Math Education Seminars - Spring 2016
- Jan 29: Andrew Cousino, Texas State University, Data Mining College Algebra
- Feb 5: Jodi Hoschuh, Texas State University, Disciplinary literacy: Understanding specialized knowledge in the disciplines.
- Feb 12: Bikai Nie, Texas State University, Longitudinal Investigation of the Curricular Effect on Students' Learning of Algebra
- Feb 19: Dan Cheshire, Texas State University, On the Axiomatic Formalization of Mathematical Understanding
- Feb 26: Rachel Bower, Texas State University, The Gentle Art of Negotiation -or- Tips for Negotiating Your Academic Job
- Mar 4: Beth Cory, Sam Houston State University, Guided Reinvention of Sequence Convergence: A Study of Two Students
- Mar 11: Shawnda Smith, Texas State University, Geometry Teaching Knowledge: A Comparison Between Pre-Service and Current High School Teachers
- Mar 18: Spring Break
- Mar 25: No Seminar
- Apr 1: Geoffrey Miller, Texas State University, Characterizing Mathematical Flow: A Case Study of Pre-Service Secondary Teachers Collaborating on Model-Eliciting Activities
- Apr 15: Shawnda Smith & Brittany Webre, Texas State University, Difference in Self-Reporting Implementation of Instructional Strategies Using a Dynamic Geometry Approach
- Apr 22: Jennifer Czocher, Texas State University, Making sense of student-generated conditions and assumptions helps to articulate an old pedagogical problem in a new way
- Apr 29: Alex White, Texas State University, P-Values: What are they good for?