MACAS-2019 targets researchers and educators from mathematics, sciences, arts, humanities, philosophy, educational sciences and other disciplines that are intrinsically connected to mathematics. Previous MACAS-meetings have shown that there is more than one way of approaching these connections in research and practice. This is why by focusing specifically on the theme “MACAS in the Digital Era” thus aiming to take a closer look at future challenges and the role of interdisciplinary mathematical education in the digital era , we are open to a broader spectrum of contributions. Hence, the following topics are also of interest for MACAS:
- Theoretical investigation of the relation between mathematics, arts and sciences.
- Curricular approaches to integrate mathematics and sciences.
- The importance of mathematical modelling and interdisciplinarity for studying and learning mathematics.
- The importance of arts and humanities for the understanding of the connections between arts, humanities and mathematics in ordinary everyday situations.
- Historical and intercultural dimensions of studying mathematics.
- Critical issues in STEM and STEAM education.
- Mathematical creativity from interdisciplinary perspective.
Richard Barwell (University of Ottawa)
Cécile de Hosson (Université Paris Diderot)
Michelle Wilkerson (University of California Berkeley)
Call for proposals: March 31, 2019.