RUME Seminar
Fall 2024
August 29
10:00am (CDT) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
 SIGMAA RUME Annual Business Meeting 
August 22
10:30am (CDT) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
 Organizational Meeting and Overview of RUME at OU 
Spring 2024
April 26
12:30pm (CDT) Room 430 
Jessi Lajos
Utah State University  An Updated Conceptualization of the Intuition Construct for Mathematics Education Research 
April 19
12:30pm (CDT) Room 430 
Cory Wilson
Oklahoma State University  A Review of Literature on Student Conceptions and Understandings of Equivalence 
April 12
12:30pm (CDT) Room 430 
April Richardson
Oklahoma State University  Students’ reasoning about equivalence with functions and nonfunctions in Abstract Algebra 
March 29
12:30pm (CDT) 430 
Stepan Paul (North Carolina State University), Dusty Grundmeier (The Ohio State University), & Deborah MooreRusso (University of Oklahoma)
 3D Manipulatives in Integral Calculus: Student Achievement and Confidence in Solids of Revolution Tasks 
March 15
12:30pm (CDT) Room 430 
Tomoya Tatsuno
University of Oklahoma  Teachers’ Mistakes as an Instructional Tool: Mistake Game 
March 8
12:30pm (CST) Room 430 
 Lesson Planning Practices of Undergraduate Mathematics Instructors: What Do We Know? 
March 1
12:30pm (CST) 430 
 RUME Conference Reflections 
February 16
12:30pm (CST) 430 
Jeff Meyer , Sepideh Stewart, Avery Madden
CSU San Bernardino & OU  Teaching Proofs in a Second Linear Algebra Course: A Mathematician’s Resources, Orientations, Goals, and Continual Decision Makings 
February 9
12:30pm (CST) 430 
Paul Regier, Ashley Berger, Allison Dorko
USAO, OU, OSU  Instructor and Coordinator Perspectives within FirstYear Mathematics Courses 
February 2
12:30pm (CST) Room 430 
Ryan Peffer
Washington State University  Using CAS to Promote Students’ Ways of Thinking Through Observation and Conjectures: The Case of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors 
January 26
12:30pm (CST) 430 
Anna Mikulo & Caleb Judkins
University of Oklahoma  
January 19
12:30pm (CST) Room 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Teaching and RUME with (or without) Generative AI 
Show semesters preceding Spring 2024
Fall 2023
December 7
10:30am (CST) Room 430 
Jonathan Troup
California State University Bakersfield (CSUB)  Visualizing Triple Integral Bounds via Embodied and Symbolic Reasoning in Virtual Reality 
November 30
10:30am (CST) PHSC 430 
Lucas Yong
University of Oklahoma  Overview of Sinclair & Gol Tabaghi’s Paper: Drawing space: mathematicians’ kinetic conceptions of eigenvectors 
November 16
10:30am (CST) PHSC430 
Ryan Peffer
Washington State University  Incorporating Digital Interactive Figures: Facilitating Student Exploration Into Properties of Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors 
November 9
10:30am (CST) PHSC 430 
Caleb Judkins
University of Oklahoma  
November 2
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Anna Mikulo
University of Oklahoma  
October 26
10:30am (CDT) 430 
Paul Dawkins
Texas State University  A researchbased approach to teaching logic and proof techniques for undergraduate introduction to proofs 
October 19
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Richard Velasco
University of Oklahoma, Department of Instructional Leadership and Academic Curriculum  Reimagining and Rehumanizing Mathematics for a Math Teacher Education Program 
October 12
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Maria Meehan
University College Dublin, Ireland  Video recordings to complement, or substitute for, the firstyear mathematics lecture: One lecturer’s journey 
September 28
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Jeff Meyer
California State University, San Bernardino  Productive and Impactful Meanings in Linear Algebra 
September 21
10:30am (CDT) 430 
Jessi Lajos
Utah State University  
September 14
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Collaboration within the mathematics community 
September 7
10:30am (CDT) 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  An analysis of data analysis: An example of a RUME qualitative study 
