Call for Poster Submissions
The National Center on Cognition and Mathematics Instruction invites you to submit a poster session proposal for this conference. Research at all stages of the study will be considered for inclusion.*
 
Poster Submission Requirements
  • Submit an abstract outlining the background, significance, methodology, results, and general conclusions of your research
  • Limit the abstract to 2,000 characters
  • Poster submissions are now CLOSED. Thank you for your interest.
 
Poster Session Proposal Review and Criteria
Poster session proposals will be reviewed by members of the National Center on Cognition and Mathematics Instruction using the following criteria:
  • Is the poster session relevant to the theme of the conference and, more broadly, the Math Center?
  • Are the significance and background clear and understandable?
  • Are the conclusions consistent with the methodology and results?
  • Does the poster session further theories, practices, and/or public policy relevant to education?
 
If your poster session is accepted, at least one author of the research study must register for the conference and be present for the poster session, which will be held April 12, 2016.
 
 
*Authors are responsible for their own poster printing, travel, and registration costs.