1997 Joint Mathematics Meetings

Sessions on Math Education Reform

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

AMS-MAA-MER Special Session
Mathematics and Education Reform

William Henry Barker, Bowdoin College barker@polar.bowdoin.edu
Jerry L. Bona, University of Texas at Austin Bona@fireant.ma.utexas.edu
Naomi Fisher, University of Illinois at Chicago naomi.d.fisher@uic.edu
Harvey B. Keynes, University of Minnesota fqhfc05@vx.cis.umn.edu
Kenneth C. Millett, University of California, Santa Barbara millett@math.ucsb.edu
Philip D. Wagreich, University of Illinois at Chicago p.wagreich@uic.edu
  1. Down the Slippery Slope - Getting Involved in Pre-college Education
    Philip Wagreich
  2. The Math Circle
    Ellen F Kaplan, Commonwealth School
    Robert L. Kaplan, Harvard University
  3. Mathematics and Education Reform Improving the Quality of Mathematics Education in California The California Mathematics Project
    Nicholas A. Branca, San Diego State University
  4. Involving the Lay Community in Their Children's Mathematics Education: A Fifteen-Year Perspective
    Virginia Helen Thompson, University of California at Berkeley
  5. A Course on Using Technology to Teach Geometry
    Heidi Burgiel, The Geometry Center
  6. How Geometry Course Can Be Improved By New Information Technology
    Moisey Guysinsky, Penn State University
    Svetlana Katok, Penn State University
    Serge Khanvin, Moscow State University
    Anatoli Kouchnirenko, Penn State University
  7. Michigan Calculus: What we've done and where we go next
    Mort Brown, University of Michigan
  8. The Evaluation Process for Duke University's Project CALC
    Jack Bookman, Duke University
  9. The Role of Mathematical Knowledge in Teaching: What Do We Know And What Do We Need To Learn?
    Deborah Loewenberg Ball, University of Michigan
  10. Making Research in Mathematics Education relevant to Research Mathematicians
    David O Tall, University of Warwick UK
  11. School Mathematics in the United States: Report from the Third International Mathematics and Science Study.
    William H. Schmidt, Michigan State University
  12. Viewing Eighth Graders' Opportunity to Learn: Results from U.S. TIMSS Population 2
    John A. Dossey
  13. Opportunities to Learn in 8th Grade Mathematics Classrooms in the Japan, Germany, and the United States: Content Comparisons Based on Videotaped Lessons.
    Alfred B. Manaster, University of California, San Diego
  14. TIMSS: Policy, Practice, and K-12 Articulation Implications
    Daniel L. Goroff
    Joan Ferrini-Mundy
  15. Redesigning the Calculus Sequence at a Research University
    Harvey Keynes, University of Minnesota--Twin Cities
  16. Education issues discussed where they are most needed; the MER conference.
    Doris Y Chiang, University of Minnesota
    Robert J Hesse, University of Minnesota
  17. Conclusions and recommendations from the MER graduate student conference
    Michael S Keynes, University of Washington
    Michael S Ira, University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  18. Lessons from Project PROMPT about our role as Educators of Teachers
    Phyllis Z. Chinn, Humboldt State Universtiy
    Dale R. Oliver, Humboldt State University
  19. Standards-based Curricula: Implications for Teacher Education Programs.
    Elizabeth A Phillips, Michigan State University
  20. To teach real mathematics, you had better know some
    Paul J. Sally, Jr., University of Chicago
  21. Establishing priorities in Mathematics programs for prospective elementary school teachers - agreements and differences of opinion emerging from collaborative relationships
    Rosamond Welchman, Brooklyn College, City University of New York
  22. Building an Inclusive Advanced Placement Program
    Efraim P. Armendariz, University of Texas at Austin

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