August 31
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  
August 24
10:30am (CDT) Room 430 
 Introduction to Math Education Seminars Fall 2023 
Spring 2023
May 4
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Lucas Yong
University of Oklahoma  Overview of Zandieh et al.'s Paper: Exploring everyday examples to explain basis: Insights into student understanding from students in Germany 
April 27
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Mae Glock
University of Oklahoma  Review of the paper "Analyzing the Nature of University Students’ Difficulties with Algebra in Calculus: Students’ Voices during Problem Solving" 
April 20
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Heather Johnson, Gary Olsen, Belin Tsinnajinnie, Livvia Bechtold
University of ColoradoDenver, University of ColoradoDenver, West Ed, University of ColoradoDenver  Boundary Transitions Within, Across, and Beyond a Set of Digital Resources: Brokering in College Algebra 
April 13
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Antonio Estevan Martinez, Jessica Gehrtz, Chris Rasmussen, Talia LaTonaTequida, Kristen Vroom
San Diego State, University of TexasSan Antonio, San Diego State, San Diego State, Oregon State  Course Coordinator Orientations Toward their Work and Opportunities for Professional Development 
April 6
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Sean Yee, Jessica Deshler, Kimberly Cervello Rogers, Robert Petrulis, Christopher Potvin, James Sweeney
University of South Carolina, West Virginia University, Bowling Green, EPRE Consulting, Michigan State, Coker College  Bridging the gap between observation protocols and formative feedback 
March 30
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Alisa Ediger
University of Oklahoma  Overview of Marzocchi & Soto's Paper: From the front lines of active learning: Lessons learned from those who are trying 
March 23
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Sajal Halder
University of Oklahoma  Overview of Martsching's Paper: Students’ Mathematical Reasoning With and About Representations 
March 9
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Allison Dorko and John Paul Cook
Oklahoma State University  A Case Study of Why Three Students Learned from Homework Instead of Lecture 
March 2
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Keith Gallagher & Nicole Engelke Infante
University of NebraskaOmaha  The Role of Visual Representations in Identifying Key Ideas: A Case Study from Topology 
February 16
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Rachel Funk, Karina Uhing, Molly Williams
University of NebraskaLincoln, University of NebraskaOmaha, Murray State University  A Snapshot of Three Studies: Conceptualizing and Connecting Active Learning (AL) and Equitable and Inclusive Teaching (EIT) in Undergraduate Mathematics 
February 9
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Qualitative Research Methods in Mathematics Education 
February 2
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Stinson (2020) and Reflection on Worldviews 
January 26
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  Recognizing the Rhythm of Writing and Presenting Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education 
Fall 2022
December 8
1:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Milos Savic and Cory Wilson
University of Oklahoma  Comparing Student and Instructor Perspectives of Teaching Actions to Foster Creativity 
November 17
1:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Sajal Halder
University of Oklahoma  Counterexamples and Refutations in Undergraduate Mathematics 
November 3
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Jessica Lajos
Colorado State University  Planting Seeds through Embodiment to Teach Formal Concepts of Abstract Algebra 
October 27
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Alisa Ediger
University of Oklahoma  Can discussion boards disrupt gendered and racialized discussion patterns in math classes? 
