The 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Copenhagen, Denmark. July 4-11, 2004  

     ICME-10  연구동향  Report on  

  Innovative approaches and technology in Math Edu. (KSME)

Aug. 13

  CNUE

  By  Sang-Gu Lee

      at Sungkyunkwan Univ.

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 주요 참석국가

ICME-10,
Denmark 2004

ICME-9,
Japan 2000

ICME-8,
Spain 1996

Nordic countries

523

103

126


France

46

26

63

Germany

80

36

42

Russian Federation

97

11

17

United Kingdom

130

88

202


Australia

93

64

130

Canada

62

17

49

China

54

114

21

Japan

87

945

110

Korea, Republic Of

56

39

11

United States

349

222

278

Rest of the World

****

****

****


등록된 참석자 수

2161

2074

2762


 

   * 아래의 총 29개의 Topic Study Group  중

TSG 4: Activities and programmes for gifted students (영재교육)
Team Chairs: Ed Barbeau, University of Toronto, Canada, barbeau@math.utoronto.ca
                    Hyunyong Shin, Korea National University of Education, Chungbuk, Korea, shin@knue.ac.kr

TSG 5: Activities and programmes for Students with special needs (특수교육)
Team Chairs: Sinikka Huhtala, Helsinki City College of Social and Health Care, Finland, sinikka.huhtala@edu.hel.fi
                    Petra Scherer, University of Bielefeld, Germany, scherer@mathematik.uni-bielefeld.de

TSG 6: Adult and lifelong mathematics education (평생교육)
Team Chairs: Tine Wedege, Roskilde University, Denmark, tiw@ruc.dk
                    Jeff Evans, Middlesex University Business School, London, United Kingdom, j.evans@mdx.ac.uk

TSG 13: Research and development in the teaching and learning of advanced mathematical topics
Team Chairs: Stephen Hegedus, University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, USA, shegedus@umassd.edu
                    Caroline Lajoie, University of Québec at Montréal, Canada, lajoie.caroline@uqam.ca

TSG 14: Innovative approaches to the teaching of mathematics
Team Chairs: Claudi Alsina, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, claudio.alsina@upc.es;
                    dgu.dursi@gencat.net
                    Anne Watson, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, anne.watson@educational-studies.oxford.ac.uk

TSG 15: The role and use of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics
Team Chairs: Lulu Healy, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil, lulu@pucsp.br
                    Jim Kaput, University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, USA, jkaput@umassd.edu

TSG 16: Visualisation in the teaching and learning of mathematics
Team Chairs: Gerald Goldin, Rutgers University, Piscataway USA, gagoldin@dimacs.rutgers.edu
                    Walter Whiteley, York University, Toronto, Canada, whiteley@mathstat.yorku.ca

TSG 20: Mathematical applications and modelling in the teaching and learning of mathematics
Team Chairs: S.K.Houston, University of Ulster, Jordanstown, Northen Ireland, sk.houston@ulster.ac.uk
                    Shan-Zhi Wang, Capital Normal University, Beijing, China, wsz@mail.cnu.edu.cn

TSG 28: New trends in mathematics education as a discipline
Team Chairs: Tommy Dreyfus, Tel Aviv University, Israel, tommyd@post.tau.ac.il
                    Domingo Paola, Liceo Scientifico “A. Issel”, Alassio, Italy, domingo.paola@tin.it

 의 9 개 Topic Group 에 관심을 가지고 특히

TSG 4: Activities and programmes for gifted students
Team Chairs: Ed Barbeau, University of Toronto, Canada, barbeau@math.utoronto.ca
                    Hyunyong Shin, Korea National University of Education, Chungbuk, Korea, shin@knue.ac.kr

TSG 14: Innovative approaches to the teaching of mathematics
Team Chairs: Claudi Alsina, Technical University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain, claudio.alsina@upc.es;
                    dgu.dursi@gencat.net
                    Anne Watson, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, anne.watson@educational-studies.oxford.ac.uk

TSG 15: The role and use of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics
Team Chairs: Lulu Healy, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, Brazil, lulu@pucsp.br
                    Jim Kaput, University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, USA, jkaput@umassd.edu

TSG 16: Visualisation in the teaching and learning of mathematics
Team Chairs: Gerald Goldin, Rutgers University, Piscataway USA, gagoldin@dimacs.rutgers.edu
                    Walter Whiteley, York University, Toronto, Canada,
whiteley@mathstat.yorku.ca

주로 참석하였음.

