Upcoming presentations

 

The Radius of Curvature According to Christiaan Huygens, Jerry M. Lodder, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Learning Mathematics through Historical Projects, Qin Yang, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Implementing Primary Source Projects Using Overleaf, a Latex Platform in the Cloud, Kenneth M. Monks, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Bridging the Sciences and the Humanities with Primary Historical Sources, Abe Edwards, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Beyond Just Doing the Math: An Investigation of the Role of Primary Source Projects in Supporting Student Learning of the Meta-Discursive Rules of Mathematics, Janet Heine Barnett, Cihan Can, Kathleen Clark, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Developing a Growth Mindset using TRIUMPHS PSPs, Edward Bonan-Hamada, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 4

Should We Call It the Abel-Dirichlet Theorem?, David Ruch, Joshua Gonzales, Ahern Nelson, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

Mathematical Communication: the Unexpected Benefit of Using PHSs, Matthew Cathey, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

Modern Algebra—A Collection of Mathematical TRIUMPHS, Adam Glesser, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 3

Pythagorean Triples: Connections Between Algebra and Geometry, Mark Koester, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

Instructors’ Experiences Using Primary Source Projects in Mathematics Classrooms, Daniel E. Otero, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation), Nicholas Scoville, Dominic Klyve, Jerry Lodder, Janet Barnett, Danny Otero, Kathy Clark, Diana White, MathFest, Denver, Colorado, August 2

A Case Study of the Pedagogical Implementation of Primary Sources in Undergraduate Mathematics, Matt Mauntel & Kathy Clark, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 24.

Leonhard Euler’s Differentials: An Attempt to Restructure Teaching of the Derivative Concept, Cihan Can, Mehmet Atkas, Janet Barnett & Kathy Clarkk, European Summer University – 8, Oslo, Norway, July 23.

 

Past presentations

 

Read the masters! Learning abstract algebra via Primary Source Projects,, Janet Heine Barnett, Midwest History of Mathematics Conference, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, September 29 -30, 2017.

A Gaussian Tale for the Classroom: Lemniscates, Arithmetic-Geometric Means, and More, Janet Heine Barnett, Canadian Society for the History and Philosophy of Mathematics, Montreal, June 4-6, 2018.

Teaching Linear Algebra with Primary Sources, Mary Flagg, Inquiry-Based Learning and Teaching in Mathematics Conference, University of Texas at Austin, May 31-June 2, 2018.

Using Primary Source Projects to Learn Real Analysis, with Investigations from Cauchy and Abel, Dave Ruch, Conference on History of Mathematics & Teaching of Mathematics, May 23-26, 2018, Miskolc, Hungary.

The Powerfully Scintillating Pedagogy of Primary Source Projects: Reading the masters to stimulate student learning and transform your teaching. (Workshop), Janet Heine Barnett, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

Using a TRIUMPHS PSP and the Growth Mindset, Edward Bonan-Hamada, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

Uniform and Pointwise Behavior in Cauchy’s Work, Dave Ruch, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

A Gaussian Tale for the Classroom: Lemniscates, Arithmetic-Geometric Means, and More, Janet Heine Barnett, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, Greeley CO, April 13-14, 2018.

The Figurate Numbers and Mathematical Induction, Jerry Lodder, Southwest Section Meeting of the MAA, Tucson, Arizona, April 6, 2018.

Revolutionary Mathematics: Liberating Ideas from History for Today’s Teachers and Students, Janet Heine Barnett, Colorado Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges Annual Meeting, Spring 2018 Keynote Address, 2 March 2018, Aurora Community College.

Investigating Students’ Meta-Level Object-Reflections and Discourse-Reflections: The Provocative Power of Primary Historical Sources. (Preliminary Report.), Cihan Can, Janet Heine Barnett & Kathleen M. Clark, RUME, Feb 22 - 24, 2018, San Diego CA

Perspectives in the Use of Primary Sources in Undergraduate Mathematics Education: A Triangulation of Author, Instructor, and Student. (Poster.), Matthew Mauntel & Kathleen M. Clark, RUME, Feb 22 - 24, 2018, San Diego CA

MAA Minicourse #9: Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Source Projects, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 11 and January 13, 2018, San Diego CA

Prime Sources: A Classroom-tested Student Project Approach to Learning Today's Number Theory through the Works of its Historical Masters, Janet Heine Barnett, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday January 12, 2018, San Diego CA

Engaging students with the Pell equation through inquiry with primary historical sources, Keith M Jones and Toke Lindegaard Knudsen, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday January 12, San Diego CA

Teaching P-values from Primary Sources, Dominic Klyve, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Friday, January 12, 2018, San Diego CA

Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (TRIUMPHS), Jerry Lodder, Kathleen Clark, Janet Heine Barnett, Dominic Klyve, Nicholas Scoville, Daniel Otero, Diana White, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday, January 11, 2018 San Diego CA

Singing sines in Sanskrit slokas, Deepak Basyal, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11, 2018, San Diego CA

Determining the Determinant: learning in the footsteps of Cramer and Cauchy, Daniel E. Otero, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11,2018, San Diego CA

Solving a System of Equations Using Ancient Chinese Methods, Mary Flagg, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Thursday January 11, 2018, San Diego CA

Figurate Numbers and Mathematical Induction, Jerry Lodder, Joint Mathematics Meetings, Wednesday January 10, 2018, San Diego CA

Read the masters! Learning abstract algebra via Primary Source Project, Janet Heine Barnett, Midwest History of Mathematics Conference, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, Indiana, September 29 -30, 2017.

A Course in Geometry based on Historical Sources, Jerry Lodder, MathFest 2017, Session on Euclid and the Mathematics of Antiquity in the 21st Century, July 29, 2017, Chicago, IL.

