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- The University of Texas at San Antonio Jul 2005

Post Master’s Degree Coursework in Mathematics Education - The University of Texas at San Antonio May 2005

Master of Arts in Education

Concentration in Curriculum and Instruction

Focus on Mathematics Education and Educational Technology - The University of Texas at San Antonio May 2003

Post Baccalaureate Teacher Certification Coursework

Concentration in Secondary Mathematics and German Language/Culture - The University of Maryland, University College Jan 1992

Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Concentration in Personnel and Labor Relations

Exploring Options for Determining Windows Without Using Domain and Range.

Presented at the 52nd annual Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching (CAMT)

2005 in Dallas Texas. (pages 78 and 81 of the conference program) July 12, 2005

Mittag, K., Taylor, S., Fies, D. (2010) Mean, Median, or Mode: Which One Is My Pencil?

Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, Vol 15, No. 9, pp 548-553.

Fies, David, 2009, “Got a Minute?”, Texas Instruments Activities Exchange,

URL: http://education.ti.com/educationportal/activityexchange/Activity.do?cid=US&aId=13350

Abstract: Aimed at Middle School students studying single variable statistics. The activity

gathers and then outlines the analysis of student-generated data through the 5-Number

Summary and the Box Plot both by hand and through the use of currently available handheld

graphing technology.

Fies, David, 2010, “Life Lines for Curves”, Texas Instruments Activities Exchange,

URL: http://education.ti.com/educationportal/activityexchange/Activity.do?cid=US&aId=13723

Abstract: Aimed at High School students studying non-linear function regression. The activity

uses systems of equations and matrices to outline a method for discovering the explicit form for

non-linear sequences employing currently available handheld graphing technology.