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63 
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80

36

42 
Russian Federation

97

11

17 
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88

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62

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49 
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114

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87

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TSG 4: Activities
and programmes for gifted students (¿µÀç±³À°) 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
(Æ¯¼ö±³À°) 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.unibielefeld.de
TSG 6: Adult and
lifelong mathematics education (Æò»ý±³À°) 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@educationalstudies.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 ShanZhi 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
ÀÇ 9 °³ Topic
Group ¿¡ °ü½ÉÀ» °¡Áö°í Æ¯È÷ 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@educationalstudies.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
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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 Heechan Lew
*
School Mathematics Curriculum of Korea by
Sukyun Paik
* Mathematics Assessment in Korea. by
Woo Hyung
Whang

