Videotapes of past colloquia are available for
checkout in the
Begle Library, Aderhold Hall room 105.
NOTE: The video files available here require Apple QuickTime to play. They are relatively large (up to 250 MB each),
so it is suggested that you right-click, save them to your computer, and then play the downloaded video rather than wait for your browser to stream the file.
2008 - 2009 Colloquia:
Spring 2009:
fMRI Imaging in Mathematics Education (Click here for the video and here
for the announcement.)
Sarah
Bednarski
Thursday, April 30, 2009
12:00 - 1:00 pm
Room 112
Aderhold Hall
Feeling the Magic of Learning Math (Click here
for the video - no sound, sorry! and here
for the announcement.)
Bernardo Camou
Monday, April 27,
2009
3:00 - 4:00 pm
Room 112 Aderhold Hall
Geometry of the Cube (Click here
for the video and here
for the announcement.)
Clint McCrory
Wednesday, April 8,
2009
3:00 - 4:00 pm
Room G5 Aderhold Hall
The Missing Link between Research on Mathematics Curriculum
Effectiveness and Policy: Theory as a Mediator (Click here
for the video - no sound, sorry! and here
for the announcement.)
Karen King
Tuesday, March 3, 2009
3:30
- 4:30 pm
Room 317 Aderhold Hall
Getting Hired: What to Expect? (Click here
for the announcment.)
Area Principals
Monday, February 23,
2009
5:00 - 6:30 pm
Room 430 Aderhold Hall
A Portrait of Activities Conducted in the UEPB Science and
Mathematics Education Graduate and Undergraduate Mathematics
Programs (Click here
for the powerpoint file, here
for the video, and here
for the announcement.)
Bibi Lins
Wednesday, February 18,
2009
1:30 - 2:30 pm
Room 112 Aderhold Hall
Differences in Mathematical and Statistical Thinking (Click
here for the video,
and here
for the announcement.)
Chris Franklin
Wednesday, February 11,
2009
3:00 - 4:00 pm
Room G5 Aderhold Hall
Fall 2008:
What Matters? Mathematics Classes for Elementary Teachers
(Click here
for the powerpoint file, here
for the video, and here
for the announcement.)
Raven McCrory
Thursday, December 4,
2008
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Room G5 Aderhold Hall
Designing Schools and Districts as Learning Organizations for
Instructional Improvement in Mathematics (Click here
for the powerpoint file, here
for the video, and here
for the announcement.)
Paul Cobb
Monday, December 1, 2008
3:30
- 4:30 pm
Room G5 Aderhold Hall
A New Perspective on Mathematics for Everyone: It takes 12
years to learn calculus and it takes even longer to teach it (Click
here for the video
and here
for the announcement.)
Pat Thompson
Thursday, November 13,
2008
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Room G5 Aderhold Hall
Reflections on the History of Mathematics Education (Click
here for the video and
here for
the announcement.)
Tom Cooney, Ed Davis, Jeremy Kilpatrick, and
Les Steffe
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
3:00 - 4:30 pm
Room
430 Aderhold Hall
Perspectives on Dynamic Geometry (Click here
for the Sketchpad file, here
for the video, and here
for the announcement.)
Nicholas Jackiw, GSP Designer
Wednesday,
October 1, 2008
1:00 - 2:00 pm
Room 412 Aderhold Hall
2007 - 2008 Colloquia:
Spring 2008:
A
Mathematics Education Travelogue in Asia: Dispelling Myths, Opening
Dialog (Click here
for the video.)
Steve Rasmussen, President of Key Curriculum
Press
Friday, April 25, 2008
12:15 - 2:00 pm (Lunch, followed
by the talk. Sign up on Helen's desk for lunch.)
Room 418
Aderhold Hall
Presentation
of Drafts of Prospectuses (Click here
for the abstracts of the presentations.)
