulations to our new MESA officers! MESA Officers of 2015 – 2016: President: Irma Stevens Vice-President: Eun Jung Secretary: Leighton Mcintyre Treasurer: Burak Olmez NCTM Representative: Kirsten Keels Co-colloquium chairs: Oguz Koklu … Continue reading
Join us for the 3rd BEGLES event of the semester at 290 Hampton Court. Snacks will be provided. RSVP by emailing your MESA secretary at email@example.com or by going to https://www.facebook.com/events/1617292091848552/
Join us for food and conversation! The event poster, Facebook event, and potluck signup sheet are all below. We hope to see you there! Begles Poster RSVP
Kinships, Communities, and Spaces for Mathematics Learning and Socialization
Join us for food and conversation! The event poster, facebook event, and potluck signup sheet are all below. We hope to see you there! Begles Poster RSVP Potluck Signup
November 25, 2014 at 2:33 PM Contact: Kevin Moore, 706-542-3211 A way to think about mathematics connects both kindergarteners and high school seniors, whether they’re counting to five, working their way through a complicated algorithm or exploring the world around … Continue reading