Cell Phone: 707-832-9973
At Forty-Second Annual State
of Jefferson Mathematics Congress October 5, 2013
Professor Emeritus of Mathematics
Fall, 2017: Visitor to University of Arizona Mathematics Department, Tucson, AZ.
out about the Sensible Calculus Program
Mapping Diagrams from A(lgebra)
B(asics) to C(alculus) and D(ifferential) E(quation)s. A Reference and Resource Book on Function Visualizations
Using Mapping Diagrams (In Development-Draft Version 8-2017)
British Congress of Mathematics Education 9, [Sessions A20, D20, E20, H20] April 3-6, 2018, University of Warwick. [Links]
Informal Proceedings 13- Mapping Diagrams: Four Sessions, One Theme. Using Mapping Diagrams in Algebra, Calculus, and Complex Analysis
Sacramento Valley Community College Mathematics (SVCCM) Conference, American River College (Sacramento),
"Solving Polynomials: Mapping Diagram Visualization", Saturday, March 3, 2018.[Links]
Joint Mathematics Meetings San Diego, CA, Jan. 13, 2018:
"Mapping Diagrams Visualizing Functions and Equation
Solutions: From Algebra Basics to Real and Complex Analysis." AMS
Special Session on Visualization in Mathematics: Perspectives of
Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators. [Links]
"Making Sense of Complex Integration: Mapping
Diagrams Created with GeoGebra to Visualize Definitions, Theory and
Applications." MAA Session on Revitalizing Complex Analysis [Links]
Borderland Math Teachers Circle, U of AZ, South Campus, "Mapping (Function) Diagrams to Visualize and Make Sense of Solving Linear and Quadratic Equations," November 14, 201 7 [Links]
AMATYC Conference, 2017, "Using Mapping Diagrams to Make Sense of Functions and Equations", November 11, 2017 [Links]
Arizona State University, Mathematics Education Colloquium, "Making Sense of Calculus with Mapping Diagrams:A Visual Alternative to Graphs", November 3, 2017
University of Arizona.Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers, Workshop,
"Using Mapping Diagrams to Make Sense of Functions and Calculus," Part I, October 18, 2017. [Links I] Part II [Links II]
HSU Math Department Colloquium, "Solving Polynomial Equations: Visualization from Linear to Cubic,from Rational to Complex Numbers", 9-24-2017
Recent(and not so Recent - back to 2011) Stuff
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Not So Recent (before 2011) Stuff.
My Bookmarks (old)
A resume.(pdf) ;
A biographical sketch.
POM SIGMAA (Philosophy of
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