## Mathematics Education Seminar – Past Talks

*All talks in or after Spring 2019 are accessible through the UConn Events Calendar.*

The table below is of talks prior to Spring 2019.

The table below is of talks prior to Spring 2019.

9/25/06

Mathematics Education Seminar

An undergraduate writing course in Mathematics

Fabiana Cardetti (University of Connecticut)

An undergraduate writing course in Mathematics

Fabiana Cardetti (University of Connecticut)

10/11/06

Mathematics Education Seminar

A Scientist in the Classroom: an Educational Outreach Program at the University of Marseille, France

Paul-Jean Cahen

A Scientist in the Classroom: an Educational Outreach Program at the University of Marseille, France

Paul-Jean Cahen

10/30/06

Mathematics Education Seminar

The Teaching of Calculus: What Changes Are on the Horizon?

Deborah Hughes Hallett (University of Arizona/Harvard University)

The Teaching of Calculus: What Changes Are on the Horizon?

Deborah Hughes Hallett (University of Arizona/Harvard University)

11/15/06

Mathematics Education Seminar

Preparation for Sciences: Integrating Intermediate Algebra and Mathematical Modeling

Sarah Glaz (University of Connecticut)

Preparation for Sciences: Integrating Intermediate Algebra and Mathematical Modeling

Sarah Glaz (University of Connecticut)

2/21/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

Habits of Mind: An organizing principle for mathematics curriculum and instruction

Michelle Manes

Habits of Mind: An organizing principle for mathematics curriculum and instruction

Michelle Manes

3/14/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

K-12 Mathematics Education: Problems, Progress and Possibilities

Megan Staples (University of Connecticut)

K-12 Mathematics Education: Problems, Progress and Possibilities

Megan Staples (University of Connecticut)

3/28/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

Are Mathematicians Good Problem Solvers?

Chuck Vinsonhaler (University of Connecticut)

Are Mathematicians Good Problem Solvers?

Chuck Vinsonhaler (University of Connecticut)

4/4/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

High School Calculus in Japan and the United States

Thomas Judson (Harvard University)

High School Calculus in Japan and the United States

Thomas Judson (Harvard University)

11/26/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

Assessing mathematics teacher candidates through an ‘Advanced Mathematics for High School Teaching’ Course

Pete Johnson and Hari Koirala

Assessing mathematics teacher candidates through an ‘Advanced Mathematics for High School Teaching’ Course

Pete Johnson and Hari Koirala

12/3/07

Mathematics Education Seminar

Mathematics in the Making: First Guess; then Prove

Mary Truxaw

Mathematics in the Making: First Guess; then Prove

Mary Truxaw

2/5/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

The game of Hex and other mathematics topics for K-12 teachers.

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo (Cornell University)

The game of Hex and other mathematics topics for K-12 teachers.

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo (Cornell University)

2/8/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

A Place For Everyone

Karen Lange (University of Chicago)

A Place For Everyone

Karen Lange (University of Chicago)

3/31/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

Project M^3: Mentoring Mathematical Minds

Kathy Gavin, Tutita Casa, and Jill Adelson (University of Connecticut)

Project M^3: Mentoring Mathematical Minds

Kathy Gavin, Tutita Casa, and Jill Adelson (University of Connecticut)

4/21/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

Knowing Mathematics Well Enough to Teach It: What More Does It Take?

Heather Hill (Harvard Graduate School of Education)

Knowing Mathematics Well Enough to Teach It: What More Does It Take?

