RUME 14th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON

RESEARCH ON UNDERGRADUATE MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2011 – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2011

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

 

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2011

 

 

THURSDAY, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM

RUME Working Group Meetings

Portland, Salem, and Medford

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 5:00 – 7:00 PM

Registration

Lower Level 1

 

 

 

THURSDAY, 7:00 – 8:30 PM

PLENARY TALK

Oregon Ballroom, Salons A-D

J.Michael Shaughnessy

President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Portland State University

 

 

THURSDAY, 8:30 – 10:00 PM

RECEPTION

Oregon Ballroom, Salons A-D

 

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2011

 

 

Breakfast & Registration

7:30 – 8:30 AM

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

Session 1 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

FRIDAY, 8:30 – 9:00 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Aladar Horvath

Michigan State University

The Treatment of Composition the Secondary and Early College Mathematics Curriculum

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Shandy Hauk

WestEd & University of Northern Colorado

 

Nissa Yestness & Jodie Novak

University of Northern Colorado

 

Transitioning from Cultural Diversity to Intercultural Competence in Mathematics Instruction

Abstract     Short Paper

Meadowlark

Carla Van de Sande

Kyeong Hah Roh

Arizona State University

The Construction of Limit Proofs in Free, Open, Online, Help Forums

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Elizabeth J. Malloy, Virginia (Lyn) Stallings,

& Frances Van Dyke

American University

 

Conceptual Writing and Its Impact on Performance and Attitude

Abstract     Short Paper

Salmon

Kathryn Rhoads

Rutgers University

Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching: Exemplary High School Teachers’ Views

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Tim Fukawa-Connelly & Charlene Newton

University of New Hampshire

Evaluating Mathematical Quality of Instruction in Advanced Mathematics Courses By Examining the Enacted Example Space

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 2 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

FRIDAY, 9:10 – 9:40 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Medford

Jason K. Belnap

The University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh

Building Knowledge within Classroom Mathematics Discussions

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Salmon

Karen Allen Keene

North Carolina State University

 

J. Todd Lee

Elon University

 

Hollylynne Lee

North Carolina State University

 

Linking Instructor Moves to Classroom Discourse and Student Learning in Differential Equations Classrooms

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Eugene

Dov Zazkis

San Diego State University

 

Redefining Integral: Preparing for a New Approach to Undergraduate Calculus

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Judy Paterson

Claire Postlethwaite & Mike Thomas Auckland University

The Internal Disciplinarian: Who is in Control?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

David Brown

Utah State University

 

CANCELED

 

 

Tracking and Influencing Concepts of Proof

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Tara Gula & Julie Gaudet

George Brown College

Mina Singh

York University

Assessing the Effectiveness of an On-line Math Review and Practice Tool in Foundational Mathematics.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 3 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

FRIDAY, 9:50 – 10:20 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Douglas Fir

Keith Weber & Aron Samkoff

Rutgers University

Effective Strategies That Successful Mathematics Majors Use to Read and Comprehend Proofs

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Todd CadwalladerOlsker,

Nicole Engelke, & Scott Annin

California State University, Fullerton

 

Counting Problem Strategies of Preservice and Inservice Teachers

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Salmon

Vilma Mesa & Sergio Celis

University of Michigan

 

Teaching Approaches of Community College Mathematics Faculty: Do Teaching Conceptions and Approaches Relate to Classroom Practices?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Estrella Johnson, Carolyn McCaffery,

& Krista Heim

Portland State University

Navigating the Implementation of an Inquiry-Oriented Task in a Community College

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Milos Savic

New Mexico State University

Where is the Logic in Proofs?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Mary Shepard & Carla van de Sande

Arizona State University

Reading Online Mathematics Textbooks

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

FRIDAY, 10:20 – 10:50 AM

 

 

Session 4 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

FRIDAY, 10:50 – 11:20 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Michael Oehrtman

University of Northern Colorado

 

Craig Swinyard

University of Portland

 

Jason Martin, Catherine Hart-Weber

& Kyeong Hah Roh

Arizona State University

 

From Intuition to Rigor: Calculus Students’ Reinvention of the Definition of Sequence Convergence

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Portland

Tim Fukawa-Connelly

University of New Hampshire

Toulmin Analysis: A Tool for Analyzing Teaching and Predicting Student Performance in Proof-Based Classes

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Megan Wawro

San Diego State University & University of California, San Diego

 

