# Math Education Seminar

**Day:**** Every Friday Time: 1:00 pm Location: Derrick Hall 338**

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.

## Spring 2020

- Jan 24:
**Christina Koehne**, Texas State University, Elementary Preservice Teachers’ Conceptualizations of Mathematical Practices: A Case Study of Student Autonomous Problem-Solving - Jan 31:
**Hwa Young Lee**, Texas State University, Investigating students’ coordinate systems: Types, the Ant Farm Task, and more - Feb 7:
**Michael Oehrtman**, Texas State University, Folding Back in the Arzelà-Ascoli Theorem - Feb 14:
**Sharon Strickland**, Texas State University, Telling a Story About Ignoring Students and Resoliciting Responses - Feb 21: RUME Talks-
**Elizabeth Roan**, Texas State University, Mathematical Modeling Competitions From the Participant’s Perspective/**Michael D. Hicks**, Texas State University, Investigating Students’ Mathematical Analogizing Activity in Abstract Algebra - Feb 28: No Seminar
- March 6:
**Robert Sigley**, Texas State University, Transfer as Progressive Re-Mediation of Object- Oriented Activity in School - March 13:
**seminar canceled** - March 20:
**Spring Break** - March 27:
**seminar canceled**