Patrice Tiffany, EDD

Patrice Tiffany, EDD

Associate Professor

Department : Mathematics

Email : patrice.tiffany@manhattan.edu

Phone : 718-862-7991

Office : RLC 2FL

Education

EDD, Columbia University
MA, CUNY Lehman College
MS, Polytechnic University
BA, College of Mount St. Vincent

Research

My research interests involve the use of technology in the teaching and learning of College mathematics. I am involved in the integration of computer algebra systems into the calculus curriculum.

Publications & Professional Activities

  •  A Four Step Method for Creating Animations. (with Rosemary Farley) published inComputers in Education Journal.  Vol. 4 No. 3 July--September 2013, 59-62.    
  • A Pilot Program Using an e-book and Online Homework in the Calculus Sequence (with Rosemary Farley) published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics 2013.
  • Creating Animations (with Rosemary Farley) to be published in the  Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, March, 2012. 
  • Jumpstarting Technology in the Calculus Curriculum (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2004.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Lessons Learned:  A Decade Using a Computer Algebra System, Five Years Using a Course Management System (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2002.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Maple and Blackboard (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2001.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using the Course Management System Blackboard 5 with the Computer Algebra System Maple in the Mathematics Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference in March, 2001. The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integrating the WWW into Mathematics Courses—What Works? (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Animations and Maple (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using Maple in the Probability Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eleventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1998.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Modernizing the Calculus Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Tenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1997.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Modeling (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Ninth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1996.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  A Continuing Process (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eighth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  An Evolving Process (with Rosemary Farley and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Eleventh Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference in October, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.                                                                                 
  • · Integrating Maple:  A Process of Evaluation and Evolution (with Carol Hurwitz,  Thomas Smith,  Charles Stolze,  Rosemary Farley, and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Seventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1994.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference
  •  A Four Step Method for Creating Animations. (with Rosemary Farley) published inComputers in Education Journal.  Vol. 4 No. 3 July--September 2013, 59-62.     
  • A Pilot Program Using an e-book and Online Homework in the Calculus Sequence (with Rosemary Farley) published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics 2013.
  • Creating Animations (with Rosemary Farley) to be published in the  Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, March, 2012. 
  • Jumpstarting Technology in the Calculus Curriculum (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2004.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Lessons Learned:  A Decade Using a Computer Algebra System, Five Years Using a Course Management System (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2002.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference
  • · Maple and Blackboard (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2001.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using the Course Management System Blackboard 5 with the Computer Algebra System Maple in the Mathematics Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference in March, 2001. The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integrating the WWW into Mathematics Courses—What Works? (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Animations and Maple (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using Maple in the Probability Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eleventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1998.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Modernizing the Calculus Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Tenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1997.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Modeling (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Ninth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1996.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  A Continuing Process (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eighth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  An Evolving Process (with Rosemary Farley and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Eleventh Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference in October, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.                                                                                 
  • · Integrating Maple:  A Process of Evaluation and Evolution (with Carol Hurwitz,  Thomas Smith,  Charles Stolze,  Rosemary Farley, and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Seventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1994.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference
  •  A Four Step Method for Creating Animations. (with Rosemary Farley) published inComputers in Education Journal.  Vol. 4 No. 3 July--September 2013, 59-62.     
  • A Pilot Program Using an e-book and Online Homework in the Calculus Sequence (with Rosemary Farley) published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics 2013.
  • Creating Animations (with Rosemary Farley) to be published in the  Proceedings of the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, March, 2012. 
  • Jumpstarting Technology in the Calculus Curriculum (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Seventeenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2004.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Lessons Learned:  A Decade Using a Computer Algebra System, Five Years Using a Course Management System (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Fifteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2002.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Maple and Blackboard (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Fourteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2001.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using the Course Management System Blackboard 5 with the Computer Algebra System Maple in the Mathematics Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference in March, 2001. The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integrating the WWW into Mathematics Courses—What Works? (with Rosemary Farley) was a mini-course taught at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Animations and Maple (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Thirteenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 2000.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Using Maple in the Probability Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eleventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1998.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Modernizing the Calculus Classroom (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Tenth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1997.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Mathematical Modeling (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Ninth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1996.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  A Continuing Process (with Rosemary Farley) was presented at the Eighth International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • · Integration of Maple into the Calculus Sequence:  An Evolving Process (with Rosemary Farley and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Eleventh Annual Eastern Small College Computing Conference in October, 1995.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.                                                                                 
  • · Integrating Maple:  A Process of Evaluation and Evolution (with Carol Hurwitz,  Thomas Smith,  Charles Stolze,  Rosemary Farley, and  Kathryn Weld) was presented at the Seventh International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in November, 1994.  The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference

 

 

Honors & Awards

2010-2011 Distinguished LaSallian Educator Award

Professional Memberships

MAA

Courses Taught/Teaching


MATH 185      Calculus I

MATH 186     Calculus II

MATH 285      Calculus III

MATH 153     Linear Math Analysis

MATH 154     Calculus for Business Decisions

MATH 151     Modern Mathematics

CMOT 101     Computer Science I

CMPT 102      Computer Science II

CMPT 214      Teaching and Learning with Technology

CMPT 241       Web Programming

CMPT 334      Computer Organization