1997 Joint Mathematics Meetings

Sessions on Assessment

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Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.
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MAA Session
New Directions in Student Assessment

Organizers:
Richard Vandervelde, Hope College vandervelde@hope.cit.hope.edu
Jay M. Jahangiri, Kent State University
  1. The Benefits of ``Out-of-Class" Testing and Retesting in Precalculus Mathematics
    Dianna Zook, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
    Marilyn Reba, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne
  2. Making mathematics user friendly using graphing technology and real-world projects.
    Jane T. Upshaw, University of South Carolina Beaufort
  3. "Is this going to be on the test?" Assessing Students' Abilities to Solve In-Depth Problems
    Trisha A Bergthold
  4. Assessment and Student-Centered Active Learning
    G. Daniel Callon
  5. Written Student Course Portfolios to Assess and Promote Student Learning
    P. Gavin LaRose, Nebraska Wesleyan Univ.
  6. Group Tests with Cooperative Learning.
    Nancy L. Hagelgans, Ursinus College
  7. Integrating writing into assessment: Projects, Portfolios, \&essays.
    Richard D. West
  8. Creativity and Technology in Student Projects
    Vesna Kilibarda, University of Alaska Southeast
  9. Student Management in the Calculus Classroom
    David O. Lomen, University of Arizona
  10. New Directions in Student Assessment
    Virginia E. Stallings
    Carol A. Tascione
  11. A Professional Evaluation Model for Assessment
    Alan P. Knoerr, Occidental College
  12. Journals and a Reflective Portfolio
    Michael A McDonald, Occidental College
  13. Creative Computer Based Assessment Methods
    Scott E. Inch, Bloomsburg University
    Helmut R. Doll, Bloomsburg University
  14. Assessment: A Learning Experience
    Morteza Shafii-Mousavi, Indiana University South Bend
  15. Group Application Projects in Student Assessment
    Michael J. Dorff, University of Kentucky
  16. The Use of Alternative Assessment Techniques: Mathematics for Liberal Arts Majors
    Jay Malmstrom, Oklahoma City Community College
  17. Student Assessment through Peer Teaching and Reflective Paper
    Adele M Rothan, CSJ, College of St. Catherine
  18. Extended Use of Gateway Tests
    Lars J. Kjeseth, Occidental College
    Emily E. Puckette, Occidental College
  19. Some Assessment Techniques for Alternative Assignments
    Deborah A Frantz, Kutztown University
  20. Student Presentation of Projects
    Mary Ann Connors, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

MAA Session
Assessment for Better Learning:
Assessing Teaching and Learning in a Climate of Change

Organizers:
Bonnie Gold, Wabash College goldb@wabash.edu
Annalisa Crannell, Franklin &Marshall College
Ahmed Zayed, University of Central Florida
  1. Out of the Mouths of Babes: Student Questions and Comments in Reform C-ourses
    Sheldon P Gordon, Suffolk Community College
  2. Successful Assessment Techniques: Group Work, Journals, and Projects
    Regina Baron Brunner, Cedar Crest College
  3. Assessment Using a Capstone Course
    Charles F Peltier, Saint Mary's College
  4. Assessing Student Attitudes and Learning Gains: Some Useful Tools
    Nancy B Hastings, Dickinson College
  5. Assessing Computational Skills When a Computer Algebra System Is Available in Calculus Classes
    Nancy L. Hagelgans, Ursinus College
  6. Informal Classroom Assessment
    John W Emert, Ball State University
  7. Extensions of the One-Minute Paper
    Terrence G.L. Tong, California Lutheran University
    Cynthia J. Wyels, California Lutheran University
  8. Using Pre- and Post-Testing in a Liberal Arts Mathematics Course to Improve Teaching and Learning
    Mark Michael, Ph.D., King's College
  9. Assessment in one Learning Theory Based Approach to Teaching
    Ed Dubinsky, Georgia State University
  10. Assessing Mathematical Processes and Lifetime Learning Skills
    G. Daniel Callon
  11. Portfolio and Student Self-Assessment
    Virginia E. Stallings
    Carol A. Tascione
  12. Portfolio Assessment Through Written Project Investigations: The Generation of Original Mathematics by K-8 Teacher Candidates.
    David Dennis, U. of Texas at El Paso
  13. Student Portfolios in Calculus
    David O. Lomen, University of Arizona
  14. The Use of Concept Mapping in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics
    Joseph Meyinsse, Southern University
  15. Assessing College Algebra.
    George D Tintera, Texas A&MUniversity-Corpus Christi
  16. Evaluation of mathematics teaching for short-term improvement
    Vincent P. Schielack, Texas A\&M;Univesity
  17. The Air Force Academy Teacher Observation Program--An Evolution Spanning 30 Years
    Daniel W Litwhiler, USAF Academy, CO
    Steven M Hadfield, USAF Academy, CO
    Keith Bergeron, USAF Academy, CO
  18. Continuous Assessment
    Jack Bookman, Duke University
    David A Smith, Duke University
  19. Quality Tools in the Classroom
    Ellen Clay, Stockton State College
  20. Alternative Assessment for Student and Teacher Empowerment.
    Nkechi M Agwu, BMCC, CUNY
  21. Assessing Teaching and Learning with Portfolios
    Deborah A. Crocker, Appalachian State University
  22. Using Student Writings and Cognitive Maps for Assessment of Understandings in Intuitive Geometry for Pre-Service Elementary School Teachers
    Barbara J. Pence, San Jose State Univ
  23. Journal Writing: An Assessment for Learning and Teaching.
    Cathy Liebars, College of New Jersey

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