Students of EMAT
9640
Thursday, April 24, 2008
3:30 - 6:30 pm
Room 627
Aderhold Hall
University
of Louisville Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Teacher
Development (Click here
for the presentation slides.)
Dr. William S. Bush, Professor of
Mathematics Education at the University of Louisville
Thursday,
March 27, 2008
1:00 - 2:00 pm
Room 112 Aderhold Hall
Practice
AERA Talks
Susan Sexton, Chandra Orrill, Cheryl Gerde,
Nicholas Cluster, Dorothy White, University of Georgia
Monday,
March 17, 2008
1:00 - 2:00 pm
Room 112 Aderhold Hall
Problems in
Mathematics Education (Click here
for the presentation slides used during colloquium and during AERA
2007 speech and here
for the video.)
Dr. Les Steffe, University of Georgia, 2006
SIGRME Senior Scholar Award Recipient
Wednesday, March 5,
2008
1:00 - 3:00 (Lunch, followed by the talk)
Room 417
Aderhold Hall
Discovering
New Knowledge in the Context of Education: Examples from Mathematics
(Click here for
the presentation slides.)
Dr. Sergei Abramovich
Wednesday,
February 20, 2008
3:30 - 5:00 pm
Room 119 Aderhold Hall
Fall 2007:
Pedagogical
and Cognitive Flow in Mathematics (Click here
for the video.)
Dr. Catherine Vistro-Yu
Tuesday, November 27,
2007
4:00 - 5:00 pm
Room 119 Aderhold Hall
Integrated School
Mathematics: Pitfalls, Products, and Predictions for the Peach State
(Click here for the
presentation slides and here
for the video.)
Dr. Keary Howard, State University of New York at
Fredonia
Thursday, November 15, 2007
3:30 - 4:30 pm
Room
114 Aderhold Hall
Thoughts on the
GPS (Click here
for the presentation slides and here
for the video.)
Laine Bradshaw, University of Georgia
Wednesday,
October 17, 2007
2 :00 - 3:00 pm
Room 409/412 Aderhold Hall
The Spanish
Institutional Context of Master’s and Doctoral Degrees in
Mathematics Education
Dr. Luis Rico, Professor of Mathematics
at the University of Granada
Friday, September 21, 2007
3:00
- 4:00 pm
Room 114 Aderhold Hall
Perspectives of a
Curriuculum Developer
Dr.
Glenda Lappan, Michigan State University
Thursday, August 23,
2007
3:30 - 5:00 pm
Room 114 Aderhold Hall
2006 - 2007 Colloquia:
Spring 2007:
A
Definition of “Mathematics” and Its Pedagogical Consequences:
Focus on the Transition between the Empirical Proof Schemes to the
Deductive Proof Schemes
Dr. Guershon Harel, University of
California at San Diego
Friday, April 13, 2007
1:00 - 2:30
pm
Rm 409/412 Aderhold Hall
A Review
of the Teachers' Development Group Winter Leadership Seminar
Presenters: Dr. Chandra Orrill, UGA LPSL
Bob Allen, UGA
Department of Mathematics and Science Education
Kelly Edenfield,
UGA Department of Mathematics and Science Education
Eileen
Murray, UGA Department of Mathematics and Science
Education
Wednesday, April 4, 2007
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall 3300 -
4:30 pm
Pros
and Cons of a National Curriculum
Moderator: Dr. Jeremy
Kilpatrick, UGA Department of Mathematics and Science
Education
Panelists: Brian Lawler, Na Young Kwon, and Zelha
Tunc-Pekkan, UGA Department of Mathematics and Science
Education
Wednesday, March 7, 2007
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Rm 111
Aderhold Hall
Teachers
Making Sense of a Mathematical Professional Development
Experience
Dr. Sarah Ledford, Kennesaw State University
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Wednesday, February 7,
2007
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall
Fall 2006:
Pictorial
Representations of Quantities in Japanese Elementary Mathematics
