Plenary Sessions

Invited Speakers

Paul Drijvers

Paul Drijvers, Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University and HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht

Kathleen M Clark

Kathleen M. Clark, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA

Sebastian Rezat

Sebastian Rezat, Paderborn University, Paderborn, Germany

ERME Anniversary Panel

Konrad Krainer and Hanna Palmer (Co-chairs), University of Klagenfurt, Austria and Linnaeus University, Sweden

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Barbara Jaworski and Susanne Prediger (past and current ERME president), Loughborough University, UK and Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany

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Paolo Boero and Simon Modeste (representatives of YESS and YERME), Università di Genova, Italy and Université de Montpellier, France

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Tommy Dreyfus and Jana Žalská (Editor and reader of the ERME book), Tel Aviv University, Israel and Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic

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Jana Zalska ifsa photo 2017

The general perspective of the content of the Panel is to offer a reflection on ERME contribution to research in mathematics education (past and future), drawing in particular on the ERME book.

Concerning the nature of the panel, the perspective is to make it as dynamic as possible, by fostering:
– Discussions between speakers and no static successive presentations
– High-level scientific content, but also narratives, anecdotes about CERME experiences in particular
– Active involvement of the CERME 11 participants in the discussions

In preparation for the conference, we kindly ask participants to send questions about ERME research, questions about ERME itself (its role, its possible activities …) and memories on ERME (anecdotes, narratives, pictures …). Please do this by using twitter and #cerme11panel. Through this hashtag you will also be able to follow the contributions.

(New on twitter? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCe7N6lnki8 Minute 1-4 How to create an account, minute 17-19 How to compose a message. End your message with #cerme11panel)