Math Education Seminars - Spring 2017
- Jan 27: Hiroko Warshauer, Texas State University, Developing Preservice Teachers' Understanding of Productive Struggle
- Feb 3: Brittany Webre, Texas State University, Explanatory Effects of Texas House Bill 5 on College Algebra
- Feb 10: Sharon Strickland, Texas State University, Last Steps Before Submission: Final Edit Workshop
- Feb 17: Nell Eichler, Texas State University, Present YOUR skills to the faculty!
- Feb 24: Teresa Salazar, Texas State University, Development of Peer Interactions for Responsive Teaching (PIRT) for Mathematics Content Courses
- Mar 3: Anton Dochtermann, Texas State University, Experiences with flipping the class
- Mar 10: Debbie Seacrest, University of Montana Western, Mathematical Games in Multiple Levels of Education
- Mar 24: Shawn Peterson, Texas State University, A New Approach to Teaching Math 1311: 8 Weeks With ALEKS
- Mar 31: Kate Melhuish, Texas State University, Theoretical Frameworks Panel: What are they and why do we care?
- Apr 7 (noon - 1 pm): Nama Namakshi, University of Arkansas, From Finishing up a Ph.D. to Adjusting to Life as an Academic
- Apr 14: Jessica Bishop, Texas State University, Classroom Responsiveness Over Time: A Case Study
- Apr 21: Enes Akbuga, Texas State University, Increasing Student Motivation Through the Science and Engineering Integrated Calculus Tasks
- Apr 28: Victoria Krupnik, Rutgers University, Students’ Epistemological Frames and Their Interpretation of Lectures in advanced mathematics