**Links for Recent Presentations**

**Please use one of the following links.
**

Slides Demos
and References for Mathfest 2018 presentation.

Slides
from Game Of Stones Contributed paper at MD-DC-VA Spring 2017 Meeting.

AP Calc
Readers
Professional Night Minute Math
References.

For slides, please send an email to dan at dankalman dot net.

Materials from
The Hitchhiker's Guide to Mathematics, a Mathfest 2015 Minicourse.

References and
links for lectures
at Miami University of Ohio, September 2014.

References
for Minute Math Talk at
PASSHEMA meeting, April, 2012.

References and links for Ladder Problem Talk
at EPADEL section meeting, April 2012.

Slides and exercises
from Polynomia Pasttimes, a student activity at MAA's Mathfest 2011.

The
Most Marvelous Theorem in Mathematics,
presented to the Michigan Undergraduate Mathematics Conference, Grand
Rapids, MI, October 2010:

Math Horizons article

American Mathematical Monthly Article

On-line article with animation and hypertext

Slides
from Euler, Dilog, and the Basel Problem, presented at the Jan 2010
AMS/MAA meetings.

Provincial
Polynomia: Uncommon Excursions for the Seasoned Visitor,
presented at St. Norbert College, Nov 2009, MD-DC-VA MAA meeting, Nov
2009, and MAA Carriage House, March, 2009:

For a
source on the polynomial puzzle look here.

For more on binary powering look here
and here.

For more about Lill's method look here.

For more information on
Marden's Theorem look here.

Mathematics in Orbit, presented at AMS/MAA meetings, Jan 2009, Washington DC:

Provincial Polynomia: Uncommon Excursions for the Seasoned Visitor, presented at NCTM HQ, June, 2008:

For a
source on the polynomial puzzle look here.

For more on binary powering look here
and here.

For more about Lill's method look here.

For more information on
Marden's Theorem look here.

Reprint of Calculus in Orbit, referred to in a visit to Walt Whitman High School, December 2007.

Slides from Ladders, Couches, and Envelopes, presented at Loyola College, Baltimore, November 2007. Also, here is a reprint of Solving the Ladder Problem on the Back of an Envelope, from Mathematics Magazine, June 2007, which covers the same topics in greater detail.

Slides from Euler, Dilog, and the Basel Problem, presented at the Fall 2008 meeting of the MD-DC-VA section of the MAA.

Assessment Presentations at January 06
San
Antonio
January Meetings, joint work with Lyn Stallings. Here are slides,
as well as word documents for
a sample
paper and editorial
guidelines from the student
paper mini-study.

Preprint for a paper on the Ladder
Problem and
Envelopes of Curves. Get both the paper
and all the figures
(which are in a
separate file).
SPECIAL NOTE RE MD-DC-VA Fall 05 Meeting
Presentation.

The slide files connected to the next two links do not have complete details on some topics, and/or appropriate references. However, the missing information can be found in the paper linked after the slide files.

Slides from Spring 2005 ISMAA talk about Fibonacci numbers

Slides from a related talk about Fibonacci numbers and Pythagorean Triples

Reprint of a paper on Fibonacci numbers Joint paper with Robert Mena, published in Mathematics Magazine, June 2003.

For the January 2005 joint MAA/AMS meetings in Atlanta, GA,
MAA
Invited Paper Session on the Legacy of James White:

Mathwright Library Web Site

White's Interactive Calculus Book

White's Paper on Conic Sections (published in the MAA's JOMA on-line journal)

And here's a link to the video presentation

Samad Mortabit's Interactive College Algebra Book Preview

Mike Pepe's Transformations of a Function Webpage

Memorial Webpage for James White

Kalman's Mathwright Web Activities

Virtual Empirical Investigation: Concept Formation and Theory Justification, pedagogical basis for mathwright style interactions. A later version appeared in the November 2005 American Mathematical Monthly.

Virtual Mathematics (640 KB) from the Opening Banquet at Mathfest 2004, Providence, RI. Also see related Mathwright Webpage Activities

Mathwright Activities discussed in a presentation to Project NExT at January 04 meetings in Phoenix. Also see related Mathwright Webpage Activities

*Math
Modeling in the
Prior-to-Calculus Curriculum*.

Slides from a College Algebra / Precalculus panel discussion at the
MAA Mathfest, Boulder, August 2003.

*Elementary
Mathematical
Models - An entry level mathematics course for the five minute
university*.

Slides from a presentation at the AMS/MAA meeting, Baltimore,
January 2003.

Two related papers:

*Entry
Level College
Mathematics: Algebra or Modeling* from AMATYC
Review

*Elementary
Math
Models: College Algebra Topics and a Liberal Arts Approach*
from a forthcoming MAA Notes volume.

The slide files connected to the next two links do not have complete details on some topics, and/or appropriate references. However, the missing information can be found in the paper linked after the slide files.

Slides from a Spring 2003 talk about Fibonacci numbers and Pythagorean Triples

Slides from a Fall 2002 talk about Fibonacci numbers

Reprint of a paper on Fibonacci numbers Joint paper with Robert Mena, published in Mathematics Magazine, June 2003.

Webpage
related to Mathwright
Web Activities, as discussed in *Interactive
Mathlets
from Mathwright, *presented at the AMS/MAA meeting, Baltimore,
January 2003.

Virtual Empirical Investigation: Concept Formation and Theory Justification, web version of a paper that will be submitted for publication.