  요약 내용은 아래 두 분야에 한정하겠음.

TSG 14: Innovative approaches to the teaching of mathematics

TSG 15: The role and use of technology in the teaching and learning of mathematics

 

* TSG 14  분과인 "새로운 교수법"에서 발표된 내용은 다음과 같음.

 (발표내용)
 

Anne Watson

General introduction ot the papers

Karin Brodie

Teaching mathematics and social justice: multidimensionality and responsibility

Denise Grenier

Research situations for teaching: a modelling proposal and example

Gary Flewelling

COMPARING THE GAMES WE PLAY IN THE CLASSROOM

Cécile Ouvrier-Buffet

“RESEARCH” AS A WAY OF LEARNING NEW CONCEPTS: THE PARTICULAR CASE OF CONSTRUCTING DEFINITIONS

Binyan Xu

Mathematic Instructional Design in Innovative Learning Perspectives,

A Case Study on Symmetry Learning: Elementary Framework and Initial Progress

Megan Staples

Using Common Ground to Understand Innovative Teaching

John Mason

A PHENOMENAL APPROACH TO MATHEMATICS

Marcus Vinicius Maltempi

LEARNING VORTEX, GAMES AND TECHNOLOGIES: A NEW APPROACH TO THE TEACHING OF MATHEMATICS

Xu Liquan

Briefing on MM Education Way, a New Way of Mathematics Teaching

Khoon Yoong WONG

Using Multi-Modal Think-Board to Teach Mathematics

Anne Watson

Dance and mathematics: power of novelty in the teaching of mathematics

Asuman Duatepe

DRAMA BASED INSTRUCTION AND GEOMETRY

Malcolm Swan

Developing mathematics lesson genres

Luo Qiu jia

The Open-Ended Approach in Reforming Traditional Teaching: taking learning plane geometry as an example

Walter G Spunde

Functions as First Class Citizens

* TSG 15  인 "수학교육에서의 Technology" 분과에서 발표된 내용은 다음과 같음.

 (발표내용) Plenary Papers

AUTHOR(S)

TITLE

PDF FILE SIZE

Jim Kaput

Technology Becoming Infrastructural in Mathematics Education

Download file (112 KB)

Bibi Lins (Abigail Fregni Lins)

Dynamic Geometry Software: Two Ways of Seeing It and Using It

Download file (64 KB)

Luis Moreno Armella

Mathematical Thinking and Technology: Some Views on Their Co-Evolution

Download file (124 KB)

Richard Noss
Ceclia Hoyles

The Technological Presence: Shaping and Shaped by Learners

Download file (72 KB)

 (발표내용) Accepted Papers

AUTHOR(S)

TITLE

PDF FILE SIZE

Sergei Abramovich
Peter Brouwer

Hidden Curriculum as a Didactical Framework for Mathematics Teacher Education in a Technological Paradigm

Download file (108 KB)

Maxima J. Acelajado

The Impact if Using Technology on Studentsí Achievement, Attitude, and Anxiety in Mathematics

Download file (200 KB)

Rosihan M. Ali
Kor Liew Kee

Undergraduate Mathematics Enhanced with Graphing Technology

Download file (220 KB)

Abel MartÌn Álvarez
Jordi Baldrich Álvarez

Statistics and the New Graphing Calculators

Download file (92 KB)

Mette Andresen

Flexibility of Mathematical Conceptions: Identification, Role and Causes

Download file (168 KB)

