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

AMS-MAA Special Session

Research in Undergraduate Mathematics EducationOrganizers:

M. Kathleen Heid, Pennsylvania State University IK8@psu.edu

David M. Mathews, Central Michigan University david.m.mathews@cmich.edu

Supplementary methods for assessing student performance on a standardized test in elementary algebra.

Barry M. Cherkas, Hunter College (City University of New York)

Alvin Baranchik, Hunter College (City University of New York)Student Difficulties in Introductory Statistics

Melissa Mellissinos, San Diego State UniversityGeneral Logic Actions And Development of Mathematical Thinking

Mikhail M. Bouniaev, Southern Utah UniversityThe impact of computer-integration in a first-year calculus sequence

James F. Hurley, University of Connecticut

Uwe Koehn, University of ConnecticutHistory of One School's Study of the Impact of Changes in the Calculus Curriculum

Barbara J. Pence, San Jose State Univ

Bem Cayco, San Jose State UnivA Study of Two Calculus Reform Projects and the Traditional Calculus Class

Hortensia Soto-Johnson, University of Southern ColoradoEvaluating the effects of reform on student attitudes

Richard D. West, U.S. Military AcademyUniversity Calculus Students' Conceptual Understanding of the Limit of a Function

Jennifer Earles Szydlik, University of Wisconsin-OshkoshImproving the Quality of Instruction in Calculus with Peer Learning Assistants

Susan L Ganter, National Science Foundation and Worcester Polytechnic InstituteA Compass Instrument for Mathematics Education Reform

Brian A. Keller, Iowa State UniversityResearch on Teaching Calculus I: The Role of Writing and Cooperative Group Learning in Developing Conceptual Understanding

Leslie Aspinwall, Middle Tennessee State University

L Diane Miller, Middle Tennessee State UniversityFindings from a Research-Based Course Development

Albert D. Otto, Illinois State University

Cheryl A. Lubinski, Illinois State University

Mental Constructions Used in Understanding the Chain Rule Concept

Julie M Clark, Emory & Henry College

Francisco Cordero, CINVESTAV-IPN, Mexico

Jim Cottrill, Georgia State University

Bronislaw Czarnocha, Hostos Community College, CUNY

David J DeVries, Georgia College & State University

Denny St. John, Central Michigan University

Georgia Tolias, Purdue University Calumet

Draga Vidakovic, North Carolina State UniversityStudents' Construction of the Sequence Concept

David M Mathews, Central Michigan University

Michael A McDonald, Occidental College

Kevin Strobel, Pacific UniversityStudents' Understanding of Quantified Statements in Natural Language and in Mathematics

Ed Dubinsky, Georgia State University

Olga Yiparaki, Agnes Scott College & University of ArizonaThe Development of Students' Understanding of Permutations and Symmetries

Mark Asiala, Georgia State University

Anne Brown, Indiana University South Bend

Jennifer Kleiman, Georgia State University

David Mathews, Central Michigan UniversityStudents' Understanding of Cosets, Normality and Quotient Groups

Steve Morics, University of Redlands

Mark Asiala, Georgia State University

Ed Dubinsky, Georgia State University

David Mathews, Central Michigan University

Asuman Oktac, University of Wisconsin, OshkoshOn learning binary operations, groups, and subgroups

Anne E Brown, Indiana University South Bend

David J DeVries, Georgia College

Ed Dubinsky, Georgia State University

Karen Thomas, University of Wisconsin-PlattevilleOn the Relationship Between Students' Proof Schemes and the Formation of Their Conception of Basic Linear Algebra Ideas.

Guershon Harel, Purdue University

Sonia P Hristovitch, Purdue University

Larry Sowder, San Diego State UniversityStudents' Understanding of Mathematical Definitions in Real Analysis

Barbara S Edwards, Penn State UniversityMathematicians' Views of Mathematics

John Selden, MERC

Annie Selden, Tennessee Tech. Univ.

Undergraduate mathematics education: Visions for the future.

MAA Panel DiscussionOrganizers:

Judy Holdener, U.S. Air Force Academy

Panelists:

Sally Fischbeck, Rochester Institute of Technology

Jerry Uhl, University of Illinois

Ignatios Vakalis, Capital University

Frank Wattenberg, Weber State University

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