October 20
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  A Study of the Consistency in New York State First Year Math Exams 
October 13
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
 Making Mathematics Meaningful for All Students: An Exploration of SelfEfficacy in Teaching Mathematics 
September 29
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
 A Quantitative Critical Analysis of Instructional Practices and Math Identity 
September 22
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
 Confronting Abstraction: An Analysis of Mathematicians’ Concept Images and Definitions 
September 15
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
 How Students Learn Math Best: Tutors’ Beliefs about Themselves Versus Their Tutees 
September 8
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Meijun Zhu
University of Oklahoma  How to prepare for college math 
September 1
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
 Department's Openness to Change. A Study from Calculus Instructors' Perceptions 
August 25
1:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education Seminar  Introduction 
Spring 2022
April 25
2:00pm (CDT) Zoom 
Kate Raymond
University of Oklahoma  Preparing PreService Teachers of Mathematics to Choose Tasks 
April 18
2:00pm (CDT) Zoom 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Lessons learned from an exponential learning module 
April 11
2:00pm (CDT) Zoom 
Milos Savic and Houssein El Turkey
University of Oklahoma, University of New Haven  Designing Calculus Tasks to Foster Creative Mathematical Thinking 
March 28
2:00pm (CDT) Zoom 
Michael Oehrtman
Oklahoma State University  Advanced Students’ Operationalization of Quantification in Analysis 
March 21
2:00pm (CDT) Zoom 
Josiah Ireland
Oklahoma State University  Investigating the pedagogical practices of a mathematics instructor participating in an inquiryoriented professional development initiative: An exploratory case study 
March 7
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  Framing Research: A SelfStudy of Theoretical Frameworks Used in Recent Months 
February 28
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
Jeffrey Meyer
California State University, San Bernardino  Dynamic Visualizations in Linear Algebraic Reasoning 
February 21
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
 What’s the Norm? Instructors Justify their Active Learning Moves and Decisions 
February 14
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
 Influences on Problem Solving Practices of Emerging Mathematicians 
February 7
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
 A Preservice Teacher’s Experience of Mathematical Research 
January 31
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 
 Preservice secondary teachers’ reasoning about static and dynamic representations of function 
January 24
2:00pm (CST) Zoom 

Fall 2021
November 17
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Thembinkosi (Peter) Mkhatshwa
Miami University Ohio  Investigating Students’ Thinking about Fundamental Concepts/Topics in Calculus Through the Lens of Quantitative and Covariational Reasoning 
November 10
2:30pm (CST) Zoom 
Dr. Mollee Shultz
Texas State University  Instructional DecisionMaking around InquiryOriented Instructional Practices and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy 
November 3
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Dr. Kaitlyn Serbin
University of Texas  Rio Grande Valley  Prospective Teachers’ Understanding of Connections Between Inverses, Identities, and Binary Operations 
October 27
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
V. Rani Satyam
Virginia Commonwealth University  Affect Graphing: Leveraging Graphical Representations in the Study of Students' Affect in Mathematics 
October 20
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Amanda Lake Heath
Middle Tennessee State University  Collaborative Creativity in Proving: Adapting a Measurement Tool for Group Use 
October 13
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Micah Godfrey
University of Oklahoma  Proof and Problem Solving: an Article Review 
September 29
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Antonio Martinez
San Diego State University  Exploring Factors that Contribute to the Development of One’s Mathematical Identity 
September 22
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Dr. Alison Mirin
University of Arizona  Disability Accommodations in College: Alarming Discrimination in Mathematics 
September 15
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Dr. Estrella Johnson
Virginia Tech  Undergraduate Math and Science Instructor’s Attitudes, Beliefs, and Views on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity 
September 1
2:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Miloš Savić
University of Oklahoma  RUME  PhD, MS, and Departmental Teaching Certificate 
