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Math Education Seminars - Fall 2010

  • September 3 (12:30 PM): Javier Rojo, Rice University: Dimension reduction in the context of survival analysis with microarray data
  • September 10: Alejandra Sorto, Texas State - Mathematics: Comparing students and teachers statistical knowledge in Botswana and South Africa: some preliminary results
  • September 17: Eugene Curtin,Texas State - Mathematics: Proofs with words
  • September 24: Larry Price, Texas State - College of Education: Education Research Center: Using high quality longitudinal state data to research educational policy.
  • October 1: Jo Webber, Texas State - College of Education: Teacher Residency Programs: Federal Mandates, Teacher Shortages, and Teacher Education Innovation
  • October 8: Brian Nankervis, Texas State - Mathematics: Economic-Based Affirmative Action in College Admissions
  • October 15: Robert Capraro, Texas A&M University: Does STEM Teacher Professional Development Matter to Student Performance?
  • October 22: John Edgell, Texas State - Mathematics: Essence of Measure Geometry and Role of Edges
  • October 29: Daniela Ferrero, Texas State - Mathematics: Doing and Applying Mathematics: A look at an Honors Course on Graph Theory
  • November 5: No Seminar
  • November 12: Ingrid Sapire, Wits University, South Africa: Can Workbooks Improve Learner Performance?
  • November 19: Alana Rosenwasser, Texas State - Mathematics: Developing Measures of Students' Conjecturing and Proving Ability
  • November 26: Thanksgiving Break - No Seminar
  • December 3: Nama Namakshi & Brandon Langenberg, Texas State - Mathematics