Heather Hill (Harvard Graduate School of Education)

11/6/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

Math Ed Conversation

Math Ed Conversation

11/19/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

Math ACCESS: Academic Content and Communication Equals Student Success

Megan Staples and Mary Truxaw (University of Connecticut)

Math ACCESS: Academic Content and Communication Equals Student Success

Megan Staples and Mary Truxaw (University of Connecticut)

12/1/08

Mathematics Education Seminar

An Approach to Teaching Structural Properties of Arithmetic to Teachers

Jeremy Teitelbaum

An Approach to Teaching Structural Properties of Arithmetic to Teachers

Jeremy Teitelbaum

2/11/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

Part 1: Peer Tutoring at the Quantitative Learning Center

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo and Tom Roby (University of Connecticut)

Part 1: Peer Tutoring at the Quantitative Learning Center

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo and Tom Roby (University of Connecticut)

2/18/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

Part 2: UConn’s Quantitative Learning Center: Research and Future Directions

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo and Tom Roby (University of Connecticut)

Part 2: UConn’s Quantitative Learning Center: Research and Future Directions

Alvaro Lozano-Robledo and Tom Roby (University of Connecticut)

2/25/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

Blogging for Education

Stephen Miller (University of Connecticut)

Blogging for Education

Stephen Miller (University of Connecticut)

3/30/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

A Perspective of Experts in Mathematics on Understanding the First-Year Calculus

Kimberly Santucci Sofronas (Emmanuel College)

A Perspective of Experts in Mathematics on Understanding the First-Year Calculus

Kimberly Santucci Sofronas (Emmanuel College)

10/8/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

The learning of fractions: How can it be built on the learning of whole numbers?

Liping Ma

The learning of fractions: How can it be built on the learning of whole numbers?

Liping Ma

10/28/09

Mathematics Education Seminar

Justification as a disciplinary practice and a learning practice: Negotiating its meaning in classroom.

Megan Staples (UConn Neag School of Education)

Justification as a disciplinary practice and a learning practice: Negotiating its meaning in classroom.

Megan Staples (UConn Neag School of Education)

3/18/10

Mathematics Education Seminar

Linear Algebra Education Reform: Building a strong sequence of undergraduate linear algebra courses.

Steven J. Leon (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)

Linear Algebra Education Reform: Building a strong sequence of undergraduate linear algebra courses.

Steven J. Leon (University of Massachusetts Dartmouth)

4/1/10

Mathematics Education Seminar

The Common Core State Standards in Mathematics

William McCallum (University of Arizona)

The Common Core State Standards in Mathematics

William McCallum (University of Arizona)

4/22/10

Mathematics Education Seminar

Elementary teachers as mathematicians: Turning challenges into opportunities

Kenneth I. Gross (University of Vermont)

Elementary teachers as mathematicians: Turning challenges into opportunities

Kenneth I. Gross (University of Vermont)

9/23/10

Mathematics Education Seminar

Memorization or understanding: are we teaching the right thing?

Eric Mazur (Harvard University)

Memorization or understanding: are we teaching the right thing?

Eric Mazur (Harvard University)

2/17/11

Mathematics Education Seminar

Chaos and Fractals: Exciting Students About Mathematics

Robert Devaney (Boston University)

Chaos and Fractals: Exciting Students About Mathematics

Robert Devaney (Boston University)

11/16/11

Mathematics Education Seminar

If It Pleases the Court: The Use of Mathematical Reasoning in the Courtroom

Mark Myers (Point Break Associates, LLC)

If It Pleases the Court: The Use of Mathematical Reasoning in the Courtroom

Mark Myers (Point Break Associates, LLC)

11/1/12

Mathematics Education Seminar

Algebra: The Calisthenics for the Game of Life

Herbert Gross (Math as a Second Language)

Algebra: The Calisthenics for the Game of Life

Herbert Gross (Math as a Second Language)

11/5/14

Mathematics Education Seminar

Flipping the Dice

Jonathan Bloom (MIT)

Flipping the Dice

Jonathan Bloom (MIT)

2/4/15

Mathematics Education Seminar

CRITICALITY IN (FOREIGN LANGUAGE) EDUCATION

Michael Byram (Durham University)

CRITICALITY IN (FOREIGN LANGUAGE) EDUCATION

Michael Byram (Durham University)

