14th International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical Modelling and Applications

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Konferenz: 14th International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical Modelling and Applications (ICTMA 14). Hamburg, Deutschland.

Internet: 14th International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematical Modelling and Applications

Termin: 27.7.2009 - 31.7.2009.


Kurzbeschreibung

The aim of the conference of the International Community of Teachers of Mathematical Modelling and Applications is to provide a forum for the presentation and exchange of information, experiences, and ideas relating to the teaching, learning and assessment of mathematical modelling, mathematical models and applications of mathematics at primary, secondary and tertiary level.

Themen

The following issues will be tackled by a variety of activities:

Pedagogical issues, such as the understanding of modelling, promotion of modelling competencies, cognitive aspects Assessment of modelling activities in school and universities; Connections to industrial or commercial practice, mathematics at the workplace; Influences of technology; Cross-cultural aspects and international studies

Programmkomitee

Hauptvorträge

Werner Blum: Can Modelling be Taught and Learnt? Some Answers from Empirical Research. Discussant: Marcelo de Carvalho Borba (State University of Sao Paulo at Rio Claro, Brazil)

Gloria Stillman (Melbourne University, Australia): Applying Metacognitive Knowledge and Strategies in Applications and Mathematical Modelling Tasks at Secondary School Discussant: Rita Borromeo Ferri

Helmut Neunzert (Fraunhofer-Institut für Techno- und Wirtschaftsmathematik (ITWM), Kaiserslautern, Germany): Mathematical Modelling and a New Role for Mathematics as Key Technology Discussant: Jens Struckmeier (Universität of Hamburg, Germany) – Subject to confirmation

Richard Lesh (Indiana University, USA ), Helen Doerr (Syracuse University, USA): Models and Modelling: Perspectives on Teaching and Learning Mathematics for the 21st Century Chair: Mogens Niss (Roskilde Universitet, Denmark)

Chris Haines (City University London, Great Britain): Drivers for Mathematical Modelling: Pragmatism in Practice Discussant: Katja Maaß

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