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Presentations

Angiline Powell

Assoc Professor

Instruction Curriculum Leadership

Office Location: 411 B Ball Hall

Phone: (901) 678-4080

Email: apowell3@memphis.edu

  • *Powell, A. (1997, November). Making the usual-unusual. Paper presented at Alabama Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Montgomery, AL.        
  • *Powell, A. (1998, October). Making the usual-unusual. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Southern Regional Conference,  Little Rock, AR.          
  • *Powell, A. (2000, February). Students perceptions of exemplary mathematics teaching practices.  Paper presented at National Association of African American Studies, Houston, TX.       
  • *Powell, A. (2000, March). Mathematics a wonderful kind of play. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional, Mobile, AL.           
  • *Powell, A. (2000, April). Reflections on exemplary mathematics students. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.    
  • *Kelly, J., Stetson, R., Stetson, E., Powell, A., Miller, E.  (2000, April). Putting theory into practice: Reflective teaching and implications for use.  Paper presented at American Education Research Association,  New Orleans, LA.         
  • *Powell, A. (2000, July). Algebra play.  Paper presented at Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, Houston, TX.            
  • *Powell, A. (2001, April). African American mathematics studentsí perceptions of peers education and mathematical experiences. Paper presented at American Education Research Association, Seattle, WA.     
  • *Powell, A. (2001, April). Teacher! You can build us a future:  Things that work with urban students.  Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Orlando, FL.         
  • *Powell, A. (2001, July). Teacher! You can build us a future:  Things that work with urban students.  Paper presented at Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teachers, San Antonio, TX.         
  • *Powell, A. (2001, April). African American mathematics studentsí perceptions of peers education and mathematical experiences. Paper presented at American Education Research Association, Seattle, WA.      
  • *Powell, A., & Ray, B. (2003, March). Receptivity to mathematically-based electronic portfolios as assessment, reflection and anxiety. Paper presented at Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education, Albuquerque, New Mexico.       
  • *Powell, A., & Patton, M.  (2003, July). Altogether better: Funpacks for urban families. Paper presented at Conference on the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching, Austin, TX.         
  • *Powell, A. (2004, April). Mathematics a wonderful kind of play. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Philadelphia, PA.        
  • *Powell, A. &  Berry, R. Q. (2004, September). Still we rise: Voices of successful African American math students.  Paper presented at  Still Not Equal: Expanding Opportunites is a Global Society Patterson Conference, Washington DC.       
  •  *Powell, A., & Key, S. (2004, October). Can this teacher be saved? Paper presented at School Science and Mathematics Association, Atlanta, GA.    
  • *Powell, A., & Silva, C. (2005, February). Neither equal nor equitable:  Implementation of mathematics and language arts standards in urban schools. Paper presented at Research Council for Mathematics Learning, Little Rock, AR.           
  • *Powell, A. (2005, April). Mathematics funpacks: Fun for the family. Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Anaheim, CA.           
  •  *Powell, A., & Rousseau, C. (2005, October). Rural, poor, African American, algebra: Implementing change. Paper presented at School Science and Mathematics, Fort Worth, TX.         
  • *Key, S., Powell, A., & Perkins, J. H. (2005, October). The power of vocabulary: Its development and enhancement in the content areas. Paper presented at Tennessee Association for Childhood Education International, Memphis, TN.          
  • *Powell, A., & Berry, R. (2006, April). Successes and characteristics of successful African-American math students. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.          
  • *Powell, A., & Abraham, A. (2006, April). Assessing the assessors.  Paper presented at National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, St. Louis, MO.        
  • *Rousseau-Anderson, C., Powell, A., Watts, L., Franceschini, L., & Vogel, T. (2007, April). Down in the delta: Improving mathematics education for African American students in the rural south. Symposium presented at the American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL        
  • Powell, A. (2007, May). Down in the delta. Paper presented at the Southeastern Atlantic Section of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), Memphis, TN.     
  • *Powell, A. (2007, June). You can build us a future! Things that work with urban mathematics students.  Paper presented at University of Memphis Panhellenic Building, Memphis, TN. 
  •  Powell,A. ( 2007, August). Making sense of fractions:  I got it! Paper presented at the Memphis Area Council of Teachers of Mathematics Miniconference, Memphis, TN.    
  •  Powell, A. (2007, November). Good teaching matters!  You matter... Keynote address presented at Alabama Association of Developmental Education(ALADE). Orange Beach, AL.      
  • *McCullough, A., Powell, A., & Rousseau Anderson, C. (2007, November). Mathematics Professional Development in a Rural School District: Rewards and Challenges. Paper presented at School, Scienceand Mathematics Conference (SSMA).  Indianapolis, IN.  


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