Strand I 

Strand II
15th ICMI Study Conference:
The Professional Education and Development
of Teachers of Mathematics


Contributed Papers, Demonstrations And Worksessions
To 15th ICMI Study Website
  1. Abrahão Ana Maria Carneiro, Ana Teresa de Carvalho Correa de Oliveira, Superior Institute of Education of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
    The Initial Education Of Primary Teachers Of Mathematics: The Superior Institute Of Education Of Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
    Paper: Strand I


  2. Adler Jill (session leader) and Zain Davis, Steve Lerman: Discussant
    Studying mathematics for teaching inside teacher education: An interactive work session
    Work-Session: Strand I


  3. Agudelo-Valderrama Cecilia, Barbara Clarke, Monash University, Australia
    The challenges of mathematics teacher change in the Colombian context: The power of institutional practices
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Alfaro Monica, Luis Caceres, Axelle Person, Arturo Portnoy, University of Puerto Rico Recinto Universitario de Mayaguez
    How do the components and structure of a curriculum affect the content knowledge of mathematics teachers?
    Work-Session: Strand II


  5. Amato Solange Amorim, Universidade de Brasília, Brazil
    Improving Student Teachers' Understanding Of Multiplication By Two-Digit Numbers
    Paper: Strand I


  6. Amoroso Anastácio Maria Queiroga, Sônia MariaClareto
    Mathematics Teacher Preparation:Continuity Pro-ject
    Paper: Strand II


  7. Arvold Bridget, University of Illinois
    Goals Embedded in Tradition: Springboards for Mathematics Teacher Education
    Paper: Strand I


  8. Askew Mike, Penny Latham, King's College, London Cath Burns, Old Ford Primary School
    Learning From Practice:Teachers And Researchers In Joint Inquiry
    Paper: Strand II


  9. Bairral Marcelo (UFRuralRJ, Brasil); Joaquin Giménez (UBarcelona, Spain)
    Dialogic Use Of Teleinteractions For Distance Geometry Teacher Training (12-16 Years Old) As An Equity Framework
    Paper: Strand II


  10. Bairral Marcelo, Leonardo Zanette, Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRuralRJ), Brazil
    Geometric Learning And Interaction In A Virtual Community Of Practice
    Paper: Strand I


  11. Ball Deborah, Hyman Bass, Laurie Sleep, and Mark Thames, University of Michigan
    A Theory of Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching
    Work-Session: Strand II


  1. Bartholomew Hannah, Bill Barton, Barbara Kensington-Miller, Judy Paterson, Department of Mathematics, The University of Auckland
    Mathematics Teacher Development in Low Socio-Economic Areas
    Paper: Strand II


  2. Batanero Carmen, Rolf Biehler, Carmen Maxara, Joachim Engel and Markus Vogel
    Using Simulation to Bridge Teachers´ Content and Pedagogical Knowledge in Probability
    Paper: Strand I


  3. Bednarz Nadine, Département de mathématiques, Université du Québec á Montréal (UQÁM); Jérôme Proulx, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta
    Practices in Mathematics Teacher Education Programs and Classroom Practices of Future Teachers: From the Educator's Perspectives and Rationales to the Interpretation of them by the Future Teachers
    Paper: Strand I


  4. Bergsten Christer, Linköpings universitet, Barbro Grevholm, Høgskolen i Agder
    The didactic divide and educational change
    Paper: Strand I


  5. Bibelnieks Tracy and Matthew Haines, Augsburg College
    Development of a K-6 Mathematics Teaching Professional Continuum: Focus on Mathematics Content Courses
    Paper: Strand I


  6. Bloch Isabelle, IUFM d'Aquitaine, France
    Learning New Ways Of Teaching From Mathematical Research: Situations For Mathematics Teachers' Education
    Paper: Strand I


  7. Blömeke Sigrid(Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany)
    The professional edcuation and development of teachers of mathematics
    Paper: Strand I


  8. Blum Werner, Jürgen Baumert, Michael Neubrand, Stefan Krauss, Martin Brunner, Alexander Jordan, Mareike Kunter
    COACTIV - A Project for Measuring and Improving the Professional Expertise of Mathematics Teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  9. Boerst Timothy A. - Jane Addams Elementary School Redford, MI and the Center for Proficiency in Teaching Mathematics, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA; Wil Oonk- Freudenthal Institute, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, NL
    Reflection for Teaching: Nurturing and noticing reflection in practice-based professional learning experiences
    Work-session: Strand II


  10. Bonotto Cinzia, Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics, University of Padova (ITALY)
    The Mathematical Preparation Of Primary Teachers In Italy
    Paper: Strand I


