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TWG 6 Papers

  1. Britta Eyrich Jessen, Tinne Hoff Kjeldsen & Carl Winsløw. Modelling: from theory to practice
  2. Abolfazl Rafiepour Gatabi & Afsaneh Moradalizadeh. Ethno-mathematics: an opportunity for designing authentic modelling problems
  3. Laura van de Weerd, Michael Hekker & Nellie Verhoef. The link between the cognitive structure and modelling to improve mathematics education
  4. Jose Benito Búa Ares, M. Teresa Fernández Blanco & Rubén Figueroa Sestelo. Mathematization and functional modelling of physical phenomena: analysis of two proposals
  5. Brikena Djepaxhija, Pauline Vos & Anne Berit Fuglestad. Exploring grade 9 students’ assumption making when matematizing
  6. Victor Martinez-Luaces. Mathematical models for chemistry and biochemistry service courses
  7. Wolfgang Bock, Martin Bracke & Jana Kreckler. Taxonomy of modelling tasks
  8. Richard Cabassut & Irene Ferrando. Conceptions in France about mathematical modelling: exploratory research with design of semi-structured interviews
  9. Chris Olley. School mathematical modelling: developing maths or developing modelling?
  10. José Antonio Juárez López, Josip Slisko Ignjatov, Lidia Aurora Hernández Rebollar & Mónica Monroy Kuhn. Differences in situation model construction for a historical problem: the broken tree or the broken bamboo?
  11. Geoff Wake, Colin Foster & Malcolm Swan. Understanding issues in teaching mathematical modelling: lessons from lesson study
  12. Anders Wolfsberg. Limitations on text book support for teaching mathematical modelling competency – an exploratory case study
  13. Patrick Johnson & Sean Moylett. Evaluating the effectiveness of a framework for measuring students’ engagement with problem solving episodes
  14. Maria Salett Biembengut. Mathematical modelling, problem solving, project & ethnomathematics: confluent points
  15. Carolina Guerrero-Ortiz & Jaime Mena-Lorca. A comparison between mathematician and mathematics teachers’ strategies
  16. José Antonio Fernández-Plaza, Luis Rico & Juan Francisco Ruiz-Hidalgo. One-sided limits of a function at a point as explained by students in non-compulsory education in a drug metabolism context
  17. Ariyadi Wijaya, Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen & Michiel Doorman. Identifying ways to improve student performance on context-based mathematics tasks
  18. Helen M. Doerr & Jonas B. Ärlebäck. Fostering students’ independence in modelling activities
  19. Xenia-Rosemarie Reit & Matthias Ludwig. Thought structures as an instrument to determine the degree of difficulty of modelling tasks
  20. Jonas Bergman Arleback & Helen M. Doerr. At the core of modelling: connecting, coordinating and integrating models
  21. Jennifer A. Czocher. Competing conceptual systems and their impact on generating mathematical models
  22. Thomas Lingefjärd & Djamshid Farahani. Student’s interpretations of visual models
  23. Susana Carreira & Ana Margarida Baioa. Assessing the best stir case: students' modelling based on experimentation with real objects
  24. Gemma Sala, Berta Barquero, Vicenç Font & Joaquim Giménez. A multidisciplinary approach to model: some aspects of historical events
  25. Berta Barquero, Marianna Bosch & Avenilde Romo. A study and research path on mathematical modelling for teacher education

TWG 6 Posters

  1. Martin Bracke, Patrick Capraro, Jana Kreckler & Andreas Roth. The Fraunhofer MINT-EC talents programme
  2. Catarina Lucas, Josep Gascón & Cecilio Fonseca. A didactic problem around the elementary differential calculus and functional modelling
  3. Miriam Ortega & Luis Puig. Learning the concept of family of functions through the modelling process using tablets

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