Individual and Collective Analysis of the Genesis of Student Reasoning Regarding the Invertible Matrix Theorem in Linear Algebra

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 5 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

FRIDAY, 11:30 – 12:00 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Tim Boester

Wright State University

 

Designing and Implementing a Limit Diagnostic Tool

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Brian Fisher

Pepperdine University

 

The Role of Conjecturing in Developing Skepticism: Reinventing the Dirichlet Function.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Minsu Kim

The University of Oklahoma

 

Differences in Beliefs and Teaching Practices between International and U.S. Domestic Mathematics Teaching Assistants

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Sandra Laursen, Marja-Liisa Hassi,

& Anne-Barrie Hunter

University of Colorado at Boulder

 

 

Navigating the Straits: Critical Instructional Decisions in Inquiry-Based College Mathematics Classes

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

LUNCH

FRIDAY, 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

Session 6 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

FRIDAY, 1:40 – 2:10 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Douglas Fir

David Miller & Matthew Schraeder

West Virginia University

 

Promoting Success in College Algebra by Using Worked Examples in Weekly Active Group Work Sessions

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Kyeong Hah Roh

Arizona State University

 

Yong Hah Lee

Ewha Womans University

 

Promoting Students’ Reflective Thinking of Multiple Quantifications via the Mayan Activity

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Gillian Galle

University of New Hampshire

 

A Multi-Strand Model for Student Comprehension of the Limit Concept

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

George Sweeney

San Diego State University

 

Classroom Activity with Vectors and Vector Equations: Integrating Informal and Formal Ways of Symbolizing Rn

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 7 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

FRIDAY, 2:20 – 2:50 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Catherine “Frieda” Parker

University of Northern Colorado

 

How Intuition and Language Use Relate to Students’ Understanding of Span and Linear Independence

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Yvonne Lai

University of Michigan

 

Juan-Pablo Mejia Ramos &

Keith Weber

Rutgers University

 

Improving the Quality of Proofs for Pedagogical Purposes: A Quantitative Study

Abstract     Short Paper

Meadowlark

Hope Gerson & Elizabeth Bateman

Brigham Young University

 

Authority in the Negotiation of Sociomathematical Norms

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Eva Thanheiser, Krista Heim,

& Briana Mills

Portland State University

 

Using interactions with children and/or artifacts of children’s mathematical reasoning to promote the development of preservice teachers’ subject matter knowledge.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

FRIDAY, 2:50 – 3:10 PM

 

 

Session 8 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

FRIDAY, 3:10 – 3:40 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Vilma Mesa & Patricio Herbst

University of Michigan

Using Animations of Teaching to Probe the Didactical Contract in Community College Mathematics

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Rachael Kenney, Nelson Uhan, Ji Soon Yi, Sung-Hee Kim, Mohan Gopaladesikan, Aiman Shamsul, & Amit Hundia

Purdue University

 

Understanding and Overcoming Difficulties with Building Mathematical Models in Engineering: Using Visualization to Aid in Optimization Courses

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Ian Whitacre & Susan Nickerson

San Diego State University

 

Extending a Local Instruction Theory for the Development of Number Sense to Rational Number

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Thomas Wemyss, Bajracharya Rabindra, & John Thomson

University of Maine

 

Joseph Wagner

Xavier University

 

Student Understanding of Integration in the Context and Notation of Thermodynamics: Concepts, Representations, and Transfer

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Portland

Hortensia Soto-Johnson

& Michael Oehrtman

University of Northern Colorado

 

Construct Analysis of Complex Variables: Hypotheses and Historical Perspectives

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Salmon

Eric Pandiscio

University of Maine

 

Geometric Constructions to Activate Inductive and Deductive Thinking Among Secondary Teachers

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 9 - PRELIMINARY REPORTS

FRIDAY, 3:50 – 4:20 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Medford

Elise Lockwood & Steve Strand

Portland State University

 

Student Use of Set-Oriented Thinking in Combinatorial Problem Solving

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Catherine Hart-Weber

Arizona State University

 

Michael Oehrtman

University of Northern Colorado

 

Jason Martin

Arizona State University

 

Craig Swinyard

University of Portland

 

Kyeong Hah Roh

Arizona State University

 

The Nature and Effect of Idiosyncratic Examples in Student Reasoning about Limits of Sequences

