The Conversations on Research in Education (CORE) Lunch Series provides the GGSE and greater UCSB community with an opportunity to discuss research ideas and questions. Specifically, the meeting provide a forum for faculty/researchers to present studies or projects in progress and receive/offer feedback. Past topics have included “Cutting a Path for NSF Funding Opportunities: Thinking Differently," “A Blessing and a Curse: Modeling Flexibility with Mixture Models,” and "SOCIAL=SUCCESS: Why Learning How to Make Friends Might Be the Most Important Lesson Taught in School."
The next CORE talk:
Sarah Roberts presents the lecture "Prospective Mathematics Teachers' Conceptions of Equitable Mathematics” on March 12 at 12 noon in the Don Gevirtz Boardroom, 4th Floor, Education Building. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Carla Whitacre (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Wednesday, Mar. 11.