# Math Education Seminars - Fall 2017

## Fall 2017

- 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 Studentsâ€™ 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**