- Home /

- Home /

Melissa Kibbe

8 PM Eastern Time on September 15, 2014

**At the event**

Join the open, free online event in the Math Future series. Meet Dr. Melissa Kibbe to learn the latest research on early algebra: how children ages 4-6 can use their Approximate Number Sense to "solve for x". Listen to a short presentation, chat with like-minded people in the audience, and ask Dr. Kibbe questions.

**Recording**

**Questions and comments**

You can pose questions and comments to Melissa before the event. To do so, scroll to the end of this description and click "Add comment."

**About Dr. Melissa Kibbe**

Dr. Melissa M. Kibbe is assistant professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Boston University. She received her PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Rutgers University in 2011, after which she completed postdoctoral research at Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Kibbe's research focuses on how infants, children, and adults represent information about objects (e.g. perceptual features, animacy, group statistics, numerosity, verbal labels). She also studies how infants' and children's early understanding of objects and numbers impacts how they learn formal systems, such as mathematics and physics, later in life.

**About Math Future series**

Math Future is an international network of people who care about mathematics education: researchers, developers, teachers, parents, and students. Since 2009, we have organized more than a hundred live online events with leaders of amazing projects.

thub.nodes.view.add-new-comment

Follow
### Follow this event

No one has followed this yet.

Bootstrap World programming environment

Exploring Computational Thinking at Google

Unizor advanced high school math videos

Conceptual framework for designing math games

i2geo: Interactive Geometry Exchanged Around the Planet

ck12.org and TextbookRevolution.org

"Math without words" and other Thinking Mathematics projects

Creative Commons license by Natural Math.

Powered by Answerhub

- Anonymous
- Sign in
- Create
- Ask a question
- Post an idea
- Create an event
- Explore
- Topics
- Questions
- Ideas
- Events
- Users
- Badges