Call for Papers: Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness

published Apr 5, 2011 11:32am

The Fall 2011 SREE research conference "Building an Education Science: Improving Mathematics and Science Education for All Students" will be held September 8-10 in Washington, DC. The conference will include symposia and paper presentations, a virtual poster session, plenary sessions, and professional development workshops and short courses on research methods.

This meeting will highlight research on teaching and learning in mathematics and science that employs rigorous experimental designs or theory-based models of educational change. Studies that address promising new directions in mathematics and science education research will be of particular interest, including those:

  1. Incorporating principles from cognitive science research to improve student learning in mathematics and science,
  2. Creating assessments at the national, state, and classroom levels which are better aligned with critical content in mathematics and science in all grades, and
  3. Utilizing advances in educational technology to enhance the efficacy of mathematics and science instruction and assessment.

SREE conferences always welcome submissions that develop new methods and research designs in order to enhance the rigorous evaluation of educational interventions, programs, practices, and policies. See the conference website for more information.


March 1, 2011: Abstract submission site opens
May 1, 2011: Abstract submission deadline
June 15, 2011: Program online. Registration opens
August 7, 2011: Registration closes