Back to 1997 Joint Mathematics Meetings

Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.

MAA Session

Development Programs That WorkOrganizers:

Mercedes McGowen, William Rainey Harper College mmcgowen@harper.cc.il.us

Jacqueline B. Giles-Giron, Houston Community College

Applied Algebra at Augsburg College: What Makes it Work?

Suzanne I. Doree, Augsburg CollegeGeometry: A Problem Solving Approach

Rose M. Dubec, Purdue University Calumet

Marcia K. Wallace, South Suburban CollegeEmpowering graduate student instructors and students in their developmental classes: providing opportunities for teacher development in response to different styles of student learning.

Elena Anne Marchisotto, California State University, NorthridgeIntermediate Algebra: Learning Concepts via Technology

Edward A. Gallo, Indiana University East

Marilyn Reba and Dianna ZookThe Silent Treatment: An Attempt to Bridge the Distance Between "At-Risk" Students and Mathematics

Teri J Murphy, University of OklahomaThe NKATE Reform Algebra Project

Lillie F Crowley, Lexington Community College

Darrell H Abney, Maysville Community CollegeDevelopmental Research as the Basis for Instructional Development

Erna Yackel, Purdue University Calumet

Diana Underwood Gregg, Purdue University CalumetChanging the Unwritten Social Contract: What Happens when youRenegotiate It?

Mercedes Anne McGowen

Implementing Change at your Pace

James T. Sandefur, Georgetown UniversityDistance Learning: Perceptions of Algebra I Teachers

Connie H. Yarema, Northeast Louisiana UniversityHelping Students Who Have Not Succeeded in Mathematics Overcome Their Difficulties in Learning Mathematics

Leona L. Mirza, North Park CollegeA More Personal Approach to Developmental Mathematics

Cathleen Maria Zucco, University of North FloridaPromoting Excellence in College Algebra through Workshops based on Collaborative Learning.

A. Bathi Kasturiarachi, Kent State UniversityUsing manipulatives in developmental algebra

Amelia S. Kinard, Columbia College

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