Ferrini-Mundy

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Research Policies and Mechanisms: Key Points from the National Mathematics Advisory Panel Joan Ferrini-Mundy Director, Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings, National Science Foundation National Math Panel Forum, October 7, 2008, Washington DC
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What standards were used for including research? What observations can be made about the state of educational research as it relates to mathematics education policy? First things first and continuous improvement; what can we do?
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research about mathematics teaching and learning
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research about mathematics teaching and learning research about mathematics teaching and learning that could provide evidence for policy making
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research about mathematics teaching and learning research about mathematics teaching and learning that could provide evidence for policy making research about mathematics teaching and learning that could provide evidence for policy making and meets standards of evidence
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Policy questions: cause and effect, inferences from samples to populations “Causal knowledge is essential to produce and to evaluate scientific research in crucial areas of national need, including mathematics education.” (p. 63)
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research about mathematics teaching and learning that could provide evidence for policy making and meets standards of evidence
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“The Panel’s assertions and recommendations, therefore, are grounded in the highest quality evidence available from scientific studies.”
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