Textbooks: A Content Analysis
Dr. Tad Watanabe, Kennesaw
State University Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Rm 581
Aderhold Hall
Endnote
Bibliography Software: An Introduction
Virginia Benjamin,
University of Georgia Libraries
Monday, November 6, 2006
3:30
– 4:30 pm
Rm 111 Aderhold Hall
A
Discussion of the Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Teaching
Methods in a Mathematics Classroom
Heather Robinson, Commerce
High School
Wednesday, October 11, 2006
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Rm
430 Aderhold Hall
A
Conversation with George Polya
Dr. Jeremy Kilpatrick,
University of Georgia Department of Mathematics and Science
Education
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
3:30 – 4:30 pm
Rm
430 Aderhold Hall
2005 - 2006 Colloquia:
Spring 2006:
Race,
Identity, and Mathematics Literacy
Dr. Danny Bernard Martin,
University of Illinois at Chicago
Monday, April 17, 2005
12:00
noon– 2:30 pm, Georgia Center
Banquet Room 101
Managing Your First Year
Teaching Mathematics: A Panel Discussion
Panelists:
Janet Tomlinson, North Oconee High School
Kacie Maddox, Cedar
Shoals High School
Carol Sikes, Jackson County High School
Darcie
Rogers, Winder-Barrow High School
Description: Two veteran
and two recently-certified teachers will share advice, perspectives,
and reflections on how to manage the first year of secondary
mathematics teaching. Plenty of time will be reserved for
questions.
Monday, April 10, 2006, Aderhold G5, 4:00 - 5:30
pm.
Sponsored by the Secondary-Mathematics Post-Student-Teaching
Seminar and the Department of Mathematics and Science Education.
Building
a Mathematics Education community in an Urban Elementary School:
Challenges and Triumphs
Presenter: Dorothy White, Mathematics
& Science Education
Wednesday, March 22, 2006
12-1pm
G-23
Aderhold hall
Slicing
Solid Shapes: The GPS and the Internet
Thomas Banchoff, Brown
University Department of Mathematics
Monday, February 6,
2006
1:30 – 2:30 pm
Rm 412 Aderhold Hall
Fall 2005:
Some
Research Issues on how Technology Has Changed The Roles of Proof and
Experimentation in Mathematics
Speaker:Michael de
Villiers
University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Monday,
November 28, 2005
2:45 – 3:45 pm Rm 317 Aderhold Hall
Power
and Creativity in Mathematics: Using Open-Ended Problems in the
Mathematics Classroom Origin
Game
References
Locker
Problem Student solution (Java Script)
Kyle Schultz,
University of Georgia
Monday, October 31, 2005
2:45 - 3:45
pm
Rm 317, Aderhold Hall
Some
Math Ed Issues Arising in a Math Department
Dr. Richard Hill,
Michigan State University
Wednesday, October 12, 2005
3:30 -
4:30 pm
Rm 323 Boyd Hall
Endnote
Bibliography Software: An Introduction
Speaker: Virginia
Benjamin, University of Georgia Libraries
Monday, September 26,
2005 at 2:30 - 3:30 pm
Aderhold Hall, Rm 317
2004 - 2005 Colloquia:
Spring 2005:
"Examining
and Reforming Mathematics Teaching Through a Culturally Relevant
Pedagogical Lens."
Speaker: Dr. Lou Edward Matthews,
University of South Carolina Upstate
Tuesday, April 26, 2005,
3:15 c 4:15 pm
Rm 520 Aderhold Hall
"The
Role of Mathematical Conversations in Supporting Student
Learning."
Speaker: Dr. Bia D'Ambrosio, Indiana
University
Friday, April 22, 2005, 12:00 c 2:30 pm
Banquet rm
101 Georgia Center
"Understanding
the mathematical understandings of prospective secondary mathematics
teachers: Some results and observations."
Speaker: Dr.
