**POSTER SESSIONS**

**Friday July 3, 1998, 14:30 - 16:10, Poster Session I.**

**B.Bansenauer, J. Clay, A. Smith, **LAB-based Calculus Reform at the
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.

**M.Barry, J.S.Williams,** The "Test and Learn" Server.

**K.Benbury, R.Berg,** Enhancing Linear Algebra with Technology.

**I.A.Boyadzhiev,** Study of the Logarithmic Spiral in the Geometer
Sketchpad Environment.

**S. Brown, J.Bergman,** Show Me the Mathematics.

**F.Bubenik, **Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematical Subjects.

**V.Dagdilelis, Maya Satratzemi.** Post's Machine Picoworld as a Bridge
Between Programming and Mathematics: Didactic Considerations.

**M.Diamantis, M.Hartog, **Results from a Mathematics
"Laboratory" Component to a Mathematics Content Course for Prospective
Elementary/Middle School Teachers.

**J.J.Edgell,** A Geometric Model for Cognitively Understanding xm/n.

**M.Ehrlich,** Teaching Undergraduates with Math Manipulatives.

**T.M.Gagen, **Some Experiences with Distance Education in Mathematics at
the University of Sydney.

**F.Gordon,** Using Real-World Data in the Teaching and Learning of
Mathematics.

**J.Hirst, H.Hirst, **Technology in Undergraduate Pure Mathematics
Courses.

**A.Balas, **Assessment of Pedagogical Reform and Curriculum
Transformation in College Algebra.

**C.Kahle,** Teaching Formats in Math Education for Non-Majors.

**P.Kent,** P.Ramsden, Trajectories for Learning: Mathematica for a
Dynamics Course.

**L.Kinnunen, T.Terho, M.Pesonen,** Promoting the Pre-Service Math
Teachers' Identification to the Profession Within Their Undergraduate Mathematics Subject
Studies.

**M.Majewski,** Exploring 3D Mathematical Objects with Maple V and
POV-Ray.

**M.McConnell, **Innovative Teaching Strategies: Using Writing Assignments
in Teaching Mathematics.

**B.Pollack-Johnson, A.Borchardt,** The Use of Student-Generated Projects
to Teach Mathematics.

**D.A.Quinney**, ODEArchitect.

**B.Ramirez, J.Quintana, **Using CBL-Technology to Improve Science
Education in Puerto Rico.

**M.Rosenzweig,** Organizing Effectively for Cooperative Learning.

**A.Samson, R.Jackson, J.Callender, **Teaching Mathematics and Statistics
Using Computer Algebra Packages.

**E.Schuster,** Playing and Experimenting in Teaching Mathematics.

**V.Spiliotopoulou, **University Students' Models of Two Geometrical
Problems.

**C.Tzanakis, **Introducing an Historical Perspective in Undergraduate
Mathematics Teaching: The Case of the Relation Between Mathematics and Physics.

**L.Wood, **Advanced Mathematical Discourse

**Saturday July 4, 1998, 14:30 - 16:10, Poster Session II.**

**J.L.Arahovitis, **On Connections with Other Disciplines' Mathematical
Models of Cognitive Theories.

**Kh.N.Boyadzhiev, **Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations
with Maple and TI-85.

**B.E.West,** Financial Mathematics and Adults Returning to the
University.

**R.E.Farnsworth, **The Effect of the Use of Footnote-Style Referenced
Reasons in the Teaching and Learning of Proof in Geometry.

**B.Ferrucci, J.Carter,** Integrating Graphing Technology and Algebraic
Reasoning into a Program for Prospective Secondary School Mathematics Teachers.

**D.Gavalas, **Systemic Study of the "Teaching System". Category
Theory as Background for Foundation and Teaching of Mathematics.

**J.Graver, **Calculus for the Life Sciences with the TI-92.

**J.Gruber,** How the Pythagorean Theory of Metempsychosis and Plato's
Theories of ANAMNESIS and MAIEUTIC and Psychotherapeutic Methods Can Be Helpful in
Teaching and Learning Mathematics.

**G.A.Harris, **Issues in the Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of
School Teachers: A World Wide Web Site.

**P.Heath, Eilleen Benton.** Implementing the NCTM Standards in College
Mathematics.

**H.Henning, **Practicizing Math as a Method of Recognition.

**S.Huggett,** Assessment by Viva in Elementary Group Theory.

**J.Isaacson, **The Effects of Static Graphic, Animated Graphic, and
Interactive Animated Graphic Computer Presentations on Acquisition of the Tangent Concept.

**P.Kahn,** Diagnostic Testing of the Skills of Advanced Mathematical
Thinking. An Introduction to Advanced Mathematical Thinking.

**E.Kaminski, **Towards an Understanding of Teacher Education Students'
Use of Number Sense.

**Z.Liu, G.Smith, L.Wood, **Rethinking the Teaching of Mean Value Theorem.

**J.Long, S.Cluxton, **Calculus: An Olympic Event.

**K.C.Mittag, L.B.Collins, **How do Reform Calculus I Students Perform in
Traditional Calculus Courses?

**D.Nomishan, **The Constructivist Approach to Teaching Undergraduate
Mathematics Concepts.

**T.Patronis, **An Analysis of Individual Students' Views of Mathematics
and its Uses: The Influence of Academic Teaching and Other Social Contexts.

**D.Petocz, N.Smith, P.Petocz,** Inverse Functions--A New Approach for
Teaching and Learning.

**B.Pollack-Johnson, A.Borchardt, **Teaching the Entire Process of
Problem-Solving in a Mathematics Course for Business and Social Science Students.

**J.E.Quinn, **An Interactive Problem Solving Unit.

**S.Saads, G.Davis, K.Hirst, **Exploring How Students Make Sense of
Polyhedral Sensory Data.

**J.Thrash, **Conceptual Calculus.

**D.R.Traylor, E.Szecsy, **An Innovative Integrated Mathematics/Science
Course for Prospective Elementary Teachers.

**R.Welchman, B.Freeouf,** Stimulating Your College Students with Science,
Technology, Education and Mathematics Interdisciplinary Curricula (SYSTEMIC).

**J.White, **Computers: Medium vs. Method of Instruction in Community
College Mathematics

**A.Scaringella,** Some interactive
applications in Java related to nuclear magnetic resonance for distance learning on the
web