ETC 1: CITADS - First ERME Topic Conference on Anthropological Theory of the Didactic

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Konferenz: ETC 1: CITADS - First ERME Topic Conference on Anthropological Theory of the Didactic (ETC 1: CITADS). Castro‐Urdiales, Spanien.

Internet: ETC 1: CITADS - First ERME Topic Conference on Anthropological Theory of the Didactic

Termin: 26.01.2016 - 30.01.2016.

Kurzbeschreibung

General Idea of ERME Topic Conferences From 2016 on, ERME wil install ERME Topic Conferences on different topics (cf. the call for ERME Topic Conferences.) ERME Topic Conferences (ETC) are conferences organised on a specific research theme or themes related to the work of ERME as presented in associated working groups at CERME conferences. Their aim is to extend the work of the group or groups in specific directions with clear value to the mathematics education research community. Rationale: The idea of ERME Topic Conferences takes us right back to the stage at which the founders of ERME conceptualised the association and declared the goals for it, increasing the opportunities for cooperation, collaboration and communication among European and extra-European researchers in mathematics education. They are led by ERME members who have been working group leaders and have research credentials in the thematic areas proposed. They build explicitly on European research in mathematics education and attract participation from researchers from Europe or beyond. ETCs build on European research while valuing wider perspectives. They have an interdisciplinary or multifaceted nature, bringing together participants that usually attend different Thematic Working Groups in CERME. The preparation of the ETC follows a procedure similar to the preparation of the Working Groups at CERME, using similar guidelines, with possible adaptations. Besides the communication and collaborations that may evolve from this activity, the expected result of the ETC is to produce a set of refereed proceedings, under the name of ERME, that may be available online or in print or both and that contributes, by itself, to the advancement of knowledge in our field. These initiatives take place during the year in which CERME does not take place.

Themen

CITADS - First ERME Topic Conference on Anthropological Theory of the Didactic in Castro‐Urdiales (Spain), January, 26-30, 2016. The trilingual (Spanish-French-English) conference CITADS 5 will be ETC1: The first ERME Topic Conference on the Anthropological Theory of the Didactic will be held in Castro‐Urdiales (Spain) from 26 to 30 January 2016. The program committee involves Marianna Bosch, F. Javier García, John Monaghan, and Carl Winsløw.

Programmkomitee

Scientific Committee

Tomás Ángel Sierra, chair (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Michèle Artaud (Aix-Marseille Université), Berta arquero (Universitat de Barcelona), Marianna Bosch (Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona), Alain Bronner (Université de Montpellier), Yves Chevallard (Aix-Marseille Université), Gisèle Cirade (Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Lorena Espinoza (Universidad Santiago de Chile), Francisco Javier García (Universidad de Jaén), Josep Gascón (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Nadia Hardy (Concordia University, Montréal), Caroline Ladage (Aix-Marseille Université) John Monaghan (Leeds University), Maggy Schneider (Université de Liège), Carl Winsløw (University of Copenhagen) Floriane Wozniak (Université de Strasbourg).

Organising Committee

Tomás Ángel Sierra, chair (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Michèle Artaud (Aix-Marseille Université), Marianna Bosch (Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona), Jean Pierre Bourgade (Université de Toulouse), Gisèle Cirade (Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Josep Gascón (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), María José González López (Universidad de Cantabria), Mercedes Hidalgo (Universidad Complutense de Madrid), Tomás Recio (Universidad de Cantabria), Esther Rodríguez Quintana (Universidad Complutense de Madrid).

Hauptvorträge

Tomás Recio (Universidad de Cantabria, España), Pierre Clément (Université Lyon 1, France), John Monaghan (Leeds University, United Kingdom), Yves Chevallard (Aix-Marseille Université, France).

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