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The Mathematics, Science, and Technology Educators and Researchers of The Ohio State University (MSaTERS-OSU) is a newly formed student organization. Papers from the conference include: (1) Was the Geometry Course, The Nature of Proof, Taught by Harold Pascoe Fawcett the Best Course Ever Taught in Secondary School? (Frederick Flener); (2) A Framework toward the Development of a Holistic View of the Conceptual Change Process (Rene T. Stofflett); (3) Student's Motivational Factors Profiles in Conceptual Change Learning in Science (Lily Barlia); (4) Learning To Learn Science: Cognitive and Social Factors in Teaching for Conceptual Change (Michael E. Beeth and Peter W. Hewson); (5) Learning for All--EQUITY (Sybil Brown, Melva Grant, and Greta Robertson); (6) Students CHOOSING To Do Homework: Using Assignment Options To Increase Student Motivation (Terri Teal Bucci); (7) Problem Solving Models, Technology Education, and the Permanently and Temporarily Disabled (Phillip Cardon); (8) A Framework for Analyzing Students' (Non)Problematic: Experiences in Mathematics (Richard P. Connelly); (9) Cooperative Learning: Transitioning from a Traditional Classroom (Kelly M. Costner and Geri Granger); (10) Enhancing Mathematics through Writing (Noraini Idris); (11) Mathematics Teachers' Beliefs about Instructional Features of Mathematics Education Software (Asli Koca); (12) A Comparison of the Teacher Preparation Programs of Colleges and Universities (John R. Mascazine); (13) What is Technology Education, Really? (Chris Merrill); (14) Using Peer Coaching in Teacher Education Programs (Michelle K. Reed); (15) Overcoming Publication Anxiety: Ways To a Healthier Vita (Michelle K. Reed and Kelly M. Costner); and (16) Bridging Research to Classroom Practice (Parisa Vafai). (ASK)

Descriptors: Computer Software, Concept Formation, Cooperative Learning, Elementary Secondary Education, Equal Education, Higher Education, Mathematics Education, Mathematics Teachers, Preservice Teacher Education, Problem Solving, Science Education, Technology Education











Autor: Reed, Michelle K., Ed.; Costner, Kelly M., Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7763&id=ED421353







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