1st KAIST International Symposium on

 
    Enhancing University Mathematics Teaching    May 12-16, 2005

 

 Conference Home :   http://math.kaist.ac.kr/2005/

 Conference Photos : http://learnserver.csd.univie.ac.at/~neuwirth/ConferencePictures/

 Conference Excursion:   http://learnserver.csd.univie.ac.at/~neuwirth/KoreanExcursion/  

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DAILY SCHEDULE

Thursday, May 12

Arrival of International Speakers and Conference Participants

Friday, May 13

Academic Program – Day 1

Reception for All Symposium Participants (evening)

Special Program (night)

Saturday, May 14

Academic Program – Day 2

Dinner for International Speakers (evening)

Sunday, May 15

Guided Tour for International Speakers

Dinner for International Speakers (evening)

Monday, May 16

Departure of International Speakers


SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS

All presentations will be in the Creative Learning Building of KAIST’s Daejeon Campus

Friday, May 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time

Activity

Room

Presider

8:00-9:00

On-site registration

Lobby

9:00-9:20

Welcome and Overview

101

9:20-10:00

Deborah Hughes Hallett: Harnessing the Enthusiasm of Our Best and Brightest Students for Mathematics

101

Gyo Taek Jin

10:10-10:50

Lee Seitelman: How to Succeed in Business (and Industry) by Really Trying: Skills and Knowledge that Come in Handy

101

Gyo Taek Jin

10:50-11:10

Coffee Break

Lobby

11:10-11:50

William McCallum: Computer Algebra and Human Algebra

101

Sung Sook Kim

12:00-12:40

Terry Mills: Mathematics – At Your Service

101

Sung Sook Kim

12:40-1:40

Lunch

East Cafeteria

1:40-2:10

Chi-Kwong Li: Research Experience with Undergraduates

101

Jing Hong Kim

2:20-2:50

Sang-Gu Lee: Learning Environment of Linear Algebra in Korean Colleges

101

Jing Hong Kim

3:00-3:30

Erich Neuwirth: Computers Supporting Mathematical Insights – A Case Study

101

Wan Soon Kim

3:30-3:50

Coffee Break

Lobby

 

Activity I

Room

Presider

Activity II

Room

Presider

3:50-4:10

Sung-Ock Kim: On Mathematics Courses for the Social Sciences

101

Wan Soon Kim

Nikolay Shilov: On Mathematical Contents of Computer Science Contests

102

Young Han Chae

4:20-4:50

Robert S. Smith: Spreadsheets in the Mathematics Classroom

101

Jae Hak Lee

Workshop: Solomon Friedberg
Teaching Development via Case Studies

102

Young Han Chae

5:00-5:30

Alexander Stanoyevitch: Incorporating MATLAB into University Mathematics Programs

101

Jae Hak Lee

6:00-7:45

Reception and Dinner

East Cafeteria

8:00 pm

3rd KAIST Open Lecture on Sharing Mathematical Experiences. Erich Neuwirth: Tuning Musical Instruments with Mathematical Principles

Terman Hall

Ki Hyoung Ko

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, May 14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time

Activity

Room

Presider

8:00–9:00

On-site registration

Lobby

9:00–9:40

Thomas Banchoff: Interactive Geometry and Multivariate Calculus on the Internet

101

Dongsu Kim

9:50–10:30

Elena Varbanova: A CAS-Supported Environment for Learning and Teaching Calculus

101

Dongsu Kim

10:30-10:50

Coffee Break

Lobby

10:50–11:30

James Sandefur: Understanding and Overcoming Student Difficulties with Proof and Problem Solving

101

Insun Shin

11:40–12:10

Gabriele Uchida: Experience with Blended Learning: IT Support Inside the Classroom and Beyond

101

Insun Shin

12:10-1:40

Lunch

East Cafeteria

1:40-2:10

Oh Nam Kwon: Towards Inquiry-Oriented Mathematics Teaching in University

101

Kang Sup Lee

2:20-2:50

Huriye Arikan: A Leverage in Learning

101

Kang Sup Lee

3:00-3:30

Ulrich Kortenkamp: Guidelines for Using Computers Creatively in Mathematics Education

101

Mi Kwang Kang

3:30-3:50

Coffee Break

Lobby

 

Activity I

Room

Presider

Activity II

Room

Presider

3:50-4:10

Narita Masahiro: A Curriculum for Teaching How Mathematics is Applied in the Real World in a Teacher Education Course in a Japanese College

101

Mi Kwang Kang

Kang Sup Lee: Assessing Students' Achievement in Introductory Mathematics Courses in College

102

Byung Soo Lee

4:20-4:50

Warren Page: Critical Issues and Inquiries Related to Evolving Educational Technologies

101

Chi Bong Chung

Two workshops in parallel :
Neuwirth, Smith, Arganbright
Mathematical Modeling and Visualization with Microsoft Excel

308

Mi Kwang Kang

5:00-5:30

Christine Stevens: Helping New Mathematics Faculty to Develop into Successful Teachers and Scholars

101

Chi Bong Chung

Gabriele Uchida: Using BSCW in Teaching

307

Byung Soo Lee

5:30

Social Time