M. Kathleen Heid, Penn State University
Thursday, March 24, 2005,
3:30 c 4:30 pm
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall
"African
American Male Students and School Mathematics."
Speaker:
Dr. David Wayne Stinson, Georgia State University
Tuesday, March
8, 2005, 3:15 c 4:15 pm
Rm 520 Aderhold Hall
"A
Study of Mathematics Teacher's Constraints in Changing Practices in
South Africa: Some Lessons from Countries Participating in the
Learner's Perspective Study."
Speaker: Dr. Herbert
Khuzwayo, University of Zuzuland, South Africa
Tuesday, February
22, 2005, 3:00 c 4:00 pm
Rm 520 Aderhold Hall
"Kernels
of Algebraic Reasoning: A Study of Sixth Grade Students'
Mathematical Learning in the Context of Mathematical Caring
Relations."
Speaker: Amy Hackenberg, University of
Georgia
Wednesday, February 16, 2005, 3:00 c 4:00 pm
Rm 116
Aderhold Hall
"Real
Answers To Real Math Teachers' Questions: An Introduction To The
BRIDGE."
Speakers: Paola Sztajn & Amy Sanford,
University of Georgia
Tuesday, February 8, 2005, 3:00 c 4:00
pm
Rm 520 Aderhold Hall
"When Am I Ever Going To Use This? Teachers'
Instructional Practices With Contextual Problems."
Speaker:
Holly Garrett-Anthony, University of Georgia
Tuesday, January 25,
2005, 2:00 c 3:00 pm
Rm 111 Aderhold Hall
Fall 2004
"Starting
a Career."
Speaker: Ken E Hansing, Assistant Director,
UGA Career Center
Tuesday, December 7, 2004, 3:00 c 4:30 pm
Rm
430 Aderhold Hall
"The
Real Deal: A Conversation with A New Teacher in Mathematics
Education."
Speaker: Torian White, Salem High School,
Rockdale County, Georgia
Thursday, December 2, 2004, 6:30 c 7:30
pm
Rm 418 Aderhold Hall
"Making
Sense of the Everyday in Mathematics."
Speaker: Godfrey
Sethole, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
Tuesday,
November 9, 2004 3:30 c 4:30 pm
Rm 430 Aderhold Hall
"Defaulting on Equity in the
Teaching of Elementary School Mathematics."
Speaker: Mark
Hoover Thames, University of Michigan
Thursday, October 21, 2004,
2:00 c 3:00 pm
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall
"Brazilian
Mathematics Teachers: How They are Prepared and How They
Teach."
Speaker: Dr. Paola Sztajn, UGA Mathematics
Education Department
Tuesday, October 12, 2004 3:30 c 4:30 pm
Rm
430 Aderhold Hall
"Endnote
Bibliography Software: An Introduction."
Speaker:
Virginia Benjamin, University of Georgia Libraries
Tuesday,
September 28, 2004, 3:30 c 4:30 pm
Rm 430 Aderhold Hall
"The
Research School and Other Conversations about South
Africa."
Speakers: Holly Anthony, Dr. Denise S. Mewborn,
Dr. John Olive,
UGA Mathematics Education Department
Tuesday,
September 14, 2004, 3:30 c 4:30 pm
Rm 430 Aderhold Hall
Summer 2004
"Teachers
Knowledge of Student Thinking and Their Instructional Practices in
Algebra"
Speaker: Ayhan Kursat Erbas
Tuesday, July
27, 2004
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall
"Students'
Conjectural Operations"
Speaker: Andy Norton
UGA
Mathematics Education Department
Wednesday, July 21, 2004
Rm
102 Aderhold Hall
"Views
of Curriculum, Students and Teaching Goals in a Graduate level
Mathematics Education Course"
Speakers: Zelha
Tunç-Pekkan and Paola Sztajn
UGA Mathematics Education
Department
Thursday, July 8, 2004
Rm 102 Aderhold Hall
2003 - 2004 Colloquia:
Spring 2004
"Overview of Singapore's
Education System".Speaker: Lu Pien Cheng, Graduate Student.UGA
Mathematics Education Department.Room 112 Aderhold Hall
January
26, 2004
" Cultural Models and
Representation of Local Knowledge".Speaker: Ben Blount.
