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Math Education Seminar

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Kate Melhuish melhuish@txstate.edu

Day:  Every Friday
Time:  1:00 pm
Location:  Derrick Hall 227

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.


Fall 2018

  • Aug 31: Alex White, What I Did This Summer,Texas State University, Introduction Activity
  • Sept 7: Jennifer Czocher, Texas State University, What are some benefits of teaching differential equations with a mathematical modeling
  • Sept 14: John Paul Cook & Rosaura Uscanga, Oklahoma State University, Monster-barring as a Catalyst for Connecting Secondary Algebra to Abstract Algebra
  • Sept 21: Hiroko Warshauer, Texas State University, Developing Preservice Teachers’ Understanding of Productive Struggle: Case of Math 2311
  • Sept 28: Various, An Overview of Upcoming Math Ed NSF Research Projects
  • Oct 5: Elise Lockwood, Oregon State University, Examining Undergraduate Students’ Generalizing Activity:Two Contrasting Cases from a Combinatorial Context
  • Oct 12: Katty Zied/Christina Koehne / Suby Kandasamy, Texas State University, Professional Development Integrating Inservice And Prospective Teachers: Shared Resources From A Community Of Practice   / TBA
  • Oct 19: Adam Molnar, Oklahoma State University, Lexical Ambiguity in the Probability Register
  • Oct 26: Hwa Young Lee & Hamilton Hardison, Texas State University, Two Uses of the Coordinate System
  • Nov 2: Graduate Open House
  • Nov 9: Michael Hicks & Kate Melhuish, Texas State University, Student Understanding of the General Binary Operating System
  • Nov 16: Shelly Forsythe, Texas State University; Stats, Streams, and Students - The synergistic development of middle school students’ ecological field investigations and informal statistical reasoning.
  • Nov 23: Thanksgiving
  • Nov 30: Hamilton Hardison, Texas State University, Four Motions Involved in the Construction of an Angularity
  • Dec 7: TBA

Spring 2018

 

Fall 2017