preliminary program

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

opening 9.00-9.20

09.00-09.40

R. Tobies

Felix Klein (1849-1925): Symbiosis of History, Teaching & Culture

09.00-09.40

A. Karp

Soviet Colleges Before WWII: How Entrance Exams Were Conducted

09.00-09.40

T. Morel, T. Preveraud

The Mathematical Education of Practitioners and Its Sources (16th-19th century)

09.40-09.50 break

 09.40-09.50 break

09.40-9.50 break

09.20-10.00

G. Schubring

The Royaumont Seminar 1959 and Freudenthal's Involvement

09.50-10.30

P. Ullrich

The concept of number by Karl Weierstrass and its first publication, viz. within a school program by Ernst Kossak

09.50-10.10

S. Segev

What can we learn from the introductions of mathematics textbooks by Jewish authors in the 12th-16th centuries?

09.50-10.30

M. Blanco

The study of modern mathematics in the military course of mathematics (1753-1756) of Pedro Padilla

10.00-10.40

L. Puig

Because there are no others in the printing house". On the relation between printing techniques and the algebraic sign systems in textbooks from the 16th to the 18th centuries in Spain

10.00-10.20 break

10.30-10.45 break

10.10-10.25 break

10.30-10.45 break

10.40-11.00 break

10.20-11.00

K. Bjarnadottir

Controversies in Nordic Cooperation on New Mathematics Curriculum Reform in 1960–1967

10.45-11.05

W. Sternemann

Levi Bamberger, the Jewish elementary school teacher of Karl Weierstrass in Gütersloh 1826 – 1828

10.25-11.05

S. Lawrence, H. Durnova, D. Beckers

Problem solving in mathematics education and the curious case of International Mathematics Olympiad of 1967

10.45-11.05

T. Reimers

The Influence of the Works of the Wittenbergian Mathematician Johann Friedrich Weidler (*1691, †1755) on the Mathematische Anfangsgründe Textbook Tradition

11.00-11.20

A. Oller-Marcen

Operations with fractions in Spanish 16th century arithmetic texts

11.00-11.15 break

11.05-11.15 break

11.05-11.15 break

11.05-11.15 break

11.20-11.30 break

11.15-11.55

J. Prytz, L. Ahl, U. Jankvist

One step back and two steps forwards. The Back to Basics movement in Sweden, 1970–1990

11.15-11.55

F. Furinghetti, L. Giacardi (hybrid)

ICMI in the 1950s and 1960s: The internationalization process and the emergence of Mathematics Education as an independent discipline

11.15-11.55 Uhr

S. Zelbo

A Re-examination of the Nineteenth Century French Influence on American Mathematics Education through Textbook Author Charles Davies

11.15-11.55

E. Barbin

The teaching of “indirect methods” by Gabriel Lamé, from the École polytechnique of Paris to the Institut of Saint Petersburg (1818-1831)

11.30-12.10

J. Krüger

What to do with algebra? Changes in the Dutch mathematics curriculum for secondary education

12.00-14.00 lunch

12.00-14.00 lunch

12.00-13.00 lunch

12.00-14.00 lunch

12.10 - 13.00 closing

14.00-14.40

W. Goemans, D. de Bock

Debates on axiom systems for school geometry during the 1960s:  A comparative study of the proposals by Artin, Choquet, Dieudonné and Papy

14.00-14.40

T. de Vittori

Playing « As If » as a way to learn mathematics: the eguality concept in 1st grade in 1969

excursions

14.00-14.40

M. Massa-Esteve, M. Roca-Rosell

Teaching engineers in Spain in the XVIII century. Analysing Mathematical Courses

13.15-14.00 lunch

14.40-14.50 break

14.40-14.50 break

14.40-14.50 break

14.50-15.30

J. H. Smid

Hans Freudenthal and Modern Mathematics: Fiction and Facts

14.50-15.30

Y. Weiss

A cultural-historical perspective on the promotion of mathematical giftedness in Germany

 19.15 p.m.

Organ concert at the Klais organ in St. Stephan (Chagall windows)              

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14.50-15.30

M. Leme da Silva

History of geometry teaching in the early years: Brazil, 19th and 20th century

15.30-16.00 break

15.30-16.00 break

15.30-16.00

16.00-16.40

B. Zwaneveld, D. de Bock

Piet Vredenduin: A life dedicated to mathematics and mathematics teaching

16.00-16.20

A. Rahn, S. Spies

Arithmetic by Manipulatives: A philosophical-didactic Analysis of selected historical Examples

16.00-16.20

A. Holl

The earliest printed arithmetic textbooks in 45 European languages

16.40-16.50 break

16.20-16.30

16.20-16.30

16.50 -17.30

Hans Fischer

Dirichlet's Lectures on "Elements of Series" from WS 1840/41: An Elementary Exposition of Cauchy's "Cours d'analyse"

16.30-17.10

D. de Bock

The late 1960s Belgian math war: “Papy-ists” versus “anti-Papy-ists”

16.30-17.10

D. Crippa

Teaching mathematics in the 18th century: the case of Padua and Veneto

17.10-17.20

17.10 - 17.20

17.20-17.40

S. Shvartsberg

Historical Overview: Career Opportunities for Girls and Mathematics Education during the Progressive Era

17.20 -17.40

A. Christiansen

The influence of Euclid’s Elements on a Norwegian textbook in geometry from early 19th century

6+2

6+3

3+2

6+3

2+1