RCML 2023: 50th Anniversary for the RCML Annual Conference

Alexis Park All-Suite Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada

March 2-4, 2023

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The 50th Annual Conference of the Research Council on Mathematics Learning (RCML) will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 2–4, 2023 at the Alexis Park All-Suite Resort. Refracting is defined as serving or tending to refract or turning from a direct course. Hence this year’s conference theme is: Reflecting on the Past, Refracting into the Future. This year we hope to reflect on our past as we direct our path into the future, rather than maintaining the status quo. The purpose of the RCML conference is to share current research in mathematics education, and within this context we ask all potential presenters to submit scholarship that reflects on the past and provides directions for the future of mathematics learning. RCML prides itself on supporting faculty and advanced graduate students as they report on finished findings, share about works-in-progress, and engage in and be receptive to constructive comments on preliminary framings/findings. 

All conference registrants must first join or renew membership to RCML before registering for the upcoming conference. RCML membership is for January-December of each year, and renewal for the following year begins December 1. For more details on RCML membership, please visit: Membership

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Conference Registration Rates:

  • Early bird regular conference registration price: $200
  • Early bird student conference registration price: $150
  • Guest registration price (for those who are not presenting or attending the conference sessions): $150
    • If registering after January 20 – price increases for each category by $50

Information regarding special rates for hotel accommodations, local activities, and transportationHotel Reservations & Local Information

Additionally, RCML publishes conference proceedings of select manuscripts that have been accepted as conference presentations. Acceptance of a proposal does not guarantee acceptance of the associated manuscript  for the proceedings; however, all authors whose conference proposals have been accepted are invited to submit a manuscript based on their proposal. Manuscripts proposed for the conference proceedings are due by Sunday October 30, 2022. Before submitting your manuscript, please review the Proceedings Submission Guidelines on the RCML website. Conference proposals and manuscripts submitted to the RCML Proceedings are peer reviewed. The lead author on the proceedings manuscript must register for the conference.

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