The Mathematics Learning Research Group
The Mathematics Learning Research Group, or MLRG, is an informal gathering of faculty and graduate students who share research interests in the learning, teaching, and use of mathematics in schools and other settings. It meets periodically (usually every two weeks) with discussion often focusing on work in progress (conceptualizing research, planning data-gathering, considering emerging results, and relating emergent results to practice and subsequent research), but also includes doing mathematics together and practicing conference or job search presentations.
The faculty coordinator for the MLRG is Dr. Jack Smith.
Contact Lisa Keller or organizers below to join. The semester schedule of MLRG activities is updated a week or so before each planned event. Graduate student organizers this year are Valentin Kuechle, Rileigh Luczak, Gregory Beaudine, and Brent Jackson.