RUME Seminar


Spring 2021

May 7
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Jessica Lajos
University of Oklahoma
Abstract Algebra Students' Representational Fluency during a Collapsing Structure Task
April 30
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Anthony Cronin & Sepideh Stewart
University College Dublin & OU
An Analysis of Tutors’ Responses to Linear Algebra Students’ Queries in a Mathematics Center
April 23
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma
The "Knowing How" of Topology
April 16
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Courtney Nagle & Pat Kelly
Penn State Behrend
Self-Assessment and Reflection in Precalculus and Calculus
April 9
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Nicole Infante
West Virginia University
How Gesture Facilitates Diagram Construction and Problem Solving (Note the earlier start time)
March 26
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Lora Park
University at Buffalo, SUNY (Department of Psychology)
Giving Feedback to College Students in Math: Insights from the Lab to the Real-World
March 19
9:00am (CDT)
Zoom
Aaron Weinberg
Ithaca College
Student Learning from Instructional Calculus Videos
March 12
9:00am (CST)
Zoom
Nick Long and Steven Jones
Stephen F. Austin University and Brigham Young University
Calculus in Virtual Reality: Studying VR Resources as Lessons and Manipulatives
February 26
9:00am (CST)
Zoom
Rafael Martinez Planell
University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
Student Understanding of Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
February 19
9:00am (CST)
Zoom
Kaki Simmons
Arizona State
Sign Language Variation and Iconicity in Undergraduate Mathematics
February 12
9:00am (CST)
Zoom
Deborah Moore-Russo
University of Oklahoma
Theoretical Framing of Digital Resource Use in Mathematics Education

Fall 2020

December 11
8:30am (CST)
Zoom
Jessica Lajos
University of Oklahoma
A Methodology that Incorporates a New Survey Instrument to Characterize Non-creative versus Creative Forms of Intuition
November 13
8:30am (CST)
Zoom
Doug Corey
Brigham Young University
On A Knowledge Base for Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics
November 6
8:30am (CST)
Zoom
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma
Portfolio Assignments in First-Year Mathematics: An alternative to exams
October 16
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Deborah Moore-Russo
University of Oklahoma
University Calculus Students' Understanding of Slope
October 9
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Jeffrey Meyer
California State University, San Bernardino
Learning Through the Triad: Cryptography, Number Theory, and Programming
September 18
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma
Calculus Students’ Definitions of Mathematical Creativity and its Association to Power
September 11
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma
Linear Algebra Thinking in the Embodied, Symbolic and Formal Worlds
September 4
8:30am (CDT)
Zoom
Željka Milin Šipuš
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, University of Zagreb, Croatia, EU
Students’ understanding of geometrical objects (curves and surfaces) in multidimensional analysis
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