Marcelo Bairral
Leonardo Zanette

Learning and Teaching Geometry in Virtual Environments

Download file (60 KB)

Gail Burrill

Teaching and Learning Mathematics Using Handheld Graphing Technology

Download file (104 KB)

Sangsook Choi-Koh
Dr. Hokyoung KO

Prospective Math Teachersí Thinking in Explorations Using a Hand-held Calculator

Download file (112 KB)

Alison Clark-Jeavons

Integrating the Use if ICT in the Mathematics Classroom: Developing Teachersí Practices

Download file (100 KB)

Tilak de Alwis

A Center of Gravity Approach to Conic Sections and Dynamic Geometry Software

Download file (1.2 MB)

Ziva Deutsch
Akiva Kadari
Thierry Dana-Picard

ìEzer-Reshetî — Distance Mentoring

Download file (132 KB)

David Driver

Problem Solving in a CAS Environment

Download file (364 KB)

Kamon Ekthaicharern

A Study of Undergraduate Mathematics Studentsí Achievement and Attitudes in Learning Linear Algebra by Using Graphing Calculators

Download file (120 KB)

Eleonora Faggiano
Luciano Faggiano

Math Cooperative Learning Networking Technologies

Download file (112 KB)

Patricia Forster

Teaching and Learning Statistics with Technology

Download file (168 KB)

Claudio Fuentealba
Ruth Galindo

Function Sequence Using Software Support

Download file (56 KB)

Victor Giraldo
Luiz Mariano Carvalho

Computational Descriptions and Conflicts Associated with Irrational Numbers

Download file (92 KB)

Derek Glover
Dave Miller
Doug Averis

Panacea or Prop: The Role of the Interactive Whiteboard in Improving Teaching Effectiveness

Download file (232 KB)

Luiz Carlos Guimarães
Rafael Barbastefano
Franck Bellemain
Elizabeth Belfort

Tools for Distance Teaching in Mathematics

Download file (184 KB)

Hulya Gur

Calculator Supported Hand-Outs for Teachers to Solve Real World Problems

Download file (56 KB)

Lenni Haapasalo
Djordje Kadijevich

Using Innovative Technology for Revitalizing Formal and Informal Mathematics: A Special View on the Interplay Between Procedural and Conceptual Knowledge

Download file (908 KB)

Alena Hospesová
Helena Binterová

Investigations in Excel-Aided Mathematical Learning

Download file (2.1 MB)

Rosalyn Hyde

A Snapshot of Practice: Views of Teachers on the Use and Impact of Technology in Secondary Mathematics Classrooms

Download file (104 KB)

J. Imai
Y. Okouchi
D. Watabe
H. Komatsugawa

Development and Case Studies of a WBT System for Remedial Mathematics

Download file (68 KB)

Fabrizio Iozzi
Guido Osimo

The Virtual Classroom in Blended Learning Mathematics Undergraduate Courses

Download file (148 KB)

Ho Kyoung Ko

The Role of the Graphing Calculator Through Characteristics of Verbal Interaction: A Case Study

Download file (196 KB)

Joong Kwoen Lee

A Case Study of Preservice Teachersí Learning Mathematics Under the Computer Technology Environments

Download file (96 KB)

Shuk-kwan Susan Leung

Using Asynchronous Internet-Based Technology: Case of Graduate Course in Mathematical Problem Solving

Download file (244 KB)

Bibi Lins (Abigail Fregni Lins)

Towards New Trends on the Role of Users of Technology: A Look at Some Research Fields

Download file (60 KB)

Malgorzata Makiewicz

Role of Photography in Developing Matheamtical Creativity in Students at Elementary and Practical Levels

Download file (1.6 MB)

Hideaki Miyashita

Method of e-Means/Infrastructure for Information Design Oriented Quality Training of Mathematics Teacher

Download file (648 KB)

Ambj–rn Naeve
Mikael Nilsson

ICT Enhanced Mathematics Education in the Framework of a Knowledge Manifold

Download file (1.5 MB)