  11. Borba Marcelo C., GPIMEM, Mathematics Department, UNESP- Säo Paulo State University
    Internet-Based Continuing Education Programs
    Paper: Strand II


  12. Breen Chris, University of Cape Town, South Africa
    Listening, Interrupting … and Becoming Aware?
    Demo: Strand II


  13. Brown Laurinda, University of Bristol, Graduate School of Education
    Purposes, Metacommenting And Basic-Level Categories: Parallels Between Teaching Mathematics And Learning To Teach Mathematics
    Paper: Strand II
  1. Cedillo Tenoch and Marcela Santillán, Nacional Pedagogical University
    Algebra as a language in use: A promising alternative as an agent of change in the conceptions and practices of the mathematics teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  2. Chapman Olive , University of Calgary
    Stories of Practice: A Tool in Preservice Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education
    Paper: Strand II


  3. Cheung K.C. & R.J. Huang, Faculty of Education, University of Macau, Macao, China
    Contribution of Realistic Mathematics Education and Theory of Multiple Intelligences to Mathematics Practical and Integrated Applications - Experiences from Shanghai and Macao in China
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Chiocca Catherine-Marie, Ecole Nationale de Formation Agronomique, Département Culture Langage Education et Formation,LEMME/PATRE/(ID)
    Functions Of Writing For The Consideration Of Pupils' Learning By Trainee Teachers
    Work-Session: Strand II


  5. Clarke Doug, Australian Catholic University (Melbourne, Australia); Barbara Clarke, Monash University (Victoria, Australia)
    Effective Professional Development for Teachers of Mathematics: Key Principles from Research and a Program Embodying These Principles
    Paper: Strand II


  6. Davis Brent, Elaine Simmt, & Dennis Sumara, University of Alberta
    Mathematics-for-teaching:An ongoing investigation of the mathematics teachers (need to) know
    Paper: Strand II


  7. Dawson A. J. (Sandy), University of Hawai'i-Manõa and Pacific Resources for Education and Learning (PREL), Honolulu, Hawai'i
    Mathematics Education in Micronesia: Building Local Capacity to Provide Professional Development for Teachers of Mathematics
    Paper: Strand II


  8. DeBlois Lucie, Jean-Franéois Maheux, Université Laval
    When Things Don't Go Exactly As Planned: Leveraging from Student Teachers' Insights to Adapted Interventions and Professional Practice
    Paper: Strand II


  1. Doerr Helen M., Syracuse University
    Learning to Teach Learning to Communicate: Examining Teachers' Work with the Artifacts of Practice in an Urban Middle School
    Demo: Strand II


  2. Durand-Guerrier Viviane, Lirdhist, University of Lyon 1, France; Carl Winsløw, Center for Science Education, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    Education of lower secondary mathematics teachers in Denmark and France: A comparative study of characteristics of the systems and their products
    Paper: Strand I


  3. Ejersbo Lisser Rye, Learning Lab Denmark
    Virtual Monologue As A Reflection Tool And How To Use Theory In Pratice
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Eryilmaz Aysegul, Behiye Ubuz, Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Education, Ankara, Turkey
    The Perceptions of Preservice Teachers about the Effectiveness of Pedagogical Courses 3.5 + 1.5 Teacher Education Program
    Paper: Strand I


  5. Even Ruhama, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
    Developing And Integrating Knowledge And Practice: Examination Of Two Activities
    Demo: Strand II


  1. Ferrini-Mundy Joan, Sharon Senk, and William Schmidt, Michigan State University
    Measuring Secondary School Mathematics Teachers' Knowledge of Mathematics for Teaching: Issues of Conceptualization and Design
    Work-Session: Strand I


  2. Fiorentini Dario (Unicamp); Rosana G. S. Miskulin (Unesp); Maria Auxiliadora Megid (Unicamp); Eleonora Dantas Brum (USF); Renata P. Gama (Unicamp); Marisol V. Melo (Unicamp); Maria El?dia T. Reis (Unicamp); Regina C. Grando (USF); C?rmen L.B. Passos (UFSCar) - GEPFPM , Brazil.
    Learning Through Collaboration From Professionals With Different Knowledge
    Paper: Strand II


  3. Dr. Firer Marcelo, Instituto de Matemática e Estatística e Computação Científica, Imecc - Unicamp
    Writing Didactical Activities as a Formative Element for Mathematic Teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Flowers Judith, Rubenstein Rheta, Grant Terry, and Kline Kate, University of Michigan-Dearborn and Western Michigan University
    A Reasoning and Problem Solving-based Curriculum for Elementary Mathematics Teachers: Visions and Perspectives
    Demo: Strand I


