This is the web site page devoted to EMAT 8990 Doctoral Seminars in Mathematics Education, at the University of Georgia.
Last modified on January 14, 2013
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Doctoral seminars in Mathematics Education at the University of Georgia are organized around a research topic and the interests of a group. Several seminars may be available each quarter and doctoral students are expected to participate in at least one each quarter.
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