These are excerpts from the program for the Joint Mathematics Meetings,
January 10-13, 1996, Orlando, Florida.
From the MAA Session on Creating an Active Learning Environment - Preparing
Pre-Service Teachers [we are hosting additional
information on this session]:
- Computer applications in the teaching of mathematics--Version L.
Hubert J. Ludwig, Ball State University
- Patterns, functions, and recursion for the middle school teacher.
Mary M. Sullivan, Curry College
Connie M. Yarema, East Texas State University
- Carousel numbers---a lead-in to number theory.
Gary B. Klatt, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
- MathKit lessons in a "teaching methods" course.
Louise McNertney Berard, Wilkes University
- Using technology to teach mathematics: A course for pre-service middle and secondary school teachers.
Michael B. Fiske, Saint Cloud State University
- Creating an active learning environment: Preparing pre-service teachers with technology and discovery lessons at North Park College.
Leona L. Mirza, North Park College
- Technology training of pre-service teachers.
Cathleen Maria Zucco, Syracuse University
- Open-ended logo projects---A natural active learning environment.
Susann M. Mathews, Wright State University, Dayton
- Teaching and learning mathematics with spreadsheets.
Kay I. Meeks Roebuck, Ball State University
- A course in mathematics and technology for prospective teachers.
Vincent P. Schielack, Jr., Texas A & M University, College
- A teacher in-service course on technology.
Carl R. Spitznagel, John Carroll University
- NUMBERS---an interactive tutorial program.
Kenneth E. Thomas, Andrews University
- Technology as a tool: Modeling for preservice teachers.
Blake Ellis Peterson, Oregon State University
- Creating an active learning environment: Preparing pre-service teachers using faculty development workshops.
William P. Fox, United States Military Academy
- Ideas and idea sources for creating active learning environments for prospective elementary teachers.
Dale R. Oliver, Humboldt State University
Phyllis Z. Chinn, Humboldt State University
- Re-forming elementary teachers' beliefs.
Janet Lea Heine Barnett, University of Southern Colorado
- Problem solving for pre-service elementary teachers: How to fit mathematics, pedagogy, and technology into 10 weeks.
Susan L. Addington, California State University, San Bernardino
- Hands-on data analysis.
David C. Flaspohler, Xavier University
Ann L. Dinkheller, Project Discovery
- Integrating mathematics and methods.
Susan R. Beal, Saint Xavier University
Mark Klespis, Sam Houston State University
- Mathematical modeling with secondary education emphasis.
Thomas E. Kelley, Metropolitan State College of Denver
- Modern algebra---A discovery approach for pre-service teachers.
John J. Koker, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh
- Using problem solving to encourage active learning.
Marie P. Sheckels, Mary Washington College
Sandra White, Mary Washington College
- Role playing: An active learning strategy.
Debra Rothermel, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster
Cathy Ann Godbois, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lancaster
- Preparing preservice elementary teachers to teach mathematics through modeling.
Jane T. Upshaw, University of South Carolina, Beaufort
- Changing the mathematics courses for elementary teachers: Examples, suggestions and insights.
Susan Gay, University of Kansas
- Combining content and methods for pre-service elementary teachers.
Robert P. Stutts, Columbia College
- Visualization activities involving manipulatives and active group learning.
Regina Baron Brunner, Cedar Crest College
The training of teaching assistants.
Young Mathematicians Network Panel Discussion
Kevin E. Charlwood, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Edward F. Aboufadel, Southern Connecticut State University
Suzanne M. Lenhart, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Michael J. McAsey, Bradley University
The Ph.D. in mathematics education: Program structures and professional opportunities for graduates.
MAA Panel Discussion
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, University of New Hampshire
Henry O. Pollak, Teachers College/Columbia University
Eileen F. Donoghue, Teachers College/Columbia University
John A. Dossey, Illinois State University
Bradford R. Findell, University of New Hampshire
Richard M. Grassl, University of Northern Colorado
Paul E. Kehle, Indiana University
Training tools for mathematics TA teaching workshops.
- Leading the way to systemic change---innovations in teacher preparation programs.
Elizabeth G. Yanik, Emporia State University
- A collaborative to promote excellence and diversity for future teachers.
William Burkley Jacob, University of California, Santa Barbara
Kenneth C. Millett, University of California, Santa Barbara
Myriam Steinback, Newton, Massachusetts
- The preparation of elementary school teachers: Thoughts of an elementary curriculum writer.
Philip D. Wagreich, University of Illinois, Chicago
- The MIDDLE MATH Project: Reshaping the preparation of teachers of middle grades mathematics.
Sidney L. Rachlin, East Carolina University
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