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Salmon

Diana White

University of Colorado Denver

 

Angie Hodge

North Dakota State University

 

A trigonometry recitation experience for pre-service secondary math teachers

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Portland

Juan Pablo Mejia-Ramos

Rutgers University

 

Evan Fuller

Montclair State University

 

Keith Weber, Aron Samkoff, Kathryn Rhoads, Dhun Doongaji, & Kristen Lew

Rutgers University

 

Do Leron’s structured proofs improve proof comprehension?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Douglas Fir

Jim Gleason, Calli Holaway

& Andrew Hamric

University of Alabama

 

Determining Mathematical Item Characteristics Corresponding With Item Response Theory Item Information Curves

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Tyler Gaspich &

Tetyana Berezovski

Saint Joseph's University

 

Technologizing Math Education: The case of multiple representations

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 10 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

FRIDAY, 4:30 – 5:00 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

Eugene

Veda Abu-Bakare

Simon Fraser University

 

Making the familiar strange: An analysis of language in postsecondary calculus textbooks then and now

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Shiva Gol Tabaghi

Simon Fraser University

 

Student Understanding of Eigenvectors in a DGE: Analysing Shifts of Attention and Instrumental Genesis

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Kathryn Rhoads, Aron Samkoff,

& Keith Weber

Rutgers University

Student teacher and cooperating teacher tensions in a high school mathematics teacher internship: The case of Luis and Sheri

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

BREAK

FRIDAY, 5:00 – 5:30 PM

 

 

FRIDAY, 5:30 – 6:30 PM

PLENARY TALK

Janet Kolodner

Georgia Tech University

Oregon Ballroom, Salons A-D

 

 

DINNER ON YOUR OWN

FRIDAY, 6:30 PM

 

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2011

 

 

SATURDAY, 7:00

Morning Run – Portland Waterfront

Craig Swinyard

Hotel Lobby

 

 

Breakfast

7:30 – 8:30 AM

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

Session 11 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

SATURDAY, 8:30 – 9:00 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Douglas Fir

Homer W. Austin

Salisbury University

Students’ Logical Reasoning in Undergraduate Mathematics Courses

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Arlene Evangelista

Arizona State University

Exploring student’s spontaneous and scientific concepts in understanding solution to linear single differential equations.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Susana Miller

University of Delaware

 

Mathematics Faculty’s Efforts to Improve the Teaching of Undergraduate Mathematics

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Sasha Wang

Michigan State University

 

The van Hiele Theory Through the Discursive Lens: Prospective Teachers’ Geometric Discourses

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Salmon

Olga Shipulina

Simon Fraser University

 

Calculus from a virtual navigation problem

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Elaine Lande

University of Michigan

 

A Systemic Functional Linguistics Analysis of Mathematical Symbolism and Language in Beginning Algebra Textbooks

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 12 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

SATURDAY, 9:10 – 9:40 AM

 

LOCATION

 

SPEAKER

TITLE

Medford

Oh Hooh Kwon

Michigan State University

Student Approaches and Difficulties in Understanding and Using of Vectors

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Stacy Brown

Pitzer College

 

An Investigation of Students’ Proof Preferences: The Case of Indirect Proofs

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

John Mayer, Rachel Cochran, Jason Fulmore, Thomas Ingram, Laura Stansell & William Bond

University of Alabama at Birmingham

 

Inquiry and Didactic Instruction in a Computer-Assisted Context: a Quasi-Experimental Study

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Eugene

Billy Jackson

Saint Xavier University

 

Lisa Rice

University of Wyoming

 

Kristin Noblet

University of Northern Colorado

 

What Do We See? Real Time Assessment of Middle and Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Sociomathematical Norms

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Salmon

Kavita Bhatia

& Kirthi Premadasa

University of Wisconsin

Using Think Alouds to Remove Bottlenecks in Mathematics

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Jathan Austin

University of Delaware

Examining Personal Teacher Efficacy Beliefs and Specialized Content Knowledge of Pre-service

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 13 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SATURDAY, 9:50 – 10:20 AM

 

LOCATION

 

SPEAKER

TITLE

Eugene

Christine Larson

Vanderbilt University

 

Michelle Zandieh

Arizona State University

 

Students’ Modeling of Linear Systems: The Car Rental Problem

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Medford

 

Ami Mamolo & Rina Zazkis

Simon Fraser University

 

