Knowledge Mobilization

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Community Involvement

Our lab is committed to giving back to our community. We are always interested in learning about new ways in which we can help out! Dr. Maloney frequently gives talks to teachers, students, and parents on math anxiety, stereotype threat, and the role that parents play in children’s math learning. If you would like Dr. Maloney to come and speak at your school or your professional advancement event, then feel free to contact her via e-mail (Erin.Maloney@uOttawa.ca).

Upcoming events:

  • Strength in Numbers - A Graduate Workshop in Number Theory and Related Areas (Queen’s University; Kingston, Ontario)
  • Choose Maths - Mathematics, Gender and Mathematics Education (The University of Melbourne; Australia)

Recent events:

  • Discussion of math anxiety with parents and staff during Parents Reaching Out night at A. Lorne Cassisy School (Stittsville, Ontario)
  • Discussion of math anxiety with teachers and staff at Barrhaven Public School (Ottawa, Ontario)
  • Discussion of math anxiety with parents during Math Night at Barrhaven Public School (Ottawa, Ontario)
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