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  SelfAssessment 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 RealWorld 
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 MooreRusso
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 Noncreative 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 FirstYear Mathematics: An alternative to exams 
October 16
8:30am (CDT) Zoom 
Deborah MooreRusso
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 
Spring 2020
April 27
12:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
Rosaura Uscanga Lomeli
Oklahoma State University  REMINDER: An Investigation of Students’ Thinking about Functions in Abstract Algebra 
April 20
12:30pm (CDT) 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 InquiryBased Mathematics Education Practices 
April 6
12:30pm (CDT) Zoom 
V. Rani Satyam
Virginia Commonwealth University  Affective Pathways of Undergraduate Students While Engaged in Proof Construction Tasks 
March 23
12:30pm (CDT) Online 
Math Department
University of Oklahoma  Checking In 
March 9
12:35pm (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Shifting Pedagogical Beliefs into Action Through Teaching for Mathematical Creativity 
February 24
12:35pm (CST) 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
12:30pm (CST) PHSC 430 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Examining the Qualities of Schema in Topology 
February 10
12:35pm (CST) PHSC 430 
Jessica Lajos
University of Oklahoma  A Tour of Cognitive Transformations of Semiotic Representations in Advanced Mathematical Thinking 
February 3
12:35pm (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Undergraduate Learning Assistants and Mathematical Discourse in ActiveLearning Precalculus 
January 27
12:30pm (CST) PHSC 430 
Paul Regier
 The Impact of CreativityFostering Instruction on Student Selfefficacy in Upperlevel Undergraduate Mathematics 
Fall 2019
December 4
4:00pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
 Reflecting on Mathematics Education Research on Calculus 
November 20
4:00pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  Introduction to the APOSSlope Framework 
November 13
4:00pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Paul Regier
University of Oklahoma  How problem posing can impact student motivation: a case study 
November 6
4:00pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Discussion of two papers on calculus
 Transitionoriented pedagogies in university calculus; Designing textbooks 
October 30
4:00pm (CDT) 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
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
 Discussion of Törner and Sangwin's papers 
October 16
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Examining unresolved difficulties with school algebra in calculus 
October 9
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Discussion of two papers on calculus
 
October 2
4:00pm (CDT) 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
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Examining the Qualities of Schema in Topology 
September 18
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Discussion of Wangberg and Viirman's papers
 Raising Calculus to the Surface; What to do when there is no formula? 
September 11
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Discussion of Monaghan and Nilsen's papers
 The place of limits in elementary calculus courses; Reflections on the FTC 
September 4
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Discussion of Pat Thompson's paper
 Making the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus Fundamental to Students' Calculus 
August 28
4:00pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
David Tall (via video)
University of Warwick  Making Human Sense of Calculus 
Spring 2019
April 29
3:00  4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Ben Gochanour
University of Oklahoma  Investigating Math Motivation and Math Anxiety in Undergraduates 
April 22
3:00  4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Allison Dorko
Oklahoma State University  Red X's and Green Checks: A Preliminary Model of Student Learning from Online Homework 
April 15
3:00  4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz
University of Oklahoma  Reflection on Teaching Philosophy 
April 8
3:00  4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Future of RUME seminar  Talk by Allison Dorko CANCELLED 
April 2
3:30  4:30 PM (CDT) LL123 Bizzell Library 
Roger Howe
Yale University  Teachers' Institutes 
March 11
3:00  4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
RUME Conference Participants
University of Oklahoma  Reflections on the RUME conference 
March 4
3:00  4:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Kerstin Pettersson
Stockholm University, Sweden  Smallgroups teaching in university mathematics – what did the students learn? 
