Thursday February 24 


Registration 

Welcome 

Plenary talk: What
does it mean to understand what it means to understand a mathematical idea
deeply? 
Friday, February 25 


Registration 

Session #1 (SCT) 

Session #2 (SCT) 

Session #3 (LCT) 

Coffee Break 

Plenary talk: Anthony Kelly 

LUNCH 

Session #4 (LCT) 

Session #5 (LCT) 

Session #6 (PR) 

Coffee break 

Session #7 (SCT) 

Plenary talk: 

DINNER & Local event  to be announced 
Saturday, February 26 


Registration 

Session #8 (SCT) 

Session #9 (PR) 

Session #10 (SCT) 

Coffee Break 

Session #11 (LCT) 

Session #12 (LCT) 

LUNCH 

Plenary talk: David Hestenes 

Session #13 (SCT) 

Coffee break 

Session #14 (PR) 

Session #15 (LCT) 

DINNER 


Sunday, February 27 




Session #16 (LCT) 

Session #17 (SCT) 

Coffee Break 

Session #18 (PR) 

Session #19 (SCT) 
11:40  
CLOSING 
Session 
Salon A 
Salon B 
Salon C 
Salon D 
( 
Irene Bloom Fostering
mathematical problem solving in preservice high
school math teachers 
Boris Koichu Heuristic Literacy and Mathematical
Reasoning: The Nature of Relationship 
Keith Weber Preservice Teachers'
Experiences in Real Analysis 

( 
Claudia
Santos Math
Education and Cosntructions: Geometry Lessons and
African History 
Tanya
Berezovski Rina
Zazkis 
Doug Aichele 

( 
Karen
Allen Oh

Jennifer
Smith The Development of a Community
Concept of Proof 


( 
Margret Hjalmarson 
Jeffrey
Rabin Guershon
Harel 


#5 ( 
Guershon
Harel 
David
Kung Teaching Assistants' Knowledge of Student
Thinking: The Case of Emerging Scholars Calculus Workshops 


#6 ( 
Rossa
Bernd Joseph
F. Wagner, SJ Chris
Rasmussen Karen
Allen 
Cynthia
Stenger Draga
Vidakovic Kirk
Weller Students' conceptions of infinite
iteration: A followup study 
Soheila Gholamazad Communicational approach to proof:
Proof as discourse 
Cynthia Kaus Sarah
Hansen Increasing Student Success in Calculus by
Improving Mathematics Placement 
#7 ( 
Stephanie Nichols Jennifer Christian Smith 
Eric
Kuennen Correctly Identifying Students Needing Collegiate Mathematics
Remediation  Current Practices and Better Ideas CANCELED 
Jerry Waxman Dealing
with Quantiphobia: lessons from 

Session 
Salon A 
Salon B 
Salon C 
Salon D 
Salon E 
#8 ( 
Susan
S. Gray Barbara
J. Loud Carole
Sokolowski 
Kenneth Bogart Jane Korey 
Zahra
Gooya Bijan
Z Zangeneh The Undergraduate Mathematics Curriculum
in Iran 


#9 ( 
Bernie Baker Cynthia
Stenger 
Kristina Burch Students’ validation of arguments
written by their peers 
Katrina PiatekJimenez Do Undergraduate Female
Mathematics Students View Themselves as Future Mathematicians? 
Shabnam
Kavousian Students' Development of
Combinatorial Reasoning 

#10 ( 
Sera Yoo 
Curtis Bennett Jacqueline M. Dewar How
does mathematics contribute to a liberal education? 
Lynn Hart 


#11 ( 
Mike Oehrtman Three Teaching
Experiments on a Thematic Approach to Calculus 
Carol
E. Seaman Jennifer
Szydlik The Teacher's Role in Negotiating the
Culture of a NonTraditional Mathematics Classroom 



#12 
Lara Alcock Keith
Weber 
Boris
Koichu Guershon
Harel Thinkingaloud Dilemma in SemiStructured
Interviews 



#13 ( 
Gary Hagerty

Natasa Sirotic Rina Zazkis On irrational numbers and their geometric
representation 
Kyeong Hah Roh 


#14 ( 
Stephen Hegedus Gary
E. Davis How prepared do students think they
are for Calculus? 
Colleen
Megowan 
Scott
Adamson 
Brian
W. Frank Luanna Ortiz 
Vicki
Sealey 
#15 ( 
Stephen Blair 
Sean
Larsen Michelle
Zandieh 


