All Included in Mathematics – Expansion and Dissemination (AIM-ED)

Project AIM represents an ongoing teacher professional development effort to promote and support the communication of meaningful mathematical content to students from a variety of backgrounds.  A key component of the professional development is to apply concepts from literacy education in an effort to increase and support classroom discourse around mathematics. AIM-ED takes Project AIM from its development phase to a more rigorous examination of its efficacy. SEEC evaluators are collaborating with the Project AIM team to support their quasi-experimental and experimental studies of AIM’s impact on teacher and student learning, and to provide feedback regarding the scaling up and dissemination of the AIM program.

Clients and Collaborators:

North Carolina State University (NCSU), Horizon Research


National Science Foundation - ITEST (DRL1513155 and DRL1513104)

Our Role:

External Evaluator

Project Staff:

Jim Hammerman, Judy Storeygard

Reports and Publications:
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