Session

Session Title/Documents

Presenter(s)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

S4

How to Make Math Class More Fun and Enjoyable for Students

George Alland

S6

Cultural Mathematics Academic Activity

Mario E. Moreno

S9

Early Introduction of Hypothesis Testing

Shellene C. Foster

S10

Creating a Chance to Learn  Discipline in the College Classroom (Handout1, Handout2, Handout3, Handout4)

Connie L. Buller

S23

How Many Points Is that Worth? Assessing ProblemSolving with Rubrics

Dennis C. Runde

S24

Math Mentoring: The Future for Developmental Mathematics?

Benjamin Moulton, Marni Sanft

S27

Using "Prepare and Reflect” Worksheets to Foster Student Accountability

John Robert Bakken, Debra K. Olson

S28

A Collaboratory for Exemplary Teaching in Mathematics

J. Paul Balog, Paul Wraight

S32

Class Journals Written and Edited by Students (Handout2)

Michael P. Kenyon

S35

The Power of Google Docs for Effective Online Course Management (Handout2)

George M. Alexander, Calvin Williamson

S39

Mathematics and the Founding Fathers

David Price, Elise Price

S40

The Past to the Future: What if the Bridge Was Out?

Robert L. Kimball, Jr.

S43

Success by Design: A Developmental Math Redesign that Works!

Kathleen L. Almy

S45

Emerging Technologies to Enhance Your Mathematics Course (Blog)

Dan G. Petrak

S48

Second Life in Higher Education

Fred Feldon

Friday, November 12, 2010

S55

Integrating Statistics into Modelingbased College Algebra (Handout)

Sheldon P. Gordon, Florence S. Gordon

S56

Working Toward the New Vision of Mathematics Education (DOC2, DOC3)

Mary MonroeEllis, Suzanne Etheridge, Amy Tankersley

S58

What Can We Learn from the Soviet Way of Teaching Mathematics?

Elmira YakutovaLorentz

S59

Common Core State Standards: Implications for PostSecondary Education

Tracy Halka, Bernadette B. Sandruck

S63

A Mentoring Program for Faculty: The Key to a Successful Transition (DOC1, DOC2, DOC3, DOC4, DOC5)

Joanna K. Pruden, Edwin G. Owens

S71

How Open Licensing Improves Textbooks and Careers

Barbara S. Illowsky

S72

Outreach and Retention of Students in Mathematics

Sangeeta Gad, Sharon Sledge

S75

A Learning Experience with Japanese Lesson Study

Jessica Harnly, Mary E. CrawfordMohat, Michelle A. Doucette, Tracey Clancy

S79

Calculus with Infinitesimals

Thomas (T. J.) Johnson

S82

Mathematics in Gaming (Handout1, Handout2, Handout3, Handout4)

Greg Fiore

S86

Increase Math Success to Increase Numbers of Indigenous Educators

Sandra Wildfeuer

S91

Is NCAT Redesign Compatible with AMATYC Standards? Does it Work? Yes! (YouTube Video, Handout1, Handout2)

Byron A. Dyce, Katey S. Arnold

S96

Reflecting on Current Practice Using 19th Century Voices (Handout)

Marcus Jorgensen

Saturday, November 13, 2010

S110

Clicking Basic College Mathematics and Beyond

Jerry J. Chen, MyungChul Kim

S111

Spiced Up Mathematics (Handout1, Handout2, Handout3, Handout4)

John W. Coburn, J.D. Herdlick, Jeremy Coffelt

S114

How Can We Measure Teaching and Learning in Mathematics?

Maria Andersen

S115

SelfPaced Math Lab Courses: Success for All Students

Kim Tsai Granger

S120

Projects for Assessment in Business Statistics (Classroom and Online)

Joseph J. Sukta

S121

Inference for Proportions: One Model — Three Activities

Jennifer M. Bergamo, Kathleen A. Cantone, Bridgette L. Jacob

S123

A Comparison of Developmental Mathematics Models in Canada and the US

Henry Owh

S126

Course Redesign at Pierce: What Works and What Still Needs Work (Handout)

Katherine Yoshiwara, Bob Martinez

S128

Effect of Learning Communities on Developmental Math Student Success

Tammi B. Marshall

S146

Fermat’s Last Theorem

Javier GomezCalderon

S150

Lighten Up! Adding Humor to Your Lessons Is Easier than You Think

Annette G. Cook

S151

Effective Researchbased Professional Development for MultiCampuses

Cheryl Keeton

S152

Teaching Developmental Mathematics — It’s Not Just About the Content!

Lynn Marecek, Mary Anne AnthonySmith

Sunday, November 14, 2010

S157

Elementary Statistics: A History of Controversy

Joseph Manthey

S158

The Big Read: Integrating Mathematics and Literature

Dona V. Boccio

S159

Translated Trigonometric Graphs — Sine and Cosine Curves (PPT2, Handout)

Cathey Jordan

S162

Fast Track  Intermediate & College Algebra in One Semester

Mari M. Peddycoart

S166

Getting Students to Acknowledge They’re Stakeholders in Their Learning

Donna A. HiestandTupper, Christine S. Mirbaha, Kristin M. Duckworth

S169

Inquiry in Differential Equations: A Teacher’s Reflections (Handout)

Keith Nabb
