2018–2021 Talks

2021 Talks

No Talks in 2020

2019 Talks
  • MathFest, Cinncinati, OH, meeting of SIGMAA TAHSM, August 2

    • Calculus Reordered: A History of the Big Ideas

  • S3TM workshop, Hartford, CT, July 16­–17

    • Resources for SoTL

    • Calculus Reordered: A History of the Big Ideas

  • SUMS Conference, Brown University, Providence, RI, April 13

    • Calculus Reordered: A History of the Big Ideas

  • T3 Conference, Baltimore, MD, March 9

    • Calculus Reordered: A History of the Big Ideas

  • Joint Math Meetings, Baltimore, MD, January 16–19

    • Slides for Committee on Articulation and Placement Panel

    • Reflections on Teaching Calculus for the First Time—45 Times 

2018 Talks
  • Norwegian Mathematics Council, Oslo, Norway, September 20

    • Lessons from the U.S. Study of College Calculus

  • MatRIC's Annual Conference, Gardermoen, Norway, September 17

    • Using History and Education Research to Shape the Calculus Curriculum

  • Teaching Calculus Now: Current Trends and Best Practices, Duquesne University, August 20

    • Using History and Education Research to Shape the Calculus Curriculum

    • Lessons from the National Studies of College Calculus

    • Issues of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • Calculus Instruction in Atlantic Canada, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, May 30

    • Lessons from the U.S. Study of College Calculus

  • Mathematics Action Planning Conference, State University System of Florida, Orlando, FL, May 7

    • Lessons from the National Study of College Calculus

  • George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, April 26

    • A Radical Approach to Calculus

  • NCTM Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, April 26

    • The Role of Calculus in the Transition from High School to College Mathematics

  • Electronic Math Education Seminar, MIT, April 17

    • A Radical Approach to Calculus