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Ongoing ICMI Studies

The volumes resulting from the ICMI Studies appear in the New ICMI Studies Series (NISS) published by Springer under the general editorship of the President and the Secretary-General of ICMI. 

Twenty-three studies have been completed.

Two ICMI Studies are currently in process:

1) ICMI Study 24: School Mathematics Curriculum Reforms: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities 

At the end of 2016 the ICMI EC launched the 24th ICMI Study with the topic: "School Mathematics Curriculum Reforms: Challenges and Changes". The study was launched in February 2017 by the co-chairs Renuka Vithal (South Africa) and Yoshinori Shimizu (Japan).

The first IPC meeting was November 13-15th, 2017 in the IMU Secretariat in Berlin. The IPC as well as the ex-officio's participated in the meeting.  

The Discussion Document can be found here. The document includes a call for contributions.

 

2) ICMI Study 25: Teachers of Mathematics Working and Learning in Collaborative Groups

In November 2018 the ICMI EC announced the launching of a new ICMI Study on Mathematics teachers working and learning in collaborative groups.

The first IPC meeting took place February 11-13th, 2019 in the IMU Secretariat in Berlin. The IPC as well as the ICMI President and ICMI Secretary-General ( ex-officio's and Series Editors) participated in the meeting.

The Discussion Document can be found here. 

More information about the Study can be found here.