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Friday Time
9:00 -9:45 Brian Evans - First Year Middle and High School Teachers' Mathematical Content Proficiency and Attitudes in the Teach for America (TFA) Program Janet Andreasen and Erhan Haciomeroglu - Learning to Teach in Multiple Environments: A Comparison Study William Speer et al - NCRM - RCDPM -RCML: A Look Back As We Move Forward Pat Lamphere Jordan - Middle School Algebra I Research and the National Mathematics Panel's Findings Linda Goeller - Parent Perspective: A Rural Mathematics Teacher's Action Project
10:00-10:45 Sue Brown - Improving Mathematics Methods Students' Lesson Plans Elaine Young - The Role of Emotion in Mathematical Problem Solving Robert Ashlock - John Wilson and His Ideas - Relevant for Today: A Personal Retrospective Joyce Swan - Changes in Teaching Styles and Methods: Insights from Project IMACT Gwen Carnes and James Carnes - Retention of Mathematics and Science Teachers
11:00 - 11:45 Marilyn Sue Ford and Virginia Usnick - Teachers' Self-Perceptions of their Journeys Towards Exemplary Status Thomas Faulkenberry - Mathematics Anxiety Among Elementary Education Majors James Heddens - Teaching Senior Citizens Mathematics Valerie Sharon - Pre-Service Elementary Teachers Learn About Teaching in a Mathematics Content Course Mike Turegun and Stacy Reeder - Exploring Gender Differences in College Students' Conceptual Understanding of Spread
2:00 - 2:45 Joy Black and Kathy Westbrook - Changing Content and Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Algebra Teachers Adrienne Redmond - Mathematical Language Usage of Students with Different Instructional Experiences Alan Zollman - Teacher as Engineer/Researcher/Leader: Enhancing STEM Education Carolyn Pinchback - Addressing Diversity in the Classroom Juliana Utley - Assessing Preservice Elementary Teachers' Mathematical Dispositions Kim Hartweg, Laverne Logan, and Molly Lilja - The Teaching and Learning of Probability Concepts Using TI-73 Simulations to Sixth-Grade Students
3:00 - 3:45 Sheryl Stump - Insights through Inquiry: Developing Teachers' Knowledge and Notions of Algebra David Davison and Tony Hecimovic - Increasing the Mathematics Knowledge of Elementary Teachers and Students Ted Watanabe - Developing Mathematics Knowledge for Teaching through Japanese Curriculum Methods Megan Che and Elaine Wiegert - Emergent Proportional Reasoning: Investigating Learners' Strategies in Single-Sex Mathematics Classrooms Wendy James - Identifying Problems with Students' Mathematical Ability in Science and Engineering Courses Karla Webb - Homogeneous Ability Grouping in Mathematics: The Oxymoron
4:00 - 4:45 Stacy Reeder - Number Sense and Number Operations: Improving Teacher Content and Pedagogical Knowledge in the Intermediate and Middle Grades Kerri Richardson, Sarah Smitherman Pratt, and Stephanie Kurtts - "Seeing" The Picture: Using Imagery and Representation in Mathematics Teaching and Learning Kansas Pope: Metacognition and Secondary Mathematics Education Thomas Spall & Darlinda Cassel - Out with the Old, In with the New -- Observations of Two 5th Grade Math Classes Marijane Kuback and Roland Pourdavood - Classroom Culture and Mathematics Teaching Sally Robison - The Japanese Lesson Study Model in Middle and High School Mathematics
Saturday 9:00 - 9:45 Michael Mikusa and Anne Reynolds - Co-Teaching: What Goes on Between Instructors and Students Lynn Columba and Carol Smith Reed- Writing in Algebra to Promote Reflection and Mathematical Understanding Eileen Faulkenberry - Building Communities of Practice Angela Krebs and Kathy Burgis - A Professional Development Model: Working with 6th Grade Algebra Teachers David Boliver - The Effect of a Fundamentalist View of Definitions on the Learning of Mathematics Harriet Lamm and Margaret Hobson- Relationship of Professional Development to Observed Changes in Teacher Practice
10:00 - 10:45 Sheryl Maxwell - Mathematics Learning: The Effects of Activity-Based Adventures Martha Tapia - Math Anxiety and the Freshman Student Kadian Callahan, Amy Hillen, and Ted Watanabe - An Examination of Pre-Service Teachers' MKT and Mathematical Power in Content Courses Bea Babbitt - Assessing Math Concepts Kay Wohlhuter: Mathematics Academy: Professional Development for Teaching Algebra Winifred A. Mallam - Engaging Students in College Mathematics/Mathe-matics Education Courses and Beyond
11:00 - 11:45 Kathy Westbrook and Joy Black - Social Studies, PE, or English Teacher: How Much Math Do They Know? Roland Pourdavood, Patrick Wachira, and Raymond Skitski - Sustaining Secondary Mathematics Students' Dispositions through Problem Solving and Communication Pat Lampere Jordan, Julie Thomas, Karen High, Adrienne Redmond, Jean Dockers, and Margaret Scott - Engineering-based Activities and Middle School Students' Knowledge Janet Andreasen and Erhan Haciomeroglu - Developing Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching Algebra Harriet Lamm and Margaret Hobson - Relationship of Professional Development Participation to Student Achievement