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Jaime Carvalho e Silva

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ICMI News - number two
Posted: Feb 19, 2008 7:08 PM
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The second number of the bimonthly email Newsletter from the
ICMI-International Commission on Mathematical Instruction
is out. It includes the following contents:

1. Challenges for Mathematics Educators in 2008
2. Symposium on the Occasion of the 100th Anniversary of ICMI
3. PME welcomes you!
4. Post-ICME-11 Workshop
5. ICME-12 (2012) to be held in Korea
6. ICMI Study 19: Proof and Proving in Mathematics Education
7. Calendar of Events of Interest to the ICMI Community
8. Historical vignettes: How the first ICMI study was born, a
personal recollection
9. Subscribing to ICMI News

This issue can be acessed here:
http://www.mathunion.org/pipermail/icmi-news

The next number of this newsletter will be published in April 2008.
Those who want to receive the next number of this newsletter
should subscribe to it.
There are two ways of subscribing to ICMI News:

1. Click on http://www.mathunion.org/ICMI/Mailinglist with a Web browser
and go to the "Subscribe" button to subscribe to ICMI News online.

2. Send an e-mail to icmi-news-request@mathunion.org with the Subject-line:
Subject: subscribe

In both cases you will get an e-mail to confirm your subscription so
that misuse will be minimized. ICMI will not use the list of ICMI News
addresses for any purpose other than sending ICMI News, and will not
make it available to others.

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