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TWG15 Papers

  1. Jan Benacka, Sona Ceretkova: Graphing functions and solving equations, inequalities and linear systems with pre-service teachers in Excel
  2. Gulay Bozkurt,  Kenneth Ruthven: Expert and novice teachers’ classroom practices in a technological environment 
  3. Håkan Sollervall, Didac Gil de la Iglesia: Designing a logos-oriented didactical situation with mobile and web technologies
  4. Alik Palatnik: What can be learned from online public-generated mathematical content? The case-study of the comments on viral mathematical video
  5. Iiris Attorps Sören Hector; Mirko Radic: Students’ understanding of derivative graphs  
  6. Firdevs İclal, Karataş Fatma, Aslan Tutak: An examination of secondary mathematics teachers’ technological pedagogical content knowledge
  7. Melih Turgut: Theory of semiotic mediation in teaching and learning linear algebra: in search of a viewpoint in the use of ict
  8. Ioannis Papadopoulos, Berta Barquero, Andrea Richter, Maria Daskolia, Mario Barajas, Chronis Kynigos: Representations of creative mathematical thinking in designer communities of interest producing c-book units
  9. Antonin Jancarik, Jarmila Novotna: Scaffolding in e-learning course for gifted children
  10. Jarmila Robová, Nada Vondrova: Developing future mathematics teachers’ ability to identify specific skills needed for work in GeoGebra
  11. Helena Rocha: Knowledge for teaching mathematics with technology and the search for a suitable viewing window to represent function
  12. Chronis Kynigos, Elissavet Kalogeria: Boundary crossing in a community of interest while designing an e-book with the aim to foster students’ creativity
  13. Alison Clark Wilson, Celia Hoyles, Richard Noss: Conceptualising the scaling of mathematics teachers’ professional development concerning technology
  14. Gilles Aldon: The parable of the broken pencil or syntactic incidents and their consequences
  15. Françoise Chenevotot-Quentin, Brigitte Grugeon-Allys, Julia Pilet, Elisabeth Delozanne, Dominique Prévit: The diagnostic assessment pepite and the question of its transfer at different school levels
  16. Diamantidis, D., Economakou, K. Kaitsoti, A., Kynigos, C., Moustaki, F.: Social creativity and meaning generation in an constructionist environment
  17. Giorgos Psycharis: Formalising functional dependencies: the potential of technology
  18. Maria Fahlgren: Instrumental genesis concerning scales and scaling in a dynamic mathemtics software environment 

TWG15 Posters

  1. Peter Markkanen: To teach 3D-geometry with technology
  2. David G. Zeitoun, Thierry Dana-Picard: An applied point of view on the exploration of parametric integrals 
  3. Giorgio Bolondi, Federica Ferretti, Alessandro Spagnuolo: Integrating standardized assessments in formative assessment: a teacher training program based on the use of geogebra
  4. Osman Bağdat: Using spreadsheets in learning equations
  5. Edyta Juskowiak: Influence dominanant cognitive structure on the way of students’ thinking during problem solving
  6. Juan Gabriel, Molina Zavaleta, Alejandro Miguel, Rosas Mendoza: Where is the “linear” in an r² linear transformation?
  7. Hannes Stoppel: On the usage of media when solving exercises – the activity theory viewpoint
  8. Zsolt Lavicza, Istvan Juhos, Balazs Koren, Kristof Fenyvesi, Csaba Csapodi, Katalin Kopasz, Marta Kis, Jose-Diego Mantecón: Integrating technology into primary and secondary school teaching to enhance mathematics education in Hungary



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