Reaching out to the Horizon: Teachers’ use of Advanced Mathematical Knowledge

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Jason Martin

Arizona State University

 

Michael Oehrtman

University of Northern Colorado

 

Kyeong Hah Roh

Arizona State University

 

Craig Swinyard

University of Portland

 

Catherine Hart-Weber

Arizona State University

 

Students’ Reinvention of Formal Definitions of Series and Pointwise Convergence

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

SATURDAY, 10:20 – 10:50 AM

 

 

Session 14 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SATURDAY, 10:50 – 11:20 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Marilyn Carlson

Arizona State University

 

Chris Rasmussen

San Diego State University

 

David Bressoud

Macalester College

 

Michael Pearson

The Mathematical Association of America

 

Sally Jacob

Scottsdale Community College

 

Jess Ellis & Eric Weber

San Diego State University

 

Surveying Mathematics Departments to Identify Characteristics of Successful Programs in College Calculus

Abstract     Short Paper

Portland

Jennifer E. Szydlik, Eric Kuennen,

John Beam, Jason K. Belnap,

& Amy Parrott

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

 

Changing Mathematical Sophistication in Introductory College Mathematics Courses

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Medford

Simin Chavoshi Jolfaee

Simon Fraser University

 

On exemplification of probability zero events.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 15 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SATURDAY, 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Portland

Vilma Mesa,

Heejoo Suh,

Tyler Blake, &

Tim Whittemore

University of Michigan

 

An Analysis of Examples in College Algebra Textbooks for Community Colleges: Opportunities for Student Learning

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Meadowlark

Dann Mallet & Jennifer Flegg

Queensland University of Technology

 

 

Student perceptions of an explicitly criterion referenced assessment activity in a differential equations class

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Douglas Fir

 

 

                 

Sean Larsen,

Estrella Johnson

& Travis Scholl

Portland State University

 

Putting Research to Work: WebBased Instructor Support Materials for an Inquiry Oriented Abstract Algebra Curriculum

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Zahra Gooya &

Mehdi Javadi
Shahid

Beheshti University, Iran

 

 

University Students’ Understanding of Function is Still a Problem!

Abstract     Short Paper

 

LUNCH

SATURDAY, 12:00 – 1:15 PM

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

SATURDAY, 1:30 – 2:30 PM

PLENARY TALK

Rina Zazkis

Simon Fraser University

Oregon Ballroom, Salons A-D

 

 

Session 16 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

SATURDAY, 2:40 – 3:10 PM

 

LOCATION

 

SPEAKER

TITLE

Salmon

Sean Chorney

Simon Fraser University

Material Agency: questioning both its role and mediational significance in mathematics learning.

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Nicole Engelke,

Todd CadwalladerOsker

California State University, Fullerton

 

Supplemental Instruction and Related Rates Problems

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Maria Trigueros, Maria Trigueros, Oktac, Asuman, &  Euán, Darly Alina

Instituto Tecnológico Autonoma de Mexico

 

Spanning set: an analysis of mental constructions of undergraduate students

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Brian Fisher

& Timothy Lucas

Pepperdine University

 

How Do iPads Facilitate Social Interaction in the Classroom?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Leann Ferguson & Lesh, Richard

Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Concepts Fundamental to an Applicable Understanding of Calculus

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Melissa Mills

Oklahoma State University

Mathematicians’ Pedagogical Thoughts and Practices in Proof Presentation

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

COFFEE

SATURDAY, 3:10 -3:40 PM

 

 

Session 17 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SATURDAY, 3:40 – 4:10 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Portland

Kevin Moore

University of Georgia

 

Relationships between Quantitative Reasoning and Students’ Problem Solving Behaviors

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Paul Dawkins

Northern Illinois University

 

Translating Definitions Between Registers as a Classroom Mathematical Practice

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Ricado Nemirovsky

San Diego State University

 

Michael Smith

San Diego State University & University of California San Diego

 

The Physicality of Symbol-Use: Projecting Horizons and Traversing Improvisational Paths Across Inscriptions and Notations

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Session 18 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SATURDAY, 4:20 – 4:50 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

 

TITLE

Portland

Marja-Liisa Hassi, Marina Kogan,

& Sandra Laursen

University of Colorado at Boulder

 

Student Outcomes from Inquiry-Based College Mathematics Courses: Benefits of IBL for Students from Under-Served Groups

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Eugene

Beste Güćler

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

 

