Embodied Mathematical Imagination & Cognition (EMIC)

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Embodied cognition is growing in theoretical importance and as a driving set of design principles for curriculum activities and technology innovations for mathematics education. The central aim of EMIC (Embodied Mathematical Imagination and Cognition) is to attract engaged and inspired colleagues into a growing community of discourse around theoretical, technological, and methodological developments for advancing the study of embodied cognition for mathematics education. We, as a thriving, informed, and interconnected community of scholars organized around embodied mathematical cognition, seek to broaden the range of activities, practices, and emerging technologies that count as mathematical.

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Click here to see EMIC group members.

Click here to see selected EMIC activities and syllabi.

Click here to see selected EMIC publications.

 

This site developed by Jennifer Cooper, Erin Ottmar, Carmen Smith, Eryn Stehr, & Caro Williams-Pierce.  Interested in joining EMIC?  Click here and let us know!

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EMIC Conference Proceedings

Nathan et al. (2017) - Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American chapter (PME-NA) proceedings.

Williams-Pierce et al. (2017) - International Conference on Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) proceedings.

Nathan et al. (2016) - Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American chapter (PME-NA) proceedings.

Nathan et al. (2015) - Psychology of Mathematics Education - North American chapter (PME-NA) proceedings and notes.