ERIC Number: ED438166
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999-Dec
Reference Count: N/A
MSaTERs: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Educators & Researchers of The Ohio State University. Proceedings of the Annual Spring Conference (3rd, Columbus, OH, May 15, 1999).
Costner, Kelly M., Ed.; Reed, Michelle K., Ed.
The Mathematics, Science, and Technology Educators and Researchers of The Ohio State University (MSaTERs-OSU) is a student organization that grew out of the former OSU Council of Teachers of Mathematics (OSU-CTM). Papers from the third annual conference include: (1) "Gender, Ethnicity, and Science" (Terry Arambula-Greenfield); (2) "Assessment: The Link between Curriculum and Instruction" (Daniel J. Brahier); (3) "Who's in Charge Here? The Development of Teacher Ownership in an Inter-Disciplinary Environmental Modeling Project" (Andrea K. Balas); (4) "An Overview of Some Characteristics of Today's College Science Students Attending Liberal Arts Colleges" (Andrea K. Balas and John R. Mascazine); (5) "Serving At-Risk Students through Technology Education" (Phillip L. Cardon); (6)"An Exploratory Analysis of Children's Concepts of Rational Numbers: Evidence from Students' Paper Representations" (Matthew D. Conley and Stephen J. Pape); (7) "The Mechanics of School Reform: Case Studies in Mathematics Education" (Kelly M. Costner and Sigrid Wagner); (8) "Bringing Undergraduate Biology to Life with Model Ecosystems and Imaging Technology" (Robert Day); (9) "Serving the Underserved: How to Increase the Participation of Women and Minorities in the Sciences" (Kimberly J. Gibson); (10) "TIMSS: What Can We Learn about Teaching?" (Beth D. Greene and Marlena Herman); (11) "Writing in Mathematics Classes: How Can Students Benefit?" (Kimberle A. Kelly and Beth D. Greene); (12) "MSaT MEd Preservice Teachers' Perceptions of Pedagogical Constructivism" (Youngsun Kwak); (13)"Research Trends in Mathematics Education, 1995-1997" (Hea-Jin Lee, S. Asli Ozgun-Koca, and Teresa H. Rehner); (14) "The Unique Needs and Characteristics of Monozygotic Twins as Learners" (John R. Mascazine); (15) "Science: It's a Family Thing" (Judy Ridgway); (16) "The Y2K Problem in U.S. School Mathematics: A Comparative View" (Mourat Tchoshanov); (17) "Cloning in the News: The Popular Press as a Means for Informal Science Education" (Lynda C. Titterington, Suzanne Shaw Drummer, and Joyce Miller); (18) "Analyzing Student-Generated Representations of Complex Data Sets" (R. Paul Vellom); (19) "Teaching to the Imagination--How to Integrate Science, Mathematics, and Technology within a Humanities Curriculum" (Steve Winters); (20) "MSaT in the Educational System of Korea" (Hea-Jin Lee, Hyonyong Lee, and Kyungsuk Park); (21) "A Comparison of Middle School Technology Education Curriculum between Korea and the United States" (Kyungsuk Park); and (22) "Feuerstein's Instrumental Enrichment: What Does It Have to Do with Mathematics Education?" (Parisa Vafai). (ASK)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Mathematics, Science, and Technology Educators & Researchers of the Ohio State Univ., Columbus.
Identifiers - Location: South Korea