4/4/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

When Teachers Make Students Argue in MathÖ

Steven LeMay (University of Connecticut)

When Teachers Make Students Argue in MathÖ

Steven LeMay (University of Connecticut)

4/11/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

When Teachers Make Students Argue in MathÖ

Steven LeMay (University of Connecticut)

When Teachers Make Students Argue in MathÖ

Steven LeMay (University of Connecticut)

4/19/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

Explicitly Valuing Mathematical Creativity in Proof-Based Courses

Houssein El-Turkey (University of New Haven)

Explicitly Valuing Mathematical Creativity in Proof-Based Courses

Houssein El-Turkey (University of New Haven)

4/28/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

Mathematical Writing: What is it?

Madelyn Williams Colonnese (University of Connecticut)

Mathematical Writing: What is it?

Madelyn Williams Colonnese (University of Connecticut)

10/25/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

Mathematical Argumentation: Progress and Challenges

Megan Staples (University of Connecticut)

Mathematical Argumentation: Progress and Challenges

Megan Staples (University of Connecticut)

11/7/16

Mathematics Education Seminar

Studying Teacher Learning: The Challenges Associated with Documenting the Effects of Professional Development

Suzanne Wilson (University of Connecticut)

Studying Teacher Learning: The Challenges Associated with Documenting the Effects of Professional Development

Suzanne Wilson (University of Connecticut)

3/22/17

Mathematics Education Seminar

Redirection and Other Methodological Conceptions Supportive of Students Sensemaking in Model-Based Learning Environments

Todd Campbell (University of Connecticut)

Redirection and Other Methodological Conceptions Supportive of Students Sensemaking in Model-Based Learning Environments

Todd Campbell (University of Connecticut)

4/13/17

Mathematics Education Seminar

Proof-Writing vs. Proving: Do Our Students Know Thereís a Difference?

Rachel Schwell (Central Connecticut State University)

Proof-Writing vs. Proving: Do Our Students Know Thereís a Difference?

Rachel Schwell (Central Connecticut State University)

11/8/17

Mathematics Education Seminar

Designing and Implementing Online Programs in Mathematics Courses for Students with Prerequisite Deficiencies

David McArdle (University of Connecticut)

Designing and Implementing Online Programs in Mathematics Courses for Students with Prerequisite Deficiencies

David McArdle (University of Connecticut)

2/14/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Rehumanizing Mathematics: Should That Be Our Goal?

Rochelle Gutierrez (University of Illinois)

Rehumanizing Mathematics: Should That Be Our Goal?

Rochelle Gutierrez (University of Illinois)

8/31/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Coming soon

Michael Fabiana Byram, Cardetti (Durham University, UConn)

Coming soon

Michael Fabiana Byram, Cardetti (Durham University, UConn)

10/4/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Educating for Intercultural Citizenship Across the Disciplines

Michael Byram (Durham University)

Educating for Intercultural Citizenship Across the Disciplines

Michael Byram (Durham University)

10/5/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Symposium: Intellectual Humility in Education

several several (varied)

Symposium: Intellectual Humility in Education

several several (varied)

10/8/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

The Role of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Developing Intercultural Citizenship in Education – and vice versa

Michael Byram, Fabiana Cardetti, and Manuela Wagner (Durham University, UConn)

The Role of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Developing Intercultural Citizenship in Education – and vice versa

Michael Byram, Fabiana Cardetti, and Manuela Wagner (Durham University, UConn)

10/9/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Intercultural competence in the Chemistry classroom

Michael Byram, Fabiana Cardetti, and Manuela Wagner (Durham University, UConn)

Intercultural competence in the Chemistry classroom

Michael Byram, Fabiana Cardetti, and Manuela Wagner (Durham University, UConn)

10/9/18

Mathematics Education Seminar

Learning to live together with intercultural and democratic competence – a European perspective

Michael Byram (Durham University)

Learning to live together with intercultural and democratic competence – a European perspective

Michael Byram (Durham University)