About the Conference

The Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum (CSMC) is hosting its Third International Curriculum Conference on the theme "Mathematics Curriculum Development, Delivery, and Enactment in a Digital World", November 7-9, 2014, in Ida Noyes Hall on the campus of The University of Chicago.


About the Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum (CSMC)

The Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum (CSMC) was established with funding from the National Science Foundation (Award No. ESI-0333879).

The Center is a collaborative partnership of the University of Missouri-Columbia, Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, and the University of Chicago. Horizon Research, Inc. served as a partner from 2004-2012.

The CSMC serves the K-12 educational community by focusing scholarly inquiry and professional development around issues of mathematics curriculum. Major areas of work focus on developing leadership capacity related to K-12 mathematics curriculum design, analysis, implementation, and evaluation; advancing a research agenda related to K-12 mathematics curriculum, including the impact of curriculum materials on student and teacher learning; and creating an organizational structure that stimulates communication and productive collaboration among all constituents concerned with K-12 mathematics curriculum. READ MORE

The Center has previously hosted two international conferences on mathematics curriculum:

Mathematics Curriculum in Pacific Rim Countries - China, Japan, Korea, and Singapore University of Chicago, Nov. 11-13, 2005 http://mathcurriculumcenter.org/internationalconference.php

Future Curricular Trends in School Algebra and Geometry University of Chicago and The Field Museum, May 2-4, 2008 http://mathcurriculumcenter.org/conferences/CSMC/index.php

For more information about CSMC, see: http://mathcurriculumcenter.org

Support for this conference is provided through a grant from the National Science Foundation
(No. ESI-0333879) establishing the Center for the Study of Mathematics Curriculum.