First Central American and Caribbean Congress in Mathematics Education (I CEMACYC), November 6-8, 2013
November 6th-8th in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
The Central America and Caribbean Network for Mathematics Education is organizing the First Central American and Caribbean Congress in Mathematics Education (I CEMACYC) on November 6th-8th in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. This Network was born as a result of the CANP 2012, held in Costa Rica on August 2012, with the support of IMU-ICMI.
The 1st CEMACYC will have prestigious speakers from the international Math Education community who will participate in in plenary addresses and roundtables, parallel addresses and roundtables, and courses. They have already confirmed their participation as plenary speakers:
-Ubiratan D’Ambrosio (Brazil)
-Michèle Artigue (France)
-Luis Radford (Guatemala, Canada)
-Salvador Llinares (Spain)
-Eduardo Mancera (Mexico)
-Patrick Scott (USA)
The Congress is sponsored by the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI), the International Mathematical Union (IMU), the Interamerican Committee on Math Education (IACME) and the regional office of the International Council for Science (ICSU).
The 1st CEMACYC is accepting proposals from academic and students for short communications, workshops and
posters. Official languages: Spanish, Portuguese, English.
The central topics of the Congress are:
-Teacher preparation in Math Education
-Curriculum development in Math Education
All information is on the official website: i.cemacyc.org