Professor of Anthropology. UGA Anthropology Department.Room 119
Aderhold Hall
February 24, 2004
" Educational Reform in
Post-apartheid South Africa".Speaker: Ethel Masihleho. National
Research Foundation, SOUTH AFRICA. Room 119 Aderhold Hall
March
2, 2004
"Improving Teaches' Proficiency in Statistics Education".Speaker: Yung Hwan Kim. Professor of Mathematics Education. Kong-Ju National University.KOREA. Room 119 Aderhold Hall. March 24, 2004
"And That's Just How It Starts": Teaching Mathematics and Developing Student Agency".Speaker: Eric Gutstein, University of Illinois-Chicago. Room 119 Aderhold Hall. March 30, 2004
" How Do We Define Scientific
Research in Education?"
Panel Members:Dr. Jeri Benson
(Educational Psychology&Associate Dean),
Dr. Jeremy
Kilpatrick (Mathematics Education), Dr. Judith Preissle (Social
Foundations of Education), Dr. Elizabeth St. Pierre (Language
Education)
Room G-5, Aderhold Hall. April 5, 2004
" The Many Dimensions of
Teaching Sketchpad".Speaker: Steve Sigur, The Paideia School,
Atlanta, GA. Room 113 Aderhold Hall
April 6, 2004
"Teaching and Learning
Fraction Addition on the Number Line"
Speakers: Andrew
Izsák, Erik Tillema, Zelha Tunç-Pekkan.Mathematics Education
Department , UGA. Room 112 Aderhold Hall
April 9, 2004
" Hidden Mathematics
Curriculum" as a Conceptual Framework for Mathematical
Preparation of Prospective Elementary Teachers. Speaker: Sergei
Abramovich, State University of New York at Potsdam. Room 119
Aderhold Hall
April 14, 2004
"What is a Mathematically Productive Discourse?". Speaker: Andreas Ryve, Graduate Student of Mathematics Education. University of Malardalen, SWEDEN.Room 112 Aderhold Hall. April 16, 2004
Fall 2003
"Supporting the Professional
Development of Teachers: A View from Iceland and Norway".
Speaker: Anna Kristjansdottir, Professor in Mathematics Education,
Adger University College and Iceland University of Education.
Room Aderhold 119
August 14, 2003
"What is mathematics?"
Speaker: Dr. Ed Azoff Professor of Mathematics at UGA.
Room
Aderhold G-5. September 3, 2003
"Dreamweaver Basics".
Speakers: Drew Polly, Peter Rich, Craig Shepherd Graduate Students,
Department of Instructional Technology. Room Aderhold 113.
September
10, 2003
"The No Child Left Behind Act
and Adequate Yearly Progress in Georgia"
Speaker: Pam
Smith, Executive Director Curriculum, Assessment, and
Accountability, Clarke County School District. Room Aderhold 114.
September 16, 2003
"Our Well-Traveled
Professors". Speakers: Pat Wilson and Jeremy Kilpatrick
Professors at The Mathematics Education Department of The University
of Georgia.