February 25
3:00 PM  4:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
John Paul Cook
Oklahoma State University  Monsterbarring as a Catalyst for Connecting Secondary Algebra to Abstract Algebra 
February 18
3:004:00 (CST) PHSC 430 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Examining unresolved difficulties with school algebra in calculus 
February 4
3:00 PM  4:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Katherine (Kaki) Simmons
University of Oklahoma  Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students’ Perspectives on Undergraduate Mathematics Experience 
January 28
3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Paul Regier
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Problem Posing and SelfDetermination Theory 
January 14
3:00  4:00 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  The 3 dimensions of fostering creativity in the classroom 
Fall 2018
November 19
1:30 PM  3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz & Deborah MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  MAA's Instructional Practices & AMATYC's recent IMPACT document 
November 5
1:30 PM  3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz
University of Oklahoma  MAA's Suggested Instructional Practices to Foster Engagement 
October 25
1:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz
University of Oklahoma  MAA Suggested Instructional Practices to Foster Engagement 
October 15
1:30 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Insights and Recommendations from the MAA's National Calculus Study 
October 1
1:30 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz
University of Oklahoma  Overview of Standards for the First Two Years of College Math 
September 17
1:30 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Deb MooreRusso
University of Oklahoma  Recent History of Standards Movements in Math Education in the US 
August 20
1:30 PM  3:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
OU RUME group
 RUME Seminar Organization 
Spring 2018
April 23
12:30  1:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Roundtable Session
University of Oklahoma  Best of 2018 
April 2
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Andrew Lutz
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Questions in the Classroom article 
March 26
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Kyle McConnell
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Role of Evaluation in ResearchPractice Integration 
March 12
12:30  1:30 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Examining Intersections of Inquiry, Equity, and Creativity 
March 5
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the RUME Paper "Didactical Disciplinary Literacy" 
February 26
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
RUME Conference Participants
University of Oklahoma  Debriefing of the 21st Annual RUME Conference 
February 19
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Schema Development in an Introductory Topology Proof 
February 12
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Sepideh Stewart and Jonathan Troup
University of Oklahoma  Teaching Linear Algebra: Modeling One Instructor’s Decisions to Move between the Worlds of Mathematical Thinking 
February 5
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Paul Regier
University of Oklahoma  How may Fostering Creativity build Student Selfefficacy for Proving? 
January 29
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Productive Failures: From Pedagogical Requirement to PeerLed Support Group 
January 22
12:30 PM  1:20 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Interactive Discussion on Slightly Changing Tasks to Promote Mathematical Creativity 
Fall 2017
December 4
2:303:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
November 20
2:303:20 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
November 13
2:303:20 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
November 6
2:303:20 (CST) Room 430 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
October 30
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
October 23
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
October 16
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
October 9
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematicsLearning Styles: Concepts and Evidence 
October 2
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics: Reification as the Birth of Metaphor 
September 25
2:303:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
September 18
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
September 11
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion with Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
August 28
2:303:20 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
University of Oklahoma  Research on visualization in learning and teaching mathematics 
August 21
2:303:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  RESEARCH ON VISUALIZATION IN LEARNING AND TEACHING MATHEMATICS 
Spring 2017
May 1
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Kyle McConnell
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
April 24
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
April 17
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Molly Beauchamp
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
April 10
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Mollie MillsWeis
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
April 3
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Casey Haskins
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
March 27
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
March 20
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Reflection on Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
March 6
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 7 
February 27
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 6 
February 20
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 5 
February 17
1:30 pm2:20 pm (CST) HCLC Community Room, Rm. 118 , Lower Level 1, Bizzell Memorial Library 
Jonathan Troup
University of Oklahoma  Developing Students’ Reasoning about the Derivative of ComplexValued Functions with the Aid of Geometer’s Sketchpad (GSP) 
February 13
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 4 
February 6
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion  Moderator: Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  The State of Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 3 
January 30
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Round Table Discussion Moderator: Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  The State of Mathematics Education Research at University Level  Part 2 
January 23
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  The State of Mathematics Education Research at University Level 
Fall 2016
December 5
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Visualization paper 
November 28
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Blog post on Examples 
November 21
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Blind Mathematicians Paper 
November 16
4:00 PM  5:00 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Blind Mathematicians Paper 
November 14
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Balance in instruction 
November 7
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Bryant Wilson
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Remedial Math and Quantitative Courses paper 
October 31
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Mahesh Sunkula
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Teaching Methods Comparison of a Large Calculus Course 
October 24
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Benny paper 
October 17
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ore Adekoya
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Proof and Problem Solving, Part 2 
October 10
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ore Adekoya
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Proof and Problem Solving at the University Level, Part 1 
October 3
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Kim Karlic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Textbooks and Continuity 
September 26
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Mahesh Sunkula
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Time Constraints and Calculus Teaching paper 
September 19
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Kim Karlic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of "Ways in which engaging in someone else's reasoning is productive" 
September 12
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Jieru Zhu
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of "Student connections among counting problems: an exploration using actororiented transfer" 
August 29
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Two Implementations of Teaching Mathematical Creativity in Proving paper 
August 22
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Introduction and discussion of "Secret Mathematical Menu" 
Spring 2016
May 2
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  A time for reflection: Highlights from some of the papers we discussed this semester!! 
