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) ()
08:30 Registration / Coffee   ()
10:00 Others (until 11:00) ()
10:00 Opening Ceremony   (O1)
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) (O1)
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) ()
10:30 A LESSON STUDY INTERVENTION TO DEVELOP PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ABILITY TO PERFORM MENTAL FOLDING OPERATIONS’ - Prof. satoshi watanabe (jissen women's university)   (O1 224)
10:30 Comparing mathematics textbooks – an instrument for quantitative analysis - Jennifer Postupa   (O1 258)
10:30 Representation of vectors in German mathematics and physics textbooks - Mr Frederik Dilling (University of Siegen)   (O2)
11:00 INADEQUATE LEARNING SEQUENCE AND ERRONEOUS FACT-LIKE STATEMENT IN A MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOK: WHAT CAN STUDENTS TAKE FROM THEM? - Prof. Josip Slisko (Facultad de Ciencias Físico Matemáticas, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla)   (O1 224)
11:00 Ratio, rate and proportional relationships in Japanese curriculum materials - Tad Watanabe (Kennesaw State University)   (O2)
11:00 Research on Difficulty of Mathematics Curriculum and Textbook in China:A review of literature - Mr Zhuo Li (East China Normal University)   (O1 258)
11:30 PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ LEARNING TO USE EXISTING RESOURCES - Ok-Kyeong Kim (Western Michigan University)   (O1 224)
11:30 THE CONVERSION ACTIVITIES BETWEEN REPRESENTATION REGISTERS AS AN INSTRUMENT FOR THE ANALYSIS OF MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS - Mrs Oihana Moreno (University of Basque Country)   (O1 258)
12:00 Same Textbook, Different Points of View: Students and Teachers as Textbook Users - Dr Dubravka Glasnovic Gracin (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Teacher Education)   (O1 224)
12:00 Theory of geometrical thinking in elementary textbook: case study of Japan - Toru Hayata (Naruto University of Education)   (O2)
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
Symposium C: Assessment Tools in Support of Teachers’ Curricular Decision Making (until 12:30) (O1.258)
10:30
Symposium D: Digital platforms and mathematics teachers’ documentation work (until 12:30) (O1)
10:30 DIGITAL PLATFORMS FOR TEACHERS’ DOCUMENTATION WORK: EXAMPLES IN FRANCE - Ghislaine GUEUDET (CREAD ESPE de Bretagne University of Brest)   (O1)
10:30 Digital Sharing and Learning Spaces: The Ohio Mathematics Teacher Hubs Project - Scott Courtney (Kent State University)   (O1)
10:30 FROM PLATFORM ACCESS TO TEACHER DESIGN WORK: CONSTRAINTS AND AFFORDANCES OF PLATFORMS — THE DUTCH CASE OF WIKIWIJS - Prof. Birgit Pepin (Eindhoven University of Technology) Dr Zeger-Jan Kock (Eindhoven University of Technology)   (O1)
10:30 Platforms as infrastructures for teachers’ work with resources - Mr Andreas Lindenskov Tamborg (Department of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University) Prof. Morten Misfeldt (Department of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University)   (O1)
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) ()
10:30 ANALYSIS OF TEXTBOOKS IN DISTINCT COUNTRIES: RESOLUTION OF EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES - Prof. Luisa Rodríguez Doering (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)   (O2)
10:30 GENDER DIFFERENCES IN MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS LEARNING NEEDS: PROMOTING GENDER EQUITY THROUGH TEXTBOOK DESIGN - Ms Lyu Ni (East China Normal University) Dr Yan Zhu (East China Normal University)   (O1 258)
10:30 HistoS - Teachers connotations about historical snippets in textbooks - Dr Sebastian Schorcht (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen)   (O1 224)
11:00 Mathematical and linguistic features of word problems in grade 4 and 5 German textbooks - A comparative corpuslinguistic approach - Jennifer Dröse (TU Dortmund University - IEEM)   (O2)
