1991 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
AMS Meeting Program by Special Session
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1991 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Francisco, CA, January 16-19, 1991
Andy R Magid, AMS firstname.lastname@example.org
Kenneth A Ross, MAA email@example.com
AMS-MAA Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform
Thursday January 17, 1991, 1:15 p.m.-3:15 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform, I
Varieties of educational experience in mathematics.
Naomi Fisher*, University of Illinois, Chicago
Twenty years of experimentation.
David C. Kelly*, Hampshire College
Teaching students to "think mathematically" in a problem solving course.
Alan H. Schoenfeld*, University of California, Berkeley
Alliances, networks, collaboratives, coalitions: Will they last?
Joan R. Leitzel*, National Science Foundation
Another intervention program.
Carolyn Mahoney*, California State University, San Marcos
Friday January 18, 1991, 7:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform, II
Successful mathematics programs at the University of Texas at Austin.
Michael Starbird*, University of Texas, Austin
Mr. Pythagoras goes to Hollywood.
Tom M. Apostol*, California Institute of Technology
Calculus reform: Changing students' perceptions of mathematics from mimicing to thinking.
Deborah Hughes Hallett*, Harvard University
The San Antonio prefreshman engineering program: A mathematics based minority intervention program.
Manuel Berriozabal*, University of Texas, San Antonio
Mathematics education reform: Hard lessons learned well.
Shirley A. Hill*, University of Missouri, Kansas City
Can mathematicians be involved in education and still survive in the profession?
Harvey B. Keynes*, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Friday January 18, 1991, 12:00 p.m.-3:20 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform, III: Perspectives on the Roles of Research Mathematicians in Education Reform
Some observations from 30 years experience in mathematics education.
Andrew Gleason*, Harvard University
A program for high school teachers on mathematics and its applications.
Deborah Tepper Haimo*, University of Missouri, St.\ Louis
Understanding misunderstandings in mathematics.
Leon Henkin*, University of California, Berkeley
Educational reform and the professional societies.
William Jaco*, American Mathematical Society, Providence, Rhode Island
Mathematical education from Kindgergarten through the University.
William P. Thurston*, Princeton University
Education and the research community.
Michael Reed*, Duke University
National goals and agenda
Ray C. Shiflett*, Mathematical Sciences Education Board, Washington, DC
Fostering the involvment of researchers in education-oriented programs.
Judith S. Sunley*, National Science Foundation
Symposium on perspective on the roles of research mathmaticians and education reform.
Marcia P. Sward*, The Mathematical Association of America
Faculty roles in recruiting mathematics majors.
Uri Treisman*, Swarthmore College
Saturday January 19, 1991, 7:00 a.m.-9:50 a.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform, IV
Launching a young scholars program.
David Fried*, Boston University
Helping teachers teach teachers: The American mathematics project.
Philip A. Daro*, University of California, Oakland
An interim report on the college preparatory mathematics: Major change from within project.
Elaine A. Kasimatis*, California State University, Northridge
Judith Kysh, University of California, Davis
G. Thomas Sallee, University of California, Davis
Supporting the involvement of mathematicians and scientists in education reform.
Philip Wagreich*, University of Illinois, Chicago
Teaching via problem-solving in a semi-directed format.
Bert Fristedt*, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Calculus based upon student invention of concepts and techniques needed to solve problems.
Robert B. Davis*, Rutgers University, New Brunswick