Math Education Seminar
Day: Every Friday
Time: 1:00 pm
Location: Derrick Hall 238
Faculty and students learn about and discuss issues related to the teaching and learning of mathematics and new findings in mathematics education research. Graduate students in the Mathematics Education programs are expected to attend whenever possible; students from other programs are always welcome.
- Jan 19: No Seminar
- Jan 26: Jennifer Czocher, Texas State University, Why (other) mathematicians disagree with your definition of proof.
- Sep 1: Josh Fagan, Texas State University, Proof Validation at the Introduction to Proof Level: Framing and Designing a Multiple-Choice Assessment
- Sep 8: Jessica Bishop, Texas State University, Problem Types, Ways of Reasoning, and Flexibility: A Cross-Sectional Study of Students’ Integer Reasoning.
- Sep 15: Kristen Lew, Texas State University, Identifying the Linguistic Conventions of Undergraduate Proof Writing
- Sep 22: Christina Koehne, Texas State University, Math Camp for Elementary Preservice Teaching Noticing
Xiaowen Cui, Texas State University, Instructional coherence: A framework for comparing Chinese and American classrooms
- Sep 29: Kate Melhuish, Josh Fagan & Layla Guyot, Texas State University, Exploring the Efficacy of the Mathematics Studio Model Professional Development
- Oct 6: Doug Ray, Texas State University, Desmos and GeoGebra in the Classroom
- Oct 13: Robert Sigley, Texas State University, Teacher learning about mathematical reasoning: Differences between pre-service and in-service teachers
- Oct 20: Hwa Young Lee, Texas State University, Motivating coordination: Using one point to represent two points in the plane
- Oct 27: Zhaochen Song, Texas State University, Comparative Study of Middle School Math Teachers' PCK between the U.S. and China
Layla Guyot, Texas State University, Statistical Practices in Professional Settings
- Nov 3: Eva Thanheiser, Portland State University, Do Prospective Elementary Teachers (in the United States) Notice Cultural Aspects of Mathematics in a Teaching Scenario?
- Nov 10: Graduate Open House & Math Symposium
- Nov 17: Hiroko Warshauer, Texas State University, Two Research Studies Examining Teaching and Learning in a Math Camp Setting
- Nov 24: Thanksgiving, no seminar
- Dec 1: Paul Dawkins, Northern Illinois University, On the importance of set-based meanings for categories for student learning of mathematical logic
- Dec 8: Final Exams, no seminar
- Jan 27: Hiroko Warshauer, Texas State University, Developing Preservice Teachers' Understanding of Productive Struggle
- Feb 3: Brittany Webre, Texas State University, Explanatory Effects of Texas House Bill 5 on College Algebra
- Feb 10: Sharon Strickland, Texas State University, Last Steps Before Submission: Final Edit Workshop
- Feb 17: Nell Eichler, Texas State University, Present YOUR skills to the faculty!
- Feb 24: Teresa Salazar, Texas State University, Development of Peer Interactions for Responsive Teaching (PIRT) for Mathematics Content Courses
- Mar 3: Anton Dochtermann, Texas State University, Experiences with flipping the class
- Mar 10: Debbie Seacrest, University of Montana Western, Mathematical Games in Multiple Levels of Education
- Mar 24: Shawn Peterson, Texas State University, A New Approach to Teaching Math 1311: 8 Weeks With ALEKS
- Mar 31: Kate Melhuish, Texas State University, Theoretical Frameworks Panel: What are they and why do we care?
- Apr 7 (noon - 1 pm): Nama Namakshi, University of Arkansas, From Finishing up a Ph.D. to Adjusting to Life as an Academic
- Apr 14: Jessica Bishop, Texas State University, Classroom Responsiveness Over Time: A Case Study
- Apr 21: Enes Akbuga, Texas State University, Increasing Student Motivation Through the Science and Engineering Integrated Calculus Tasks
- Apr 28: Victoria Krupnik, Rutgers University, Students’ Epistemological Frames and Their Interpretation of Lectures in advanced mathematics