Room Aderhold G-5. October 1, 2003
"Introducing EndNote Bibliographic Management Software".Speaker : Jacob T. Klerlein. Graduate Student of Mathematics Education Department at The University of Georgia. Room Aderhold 111/113. October 8, 2003
"Mathematics Education of Teachers in Chile". Speakers: Prof. Carlos Gomez and Asst. Prof. Victor Brunaud. Universidad Catolica Cardenal Raul Silva Henriquez Santiago de Chile. Room Aderhold 102. October 15, 2003
"Learning and Teaching
Mathematics in a Primary Multilingual Classroom"
Speaker:
Dr. Mamokgethi Setati, Senior Lecturer, School of Education,
University of the Witswatersrand,South Africa.Room 409/412 Aderhold
Hall
October 23, 2003
"The "Rewards" of
Listening to Students' Mathematical Constructions"
Speaker:
Dr. Shelly Harkness, Teacher Education Department at Miami
University Oxford, Ohio. Room Aderhold 102. November 12, 2003
"Asking epistemological questions about educational practice: The place of proof in geometry instruction", Speaker: Dr. Patricio Herbst. Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education.The University of Michigan. Room Aderhold 102. November 14, 2003.
2002 - 2003 Colloquia:
28 April 2003: MESA Banquet at The Georgia Center. Speaker: Dr. Patricia Wilson
31 March 2003: Student Teacher Panel: Sharing Experiences
30 January 2003: Carol Sikes and Justus Inyega: Why are torque and work so similar?
22 January 2003: Zelha Tunç Pekkan - What can we learn about elementary pre-service teachers' mathematical content knowledge through their email discussions with 6th grade students?
5 December 2002: Clint McCrory - Topology and Plane Geometry
12 November 2002: Anthony Herrington & Jan Herrington - "The Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers using Multimedia and the Internet" 2:30 PM in Aderhold 111/113
16 October 2002: "Panel Discussion between Pre-Service and Practiced Teachers"
8 October 2002: Jake Klerlein - "Teaching Symmetry in Middle Grades Mathematics Classes"
2 October 2002: Dr. YunSoo Kang - "On the Education in Korea "
11 September 2002: Wendy Sanchez - "Perspectives on Assessment in Mathematics Methods Courses"
29 July 2002: Kaori Tabetae - "Development of Teaching Materials using Dynamic Geometry Software Exploration and Analysis of the Materials in Japan"
2001 - 2002 Colloquia:
29 May 2002: Beverly Damonse - "Mathematics and Science Education in Post-apartheid South Africa: Challenges for Change"
18 April 2002: Phillip Dikgomo - "The Graphics Calculator as a Viable Technological Resource for Mathematics Education in South Africa"
17 April 2002: Shareef Bacchus - "Hooten Award Colloquium"
10 April 2002: Larry Hatfield - "Using Spreadsheets with Your Students to Investigate School Mathematics"
8 April 2002: Lee Stiff - "Algebra for All?"
26 March 2002: Amy Hackenberg & Brian Lawler - "An Ethics of Liberation Emerging from a Radical Constructivist Foundation"
12 March 2002: Lisa Sheehy - "Cooperative Learning: Students' Mathematical, Social, and Individual Experiences and Perspectives"
20 February 2002: UGA Math Education Panel - "Reviewing and Editing for a Professional Education Journal"
6 February 2002: Bradford Findell - "Learning and Understanding in Abstract Algebra"
14 November 2001: Paola Sztajn - "Mathematics Teachers' Knowledge: A Study of Very Experienced Elementary School Teachers"
8 September 2001: Christine Franklin - "The Impact of the '2000 Principles and Standards for School Mathematics' on Statistics at the K-16 Level"
1 November 2001: Felecia Spicer & Judy Johnston - "Magical, Mathematical Motivational Seminar"
23 October 2001: Rebecca Parker - "The N-body Problem: A Student's Perspective"
11 October 2001: Andrew Iszak - "'We want a statement that is always true:' Students' Criteria and Uses for Algebraic Representations"
25 September 2001: Teresa Banker - "Calculators in the Elementary Classroom: Appropriate Use"
21 September 2001: Neil Pateman - "Implementing State Standards: Pitfalls and Pratfalls"
6 September 2001: Manya Raman - "Proof and Justification in Collegiate Mathematics"
27 August 2001: Keith Leatham - "I Wish I Would Have Listened: Ideas on Surviving Graduate School"
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