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Jerry P. Becker

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ICME12 - TSG 9: Final program
Posted: Jun 15, 2012 12:23 PM
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Sent at the request of Luis Puig and Rakhi Banerjee.
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ICME - 12, Seoul, Korea, July 8-15, 2012

TSG 09: Teaching and learning of algebra

Co-chairs:

Luis Puig (Spain)
Rakhi Banerjee (India)

Team members:

Armando Solares (Mexico)
Hwakyung Kim (Korea)
Maria Blanton (USA)
Swee Fong Ng (Singapore)

Liaison IPC Member : Masataka Koyama


Tue, July 10 (10:30-12:00)

For the whole group: General introduction (30 min) (10:30-11:00)

Room 1

Critical aspects as a means to develop students
learning to simplify rational expressions
Olteanu Constanta Linnaeus
University constanta.olteanu@lnu.se
11:00-11:30

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

An analysis of fraction operation sense to
enhance early algebraic thinking Pang
JeongSuk Korea National University of
Education jeongsuk@knue.ac.kr
11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:45-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Room 2

K-8 Pre-service Teachers' Inductive Reasoning
Behaviors in Problem Solving Contexts Magiera
Marta Marquette University
marta.magiera@marquette.edu 11:00-11:30

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

Efficient Professional Development to Foster
Students' Functional Thinking Asghari Nasim
Member baran_sa202@yahoo.com
11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:45-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Wednesday, July 11 (10:30-12:00)

Room 1

Seeing Through Students' Eyes: The Best-help
Strategy For Patten Generalisation Chua Boon
Liang National Institute of Education, Nanyang
Technological University
boonliang.chua@nie.edu.sg 10:30-11:00

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

Continuing patterns as a component of algebraic
thinking ? An interview study with primary school
students Fritzlar Torsten
University of Halle-Wittenberg
torsten.fritzlar@paedagogik.uni-halle.de
11:00-11:15

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

First Grade Students' Early Patterning Competence
on Figural and Numerical Sequences: Cross-Country
Comparisons Between Hongkong and the United
States Rivera Ferdinand San Jose State
University ferdinand.rivera@sjsu.edu
11:15-11:30

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

Exploration into cultural aspects of mathematics
generalisation: Young Australian Indigenous
students Miller Jodie Australian
Catholic University jodie.miller@acu.edu.au
11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:45-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Room 2

Students' understanding of the generality of
algebraic proofs and operative proof in secondary
school mathematics education SASA Hiroyuki
Kumamoto University
sasa@educ.kumamoto-u.ac.jp
10:30-11:00

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

Structure of Algebraic Proficiency Oldenburg
Reinhard Univeristy of Frankfurt
oldenbur@math.uni-frankfurt.de
11:00-11:15

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

An Analysis of Elementary School Students'
Understanding of the Properties of Whole Number
Operations Choi JiYoung Seoul Daedong
elementary school ji2006@empal.com
11:15-11:30

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

ERRORS IN ALGEBRAIC STATEMENTS TRANSLATION DURING
THE CREATION OF AN ALGEBRAIC DOMINO Molina
Marta University of Granada martamg@ugr.es
11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:45-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Friday, July 13 (11:00-12:30)

Room 1

From quasi-variable thinking to algebraic
thinking: a study with grade 4 students Mestre
Célia Unidade de Investigacao do Instituto de
Educacao da Universidade de Lisboa
celiamestre@hotmail.com 11:00-11:30

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

Working with an online game as an entry point to
algebraic thinking Kolovou Angeliki
Facutly of Science, Utrecht University
a.kolovou@uu.nl 11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

Developing Function Sense in Middle School:
Approaches in Standards-Based and Traditional
Curricula Moyer John Marquette
University johnm@mscs.mu.edu
11:45-12:00

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

An investigation into current situation of
algebra instruction in China Pu Shu
mathematics education
shupingpu@126.com 12:00-12:15

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

12:15-12:30 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Room 2

A Theoretical Framework for Understanding the
Different Attention Resource Demands of
Letter-Symbolic Versus Model Method Ng Swee
Associate Prof. sweefong.ng@nie.edu.sg
11:00-11:30

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

Understanding the Function Concept in a
Context-Based, Collaborative Learning Environment
Guzon Angela Fatima Ateneo de Manila
University afguzon@yahoo.com.au
11:30-11:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

Analysis of algebraic errors in applied calculus
problem solving Usman Ahmed federal college
of education, kano, Nigeria
ahmediu22@yahoo.com 11:40-12:00

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

Elementary Student's Algebraic Reasoning
Abilities in Mathematics Problem Solving
Lee Hwa Young Jeongwang elementary
school bornapril@hanmail.net 12:00-12:15

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

12:15-12:30 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Saturday, July 14 (10:30-12:00)

Room 1

Fraction Knowledge and Equation Writing: The
Cases of Peter and Willa Lee Mi Yeon
Indiana University
miyelee@indiana.edu 10:30-11:00

20 minute presentation followed by 10 minute discussion

STUDY ON THE LEARNING OF QUADRATIC EQUATION
THROUGH PROPORTIONS ON THE DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT
yoon okyo Korea National University
of Education okyoyoon@hanmail.net
11:00-11:15

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:15-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

Room 2

Reproduction of algebraic structures by 16-18
year old students Danellys Vega-Castro,
Marta Molina, Encarnación Castro
University of Granada
danelly@correo.ugr.es
10:30-10:45

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

Dynamic geometry and conceptualization processes
of parameters in secondary education Bernal
Diaz Teresa Graduada
dany_tere40@yahoo.com.mx
10:45-11:00

10 minute presentation followed by 5 minute discussion

11:15-12:00 Whole group discussion (Rooms 1 and 2)

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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
E-mail: jbecker@siu.edu



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