Getting to a High-Quality Standards-Based Reform Mathematics Classroom: Issues of Planning, Style, and Change

By:
Dr. Gregory Holdan,
Dr. Allen Lias,
Prof Denis Rudd
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Mathematics teachers who are beginning to incorporate newer standards-based reform mathematics curricula may want to revisit lesson design, learning style, and change. These issues in particular play an important role in moving from a traditional didactic teacher-centered classroom to a more student-centered constructivist classroom.


Keywords: Mathematics, Reform Mathematics, Standards-Based, Learning Style, Planning, Change, High-quality Mathematics Classroom
Stream: Curriculum and Pedagogy
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
Paper: Getting to a High-Quality Standards-Based Reform Mathematics Classroom


Dr. Gregory Holdan

Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education, School of Engineering, Math, and Science, Robert Morris University
USA

B.S. in Education from Indiana University of PA M.A. in Mathematics from Penn State University Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from Penn State University Secondary Mathematics Supervisor's Certificate Secondary Principal's Certificate 32 years teaching math and comp. sci. at Mt. Lebanon School District, PA 10 years adjunct math faculty at Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, PA 3 years at Robert Morris University Coordinator of Mathematics Education at Robert Morris University

Dr. Allen Lias

Professor of Mathematics, School of Engineering, Math, and Science, Robert Morris University
USA


Prof Denis Rudd

Professor and Director, Hospitality and Tourism Management, School of Business, Management Department, Robert Morris University
USA

Denis P. Rudd, Ed.D., CHA, FMP, Professor and Director of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Robert Morris University Pennsylvania at both the Coraopolis and Pittsburgh campuses. Dr Rudd is a fifth generation hotelier who began his career at his family's hotel in Windham, New York at the Osborn House, a one-hundred-and fifty room resort. His interests are varied and he has done research and made presentations on ADA, Bed and Breakfast, Innkeeping, Hotel management, Cognos Club operations, Marketing, Restaurant management, Human Resources, Business Intelligence, ABA, the Senior Market, and Casino Operations

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