The YERME-Day (for Young Researchers in ERME) will be held one day before CERME11, and will take place from February 5th to February 6th 2019.
The YERME Day provides an opportunity for participants to meet key European researchers in mathematics education, getting to know about their work and methodological approaches. In addition, YERME Day constitutes an important networking possibility for meeting young researchers from other countries, pursuing similar and not so similar research issues.
The program foresees several plenary presentations, three working groups (WG) and three discussion groups (DG). These groups will last for three hours and will be led by key scholars in European Mathematics Education from different academic traditions.
Participants may be PhD students, master’s degree students, recently graduated post-doctors (5 years), PhD researchers who are moving towards mathematics education coming from other fields. To be accepted participants need to first register for CERME11. Attendance in YERME Day, WG and DG is done by order of registration and is free of charge.
“The maximum number of participants for YERME has been reached. If you registered and have been selected by the YERME-IPC you will shortly receive an email explaining the next steps; if you were not selected for participation in YERME this will also be communicated to you via email.”
– Konstantinos Tatsis, Greece
– Jason Cooper, Israel
– Andrea Maffia, Italy
Local Organising Committee
– Rosa Alberto (please email to email@example.com in case of any organisational issues or questions)
– Michiel Veldhuis
YERME Day will start on February 5th with Arrival and registration at 13:30, followed by the Opening Session at 14:30. It will end at February 6th by 12:00. The Program is the following:
5th of February 2019
13:30-14:30 Arrival and registration
14:30-14:45 Opening session
14:45-15:15 Plenary presentation by Simon Modeste
15.15-16:30 Working/Discussion Groups – Part I
16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:15 Working/Discussion Groups: Part II
18:15-19:15 Meet the representatives (election): Round table with YERME candidates for the ERME board
WG1 – Arthur Bakker: Writing a journal article
WG2 – Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs: The research pentagon – A tool to think with in research
DG1 – Paul Drijvers: Scanning Structures; A global look at written contributions to the field of mathematics education
6th of February 2019
08:30-09:45 Working/Discussion Groups: Part I
09:45-10:15 Coffee break
10:15-11:30 Working, Discussion Groups: Part II
11:30-12:00 Presentation of YERME Summer School: YESS10 (in Greece in 2020) and Closing session
WG3 – Birgit Pepin: Mathematics curriculum resources and teacher professional development
DG2 – Gabriel Stylianides: Selecting and publishing in a journal
DG3 – Esther Levenson: Choosing examples for research studies