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Fostering Girls’ Motivation to Pursue Digital Opportunities

Young adults face many options when they go online—they might learn a new skill or lurk on a Discord channel; make a new friend or mock an existing one; create content or consume it. My research focuses on why young women choose to pursue positive opportunities new technology offers instead of risky or harmful activities. […]

Psychology of Research in Mathematics Education (PME)

Mathematics Education at the Edge provides opportunities to highlight and examine mathematics education research that is: 1) breaking new ground or on the cutting edge of innovative research and research methodologies; and 2) exploring issues with groups that are often positioned at the edge or periphery of educational research such as social justice, peace education, […]

Improving Our Aim: A Psychotherapist’s Take On Video Games & Violence

A little while back I was playing Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare with one of my patients, we’ll call him Alex*.  Twenty minutes into our game, I was clearly losing badly and dying a lot.  Although I am a gamer-affirmative therapist, first-person shooters have never been a favorite of mine.  In fact it was only […]

Psychology of Mathematics in Education

The Psychology of Mathematics Education invites its members to Taipei for a discussion of “Opportunities to Learn in Mathematics Education.” The conference hopes to spark innovation in how math education is developed and promoted. For more information please visit