Karin M. Wiburg
Institute for Excellence in Math and Science Education (IEMSE) at New Mexico State University
United States of America - Las Cruces
I plan to do a full research paper at the International Ed.Media conference on June 27 at 10 in the morning. The picture is a picture of our STEM Education Lab at New Mexico State University while meeting with Martin Heinrich our wonderful senator from New Mexico.
- Conceptual Gaps in Mathematics as a Research Base for a Successful Game-based Mathematics Intervention
- A Systematic Review of M-Learning: Deepening Education or Widening the Divide?
- Cracks in Algebra Foundations: Designing Games to Fill Them
- Using Emerging Design Models to develop Mathematics Games
- Roles of Teacher Education in Math Snacks Game Development
- Creating a Safe Space for English Language Learners
- The Process, Strengths, and Challenges of Utilizing Technology to Enhance Teacher Professional Learning During MC2 MathLab™
- A promising game-based intervention for successful mathematics learning for all students.
- Digital Democracy: Panelists will share technology-based projects for empowering marginalized populations in K-12 and adult education. Attendees will be invited to discuss uses of technology for addressing a deepening digital divide in the U.S.
- Math Snacks: Filling conceptual gaps in mathematics with innovative media
I am a technology-using educational researcher with a long-term interest in making mathematics accessible and fun for all. Currently I am a Distinguished Professor of Learning Design and Technology at New Mexico State University. I work on several NSF grants as a researcher and I am in Amsterdam to meet other learning designers. I will be a Professor Emeritus at NMSU after July 1, 2018. I am working on a book centered on addressing the gaps in mathematics learning in multiple ways. Karin