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RME4 Conference, September 27-29, 2013
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Online Proceedings
 
 
Speaker
Title
Abstract
Handouts &
Related Readings
Paper and/or
Presentation
Paul Cobb 
Building Capacity for Large Scale Instructional Improvement: Supporting Mathematics Teachers’ Development of Ambitious Instructional Practices
Harrie Eijkelhof 
Towards coherence in STEM education: Consequences for design 
 
Valerie Otero
Inductive reasoning contexts for generating principles about effective practice and the natural world 
   
Alex Repenning 
"Excuse me, I need better Artificial Intelligence!" 
Igniting Students' Intrinsic Math Motivation through Game Design
 
David Webb &      Henk van der Kooij  
Furthering the Conversation: Recognizing Tensions and Opportunities in Design Research Across the STEM Disciplines 
20 MB
Plenary Sessions
 
 
Speaker
Title
Abstract
Handouts &
Related Readings
Paper and/or
Presentation
Stacey Lowery Bretz
Measuring Student Understanding of Multiple Representations in Chemistry
 
Kim Bunning
Developing Algebraic Reasoning Using Progressive
Formalization
Anna F. DeJarnette
Mathematizing a Contextual Problem in Algebra II
Using Etoys
 
Paul Dickinson, Susan Hough &
Steve Gough 
Designing RME based curriculum materials for 14 – 16 year olds in the United Kingdom
handouts
presentation 
Frank Eade
Introducing Mathematics Reform in the Cayman Islands: Focusing on Context and Visualization
presentation 
Karina Hensberry & Bryce Gruneich
Designing PhET Interactive Simulations to Promote Mathematical and Scientific Literacy
JohnHutchinson, Ashlyn Munson & Carrie Obenland
A Study of Silent versus Vocal Students in the Context of a Constructivist, Active Learning Introductory Chemistry
 
Kara Louise Imm
Learning to Mathematize: Designing a Professional Development Sequence for Teachers
Heather Johnson, Evan McClintock& Jennifer Ahmed
Supporting Students’ Quantitative & Covariational Reasoning: Designing & Implementing Tasks Linking Dynamic Animations and Graphs
Vivian Lim & Luke Reinke
Teaching Teachers about Realistic Mathematics Education
 
Carlos A. LópezLeiva, Sylvia Celedón Pattichis, Marios S. Pattichis, & Daniel Llamocca
Image Representation in a Middle School After School Program
 
Craig McBride
Flipping an Introductory Statistics Class: Students’ Attitudes About and Success with the use of Online Tools
Berenice Michels & Harrie Eijkelhof
Nature, Life and Technology (NLT): an interdisciplinary upper secondary course, integrating science and mathematics
Marc North
A proposed method for identifying the criteria according to which knowledge and participation are legitimised in contextualised mathematics
 
33 MB
Valerie Otero
Learning Environments and Tasks for Collaboratively Generating Disciplinary Principles: A Sample from Physics and Everyday Thinking
   
Sonia Palha, Jaap Schuitema,
Carla van Boxtel & Thea Peetsma 
Providing structure in mathematical tasks and keeping challenge: but how?!
Fred Peck (Sat)
How does reinvention get distributed?
22 MB
Fred Peck (Sun)
Beyond rise over run: Contexts, representations, and a learning trajectory for slope and linear functions
MaryPittman, Brian Sevier,
Violeta Garcia & Joanna Bruno
By Teachers for Teachers: Engaging Colorado Educators as the Creators of 21st century STEM Curricula
   
Kevin J. Reins 
Exploiting box plots for a visual model of informal statistical inference
Yutaka Saburi
Two geometry lessons with realistic contexts
Olga Shipulina, Peter Liljedahl
& David Smith
Virtual Environment: A Tool for Developing Students’ Abilities to Apply Mathematics to Real-life Problems
 
Sietske Tacoma
Contexts and Representations in a Digital Mathematics
Environment
Jesus Trespalacios
& Lida J. Uribe-Flórez
Using Manipulatives and Educational Animations to Support Students Reasoning on Measurement
Takehiro Tsubokawa
To make mathematics in higher education more enjoyable: An attempt to make students feel differential equations and Fourier series more close
 
Henk van der Kooij
Math and sciences: different subjects, but one common goal for STEM
Parallel Sessions