My second presentation of this semester will not be a continuation of my first presentation.
Instead I will focus on education in mathematics, specifically in the instruction of undergraduate college courses in abstract algebra. This topic is extremely relevant to all students in mathematics as they might have struggled learning abstract algebra after being taught to focus solely on calculus concepts for their entire learning up to abstract algebra.
My presentation will look at Dubinsky theory, which introduces the concept of learning through actions, processes, objects, and schemas.
It is most conducive to learning this topic through concrete examples, which will be explored in my presentation.
The link to the article used is below.