Back to College Standards || 1997 Joint Mathematics Meetings

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

MAA Session

Innovations in Courses Before Calculus:

Implementing the Crossroads StandardsOrganizers:

Ray E. Collings, Dekalb College, Central Campus rcolling@dekalb.dc.peachnet.edu

Janet Ray, Seattle Central Community College jray@guest.nwnet.net

Technology in Intermediate Algebra

Darrell H. Abney, Maysville Community College

Lillie R. F. Crowley, Lexington Community CollegeThe Precalculus Reform Project Based at Harvard

Philip Cheifetz, Nassau Community CollegeQuantitative reasoning: A new course for the core requirement in mathematics for an associate degree

Gary L Britton, University of Wisconsin Center-Washington County

Neil Stahl, University of Wisconsin Center-Fox ValleyTechnology, Hands-on Modeling, Cooperative Learning: Activities for early mathematics experiences in the college classroom

Rosalie A. Dance, Georgetown UniversityProblem Solving, Modeling and Data Analysis Labs in College Algebra and Precalculus

Wendy Metzger, Palomar CollegeImplementing the Standards in Intermediate Algebra

Dennis Ebersole, Northampton Community CollegeModeling Periodic Phenomena at the Precalculus Level: Future Scientists or Future Surveyors?

Florence S Gordon, N.Y. Institute of TechnologyMaricopa Mathematics Consortium

Alan Jacobs, Scottsdale Community College

Approximating the Sine and Cosine Functions

Sheldon P Gordon, Suffolk Community CollegeAlgebra, Trigonometry, and Mathematica

Barry Brunson, Western Kentucky UniversityUsing CBL Systems and the Web in Introductory College Courses

Linda H Boyd, DeKalb CollegeIncreasing Student Understanding By Writing Analogies

Stephen Brown, Olivet Nazarene UniversityTechnology, Explorations, and Modeling in Elementary Algebra

Elaine Hubbard, Kennesaw State UniversityGeneral Mathematics: Problem Solving Strategies

Thomas J. Klein, Morehead State UniversityReform-Based College Algebra

Tena L. Golding, Southeastern Louisiana UniversityApplications Anchor Mathematics

John C. Peterson, Chattanooga State Technical Community College

William J. WagnerTeaching College Algebra with the TI-83: Students Asking For More Challenges in Class

Zacchaeus K. Oguntebi, DeKalb CollegeUsing Systems Dynamics to Integrate the Principal MathematicalTopics in an Intermediate Algebra Course

Scott R. Herriott, Maharishi University of ManagementLessons From a Precalculus Project

Carl Swenson, Seattle University

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