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Radford University has partnered with NASA to launch a new yearlong virtual Teacher Ambassador program designed for secondary math educators to gain STEM-related skills to take back to their classrooms and disseminate to their students and colleagues.
An article in a popular and respected mathematics research journal touted 25 ways in which statisticians could misinterpret the definition of p-value. Miodrag Lovric, Ph. D., a career statistician and teacher with an astute sense of finding inaccuracies in statistics found the conceptual error in the author’s definition and challenged students in his summer statistics course to do the same.
Radford professor of mathematics leads team of researchers in publishing timely arguments concerning math instruction »
A special issue of “Research in Mathematics Education” delves into the important and timely matter of mathematics teachers’ knowledge and measurements in place to determine the quality of math instruction in schools. Guiding the project from an editorial position was Radford University Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Agida Manizade, Ph.D.
As the assistant superintendent of Instruction and Innovation at Floyd County Public Schools, Jessica Cromer, M.S. ’09 often relies on the toolkit of knowledge she learned at Radford University.
The Virginia History Day regional competition held by Radford University this April was unlike any other hosted in previous years. Then again, historians will tell you that 2020 is unlike any year we have lived through in the past century.
Radford University education major Adam Berry helped deliver breakfast and lunch daily to kids at their homes this spring after schools closed due to COVID-19 concerns.