LPP-SyncProject prototypes a wireless Interactive Diagnostic Assessment System (IDAS), consisting of learning trajectories-based item generation environments (IGEs) that support collaborative learning, peer mentoring, and social engagement.
Fall 2012 Moore LecturesAnnouncing the Fall 2012 Joseph D. Moore Lectures At The Friday Institute / North Carolina State University.
Fair Shares, Matey, or Walk the PlankAuthors P. Holt Wilson, Marrielle Myers, Cyndi Edgington and Jere Confrey win NCTM Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award.
Turn-On Common Core MathThe Turn-On CC Math website is designed to elaborate the "scientific basis" of learning trajectories research and link to the Common Core State Standards.
Dr. Jere Confrey Receives NC State Innovator of the Year AwardDr. Teri Lomax, Vice Chancellor for Research, Innovation, and Economic Development, at the podium, and NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson present Dr. Jere Confrey with the 2012 Innovator of the Year Award by NC State University.
PresentationsGISMO Team present “Unpacking the Learning Trajectories for Teachers” to Centennial Campus Middle School math teachers.
GISMO (Generating Increased Science and Math Opportunities) is a research lab located at the William & Ida Friday Institute for Educational Innovation on the Centennial Campus of North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina. Researchers at GISMO conduct research on and design innovative approaches to learning and teaching mathematics and science. Through computer software, curriculum development, and assessment design and analysis, GISMO strives to generate ways to enrich math and science education throughout the Triangle area.