The 69th Conference of the International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics Teaching
Konferenz: The 69th Conference of the International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics Teaching (CIEAEM 69). Berlin, Deutschland.
Termin: 15.07.2017 - 19.07.2017.
CIEAEM (International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics Teaching) was founded in 1950 by Caleb Gattegno, Gustave Choquet and Jean Piaget. CIEAEM conferences are a unique meeting place where teachers and researchers work together, and exchange their experiences and views in a friendly and stimulating climate – from practice and theory, from research and its critique or application into educational development. They provide an open space for researchers, teacher trainers, teachers and future teachers. Over one hundred people attend this conference yearly. Ongoing developments in mathematics educa-tion as a scientific discipline and reflections within CIEAEM change the topics and subjects of conference themes, the research fields involved and the debates. Originally focusing on content reformulation or selection and on methodo-logical questions in mathematics education during its first decades, CIEAEM now opens conversations to broader epistemological, psychological, sociological and technological issues. Substantial attention is paid to the conditions of the educational environment (interaction, evaluation and assessment) and to contemporary problems in connection with newly-developed technologies.
This year's conference topic will be "Mathematisation: Social Process & Didactic Principle".
International Programme Committee
- Uwe Gellert (Germany, Chair)
- Gilles Aldon (France)
- Peter Appelbaum (USA)
- Javier Díez-Palomar (Spain)
- Gail FitzSimons (Australia)
- Michaela Kaslová (Czech Republic)
- Pedro Palhares (Portugal)
- Lambrecht Spijkerboer (The Netherlands)
- Charoula Stathopoulou (Greece)
Local Organisation Committee
- Uwe Gellert (Chair)
- Birgit Abel
- Lisa Björklund Boistrup
- Nina Bohlmann
- Daria Fischer
- Eva Jablonka
- Brigitte Lutz-Westphal
- Hauke Straehler-Pohl
- Birte Zoege
- Lisa Björklund Boistrup, Stockholms universitet, Sweden
- Corinne Hahn, ESCP Europe, France
- Eva Jablonka, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
- Ewa Swoboda, Uniwersytet Rzeszowski, Poland