Come see us in Reno at Atlantis Hotel and Casino Conference Center this week and be part of our PMN-NA discussions!
Presentation Title: What does it mean for geometry teachers to improve a lesson? A multimodal analysis
Speakers: Gil Schwarts, Patricio Herbst, Soobin Jeon, & Amanda Brown from the University of Michigan
Date: October 3, 2023
Time: 9:30 – 10:30 AM
Location: Atlantis Hotel and Casino Conference Center, Emerald D, PMENA – 2023, Reno, Nevada
Join Gil Schwarts, Patricio Herbst, Soobin Jeon, and Amanda Brown in discussing the following questions: what does it mean, for mathematics teachers, to improve a lesson? And how can improvements be accounted for in the analysis of the resulting artifacts, especially when these are multimodal?
Learn about a novel framework for multimodal analysis, and about ways to capture professional growth through comparing artifacts produced by teachers.
Presentation Title: How instructors of undergraduate mathematics courses manage tensions related to teaching courses for teachers?
Speakers: Amanda Brown, Patricio Herbst, and Mike Ion from the University of Michigan
Date: October 3, 2023
Time: 2:00 – 3:00 PM
Location: Atlantis Hotel and Casino Conference Center, Treasures B, PMENA – 2023, Reno, Nevada
Join Amanda Brown and Pat Herbst in their exploration of how undergraduate mathematics instructors navigate the complex tensions associated with teaching the geometry course for secondary teachers.Learn about the three distinct ways instructors manage these tensions and gain insights into the work of mathematics teacher educators.
This talk is a must-attend for educators and researchers interested in the research on undergraduate mathematics education.
Dr. Amanda Brown will be sharing about a newly awarded NSF project entitled Examining an On-line, International Exchange Professional Development for High School Teachers. You can learn more at the Structured Poster Sessions happening on Thursday, June 29, from 12:45 to 2pm ET. Join us at Potomac 1 & 3. We look forward to seeing you there!
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