# RUME Seminar

## Spring 2020

April 27
12:30 PM Zoom zoom zoom |
Rosaura Uscanga Lomeli
Oklahoma State University | REMINDER: An Investigation of Students’ Thinking about Functions in Abstract Algebra |

April 20
12:30 PM Zoom zoom zoom |
Erica R. Miller, Kimberly C. Rogers, Sean P. Yee
Virginia Commonwealth University; Bowling Green State University; University of South Carolina | Analyzing Collegiate Mathematics Observation Protocols: Attending to the Instructional Triangle and Inquiry-Based Mathematics Education Practices |

April 6
12:30 PM Zoom |
V. Rani Satyam
Virginia Commonwealth University | Affective Pathways of Undergraduate Students While Engaged in Proof Construction Tasks |

March 23
12:30 PM Online |
Math Department
University of Oklahoma | Checking In |

March 9
12:35 PM PHSC 430 |
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma | Shifting Pedagogical Beliefs into Action Through Teaching for Mathematical Creativity |

February 24
12:35 PM PHSC 430 |
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma | Linear Algebra Thinking in the Embodied, Symbolic and Formal Worlds: Students' Reasoning behind Preferring certain Worlds |

February 17
12:30 PM PHSC 430 |
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma | Examining the Qualities of Schema in Topology |

February 10
12:35 PM PHSC 430 |
Jessica Lajos
University of Oklahoma | A Tour of Cognitive Transformations of Semiotic Representations in Advanced Mathematical Thinking |

February 3
12:35 PM PHSC 430 |
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma | Undergraduate Learning Assistants and Mathematical Discourse in Active-Learning Precalculus |

January 27
12:30 PM PHSC 430 |
Paul Regier
| The Impact of Creativity-Fostering Instruction on Student Self-efficacy in Upper-level Undergraduate Mathematics |

## Fall 2019

December 4
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Sepideh Stewart
| Reflecting on Mathematics Education Research on Calculus |

November 20
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Deborah Moore-Russo
University of Oklahoma | Introduction to the APOS-Slope Framework |

November 13
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Paul Regier
University of Oklahoma | How problem posing can impact student motivation: a case study |

November 6
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of two papers on calculus
| Transition-oriented pedagogies in university calculus; Designing textbooks |

October 30
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of two papers on calculus
| Calculus as a discursive bridge for Algebra, Geometry and Analysis; The dual nature of reasoning in Calculus |

October 23
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
| Discussion of Törner and Sangwin's papers |

October 16
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma | Examining unresolved difficulties with school algebra in calculus |

October 9
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of two papers on calculus
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October 2
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of Chris Rasmussen et al. paper
University of Oklahoma | Research on Calculus: what do we know and where do we need to go? |

September 25
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma | Examining the Qualities of Schema in Topology |

September 18
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of Wangberg and Viirman's papers
| Raising Calculus to the Surface; What to do when there is no formula? |

September 11
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of Monaghan and Nilsen's papers
| The place of limits in elementary calculus courses; Reflections on the FTC |

September 4
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
Discussion of Pat Thompson's paper
| Making the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Fundamental to Students' Calculus |

August 28
4:00 PM PHSC 1105 |
David Tall (via video)
University of Warwick | Making Human Sense of Calculus |