Presentations by Center Staff

The following are presentations related to the work of the Center for Algebraic Thinking by Center staff:

Rhine, S. & Harrington, R. (2015). What makes algebra difficult to learn for some students? Annual meeting of the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics, Boston, MA.

Harrington, R. & Rhine, S. (2015). Learning difficult concepts in algebra through iPad apps. Annual meeting of the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics, Boston, MA.

Rhine, S. (2014). What makes algebra hard to learn? 53rd Northwest Mathematics Conference, Portland, OR.

Charles, M. & Rhine, S. (2014). iPad apps for algebra teaching. 53rd Northwest Mathematics Conference, Portland, OR.

Rhine, S. & Harrington, R. (2014). Research, Technology, and Mathematics Methods Courses. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) Webinar (amte.net).

Rhine, S. (2014). The role of technology in increasing preservice teachers’ anticipation of students’ thinking in algebra. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Jacksonville, FL

Charles, M. & Rhine, S. (2014). Teaching algebra for understanding with virtual manipulative on iPads. Northwest Council on Computer Education, Seattle, WA

Harrington, R. & Rhine, S. (2014). Mathematical apps: Babysitters, manipulatives or generators of mathematics? Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) annual conference, Irvine, CA

Rhine, S. & Harrington, R. (2014). The role of technology in increasing preservice teachers’ anticipation of students’ thinking in algebra. Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) annual conference, Irvine, CA.

Rhine, S. (2013, November). Research on algebraic thinking and its role in accelerating early career teachers’ effectiveness in classrooms. Presented at the Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America Chapter Conference, Chicago, IL. 

Charles, M. & Rhine, S. (2013, February). Overcoming the algebra barrier with iPads. Presented at the annual conference of the Northwest Council for Computer Education, Portland, OR.

Samek, L., Rhine, S., & Charles, M. (2013, January). Algebraic thinking--Developing preservice teachers' pedagogical content knowledge with technology enhanced experiences. Presented at the annual conference for the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, Orlando, FL.

Wylie, C.; Bauer, M.; Rhine, S. (2012, November) “How Can Models of Mathematical Development be Structured, Represented, Communicated and Used in Formative Assessment?” Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America Chapter Conference, Kalamazoo, MI.

Rhine, S. & Harrington, R. (2012, November) “Research on students' algebraic thinking: What is useful for teachers?” Psychology of Mathematics Education-North America Chapter Conference, Kalamazoo, MI.

Charles, M. (2012, October). Addressing the Algebra Barrier with iPads. Presented at the Northwest Mathematics Conference, Victoria, BC.

Rhine, S. (2012, September). Is the revolution here? Keynote presented at the Oregon Technology in Education Network (OTEN) Conference 2012, Forest Grove, OR.

Charles, M., Samek, L., & Rhine, S. (2012, September). Virtual Manipulatives for Algebra Teaching and Overcoming the Algebra Barrier with Mobile Devices. Presented at the Oregon Technology in Education Network (OTEN) Conference 2012, Forest Grove, OR.

Rhine, S. (2012, September). iPads and Virtual Manipulatives for Algebra. Presented at the annual conference of the Teachers of Teachers of Mathematics (TOTOM), Southern Oregon University.

Charles, M., Samek, L., & Rhine, S. (2012, June). Overcoming the algebra barrier with mobile devices. Bring Your Own Device workshop session presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), San Diego, CA.

McCaffrey, C. & Charles, M. (2011, October). Analyzing Change: Improving Covariational Reasoning and Graphical Analysis through Problem Solving. Concurrent session presented at the Northwest Mathematics Conference, Portland, OR.

Charles, M. & Rhine, S. (2011, September). Computer tablets as an accomplice in overcoming the algebra barrier. Concurrent session presentation at the Oregon Technology in Education (OTEN) Inspiration Conference, Willamette University, Salem, OR

Rhine, S. (March, 2012). Virtual manipulatives for algebra teaching. Presented at the Northwest Council on Computer Education, Seattle, WA. 

Starr, C. (2012). The Algebraic Thinking Project and the Encyclopedia of Algebraic Thinking. Presented at the Joint Mathematics Meeting, Boston, MA. 

Rhine, S. (October, 2011). How students think when doing algebra. Presented at the Northwest Mathematics Conference, Portland, OR.

Rhine, S. (2010). A Technological Solution to the Algebra Dilemma. Presented at the Ubiquitous Learning Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia.