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Regular Lectures ICME-11 Mexico

Teachers using technology: aspirations and classroom activity

Jean-Baptiste Lagrange, IUFM University of Reims and Didirem, University Paris 7, France.
E-mail: jean-baptiste.lagrange@univ-reims.fr
Web site: http://jb.lagrange.free.fr/site/

A course: Mathematics and Technology

Christiane Rousseau, Université de Montréal, Canada.
 

A Higher Standpoint

Jeremy Kilpatrick, University of Georgia, USA.

Celebrating the first century of ICMI (1908-2008), Some aspects of the history of ICMI

F. Arzarello, L. Giacardi , F. Furinghetti, M. Menghini
 

Challenges to mathematics education research faced by developing countries. Report of Survey Team 2

Team chair: Marcelo Borba (Brazil), mborba@rc.unesp.br
Team members: Hikma Smida (Tunisia), Hikma.Smida@minedu.edunet.tn; Li Jun (China), lijun@math.ecnu.edu.cn; Nerida Ellerton (USA), nellert@ilstu.edu; Mónica Villarreal (Argentina), mvilla@famaf.unc.edu.ar.

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Collaborative learning for mathematical level raising, what does it take?

Rijkje Dekker, Senior Researcher of Mathematics Education, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Graduate School of Teaching and Learning, Netherlands.
E-mail: r.dekker@uva.nl
 

Conceptualizing the Learning of Algebraic Technique: Role of Tasks and Technology

Carolyn Kieran, Université du Québec à Montréal, Département de mathématiques, Canada.
E-mail: kieran.carolyn@uqam.ca
 

Designing an Assessment Framework for Generative Learning Environments

Guadalupe Carmona, The University of Texas at Austin,
E-mail: lcarmona@mail.utexas.edu

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Developing mathematics teaching through research in practice: a community of inquiry model

Barbara Jaworski, Loughborough University, UK and University of Agder, Norway.

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Different profiles of ‘negative attitude toward mathematics’

Rosetta Zan, Department of Mathematics, Pisa, Italy.
 

District Development as a means of Improving Mathematics Teaching and Learning at Scale

Paul Cobb

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Equity: The Case for and Against Gender

Gilah C Leder, La Trobe University, Bundoora, Australia.
 

Ethnomathematics at the Margin of Europe - A Pagan Calendar in Modern Times

Kristín Bjarnadóttir, Associate professor, Iceland University of Education, Iceland.
E-mail: krisbj@khi.is
 

Every assessment must be formative for something or someone

Peter Nyström, Umeå University, Sweden.

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Exploring and investigating in mathematics teaching and learning

João Pedro da Ponte, Grupo de Investigação DIFMAT-Didáctica e Formação, Centro de Investigação em Educação e Departamento de Educação, Faculdade de Ciências da Universidade de Lisboa.

E-mail: jponte@fc.ul.pt
Web site: http://www.educ.fc.ul.pt/docentes/jponte
 

For a Comparative History of Mathematics Education

Wagner Rodrigues Valente, Universidade Bandeirante de São Paulo, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.

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Foundations for the Future in Math Ed – Research Methodologies for Getting Beyond Traditional Conceptions of Competence

Richard Lesh & Tom Fennewald, Indiana University, USA.

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Function-based Algebra Revisited

Walter Stroup, The University of Texas at Austin.
E-mail: wstroup@mail.utexas.edu

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Generating examples: an intriguing problem solving activity

Samuele Antonini, Dipartimento di Matematica, Università di Pavia, Italy.
 

How Mathematics Education can help in shaping a better World?

Ubiratan D’Ambrosio, Universidade Estadual de Campinas/UNICAMP, Brazil.
E-mail: ubi@usp.br
 

Initiating Reform in Mathematics Classrooms: Mathematical Empowerment of Teachers & Students

Anjum Halai, Aga Khan University Institute for Educational Development, Karachi, Pakistan.
E-mail: anjum.halai@aku.edu

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Learning mathematics as developing a discourse – outlining a commognitive perspective on thinking

Anna Sfard

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Mathematical education in the school of information age. Challenges for the content

A.L. Semenov. Russia

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Mathematical Literacy in South Africa – an opportunity for shifting learner identities in relation to Mathematics

Mellony Graven, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa.

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Mathematical terminology in teaching and learning mathematics in African languages

Mercy Kazima, University of Malawi.
E-mail: mkazima@chanco.unima.mw

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Mathematics education in Finnish comprehensive school: Characteristics contributing to student success

Pekka Kupari, Institute for Educational Research, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
E-mail: pekka.kupari@ktl.jyu.fi

Mathematics education in multicultural and multilingual environments. Report of Survey Team 5

Team chairs: Alan Bishop (Australia), Alan.Bishop@Education.monash.edu.au
Team members: Marta Civil (USA), civil@math.arizona.edu; Mamokgethi Setati (South Africa), Mamokgethi.Setati@wits.ac.za; Nuria Gorgorió (Spain), Nuria.Gorgorio@uab.cat; Maria do Carmo Santos Domite (Brazil), mcdomite@usp.br

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One in-service teacher education programme in mathematics: rewards and challenges

Maria de Lurdes Serrazina, Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa, Portugal.

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Professional development of teacher educators, the ELWIeR initiative

Jan van Maanen, Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht, NL.

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Progress of Qingpu Experiment in 21 Century: An empirical study on main factors analysis of mathematical ability objects

Prof GU Lingyuan, Shanghai Academy of Educational Sciences, glyuan@es.shec.edu.cn;
Dr YANG Yudong, Shanghai Academy of Educational Sciences, mathedu@163.com;
Mr YANG Jianzhong, Qingpu Experiment Research Institute of Shanghai, yjz58@yahoo.cn.

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Research on Developing Statistical Reasoning: Reflections, Lessons Learned and Challenges

Dani Ben-Zvi, University of Haifa, Israel.

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Semantic perspective in mathematics education. A model theoretic point of view

Viviane Durand-Guerrier, Université de Lyon, Université Lyon 1, IUFM de Lyon & LEPS, équipe LIRDHIST, Université Grenoble 1, ERTé Maths à modeler, France.
 

Societal challenges to mathematics education in different countries. Report on Survey Team 6

Team chair: Joan Ferrini-Mundy (USA), jferrini@msu.edu
Team members: Masami Isoda (Japan), msisoda@muc.biglobe.ne.jp; Zbigniew Marciniak (Poland), zbimar@mimuw.edu.pl; Parvin Sinclair (India), pksinclair@ignou.ac.in; Werner Blum (Germany), blum@mathematik.uni-kassel.de

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Student and teacher reasoning on rational numbers, multiplicative structures, and related topics

Jere Confrey, Joseph D. Moore Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education, Department of Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education and The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, College of Education, North Carolina State University, USA.

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An Innovative Integrated Model of School-University Partnership

Pi-Jen Lin, Mathematics Education Study Center, National Hsinchu University of Education.
 

Teaching mathematics to Inuit children in Nunavik: taking into account the environment, the culture and the language.

Louise Poirier, Université de Montréal, Canada.

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The Beauty of Teaching Mathematics: A Case of Problem Solving

Oleksiy Yevdokimov, University of Southern Queensland, Australia.

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The Challenges for School Mathematics in Japan

Shizumi Shimizu, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

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The Concept of Identity, Positioning the Self within Research

Margaret Walshaw, M.A.Walshaw@massey.ac.nz
 

The First IEA Study of Mathematics Teacher Education [TEDS-M 2008]: An International Comparative Study in Progress

Maria Teresa Tatto, John Schwille, and Sharon Senk of Michigan State University; Lawrence Ingvarson, Ray Peck and Glenn Rowley of the Australian Council for Educational Research

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The impact of the beliefs of a mathematics’ teacher on the their students’ beliefs: a qualitative research

Edison De Faria Campos, Universidad de Costa Rica, Costa Rica.
E-mail: edefaria@cariari.ucr.ac.cr

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The Loss of Intuition

Eduardo Mancera Martínez, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico.
E-mail: eduardo_mancera@prodigy.net.mx

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The Notions and roles of Theory in Mathematics Education Research. Report of Survey Team 7

Authors: Survey Team 7 : Teresa Assude (chair) (France).
Other members: Paolo Boero (Italy), Patricio Herbst (USA), Stephen Lerman (UK), Luis Radford (Canada).
Regular Lecture: Teresa Assude & Stephen Lerman.
 

The Preparation Gap: Teacher Education for Middle School Mathematics in Six Countries

William H. Schmidt et al

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The Royal Statistical Society Schools Lecture

Susan Starkings, London South Bank University, UK.
E-mail: starkisa@lsbu.ac.uk

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The Separation Model of Generalization: In the Case of Division with Fractions

Hideki Iwasaki & Takeshi Yamaguchi, Hiroshima University, Japan.

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The teacher as producer of knowledge: an idea that questions the didactic field

Patricia Sadovsky

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The U.S.'s National Math Panel – Recommendations, Lessons Learned, What’s here for you?

Francis (Skip) Fennell, Professor of Education, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD & Past President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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Use of Mathematical Software for Teaching and Learning Mathematics

Ajit Kumar, Department of Applied Mathematics, Institute of Chemical Technology;
S. Kumaresan, Department of Mathematics, University of Mumbai, India.
 

Video Study of Mathematics Teaching in Chile

Roberto Araya & Pablo Dartnell Programa de Investigación en Educación Universidad de Chile
 

Where have all the future mathematicians gone? Or are they still around? Report of Survey Team 1

Survey Team 1.
Chair: Derek Holton (New Zealand), dholton@maths.otago.ac.nz;
Team members: Ren Zizhao (China), renzz@mail.neea.edu.cn; Eric Muller (Canada), emuller@brocku.ca; Oscar Adolfo Sánchez Valenzuela (Mexico); Juha Oikkonen (Finland), Juha.Oikkonen@helsinki.fi

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¿Qué calidad educativa matemática pretendemos? Una propuesta de criterios para la mejora de nuestra enseñanza.

José Aymerich Miralles, Universitat JAUME I de Castellón, España.

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