MERI

The Mathematics Education Research and Innovation Center is dedicated to exploring how

technology can help improve 

Recent Events & News

22/11/2017
Adaptive assessment and Feedback

15/11/2017
Task-Design-Patters: The challenge 
and the centrality to design Evidence 
Based Assessment

08/11/2017
Assessment tasks related to linear 
and quadratic function
education - especially math education - by novel ways of learning and teaching. How we learn and what we need to know are continually changing. Our research explores, and at the same time invents the roles of technology in this process, as we strive to understand how technology relates to broader educational factors. R&D conducted by our center offers solid evidence that it is possible to substitute "inquiring" for "rote answering" as the backbone of mathematics learning. 

The center aspires to expand to become the premier research incubator for technological innovation in mathematics education. The Institute aims to bring together developers and researchers from academia and industry, in Israel and abroad, with research fellows in the learning sciences.
Such an incubator would advance university research and raise the level of teaching and learning in schools and universities. The center attracts graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and associate researchers, and supports new collaborations with industry.

The MERI is directed by Prof. Michal Yerushalmy since 2001. Its previous director was Prof. Pearla Nesher (Mathematics Education).