Professor Dietiker Presents on Mathematics Curriculum Research at UC Berkeley

Professor Leslie Dietiker is traveling to Berkeley, California, as a leader in research on curriculum design and mathematics education.

Professor Dietiker is giving a colloquium talk at the University of California, Berkeley, on Monday, October 7th, 2013. Her talk, A tale of two algebra lessons: A contrast of mathematical plots, will “share the results of an exploratory study of the aesthetic qualities of mathematical sequences found in U.S. high school algebra classrooms.” Professor Dietiker will discuss math lessons and their qualities, and how the lessons can be presented stimulate students’ interest.

Learn more about Professor Dietiker’s UC Berkeley Colloquium talk.


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