April 25
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussing the paper, titled: Ways in which engaging in someone elses reasoning is productive 
April 11
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ashley Berger
University of Oklahoma  Resequencing Skills and Concepts in Applied Calculus Using the Computer as a Tool 
April 4
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Contemplating visualization as an epistemological learning tool in mathematics 
March 28
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Jimmy Tran
University of Oklahoma, Department of Psychology  The four A's of Technology and Pedagogy 
March 21
12:301:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Types of VisualSpatial Representations and Mathematical Problem Solving 
March 7
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Kim Do
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the paper byJennifer E. Szydlik and Carol E. Seaman 
February 29
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
RUME Conference attendees
 Highlights from the 2016 RUME Conference 
February 22
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Physics: Bridging the embodied and symbolic worlds of mathematical thinking 
February 15
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
David Plaxco
University of Oklahoma  Reclaiming during proof production 
February 8
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Jieru Zhu
University of Oklahoma  With an Eye on the Mathematical Horizon: Dilemmas of Teaching Elementary School Mathematics. Jieru Zhu will lead the discussion of the paper by Deborah Ball. The paper can be downloaded from: https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=88A2E1C9470B2911!111&authkey=!AL1SQIAlCJ1H4yI&ithint=file%2cpdf 
February 1
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  FROM PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPRISONMENT TO INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM – THE DIFFERENT ROLES THAT SCHOOL MATHEMATICS CAN TAKE IN STUDENT’S LIVES. 
January 25
12:301:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  The Teaching for Robust Understanding (TRU) Framework 
Fall 2015
December 7
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Presentation of "Two Proving Strategies of Highly Successful Math Majors" by Zazkis et al. 
November 30
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  How much time do students spend on homework in a proofbased inquirybased learning course? PLUS BONUS TALK! 
November 23
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Mahesh Sunkula
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Tall's Visualization Paper 
November 16
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Oreoluwa Adekoya
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of PreCalculus Teaching Paper 
November 9
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  TALK CANCELLED THIS WEEK 
November 2
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of a MetaAnalysis of Learning Styles Literature 
October 26
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Emotional Experiences in Linear Algebra 
October 19
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Dania Sheaib
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Visualization Paper 
October 12
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Visualization Paper 
October 5
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Teaching Episode of Geometry Proof and Focus Group Feedback 
September 28
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Exhaustion Leads to Paperless Talk: The Case of the OK RUME Conference Organizer 
September 21
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Fostering Mathematical Curiosity paper 
September 14
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Student Resistance paper 
August 31
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of "Benefits of IBL Instruction for Women and Men" article 
August 24
1:30 PM  2:20 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Introduction Meeting 
Spring 2015
April 28
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Ely and Adams "What is x?" paper 
April 21
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 228 (NOTE THE PLACE) 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of The Language of Mathematics Book 
April 14
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Teaching with Diagrams paper 
April 7
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Salam Turki
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of APOS Article 
March 31
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Salam Turki
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Creativity Crisis Paper 
March 24
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Henderson Paper 
March 10
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Talented Tertiary Students Paper 
March 6
9:30 AM  10:30 AM (CST) PHSC 430 
Chris Rasmussen
San Diego State University  Discussion of RUME Research 
March 5
4:00 PM  5:00 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Chris Rasmussen