  5. Francisco John, Carolyn A. Maher, Arthur B. Powell, and Keith Weber, Robert B. Davis Institute for Learning, Rutgers University
    Urban Teachers Attending to Students' Mathematical Thinking: An Emergent Model of Professional Development
    Paper: Strand II


  6. Frant Janete Bolite, Antonio Mometti, Tânia Lima, Daniel Gatti, Pontifícia Universidade Catölica de Säo Paulo - PUC SP
    Mathematics Education Knowledge for Teachers: Language, Embodiment and Technology in classroom
    Work-Session: Strand II


  7. Gadanidis George & Immaculate Namukasa, Faculty of Education, University of Western Ontario
    Math Therapy
    Paper: Strand I


  8. Gal Hagar, Liora Linchevski
    Changes in teachers' ways of coping with problematic learning situations in geometry instruction
    Paper: Strand II


  9. Garegae K. G., P. A. Chakalisa, University of Botswana
    Pre-service Mathematics Teacher Preparation Programs and Early years of Teaching in Botswana
    Paper: Strand I


  10. Gellert Uwe, University of Hamburg; Götz Krummheuer, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University of Frankfurt
    Collaborative Interpretation of Classroom Interaction: Stimulating Practice by Systematic Analysis of Videotaped Classroom Episodes
    Paper: Strand I


  11. Georget Jean-Philippe, PhD student, DIDIREM Paris 7, France
    How to aid teachers to practice open problems with their students (9-11 year-old): a try of collaborative work between teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  12. Godino Juan D., Rafael Roa, Francisco Ruiz and Juan L. Pareja, University of Granada (Spain)
    Mathematical And Pedagogical Content Knowledge For Prospective Elementary School Teachers: The "Edumat-Maestros" Project
    Paper: Strand I


  13. Gómez Pedro, Luis Rico, Universidad de Granada
    Learning In Secondary Preservice Teacher Education From The Communities Of Practice Perspective
    Paper: Strand I


  14. Goos Merrilyn, The University of Queensland
    Theorising The Role Of Experience In Learning To Teach Secondary School Mathematics
    Paper: Strand I


  15. Graves Barbara, Christine Suurtamm, Nicola Benton, University of Ottawa
    Learning And Teaching Mathematics In Communities Of Inquiry: Is It Enough To Transform Practice?
    Paper: Strand II


  16. Grevholm Barbro & Christer Bergsten
    The development of a professional language in mathematics teacher education
    Demo: Strand I


  17. Haydar Hanna Nadim, RAND Education
    Teachers Learning Of And From Practice In A Standards-Based Reform: The Case Of Qatar
    Paper: Strand II


  18. Hodgen Jeremy, King's College London
    Motivation, Desire And Teacher Change In Primary Mathematics
    Paper: Strand I


  19. Hospesova Alena, University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice; Marie Ticha, Mathematical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic; Jana Machackova, Primary school, Prague
    Developing The Competences Of Primary School Teachers Via Collective Reflection
    Paper: Strand II


  1. Jaworski Barbara, Agder University College, Norway
    Learning In Practice From A Study Of Practice
    Paper: Strand II


  2. Kadijevich Djordje, Megatrend University, Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro; Lenni Haapasalo, University Of Joensuu, Joensuu, Finland; Jozef Hvorecky, Vysoka Skola Managementu, Bratislava, Slovakia
    Educational technology standards in professional development of mathematics teachers: an international study
    Paper: Strand I


  3. Kidd Margaret L., California State University, Fullerton
    What Factors Help or Hinder a Change in Teaching Practices When the Curriculum Changes?
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Leikin Roza, University of Haifa
    Teachers' Learning In Teaching: Developing Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge Through Instructional Interactions
    Paper: Strand II
  1. Liljedahl Peter
    Changing Beliefs, Changing Intentions Of Practices: The Re-Education Of Preservice Teachers Of Mathematics
    Paper: Strand I


  2. Linquan Wang, Department of Mathematics, South China Normal University
    Two Surveys of Mathematics Teacher's Needs in their Professional Development
    Paper: Strand I


  3. Lins Romulo, Dept. of Mathematics/Postgraduate Program in Mathematics Education, UNESP at Rio Claro, Brazil
    Categories of everyday life as elements organising mathematics teacher education and development projects
    Paper: Strand II


  4. Lovin LouAnn, James Madison University; Meg Moss, Pellissippi State Technical Community College and The University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Matthew Haines, Augsburg College
    Assessing Pre-service Teachers Mathematical Understanding and Growth
    Work-Session: Strand I


