Mathematics Education in the Digital Age – University of Copenhagen

Mathematics Education in the Digital Age

Fifth ERME Topic Conference
5-7 September 2018 - University of Copenhagen 



The ERME Topic Conference ‘Mathematics Education in the Digital Age’ is an interdisciplinary, multifaceted collaboration that will bring together participants who would normally attend a range of CERME Thematic Working Groups. The International Programme Committee particularly welcomes theoretical, methodological, empirical or developmental papers and poster proposals in relation to the following conference themes:

  • Mathematics teacher education and professional development in the digital age: the specific knowledge, skills and attributes required for efficient/effective mathematics teaching with digital resources; the design and evaluation of mathematics teacher education and professional development programmes that embed the knowledge, skills and attributes to teach mathematics with digital resources.

  • Mathematics curriculum development and task design in the digital age: the design, evaluation and analysis of resources and tasks; the interactions of teachers and students with digital curriculum materials.

  • Theoretical perspectives and methodologies/approaches for researching mathematics education in the digital age: theories for research on technology use in mathematics education; the linking of theoretical and methodological approaches and the identification of conditions for productive dialogue between theorists, within mathematics education and beyond.

The conference particularly welcomes contributions linking some of these three themes at any level of mathematics education: pre-school, primary, lower- and upper-secondary or tertiary.

The first announcement is scheduled for 1 December 2017.

The International Programme Committe

  • Chair of the IPC: Hans-Georg Weigand (Germany)

    Co-chairs:
  • Alison Clark-Wilson (UK)
  • Ana Donevska-Todorova (Germany)
  • Eleonora Faggiano (Italy)
  • Niels Grønbæk (Denmark) – Chair of the LOC
  • Jana Trgalova (France)

    Members:
  • Paul Drijvers (Netherlands)
  • Andreas Eichler (Germany) – member of the ERME board 
  • Ghislaine Gueudet (France) – member of the ERME board 
  • Colette Laborde (France) 
  • Mirko Maracci (Italy) – link with TWG 17 
  • Sebastian Rezat (Germany) – link with TWG 22 
  • Melih Turgut (Turkey) 
  • Michal Tabach (Israel) 
  • Stefan Zehetmeier (Austria) – link with TWG 18