The Limit Notation: What is it a representation of?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Medford

Jim Brandt

Southern Utah University

Assessing Active Learning Strategies in Teaching Equivalence Relations

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

BREAK

SATURDAY, 5:00 – 5:30 PM

 

 

DINNER AND AWARDS & PLENARY TALK

SATURDAY, 5:30 – 7:30 PM

 

Annie Selden

New Mexico State University

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2011

 

 

Breakfast

7:30 – 8:30 AM

Oregon Ballroom, Salon E

 

 

Session 19 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

SUNDAY, 8:30 – 9:00 AM

 

LOCATION

 

SPEAKER

TITLE

Portland

Kyeong Hah Roh

& Aviva Halani

Arizona State University

 

 

Analysis of Undergraduate Students’ Cognitive Processes When Writing Proofs about Inequalities

Abstract     Short Paper

Eugene

Dragan Trninic

University of California at Berkeley

 

Concrete Materials in Mathematics Education: Identifying “Concreteness” and Evaluating its Pedagogical Effectiveness

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Mike Axtell & Erin Curran

University of St. Thomas

 

 

The Effects of Online Homework in a University Finite Mathematics Course

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Laurie Cavey, M. Kinzel,T. Kinzel,  K. Rohrig & S. Walen

Boise State University

How Do Mathematicians Make Sense of Definitions?

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Session 20 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SUNDAY, 9:10 – 9:40 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

 

TITLE

Douglas Fir

David Meel

Bowling Green State University

 

CANCELED

 

Exploring Collaborative Concept Mapping In Calculus

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Stephen Lancaster

California State University Fullerton

 

CANCELED

 

The effect of statistical coursework on preservice secondary teacher understanding of, and efficacies and attitudes toward, statistics learning: The case of Betty

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Aron Samkoff

Rutgers University

 

Yvonne Lai

University of Michigan

 

Keith Weber

Rutgers University

 

How Mathematicians Use Diagrams to Construct Proofs

Abstract     Short Paper

Eugene

Anna Bargagliotti, Jim Gleason,

Fernanda Botelho, John Haddock,

& Alistair Windsor

University of Memphis

 

The Effectiveness of Blended Instruction in Postsecondary General Education Mathematics Courses

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Session 21 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SUNDAY, 9:50 – 10:20 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Mary Beisiegel

Harvard Graduate School of Education

 

Obstacles to Teacher Education for Future Teachers of Post-Secondary Mathematics

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Portland

Megan Wawro

San Diego State University & University of California, San Diego

 

Michelle Zandieh

Arizona State University

 

George Sweeney

San Diego State University

 

Christine Larson

Vanderbilt University

 

Chris Rasmussen

San Diego State University

 

Using The Emergent Model Heuristic to Describe the Evolution of Student Reasoning regarding Span and Linear Independence

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

COFFEE BREAK

SUNDAY, 10:20 – 10:50 AM

 

 

Session 22 – PRELIMINARY REPORTS

SUNDAY, 10:50 – 11:20 AM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

 

TITLE

Portland

Aaron Wangberg

Winona State University

 

Nicole Engelke

California State University, Fullerton

 

Gulden Karakok

UMERC

Umea University

 

Function Composition and the Chain Rule in Calculus

Abstract     Short Paper

 

Eugene

Tetyana Berezovski

& Teri Sosa

Saint Joseph's University

 

CANCELED

 

Using Video to Inform Pedagogical Practices of Female Mathematics Teachers

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Douglas Fir

Darcy Conant

University of Maryland,

College Park

 

The Impact of Instruction Designed to Support Development of Stochastic Understanding of Probability Distribution

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Sarah Marsh

University of Oklahoma

 

An Exploration of the Transition to Graduate School in Mathematics

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

 

Session 23 – CONTRIBUTED REPORTS

SUNDAY, 11:30 – 12:00 PM

 

LOCATION

SPEAKER

TITLE

 

Eugene

Carole Simard

& Todd Grundmeier

Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Exploring the van Hiele Levels of Prospective Mathematics Teachers

Abstract     Short Paper

 

 

Meadowlark

Robert Powers,

David Glasmeyer,

& Heng-Yu Ku

University of Northern Colorado

 

The Impact of Technology on a Graduate Mathematics Education Course

Abstract     Short Paper

 

END OF CONFERENCE

SUNDAY, 12:00 PM