SEDL Monthly
E-BULLETIN  //  APRIL 2015  // 

Last Issue of SEDL Monthly
As we continue our integration with American Institutes for Research (AIR), we are transitioning from many of our publications. We will discontinue SEDL Monthly after this issue and instead will share our news and resources through AIR’s newsletters. To keep up to date on the latest research and resources in education, disability, health, and international development, we encourage you to sign up for AIR’s newsletters.
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Teaching Math to Young ChildrenTeaching Math to Young Children
Join the Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest on April 15 for a free webinar on evidence-based methods for teaching math to children in preschool, prekindergarten, and kindergarten. The webinar will explore the five evidence-based recommendations in the Teaching Math to Young Children practice guide, published by the What Works Clearinghouse. Sharon M. Carver, director of the Children's School at Carnegie Mellon University and one of the guide's panelists, will provide an overview of the recommendations, with a focus on teaching children to view and describe their world mathematically.
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KTDRR Workshop


Qualitative Research Synthesis: KTDRR's Web-based Workshop Series

Research evidence in the field of disabilityand rehabilitation (D&R) research often includes studies that follow a variety of qualitative research paradigms. Such evidence is difficult to summarize using traditional systematic research review procedures. The goal of this series of archived online webinars is to introduce D&R researchers to the methodology of qualitative evidence reviews. Participants will be provided a state-of-the-art overview on current approaches and will learn to apply those to the literature base. Learn more.

REL Southeast Webinar

REL Southeast Events

The Regional Educational Laboratory Southeast has two events scheduled for educators this spring:  

SEDL’s Presidential Award Winners


SEDL’s Presidential Award Winners

Congratulations to the latest recipients of SEDL's presidential awards! Sylvia Pirtle received the Edwin Hindsman Award for work that benefits children, and Dale Lewis received the Rogers L. Barton Award, which honors outstanding contributions to SEDL’s educational research and development. We're proud to have such a talented, dedicated team.

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