Full information about the 7th International Conference on Technology and Mathematics Teaching (ICTMT7), taking place 26-29 July 2005 in Bristol, UK, is now available on the conference website: http://www.ictmt7.org/
The aim of the ICTMT conferences is to bring together classroom practioners, curriculum designers, mathematics education researchers, educational software designers, all of them sharing an interest to improve the quality of teaching and learning by effective use of technology. The conference covers schools, colleges, and unversities.
A distinctive feature of the ICTMT7 conference is that it is being held at John Cabot City Technology College, a school for students aged 11-18 that specialises in a technology-rich curriculum and is housed in a brand new, and innovative, building. The school is equipped with a large number of computers on a single, high specification, network and is part of a research community that continuously looks into ways of using ICT to improve student learning. This provides the perfect opportunity to focus on the use of technology for mathematics teaching in an exceptional school environment. For more information on the school, please see: http://www.cabot.ac.uk
Contributions to the conference are invited in the form of: Research papers (please note: full papers are required, abstracts cannot be considered) Poster presentations Workshops Symposia
Submissions can be made online. The deadline for all submissions is 30 April 2005
All submissions will be peer-reviewed, with accepted contributions included in the Conference proceedings. Authors of research papers also have the opportunity to submit their full paper, perhaps revised and extended as a result of presentation at the conference, for inclusion in a special conference issue of the International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education (IJTME). Acceptance for publication in IJTME is subject to further peer review and selected papers may be published in subsequent issues of the journal. For details of the journal, please see: http://www.researchinformation.co.uk/time.php