  5. Mewborn Denise S., Department of Mathematics Education, University of Georgia
    Mathematics Teacher Education as Assisted Performance
    Work-Session: Strand II


  1. Miller Dave, Department of Education, Keele University, Keele, UK
    An Ict Rich Mathematical Education Environment Enhancing Pre-Service Teacher Education
    Paper: Strand I


  2. Millman Richard and Xin Ma
    Integrating the Assessment Principle into Mathematics Content Courses for Preservice Elementary Teachers
    Paper: Strand I


  3. Monteiro Carlos Eduardo Ferreira, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco - Brazil; Márcia Maria Fusaro Pinto, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - Brazil
    Challenges facing the teaching of mathematics student teachers
    Paper: Strand I


  4. Moreira Plinio C., Maria Manuela M.S. David, UFMG, Brazil
    Mathematics In Teacher Education Versus Mathematics In Teaching Practice: A Revealing Confrontation
    Paper: Strand I


  5. Morikawa Ikutaro, Faculty of Education Yamagata Univ., MORIKAWA Miyako, Honjyuku Shogakko(primary school) Musashino-shi Tokyo, Japan
    New Subject Materials Developed From Cooperative Activities With Teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  6. Morselli Francesca, Dipartimento di Matematica dell'Universitá di Torino
    Reflections On Pre-Service Primary Teachers' Needs And Difficulties: Their "Relation To Mathematics"
    Paper: Strand I


  7. Moskowitz Stuart, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California
    Calculators As A Tool To Develop Number Sense In Elementary And Middle School Teachers
    Demo: Strand I


  8. Movshovitz-Hadar Nitsa, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa
    Bridging between mathematics and methods courses for pre-service education of high school mathematics teachers
    Interactive Work-Session Strand I


  9. Mumme Judith & Cathy Carroll
    Using Video to Consider Teachers Opportunities to Learn in Professional Development Settings
    Demo: Strand II


  10. Novotná Jarmila , Marie Hofmannová, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Education
    Teacher training for Content and Language Integrated Learning
    Paper: Strand 1


  11. Opolot-Okurut Charles (PhD)
    Teacher Preparation Programmes And Early Years Of Mathematics Teaching In Uganda
    Paper: Strand I


  12. Palis Gilda de La Rocque, Departamento de Matemática, Puc-Rio, Brazil
    Continuing education: activities based on student work. How we did it and what we have learned from it
    Paper: Strand II


  13. Pedro da Ponte João, Lurdes Serrazina
    Understanding and transforming practice: A Portuguese experience
    Paper: Strand II


  14. Peter-Koop Andrea, Institute of Mathematics, University of Oldenburg (Germany); Bernd Wollring, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Kassel (Germany)
    Communicating "Own Strategies" in Primary Mathematics Classrooms: Insights for Pre-service Teachers
    Demo: Strand I


  15. Pope Sue, St. Martin's College, Lancaster, UK; Keith Jones, University of Southampton, UK
    Who Trains The New Teachers? - Supporting Tutors New To Initial Teacher Education In Mathematics
    Paper: Strand I


  16. Poplicher Mihaela, University of Cincinnati
    African American Initiative for Math/Science
    Paper: Strand I


  17. Porras Olga, Universidad de Los Andes, Merida, Venezuela
    Preparing Mathematics teachers for holistic education
    Paper: Strand I


  18. Pournara Craig, University of the Witwatersand, Johannesburg, South Africa
    The Glass Is Half-Full: Rising To The Challenge Of Pre-Service Mathematics Teacher Education In South Africa
    Paper: Strand I


  19. Proulx Jérôme, Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta
    'Objectives to work on' vs 'Objectives to attain': A challenge for mathematics teacher education curriculum?
    Paper: Strand I


  20. Rhodes Ginger, Dennis Hembree, University of Georgia
    Professional Learning Communities: Hosting a Preservice Teacher for Professional Growth
    Paper: Strand II


  1. Robinson Naomi, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
    Lesson Study: An example of its adaptation to Israeli middle school teachers
    Demo: Strand II


  2. Roditi Eric
    Inservice teacher development by solving a professional problem
    Paper: Strand II


  3. Rosu Luisa Maria and Bridget Arvold, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Questioning as Learning Milieu in Mathematics Teacher Education
    Paper: Strand I


  4. Rowland Tim, Anne Thwaites and Peter Huckstep. University of Cambridge, UK
    The Knowledge Quartet: A Framework For Reflection, Discussion And Professional Development
    Demo: Strand I


