Nevada Mathematics Project: An Innovative STEM Initiative

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The Nevada Mathematics Project: An Innovative STEM Initiative engages in cutting edge research to improve mathematics and science instruction in Nevada statewide and beyond. The initiative works within the education system of Nevada, and our collaborators include the Nevada Governor's Office of STEM Education, the Nevada Department of Education, Nevada Regional Professional Development Programs, all Nevada school districts, national industry partners (RHK Technology, Mathematical Reviews), and experts at other top national research universities (Northwestern University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Central Connecticut University, and University of Nevada, Las Vegas).

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Goals of the Nevada Mathematics Project:

Formalize the existing statewide network for communication, collaboration and dissemination of knowledge and resources

Provide high quality research-based professional development to improve STEM learning in Nevada

Research innovative and effective ways to design and deliver professional development that supports student learning

Develop tools and resources to support school districts, Nevada teachers and students

Develop expert leaders in STEM education in Nevada

Build an interdisciplinary team of experts through collaborative relationships across the country and internationally to raise the level of knowledge and expertise

Generate research to improve teacher education in STEM disciplines

Contact Us

Teruni LambergTeruni Lamberg, Ph.D., Director
Associate Professor of Elementary Mathematics Education
College of Education

Ed KeppelmannEd Keppelman, Ph.D., Co-Director
Associate Professor of Mathematics
Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Peggy LakeyPeggy Lakey, M.S., Co-Director
Mathematics Lecturer III
Department of Mathematics and Statistics

Project Team

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Research Project

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Math Resources

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Science Resources

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