James J Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in Mathematics Education A new start for international collaboration on fundamental issues in mathematics education Dartmouth Public Schools Grants Workshop Stephen Hegedus, PhD Director of the Kaput Center, Professor of Mathematics
James J Kaput Center for Research and Innovation in Mathematics Education
A new start for international collaboration on fundamental issues in mathematics education
PI: Democratizing Access to Core Mathematics Grades 9-12, $1,979,300 with Luis Moreno-Armella. US Department of Education, IES Goal 2, Type A, #R305B070430. July 1, 2007-June 30, 2011
PI: Representation, Participation and Teaching in Connected Classrooms, $1,499,987. NSF ROLE REC-0337710. February, 2004-January 2009
PI: REU (Research Experience for Undergraduate) was awarded in May 2006 to supplement this work, $27,500. This funds two undergraduate research assistantships and some travel.
Co-PI: Working with Teachers and Leveraging Technology to Scale Opportunities to Learn More Complex and Conceptually Difficult Middle School Mathematics (Scaling Up SimCalc, Phase II), $927,177 - Subcontract with SRI International, CA. NSF IERI REC-0437861. September 2004-August 2008 (PI: Jeremy Roschelle)
PI: Symbolic Cognition in Advanced Mathematics, $99,950 with Gary Davis. NSF ROLE REC-0440100. March 2005-December 2007
PI: Classroom Connectivity: Engaging Students' Minds, Enabling Teachers' Practice, $10,000. Faculty Professional Development Award. Office of the President, University of Massachusetts. July 2005 - June 2006.
Co-PI: Improving Mathematics Teaching Grades 4-8, $480,000 annually with C. Mars, Wareham/Carver Public Schools. Title IIB: Massachusetts Mathematics Science Partnership (MMSP) . January 2004 - August 2006.
Co-PI: Understanding Math Classroom Affordances of Networked Hand-Held Devices, $1,500,000. NSF ROLE REC-0087771, July 2000-January 2004.
PI: Chancellor’s Committee on Innovation in Teaching, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, $2900. August 2003-July 2004
PI: Technological Infrastructure to support Mathematics Education in the local region, President’s Office, University of Massachusetts, $9000. September 2001-August 2002.