  5. Sanders Sue, Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education and University of Wales Swansea; John Howson, Oxford University and Howard Tanner, University of Wales Swansea
    Policy Driven Mathematics Teacher Recruitment and Retention: An International Case Study
    Work-Session: Strand I


  6. Sayac Nathalie
    A scheme for the initial education of teachers: analysing practices during professional workshops
    Work-Session: Strand I


  7. Seago Nanette, Judy Mumme
    Collective Inquiry and Analysis into Video-Based Professional Development
    Demo: Strand II


  8. Shamatha Jeff
    Building Capacity for Mathematics Achievement: A Collaborative Approach
    Demo: Strand II


  9. Siemon Dianne, RMIT University AUSTRALIA
    Learning in and from professional practice through peer observation and review - A case-study
    Demo: Strand II


  10. Silver Edward (University of Michigan), Valerie Mills (Oakland County (MI) Schools), Alison Castro, Hala Ghousseini, & Gabriel Stylianides (University of Michigan)
    The Professional Education and Development of Teachers of Mathematics
    Paper: Strand II


  11. Skott Jeppe, CICED, Copenhagen, and the Danish University of Education
    Developing pre-service teacher education in times of constraints: the case of the Eritrean elementary school
    Paper: Strand I


  12. Smart Teresa and Celia Hoyles
    A Programme Of Sustainable Professional Development For Mathematics Teachers: Design And Practice
    Paper: Strand II


  13. Spanneberg Rose, Rhodes University Mathematics Education Project, South Africa
    Investigating the impact of a professional development university programme on the classroom practices of rural teachers in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
    Paper: Strand II


  14. Steinthorsdottir Olof Bjorg and Gudny Helga Gunnarsdottir
    Analysis of Professional Development Programs in Iceland
    Paper: Strand II


  15. Suurtamm Christine, Barbara Graves, Martha Koch, University of Ottawa
    Building Community: Focusing on a provincial initiative to Build Primary Teacher Expertise in mathematics
    Paper: Strand II


  16. Sztajn Paola
    Documenting learning within school-based mathematics education communities of teachers
    Paper: Strand II


  17. Sztajn Paola, University of Georgia; Deborah L. Ball and Teresa McMahon, University of Michigan
    And Who Teaches the Mathematics Teachers? Professional Development of Teacher Developers
    Work-Session: Strand I


  18. Tatto Teresa, Lynn Paine and Jack Schwille on behalf of P-TEDS collaborators in eight countries
    Analyzing the Relation between Theory and Practice in Three Country Case Studies
    Work-Session: Strand II


  19. Tatto Teresa, Jack Schwille and Eduardo Rodrigues
    Theoretical Perspectives on Teacher Knowledge and their Implications for Cross-National Research on Mathematics Teacher Education Impact
    Paper: Strand I


  20. Thornton Steve, University of Canberra, Australia; Sue Wilson, Australian Catholic University, Canberra, Australia
    Standards for Excellence, Sustainable Assessment and the Development of Teacher Identity
    Paper: Strand I


  21. Tirosh Dina and Pessia Tsamir
    Formulating And Developing A Didactics Of Mathematics Component In A Teacher Education Program: Research And Instruction
    Paper: Strand 1


  22. Vale Isabel - Superior School of Education, Viana do Castelo, Portugal; Pedro Palhares- Institute of Child Studies, Braga, Portugal
    Patterns in teacher preparation programs
    Demo: Strand I


  23. Van den Heuvel-Panhuizen Marja, Erica de Goeij, Utrecht University, the Netherlands
    Offering Primary School Teachers A Multi-Approach Experience-Based Learning Setting To Become A Mathematics Coordinator In Their School
    Paper: Strand II


  24. Van der Sandt Suriza, The College of New Jersey
    South African Geometry Teacher Preparation - A Typical Case?
    Paper: Strand I


  25. Visnovska Jana, Vanderbilt University
    Use Of Video Cases In Teacher Professional Development: Analysis Of Two Contrasting Cases
    Paper: Strand II


  1. Wood Terry, Purdue University
    Developing a More Complex Form of Mathematics Practice in the Early Years of Teaching
    Paper: Strand II


  2. Yevdokimov Oleksiy, Kharkov State Pedagogical University, Ukraine
    A View On Professional Development Of Teachers Through Their Competence In Using Active Learning Of Mathematics In A Classroom
    Demo: Strand II


  3. Zaslavsky Orit and Orna Lavie, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
    Teachers' Use Of Instructional Examples
    Paper: Strand II


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