# Math Education Seminars-Fall 2018

## 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 / On how participation in a modeling competition occasions changes in undergraduate students’ self-efficacy regarding mathematical modeling - 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