Keynotes And Presenters

KEYNOTES

Jean-Luc Dorier, Professor ordinaire de didactique des mathématiques, Université de Genève, Swizzerland:
VECTORS AND TRANSLATIONS IN MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

George Gadanidis, Associate Professor, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada:
AESTETIC ATTENTION AND YOUNG MATHEMATICIANS

Uffe Thomas Jankvist, Associate Professor, Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark:
ON THE USE OF PRIMARY HISTORICAL SOURCES IN THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF MATHEMATICS – SHORT AND LONG TERM EFFECTS

Irene Neumann, Dr., IPN – Universität Kiel, Germany:
THE ROLE OF MATHEMATICS IN SCIENCE EDUCATION – EMPIRICAL INSIGHTS

Gesche Pospiech, Professor Dr., TU Dresden, Germany:
INTERPLAY OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS IN PHYSICS EDUCATION

 

PRESENTERS

Viktor Freiman & Xavier Robichaud: DIGITAL SKILLS NEEDED FOR MATHEMATICS STUDENTS AND TEACHERS: WHAT DOES RESEARCH SAY?

Julia Knopf & Silke Ladel: „CU 18ER – CU2 🙂 – THE NETWORK BETWEEN MATHEMATICS AND LANGUAGE.

Gao Shuzhu: MATHEMATICAL AND HISTORICAL MEANING OF VOCABULARITIES IN CHINESE MATHEMATICAL CURRICULUM.

Reinhard Oldenburg: FUNCTIONS IN COMPUTER SCIENCES AND IN MATHEMATICS – IDEAS TO BRIDGE THE GAP.

Hans Peter Nutzinger: INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN MATHEMATICS AND MUSIC AND THE CONSEQUENCES FOR THEIR DIDACTICS.

Xavier Robichaud & Viktor Freiman: EXPLORING DEEPER CONNECTIONS BETWEEN MATHEMATIC, MUSIC AND ICT: WHAT AVENUES FOR RESEARCH IN EDUCATION?

David Reid: OBSERVING TEACHERS: THE MATHEMATICS PEDAGOGY OF QUEBEC FRANCOPHONE AND ANGLOPHONE TEACHERS.

Hans Walser: PUZZLES AND DISSECTIONS.

Elena Klimova & Sabine Prinz: A MATHEMATICAL EXCURSION WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE HISTORY OF A CITY (paper).

Simon Zell: DOING MATH WITH MOTION SENSORS.

 

Special Guest:

Dietmar Guderian: MATHEMATICS IN CONTEMPORARY ART.