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The Executive Committee (EC) of ICMI consists of the following members. 

All five CANP regions have created a regional networks:

F103 Room

In order to contribute to the general program of ICME 11, Topic Study Group 16 seeks contributions on the research and development in the teaching and learning of calculus. The organizing team (OT) will review, select and organize contributions, some by invitation and some submitted by interested participants, that account for advances, new trends, and important work done in recent years on the teaching and learning processes of Calculus.

Jorge Urencio Auditorium - FIME


Sections:

Organizing team composition

Aims and Focus

Submissions and proposals

Preliminary schedule

Practical information

Other activities linked to statistics education around ICME 11

Long presentation

Short presentation

Presentation by distribution

Schedule

Papers and discussion documents

B205 and B206 Rooms

Sections:
Organizing team composition

Aims and Focus

Call for Contributions

Submission Guidelines

Papers and discussion documents


Team chairs:

Fou-Lai Lin (Taiwan)

linfl@math.ntnu.edu.tw

Alain Kuzniak (France)

Team members:

Gustavo Bermúdez (Uruguay)

gbermudez@adinet.com.uy

Bijan Zangeneh (Iran)

zangeneh@sharif.edu

Karen F. Hollebrands (USA)

karen_hollebrands@ncsu.edu

Lisandro Peña Auditorium - Architecture

Topic Study Group 11 brings together researchers and developers who investigate and develop theoretical accounts of the teaching and learning of algebra. The group especially welcomes empirically grounded contributions that focus on (a) learning and teaching in diverse classrooms settings from around the world; (b) the evolution of algebraic reasoning from elementary through university schooling.

Topics of interest include: 

-Classroom processes that enhance the learning of algebra. 

201 and B202 Rooms


Sections:

Organizing team composition

Call for papers

Proposals by

Papers and discussion documents


Team chairs:

Susan Forman (USA)

sforman2@nyc.rr.com

Richard Noss (United Kingdom)

r.noss@ioe.ac.uk

Team members:

Zlatan Magajna (Slovenia)

zlatan.magajna@guest.arnes.si

Henk van der Kooij (The Netherlands)

H.vanderKooij@fi.uu.nl

Jose Maria Chamoso (Spain)

jchamoso@usal.es

B105 and B106 Rooms

(people who start school in an advanced age; continuing education; citizenship)


Sections:

Organizing team composition

Aims and focus

Call for papers

Papers and discussion documents


Team chairs:

Diana Coben (United Kingdom)

King’s College London

Department of Education and Professional Studies

Professor of Adult Numeracy

Franklin-Wilkins Building (Waterloo Bridge Wing)

Waterloo Road

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