Masahiro Nagai
Katsuya Shiraki
Hiroaki Koshikawa
Kanji Akahori

Mathematics Problem Solving Using a Web-Based Knowledge Map and Analysis of the Process

Download file (1.2 MB)

Mikael Nilsson
Ambj–rn Naeve

On Designing a Global Infrastructure for Content Sharing in Mathematics Education

Download file (520 KB)

Federica Olivero

Hiding and Showing Construction Elements in Cabri: A Focusing Process

Download file (52 KB)

Elzbieta Perzycka

Computer-Aided of Maturity to Learning the Mathematics in School Conditions

Download file (40 KB)

Jennifer Piggott

Developing a Framework for Mathematical Enrichment

Download file (48 KB)

Peter Ransom

Estimating Angle: Working with Real Data in the Classroom

Download file (712 KB)

Research Group of Integration of Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in High School with Information Technology (Jianyue Zhang)

Research and Practices of Integration of Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Materials in High School with Information Technology

Download file (84 KB)

Cristina Sabena

The Transparency of Instruments as Index of Perceptive and Cultural Relation to Concepts

Download file (157 KB)

Heinz Schumann

New Methods from New Facilities in DGS: The Case of Algebraic Curves

Download file (184 KB)

Gabriel J. Stylianides
Andreas J. Stylianides

Reconsidering the Drag Test as Criterion of Validation for Solutions of Construction Problems in Dynamic Geometry Environments

Download file (132 KB)

David Thomas
Cynthia Thomas

Lessons Learned: Fostering a Pedagogic Frame of Reference for the Use of Mathematical Modeling Technologies

Download file (144 KB)

Jos Tolboom

Working with Completely Digital Materials in Secondary Mathematics Education

Download file (100 KB)

Jerry Uhl

Using Technology in Math Before Calculus

Download file (40 KB)

Marja-Leena Viljanen

Computer-Based Learning Environment for Secondary School Algebra

Download file (248 KB)

Jenni Way

Multimedia Learning Objects in Mathematics Education

Download file (404 KB)

Hans-Georg Weigand

Mathematics Teacher Education on the WEB (MaDIN) — An Internet-Supported Teaching and Learning System

Download file (320 KB)

Zhang Xiong

Mathematical Education as Social Structure

Download file (56 KB)

Zhang Xiong

Trend of Mathematical Education Reform in China

Download file (44 KB)

Bernhard Zgraggen

Interactive, Generic, Heuristic and Dynamic Step-by-Step Solutions to Mathematical Problems in the World Wide Web

Download file (200 KB)

   TSG 14 발표 내용 예 :  Innovative approaches  PDF원고,  사진

   TSG 15: 발표 내용 예   technology in Math Ed.   시각화포스터, PDF원고 ,

    사진=>대학학부교육,  DG, Workshop, Thematic afternoon, MathML, 원격교육,

   

  관련 자료  사이트   http://www.icme-10.dk/pages/02topic.htm

 

         * 주요 강연 동영상 :

  개막식 및 시상식, G. Strang 교수 강연일부

  

 

  1. Talk of SGLee 본인 발표 자료(Link) :

ACTIVITY OF A GIFTED STUDENT WHO FOUND  LINEAR ALGEBRAIC SOLUTION OF BLACKOUT PUZZLE 

 Sang-Gu Lee (Sungkyunkwan Univ. KOREA)

 sglee@skku.edu

 

Abstract

 

The purpose of this paper is to introduce an activity of student who found purely linear algebraic solution of the Blackout puzzle which was introduced in the official homepage of movie "Beautiful mind". It shows how we can help and work with gifted students. We also introduce a software which veryfies this solution. This process and algorithm can be extended to the fullsize Go board problem.

         *  Mathematics Education in Korea after TIMSS  by  Hee-chan Lew

*  School Mathematics Curriculum of Korea  by Suk-yun Paik

*  Mathematics Assessment in Korea.  by Woo Hyung Whang

 

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