1993 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
Joint Mathematics Meetings Program by Special Session
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1993 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Antonio, TX, January 13-16, 1993
W Wistar Comfort, AMS email@example.com
Kenneth A Ross, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
AMS-MAA Special Session on The State of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: Problems and Prospects
Friday January 15, 1993, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on The State of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: Problems and Prospects, I
Undergraduate students' interpretations of statements of theorems.
John Selden, Vanderbilt University
Annie Selden*, Tennessee Technological University
On learning fundamental concepts of group theory.
Rina Zazkis*, Simon Fraser University,
Visualization in advanced mathematical thinking.
Libby Krussel*, State University of New York, College at Cortland
Teachers' understanding of recursion.
Eric W. Hart*, Maharishi International University
Leaks in the pipeline: College women's persistence in engineering and physical science from entry to graduation.
Ann K. Schonberger*, University of Maine, Orono
Friday January 15, 1993, 1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on The State of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: Problems and Prospects, II
Qualitative modes of research applied to undergraduate mathematics education: Promise and potential pitfalls.
M. Kathleen Heid*, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Issues in the use of qualitative methods for research in mathematics education.
Alan Schoenfeld*, University of California, Berkeley
Making sense of students' sense-making: The mathematics education researcher as anthropologist.
Steven Monk*, University of Washington
Assessment of prerequisite mathematics vocabulary terms for intermediate and college algebra: Culture and gender difference.
Frances A. Rosamond*, National University
Cynthia A. Miller, Georgia State University
Brenda D. Smith, Georgia State University
Saturday January 16, 1993, 1:00 p.m.-5:20 p.m.
AMS-MAA Special Session on The State of Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: Problems and Prospects, III
Rethinking the mathematics education of teachers: What do we know and what do we need to figure out?.
Glenda Lappan*, Michigan State University
Research on learning to teach mathematics: Problems and prospects.
Catherine Brown*, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Implications of research and researching for undergraduate mathematical education.
F. Alexander Norman*, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Student thinking in applying a formal understanding of limit to the concepts of derivative and integral.
Ed Dubinsky*, Purdue University, West Lafayette
Revitalizing functions through student inventions, contextual problems and multi-representational software.
Jere Confrey*, Cornell University
Erick Smith, Cornell University
Student's management of computer algebra systems.
Thomas Dick*, Oregon State University
Interactive graphics laboratories and electronic books and introductory differential geometry.
Thomas Banchoff*, Brown University