ICMT3

from Monday, 16 September 2019 (08:30) to Thursday, 19 September 2019 (17:30)
Paderborn University, Germany

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
16 Sep 2019
17 Sep 2019
18 Sep 2019
19 Sep 2019
AM
08:30
Others (until 10:00) ()
10:00
Others (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary (until 12:30) (O1)
11:00 Revisiting resources as a theme in mathematics education - Jill Adler (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa; King’s College London, UK)   (O1)
08:30
Plenary (until 10:00) ()
08:30 Mathematics (E-)Textbooks: Help or Hindrance for Innovation? - Birgit Pepin (Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands)   (O1)
10:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
10:30
Oral Communications (until 12:30) ()
08:30
Plenary (until 10:00) (O1)
08:30 Enhancing and understanding students’ processes of mathematization and active knowledge organization - Didactical Design Research for and with textbooks in the KOSIMA-Project - Susanne Prediger (TU Dortmund)   (O1)
10:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
10:30
Symposia (until 12:30) ()
08:30
Plenary (until 10:00) (O1)
08:30 Mathematical Problem Posing, Curriculum Development, and Professional Learning - Jinfa Cai (Changjiang Scholar, China Ministry of Education, Southwest University; University of Delaware, US)   (O1)
10:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
10:30
Oral Communications (until 12:30) ()
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Oral Communications (until 16:00) ()
16:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
16:30
Symposia (until 18:30) ()
18:30
Others (until 20:30) (O1 258)
18:30 A mathematics college textbook: design intentions and reading practice - Ms Bethany Woollacott (Loughborough University)   (O1 258)
18:30 A qualitative study on the levels of mathematical explanation in Japanese elementary textbook - Mr Takahiro Okubo   (O1 258)
18:30 A Study of the Characteristic of Japanese Textbooks towards the Growth of Children's Mathematical Representation - kunihiko shimizu   (O1 258)
18:30 A study on the educational ideology of modernization in the case of Japanese textbook - Takahiro Mabuchi   (O1 258)
18:30 A study on the senior high school students’ algebraic activities and the digital tools in Japanese digital mathematics textbook - Mr Kazumichi Tanaka   (O1 258)
18:30 ANALYSIS OF THE INTEGRATION OF TECHNOLOGIES IN TEXTBOOK GEOMETRY CONTENT - Rúbia Amaral-Schio (UNESP)   (O1 258)
18:30 ANALYSIS OF TYPES OF TASKS PROPOSED IN A TEXTBOOK: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH IN THE OPTICS OF PRAXEOLOGY AND PNLD/BRAZIL - Rafael Marinho de Albuquerque (UFPE)   (O1 258)
18:30 Analyzing Math Textbook in Elementary School Mathematics in Japan-Focusing on the explanation of multiply decimals- - Mr Shigetaro Sato (Matsumoto university)   (O1 258)
18:30 CURRENT STATUS AND ISSUES OF DIGITAL TEACHING MATERIALS IN JAPAN - MANABU GOTO (Sagami Women's University)   (O1 258)
18:30 Exploratory Research on Understanding Proof by Coincidence: Building an Analytical Framework by Comparing Japanese Textbooks - Toru Hayata   (O1 258)
18:30 Geometrical properties as assumptions in proofs in Japanese junior high school mathematics textbooks - Prof. Mikio Miyazaki (Shinshu University)   (O1 258)
18:30 LIMIT OF TEXTBOOK IN CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING - Tsutomu Ishii (Bunkyo University)   (O1 258)
18:30 The Analysis of the Diagrams in the textbook of Arithmetic - Haruka Kitabori (Faculty of Psychology Meiji Gakuin University)   (O1 258)
18:30 The online platform Geogebrabooks as support of an electronic textbook: a study of potentialities and challenges. - Mr Thor Franzen (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS))   (O1 258)
18:30 THE PRESENCE OF GEOMETRY IN FRACTION TASKS: AN ANALYSIS OF TEXTBOOKS - Dr Rúbia Barcelos Amaral-Schio Prof. Liara Alves Gentil   (O1 258)
18:30 The use of a digital textbook with integrated digital tools - Mr Maxim Brnic (University of Münster)   (O1 258)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Oral Communications (until 16:00) ()
16:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
16:30
Workshops (until 18:30) ()
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Others (until 18:00) ()
20:00
Others (until 22:00) ()
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Oral Communications (until 16:00) ()
16:00
Others (until 17:00) ()