11:00 REPORT ON THE DESIGN AND REALISATIONS OF THE WORKSHOP ‘WRITING MATHS TEXTBOOKS’ - Prof. Thomas Jahnke (University of Potsdam)   (O1 258)
11:00 UNDERSTANDING MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ PEDAGOGICAL DESIGN CAPACITY IN A CONTEXT OF HIGH PRESCRIPTION - Dr Moneoang Leshota (University of the Witwatersrand)   (O1 224)
11:30 DEVELOPING THE CHILD’S OWN MASTERY OF MANY - Mr Allan Tarp (MATHeCADEMY.net)   (O1 258)
11:30 THE VALUE OF TECHNOLOGY IN CHILEAN SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS: A WAY OF CONDUCTING CONDUCTS - Dr Alex Montecino (Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez)   (O2)
12:00 A Comparative Analysis on Trigonometry Textbooks from three countries - Ms Xiaoyan He (School of Mathematical Sciences, East China Normal University)   (O2)
12:00 COMPETENCIES AND TEXTBOOK DEVELOPMENT: A THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONTENT MODEL ENACTED IN THE DANISH TEXTBOOK SERIES MATEMATRIX FOR GRADES K-9 - Tomas Højgaard (Danish School of Education, Aarhus University, Denmark)   (O1 258)
12:00 ON THE MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION OF SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS IN A NEOLIBERAL CONTEXT - Dr Melissa Andrade-Molina (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso)   (O1 224)
PM
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Oral Communications (until 16:00) ()
14:00 HOW JAPANESE TEACHERS USE MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS FOR “KYOZAI-KENKYU”: CHARACTERIZING THEIR DIFFERENT USES BY PARADIDACTIC PRAXEOLOGIES - Prof. Tatsuya Mizoguchi (Tottori University) Prof. Yusuke Shinno (Osaka Kyoiku University)   (O1 224)
14:00 THE GENDER TROUBLE IN MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BETWEEN BRAZIL AND THE USA - Prof. Vanessa Neto (Federal University of Mato Grosso do Sul)   (O2)
14:00 Why the textbook matters - a two-domain impact analysis - Mr Henning Sievert (IPN Kiel)   (O1 258)
14:30 A COMPARISON OF PAGE SAMPLING METHODS FOR MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOK CONTENT ANALYSIS - Dr Dustin Jones (Sam Houston State University)   (O1 258)
14:30 How are mathematicians represented in Chinese mathematics textbooks? - Ms Na Li (East China Normal University)   (O2)
14:30 THE NARRATIVE OF SETS OF Learning RESOURCES AS DESCRIBED BY TEACHERS - Shai Olsher (University of Haifa)   (O1 224)
15:00 On the Introduction of Vectors in German Textbooks for upper Secondary School - Mr Tobias Mai (Paderborn University)   (O2)
15:00 TEXTBOOK RESEARCH VIA THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL THEORY OF DIDACTICS (ATD): THE CASE OF REPRESENTATION OF FUNCTIONS - Dr Solomon A. Tesfamicael (Department of Teacher Education at The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU))   (O1 258)
15:00 The learning of double integral concept using a textbook - LOURDES MARIA WERLE DE ALMEIDA Karina Silva (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná)   (O1 224)
15:30 MATERIALS FOR INCLUSIVE MATHEMATICS EDUCATION – DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES - Marcus Nührenbörger (TU Dortmund) Uta Häsel-Weide   (O2)
15:30 Meaning making schoolbook materials for promoting subtraction with regrouping skills - Daniela Götze (TU Dortmund)   (O1 224)
15:30 Transitioning from Print to Digital Curriculum Materials: Promoting Mathematical Engagement and Learning - Alden Edson (Michigan State University) Elizabeth Phillips (Michigan State University) Kristen Bieda (Michigan State University)   (O1 258)
16:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
16:30
Symposium A: Research Potential of Interactive Textbooks: New Perspectives for Research in Mathematics Education (until 18:30) (O1 258)
16:30 ANALYSING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF FEEDBACK IN A DIGITAL TEXTBOOK FOR PRIMARY LEVEL - Sebastian Rezat   (O1 258)
16:30 HOW DO STUDENTS USE DIGITAL TEXTBOOKS? - Mr Maximilian Pohl (University of Duisburg-Essen)   (O1 258)
