Electronic Seminar on Mathematics Education
This is an online seminar centered on mathematics education at the university level. Talks will cover curriculum, pedagogy, inclusiveness, professional development, blended and flipped classrooms, and other topics of interest.
Upcoming Talks
The seminar meets every other Tuesday at noon eastern time, using Zoom and is open to all. Click here to join the seminar. The meeting ID is 920 7826 7146 and the password is "esme". If you do not have Zoom installed, you will be prompted to install it.

$\begingroup$$\begingroup $Jason Martin, University of Central ArkansasMichael Tallman, Oklahoma StateMatt Thomas, Ithaca CollegeAaron Weinberg, Ithaca College
We will describe the ideas of quantitative reasoning and intellectual need, and describe how we have used these ideas as design principles for creating instructional videos and related materials for introductory calculus. These ideas have implications for courses beyond calculus and for instructional materials beyond videos. We will show how important it is for students to think about calculus concepts in terms of quantities and share examples from our materials that demonstrate imagery that supports this quantitative reasoning. We will describe how we have used intellectual need to envision calculus concepts in terms of a series of perturbations and resolutions, and how these ideas have been translated into instructional materials.
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$\begingroup$Uri Treisman, Univerity of Texas Austin$\endgroup$

$\begingroup$Shay Fuchs, University of Toronto$\endgroup$

$\begingroup$Maria Andersen, Westminster College$\endgroup$