Promising Math is a biennial conference bringing together stakeholders from across the country to share knowledge about the understanding, teaching, and learning of mathematics for children between birth and eight years.
Bridging research and practice around particular and timely issues in early mathematics
The goal is to take into account multiple perspectives on the topic, including those of researchers in cognitive development and education, interventionists who work directly with children and families, professionals who support and educate teachers and parents, and parents/caregivers themselves.
Promising Math is a two-day event that includes a mixture of plenary presentations, roundtables, and panel presentations, all with an important topic in mind that affects early mathematics teaching and learning in America.
Promising Math 2019 takes place November 15th 8AM-4PM (with reception following) and November 16th 8AM-1:30PM at Erikson Institute.
We have reached capacity for the Promising Math 2019 conference. If you would like to be notified if space becomes available, you can add yourself to the waitlist.
Goals and Vision
The goals of this conference are:
- To build coherence in math education across the birth to 3rd grade span in the United States
- To provide a forum for discussing new findings from research, recent trends in the field, and the connections between them
- To build networks of researchers and practitioners who will work together to inform and improve policy and practice
Each conference centers on a focal topic, which will allow all participants to share, analyze, and plan collaborative work around substantive issues in the field of early mathematics.