16:30 Investigating students’ engagement during mathematics instruction: Analyzing interactive textbook work while learning fractions - Mr Stefan Hoch (Technical University of Munich)   (O1 258)
16:30
Symposium B: Cross-Cultural Research on Teachers' Use of Resources (until 18:30) (O1)
16:30 A cross-cultural study on teachers’ use of print and digital resources in Sweden, Finland, the USA, and Flanders - Janine Remillard (University of Pennsylvania) Heidi Krzywacki (University of Helsinki) Hendrik Van Steenbrugge (Mälardalen University (UKK)) Kirsti Hemmi (Åbo Akademi)   (O1)
16:30 Finnish and Swedish elementary school teachers’ interplay with Finnish curriculum resources: an attempt at unraveling tacit cultural practices - Tuula Koljonen   (O1)
16:30 NOTES FROM DESIGNING ONE RESOURCE FOR TEACHERS’ USE ACROSS THE CONTEXTS OF MEXICO, AUSTRALIA, AND SOUTH AFRICA - Jana Visnovska (The University of Queensland)   (O1)
16:30 PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ RESOURCES IN THE CROSS-CULTURAL COLLABORATIVE DESIGN OF A MATHEMATICS LESSON - Takeshi Miyakawa (Joetsu University of Education)   (O1)
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 - 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 Analyzing Math Textbook in Elementary School Mathematics in Japan: Focusing on the explanations of multiplication of decimal numbers - 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 PRESENCE OF GEOMETRY IN FRACTION TASKS: AN ANALYSIS OF TEXTBOOKS - Prof. Liara Alves Gentil Dr Rúbia Barcelos Amaral-Schio   (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) ()
14:00 ANALYZING DYNAMIC TEXTBOOKS’ USER DATA: METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS - Prof. Vilma Mesa (University of Michigan)   (O1 258)
14:00 EXAMINING PROPORTIONAL REASONING IN MIDDLE SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS - Mr Yasin MEMİŞ (Anadolu University)   (O1 224)
14:00 THE FUNCTIONS OF A HIERARCHICAL CLASSIFICATION OF QUADRILATERALS IN JAPANESE TEXTBOOK: ITS PRESENTATION AND LIMITATION - Mr Shogo Murata (University of Tsukuba)   (O2)
14:30 Equivalence of fractions in 6th grade Brazilian textbooks - Ms Cydara Cavedon Ripoll (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)   (O1 224)
14:30 Resources for teaching graph theory for engineers - issue of connectivity - Ms Theresia Tabchi (Cérep EA 4692 – University of Reims Champagne Ardenne / Lebanese University)   (O2)
14:30 TEXTBOOK CONTENT IN USE: MANUAL AND MACHINE CODING - Dr Yannis Liakos (University of Michigan) Han Zhang   (O1 258)
15:00 MATHEMATICAL POWER IN THE MATHEMATICS IN CONTEXT CURRICULUM - Mr Nicholas Witt (Western Michigan University)   (O2)
15:00 Research Actuality and Trend on the Representations of Textbooks - Mrs Yang Shen (East China Normal University)   (O1 258)
15:30 50 YEARS OF REALISTIC MATHEMATICS EDUCATION IDEAS AND THEIR IMPLEMENTATION IN TEXTBOOKS – LEARNING FACILITATORS FOR ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION - Marc van Zanten (Netherlands institute for curriculum development & Utrecht University)   (O1 224)
15:30 An Analysis of Teaching methods of Division of Fractions in South Korea Elementary Mathematics textbooks - Ms Hyoungmi Cho (East China Normal University)   (O1 258)
16:00 --- Coffeebreak ---
16:30
Workshops (until 18:30) ()
16:30 PreTeXt Authoring Workshop - Prof. Rob Beezer (University of Puget sound)   (O1 258)
16:30 The development of Project-Based Learning textbook in Mathematics: Theory and Practice - Prof. Chunxia Qi (Beijing Normal Unversity)   (O1 224)
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00 Others (until 18:00) ()
20:00 Others (until 22:00) ()
12:30 Others (until 13:30) ()
12:30 Closing Ceremony   ()
13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30 Workshop: Publishing in the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education (JRME) - Jinfa Cai (Changjiang Scholar, China Ministry of Education, Southwest University; University of Delaware, US)   (O2)