San Diego State University  Findings from a National Study of Calculus I Programs 
February 24
2:00  3:00 (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Recap of RUME Conference (Optional due to weather) 
February 10
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Linear algebra in the three worlds of mathematical thinking: The effect of permuting worlds on students' performance 
February 3
2:00  3:00 (CST) PHSC 430 
Tetsuya Yamamoto
University of Oklahoma  Students' difficulties with the opening stage in proof construction 
January 27
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Article on Conditional Inference 
Fall 2014
December 2
2:00 PM  3:00 PM (CST) PHSC 1105 
Tetsuya Yamamoto
University of Oklahoma  A model of the Structure of Proof Construction 
November 4
2:00  3:00 (NOTE THE TIME!) (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Didactical Contract paper 
October 21
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of paper by Kung and Speer (2009) 
October 14
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Schoenfeld's Article 
October 7
2:00  3:00 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Edwards: Students (Mis)Use of Definition 
September 30
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Maher and Martino (1996) 
September 23
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  CreativityinProgress Rubric on Proving 
September 18
4:00 PM  5:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Stacy Brown
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona  Karcher Colloquium Talk 
September 9
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Dr. T paper 
September 2
2:00  3:00 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of Kirschner (2006) "Why minimal guidance in instruction does not work" 
August 19
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 430 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Discussion of the Calculus paper 
Spring 2014
April 30
3:304:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
John Paul Cook
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma  Struggling to Notice and Comprehend the ZeroProduct Property 
April 23
3:304:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Andrew Bucki
Langston University  New Educational Program in Mathematics For STEMC 
April 9
3:304:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Ralf Schmidt
University of Oklahoma  LIVING IT UP IN THE FORMAL WORLD: AN ABSTRACT ALGEBRAISTS TEACHING JOURNEY 
March 5
3:304:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Semion Gutman
University of Oklahoma  Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics 
February 19
3:304:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Eric Abraham
University of Oklahoma  Blended Courses for Introductory Physics 
January 22
3:304:30 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  How can we (or should we) assess undergraduate students creativity? 
Fall 2013
November 15
5:006:00 pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Clarissa Thompson
University of Oklahoma  Numerical landmarks are useful, except when they are not. 
November 8
5:006:00 pm (CST) PHSC 1105 
Thomas Madsen
University of Oklahoma  Concept image and concept definition in mathematics 
November 1
5:006:00 pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Misun Lee
University of Oklahoma  Understanding an Instructors Teaching Resources in Calculus 
October 25
5:006:00 pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Rebecca Thomas
University of Oklahoma  Designing a Proofs ClassSome Thoughts 
October 18
5:006:00 pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Jeff Meyer
University of Oklahoma  Analysis Of Classroom Objectives: Conception to Perception 
October 4
5:006:00 pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Milos Savic
University of Oklahoma  Mathematicians views on transitiontoproof and advanced mathematics courses 
September 27
5:006:00 pm (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Tetsuya Yamamoto
University of Oklahoma  Analyzing Students' Difficulties with Proof Construction 
September 20
4:00 PM (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Annie Selden
New Mexico State University  Lessons Learned from a Career in Mathematics Education Research 
Spring 2013
April 22
4:305:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Henry Zepeda
University of Oklahoma  Quantification and Axiomatic Structure in Medieval Commentaries on Ptolemy's Almagest 
March 11
4:455:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Kansas Conrady
University of Oklahoma  Promoting metacognitive development in the mathematics classroom 
March 5
4:305:30 (CST) PHSC 416 
Dr. Ji Hong
University of Oklahoma  A longitudinal case study exploring perceived discrepancies between math teachers beliefs and practices. 
January 28
4:305:20 (CST) PHSC 1105 
Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Taking clickers to the next level: A contingent teaching model 
Fall 2012
September 10
1:30  2:30 (CDT) PHSC 1105 
Dr. Sepideh Stewart
University of Oklahoma  Emphasising Language and Visualisation in Teaching Linear Algebra 