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Jerry P. Becker

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ICME12 - TSG 13: Final program
Posted: Jun 12, 2012 6:23 PM
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Sent at the request of Victor Martinez-Luaces.
ICME 12- Topic Study Group 13 - Teaching and Learning of Calculus


This Topic Study Group will seek contributions on
the research and development in the teaching and
learning of calculus, both at upper secondary and
tertiary level. Contributions will account for
advances, new trends, and important work done in
recent years on the teaching and learning
processes of Calculus.

Organization of the TSG 13

As usual, TSGs are the prime forum for
participation at ICME-12. At ICME-12, our TSG
will have four one and a half hour timeslots at
our disposal and two general posters sessions. On
the website of ICME-12 it is possible to access
to all relevant documents including long
presentations, short presentations and posters.

Co-chairs : Victor Martinez-Luaces(Uruguay)
Sunsook Noh(Korea) <>
Team Members : Margot Berger(South Africa)
Francisco Cordero(Mexico) <>
Greg Oates(New Zealand) <>
Liaison IPC Member : Johann Engelbrecht

Structure of the TSG 13

The organizing committee organized the accepted
papers and posters for TSG 13 in the following

· Four papers (# 278, # 386, # 1346 and # 1420)
were accepted for long presentations.

· A group of 13 papers ( # 156, # 170, # 228, #
556, # 567, # 580, # 908, # 937, # 1077, # 1345 #
1410, # 1632 and # 1648) were accepted for short

· In each session three or four short
presentations and a long one will be delivered.

· Each session will be devoted to an important
topic in Calculus teaching and learning.

· Posters in the general poster session which is common for all TSGs.

The time available only allows for relatively
short presentations by the authors: 10 minutes
for short papers; and 20 minutes for the three
long papers, so the whole group will have at
least half an hour for questions, comments and

The structure for each of the four 90-minute session will include

1. some brief opening remarks by the co-chairs of the committee, followed by

2. a long presentation (20 min each), followed by

3. three or four short paper presentations (10 min each).

4. At the conclusion of each session, there will be a general discussion.

The following timetable for TSG 13 provides
details on the schedule (including timings of
long and short presentations). Poster sessions
are not listed - please refer to the ICME 12 list
of poster presentations.

Time schedule for TSG 13

Timetable for TSG 13: Teaching and Learning of Calculus.

Tuesday, July 10

Session 1 - 10.30 - 12.00. The derivative concept.

10.30 - 10.35 Opening remarks: TSG-13 organisers.

10.35 - 10.55 Long presentation:

William Crombie: Conceptual Architecture and Access to Calculus (#278)

10.55 - 11.25 Short presentations:

Jungeun Park: Calculus instructors' and students'
discourses on the derivative (#156)

Miguel Díaz: Understanding of the derivative and
its meanings. The case of Calculus professors (#

Hyang Im Kang: Reinvention of derivative via
context problem on Geogebra (#1410)

11.25 - 12.00 General discussion.

Wednesday, July 11

Session 2 - 10.30 - 12.00 Modelling, applications and other topics.

10.30 - 10.35 Opening remarks: TSG-13 organisers.

10.35 - 10.55 Long presentation:

Victor Martinez-Luaces: Inverse modelling problems in Calculus courses (#386)

10.55 - 11.25 Short presentations:

Mohammad Pourkazemi: Teaching Calculus for
students in Economic and Management Fields (# 228)

Anne D'Arcy-Warmington: We teach our students
Calculus, our students study Calculus but what is
the lasting memory of calculus for our students?
(# 1345)

Greg Oates: Applications and implications of
recent research for the teaching of Calculus: A
report from the 2011 Delta Conference on
Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching and Learning
(# 1648)

11.25 - 12.00 General discussion.

Thursday, July 12 EXCURSION DAY

Friday, July 13

Session 3 - 11.00 - 12.30. Other concepts in Calculus: integrals, series, etc.

10.30 - 10.35 Opening remarks: TSG-13 organisers.

10.35 - 10.55 Long presentation:

Anatoly Kouropatov: The idea of accumulation as a
core concept for an integral Calculus curriculum
for high school (#1346)

10.55 - 11.25 Short presentations:

Myriam Codes, Maria Teresa Gonzalez, Maria Laura
Delgado & Maria Consuelo Monterrubio: Growth in
the understanding of the concept of infinite
numerical series: a glance through Pirie and
Kieren theory (# 556)

Tania Campos, Renato Mineiro, Vera De Souza &
Rosana Lima: Quadric surfaces: activities
mediated by a 3-dimensional representation model
(# 908)

Rafael Martinez-Planell & Maria Trigueros
Gaisman: Activity sets to help student graphing
of functions of two variables (# 937)

Jennifer Czocher: Calculus: Foundations for Differential Equations (# 1077)

11.25 - 12.00 General discussion.

Saturday, July 14

Session 4 - 10.30 - 12.00: Precalculus and first Calculus courses.

10.30 - 10.35 Opening remarks: TSG-13 organisers.

10.35 - 10.55 Long presentation:

Dong-Joong Kim, Hyang-Im Kang, Sang-Hoon Shin &
Hyun-Joo Lee: Four different experimental
epistemology about limit concepts (#1420)

10.55 - 11.25 Short presentations:

David Bressoud: Preliminary Results of the Study
on Characteristics of Successful Programs in
College Calculus (# 170)

Xuefen Gao & Jiansheng Bao: Research on
Concept-based Instruction of Calculus (# 580)

José Antonio Plaza: Meanings of the concept of
finite limit of a function at one point, as
demonstrated by students in bachillerato (# 1632)

11.25 - 12.00 General discussion.

Jerry P. Becker
Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction
Southern Illinois University
625 Wham Drive
Mail Code 4610
Carbondale, IL 62901-4610
Phone: (618) 453-4241 [O]
(618) 457-8903 [H]
Fax: (618) 453-4244

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