Monsters in the Classroom: Learning analysis through works of Darboux, Janet Heine Barnett, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

Mean Value Theorem: History and a Primary Source Project for a Real Analysis Course, Dave Ruch (external author), MSU Denver, History of Mathematics Special Session, MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

Learning Mathematics through Historical Projects, Qin Yang (site-tester), MSU Denver, Rocky Mountain Section Meeting, April 21-22, 2017, Pueblo CO

Workshop on Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources, Dominic Klyve, Intermountain Section of the MAA, April 8, 2017, Ogden, Utah

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, Intermountain Section of the MAA, April 7, 2017, Ogden, Utah

Workshop on Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources, Dominic Klyve and Nick Scoville , Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EpaDel) Section of the MAA, April 1, 2017, Kutztown, PA

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware (EpaDel) Section of the MAA, April 1, 2017, Kutztown, PA

Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Using Primary Source Projects , Emily Casey , TMATYC 2017 , March 24-25 2017, Knoxville, TN

Primary source projects in an undergraduate mathematics classroom: A pilot case in a topology course, Kathleen Clark, Daniel Otero, Nicholas Scoville, TWG 12 History in Mathematics Education session at 10th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 10), Dublin Ireland, February 1-5, 2017. Presentation Slides

Primary Sources in Every Classroom: an interactive introduction, Dominic Klyve, 26th Conference of the Southern African Association for Research in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Bloemfontein, South Africa, January 20, 2017. Presentation Slides

Medieval India's Solution to the Pell Equation as a Classroom Project, Toke L Knudsen and Keith M. Jones (external authors), Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation), Dominic Klyve, Janet Barnett, Kathleen Clark, Jerry Lodder, Daniel Otero, Diana White, Nicholas Scoville, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Distance in Geometry, Jerry Lodder, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Preparing Students for Trigonometry with a Primary Source Project, Daniel E. Otero, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Collaborative Research: Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (TRIUMPHS), Nicholas A Scoville, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia. Presentation Slides

Read the masters! Learning abstract algebra via Primary Source Projects, Janet Heine Barnett, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Drinking straight from the source: Learning today’s mathematics through its historical roots, Janet Heine Barnett, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 4-7, 2017, Atlanta, Georgia

Teaching Undergraduates (Trigonometry) with Primary Historical Sources, Danny Otero, Ohio State Math Education Forum, Columbus OH, November 18 2016

Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Using Primary Source Projects, Janet Heine Barnett and Diana White, Workshop at American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (AMAYTC), Denver CO, November 17 - 20, 2016.

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, Saint Mary’s College of Maryland, November 15, St. Mary’s City, Maryland.

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, University of North Carolina Greensboro Undergraduate Research Confernce, November 12, Greensboro, North Carolina.

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, Elon University Mathematics Recruitment dinner, November 10, Elon, North Carolina.

Mathematical Fights! The seedy underbelly of mathematical history, Dominic Klyve, Catawba College, November 10, Salisbury, North Carolina.

The TRIUMPHS project: Opportunities for history, research, and change in undergraduate mathematics classrooms., K. Clark & C. Can, , Presentation at Fall Meeting, History and Pedagogy of Mathematics – Americas Section, SanDiego, CA, October 2016. Presentation Slides

TRIUMPHS Training Workshop at the University of Colorado Denver, September 8 - 10,2016. Photos available here

Primary Historical Sources in the Classroom: Graph Theory and Spanning Trees, Jerry Lodder, International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-13), Topic Study Group lecture, July 26, 2016, Hamburg, Germany

Connecting past to present: an approach to teaching topology and more via original sources, Nicholas A Scoville, Janet Heine Barnett, Kathy Clark, Danny Otero, and Diana White, The HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME-13 (International Conference on Mathematical Education), July 18-22 2016, Montpellier, France

Monsters in the Mathematics Classroom: Learning analysis through the works of Gaston Darboux, Janet Heine Barnett, The HPM Satellite Meeting of ICME-13 (International Conference on Mathematical Education), July 18-22 2016, Montpellier, France

Is the disjunctive form really normal? Teaching boolean algebra via original sources, Janet Heine Barnett, Canadian Society for History and Philosophy of Mathematics Annual Meeting, Calgary Alberta (Canada), May 29 – 31, 2016

Dedekind’s Ideals: Prime Mathematics for Today’s Students, Janet Heine Barnett, History of Mathematics Special Session, MAA Joint Intermountain and Rocky Mountain Sections Meeting, Grand Junction CO, April 8-9, 2016

History as Travel Guide and Companion: Mathematical Itineraries to Excite, Educate and Entertain, Janet Heine Barnett, Burton W. Jones Distinguished Teaching Award Invited Talk, MAA Joint Intermountain and Rocky Mountain Sections Meeting, Grand Junction CO, April 8-9, 2016

Teaching with historical curricular modules: The juxtaposition of Prufer and Boruvka, Jerry Lodder, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

Greek Chords and Hindu Sines: teaching trigonometry with original sources, Daniel E. Otero, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

The Cantor Set before Cantor, Nicholas A Scoville, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington. Presentation Slides

Transforming Instruction in Undergraduate Mathematics via Primary Historical Sources (poster presentation), Dominic Klyve, Janet Barnett, Kathleen Clark, Jerry Lodder, Daniel Otero, Diana White, Nicholas Scoville, Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 6-9, 2016, Seattle, Washington

Primary Sources in Every Classroom: an interactive introduction, Dominic Klyve, Tendencias en la educación matemática basada en investigación (TEMBI) (Trends in Research-based Mathematics Education), November 5-8, 2016, Puebla, Mexico

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