1997 Joint Mathematics Meetings

Sessions on Preservice Teachers

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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
Needed Connections: Preparation of Teachers K--12

Organizers:
Mary M. Lindquist, Columbus College lindquist_mary@colstate.edu
Patrick Collier, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
Albert Otto, Illinois State University
  1. Needed Connections Among Students, Cooperating Teachers, and Mathematics Professors for the Preparation of Mathematics Teachers 7-12
    Lucy C. Snead, Columbia College
  2. Connections: Before, During, and After Student Teaching
    Jon L Johnson, Elmhurst College
  3. Connecting technology, mathematics, and teachers
    Leonard J Lipkin, Univ. of North Florida
  4. Partnership for Excellence
    Joanne V Peeples, El Paso Community College
  5. Connecting Preservice Teachers to the Real World of the Classroom
    Susan Gay, University of Kansas
  6. A Collaborative Approach to Course Restructuring for Preservice Teachers
    Mark L Klespis, Sam Houston State University
  7. Supporting New Teachers: A Role for Mathematicians
    John T. Kemper, University of St. Thomas
  8. Establishing Connections: Using Technology in Elementary School Mathematics and Science
    Michael B Fiske, Dr., St. Cloud State Univ.
    Mark A Minger, St. Cloud State Univ.
  9. Connecting Technology, Problem Based Instruction, and Cooperative Learning in the Training of Teachers
    Ronald J Harshbarger, University of South Carolina-Beaufort
  10. Westmont-San Jose State University Technology Collaborative.
    Barbara J. Pence, San Jose State Univ
    Joanne Rossi Becker, San Jose State Univ
  11. Curriculum-Based Teacher Preparation using the Core-Plus Mathematics Project Curriculum
    Eric W. Hart, Western Michigan University
  12. NSA's Mathematics Education Partnership Program: Connecting Teachers with Reform
    John R Pettit, National Security Agency
    Bradley E Garner, National Security Agency
  13. A Model for Working with Secondary Teachers to Reform Mathematics Instruction
    William O. Martin, North Dakota State University
  14. A Fellowship of Future Mathematics and Science Teachers
    Vincent P. Schielack, Texas A\&M;Univesity
  15. A School/University Partnership: A New Program Connecting the Initial Preparation and Continued Professional Development of K-8 Teachers
    Patricia M. Baggett, New Mexico State University
    Andrzej Ehrenfeucht, University of Colorado
    Karin Matray, Las Cruces Teachers' Center
  16. Connecting a community college and a university in the preparation of elementary teachers
    Karen T. Sharp, Mott Community College
  17. The Elementary Teacher in the University Classroom: A direct approach to the examining the relevance of the mathematics preparation of elementary teachers
    Andy R Magid, University of Oklahoma
    Cecilia Cumby, Norman Public Schools
  18. Inquiry-based learning in Calculus
    Heather A. Hulett
  19. Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators Unite to Prepare Students for Secondary Teaching at UCLA.
    Susie W. Hakansson, University of California, Los Angeles
  20. Collaborating to Encourage Teaching as a Profession
    Howard Sherwood, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816
    Joby M Anthony, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816
    Douglas K Brumbaugh, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL 32816

Issues and dilemmas in the mathematical preparation of K--12 teachers:
What mathematics and should it be organized?
MAA Panel Discussion

Organizers:
James R. Boone, Texas A&M University
Jane Schielack, Texas A&M University
Paul Trafton, University of Northern Iowa
Al Cuoco, Education Development Corporation

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