Welcome to RCML

The Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) is a professional community of researchers interested in mathematics education who value collaboration and interdisciplinary research efforts. A key focus of this research is to understand and/or influence factors that affect mathematics learning. 

RCML focuses on promoting research-based advancements in PK-20 mathematics learning and PK-16 teacher preparation and professional development. Target audiences include mathematics education faculty, mathematics faculty, and PK-12 school leaders.

Goals of RCML define the activities and products of RCML:

  • Developing and sustaining a professional learning community of researchers and school leaders.
  • Advancing research about PK-20 mathematics learning, PK-16 teacher preparation and teacher professional development.
  • Informing practice through dissemination of scholarly works through professional fellowship, conference presentations and publications.

Call for Manuscripts

RCML invites all authors of research about validity-related aspects of research, evaluation, and measurement using quantitative tools within mathematics education contexts to submit related manuscripts for consideration in IML’s Volume 9 special issue. Click here for more information. 

 

Election Results

Congratulations to each of the following members that will be recognized and take office at the upcoming 2016 conference in Orlando.

  • President Elect - Daniel Brahier, Bowling Green State University
  • Treasurer - Kerri Richardson, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • VP for Conferences - Kansas Conrady, University of Oklahoma
  • Conference Committee Members - Ryan Fox, Belmont University & Cynthia Orona, University of Arkansas 
  • Publications Committee Members - Keith Adolphson, Eastern Washington University & Sarah Ives, California State University, Sacramento