The theme of International Symposium Elementary Mathematics Teaching SEMT ’19 is
‘Opportunities in Learning and Teaching Elementary Mathematics’.
The Symposium comprises plenary lectures, presentation of papers, posters and workshops.
SEMT ’19 PLENARY
Berinderjeet Kaur (Singapore): Opportunity to Learn: Reason and Communicate Mathematically in the Elementary Class
Annie Savard (Canada): How teaching mathematics in elementary school can support Financial Literacy Education
Ron Tzur (USA): Elementary Conceptual Progressions (Trajectories): Reality Check + Implications
Hamsa Venkatakrishnan (South Africa): Improving early number learning in contexts of disadvantage
- Ruth Bebernik, Florian Schacht (Germany): Teaching and learning geometry with digital tools
- David Clarke, Carmel Mesiti, Man Ching Esther Chan (Australia), Jarmila Novotná, Kateřina Jančaříková, Alena Hošpesová (Czech Republic): Good questions and good questioning: Tasks and talk in Mathematics and Science classrooms
- Brian Doig, Susie Groves, John Cripps-Clark (Australia): Putting the mathematics into STEM
- Jennifer Holm (Canada): Changing perceptions of mathematics with elementary teacher education candidates
- Antonín Jančařík (Czech Republic): Solving word problems graphically
- Adalira Saenz-Ludlow (USA): Does children’s mathematical reasoning surpass the algorithmic manipulations imposed to them?
- Steve Thornton , Kristen Tripet (Australia), Olive Chapman (Canada): reSolve: Mathematics by Inquiry – Promoting a spirit of inquiry in school mathematics
- Jana Višňovská (Australia), José Luis Cortina (Mexico), Pamela Vale (South Africa): Building learning opportunities in classrooms of disadvantage: Rethinking the learning trajectories
The deadline for paper submissions has been extended to March 31st 2019.