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Jerry P. Becker

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ICME12 - TSG 11: Final program
Posted: Jun 17, 2012 1:40 PM
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Timetable for TSG 11: "Teaching and learning of probability"

The TSG 11 organizing committee is co-chaired by Per Nilsson (Sweden)
and Jun Li (China), with additional team members Enriqueta Reston
(Philippines), Egan Chernoff (Canada), Efi Paparistodemou (Cyprus),
and Kyung-Hwa Lee (Korea), along with IPC Liaison Gail Burrill (USA).

TGS 11 has four 90-minute sessions (July 10, 11, 13, and 14) which
will be devoted to different themes of teaching and learning of
probability. In addition there is a poster session, which is common
for all TSGs. The papers accepted for presentation in the four
sessions are structured according to the following four themes:

Theme A: Curriculum Development and Policies
Theme B: Research on Students' Thinking and Reasoning
Theme C: Probability Literacy and Instructional Challenges
Theme D: Teacher Knowledge in probability teaching

Three key note speakers are invited to give the leading speeches
focus on the first three themes, and a Plenary Panel will initiate a
further discussion on the last theme.

Session 1: Tuesday, July 10, 10:30-12:00: Curriculum Development and
Policies
Chair: Egan Chernoff

10:30-10:50 General introduction to TSG11 given by Nilsson and Li
10:50-11:15 Ramesh Kapadia (Invited Speaker, United Kingdom): From
research and curriculum development towards policies to enhance
probabilistic understanding
11:15-11:35 Jenny Gage (United Kingdom): Towards a new probability
curriculum for secondary schools
11:35-11:55 Xianghui Wu (China): Games of probability investigation
and application among Grade 9 students
11:55-12:00 Egan Chernoff: Summing up and synthesizing presentations
and discussions

Session 2: Wednesday, July 11, 10:30-12:00: Research on Students'
Thinking and Reasoning
Chair: Per Nilsson

10:30-10:55 Manfred Borovcnik (Invited Speaker, Austria):
Conditional probability - a review of mathematical, philos Miriam
Amit & Irma Jan (Israel): Gifted students overcoming misconceptions
related to the concept of "independence"
11:15-11:35 Judith Stanja (Germany): Role of artifacts and signs in
elementary stochastic thinking
11:35-11:55 Theodosia Prodromou (Australia): Developing a modeling
approach to probability using computer-based simulations
11:55-12:00 Per Nilsson: Summing up and synthesizing presentations
and discussions

Session 3: Friday, July 13, 11:00-12:30: Probability Literacy and
Instructional Challenges
Chair: Enriqueta Reston

11:00-11:25 Iddo Gal (Invited Speaker, Israel): Developing
probability literacy: Needs and pressures stemming from frameworks of
adult competencies and mathematics curricula
11:25-11:45 Hongshick Jang (Korea): Teaching and learning
probability with mathematical modeling
11:45-12:05 Hugo Hernandez (Mexico) etc.: Probability didactical
sequence: exploring PI
12:05-12:25 Taek-Keun Oh & Kyeong-Hwa Lee (Korea): Half or two
thirds? Creativity development in probability through debate
12:25-12:30 Enriqueta Reston: Summing up and synthesizing
presentations and discussions

Session 4: Saturday, July 14, 10:30-12:00: Teacher Knowledge in
Probability Teaching
Chair: Kyeong-Hwa Lee

10:30-10:50 Enriqueta Reston (Philippines): Exploring inservice
elementary mathematics teachers' conceptions of probability through
inductive teaching and learning methods
10:50-11:10 Per Nilsson (Sweden): Connecting Swedish compulsory
schoolteachers' content knowledge of probability to their level of
education, teaching years and self-assessments of probability concepts
11:10-11:30 Egan Chernoff (Canada): Unintended relative likelihood comparisons
11:30-11:55 Plenary Panel (Burrill, Gal, Kapadia, Borovcnik):
Developing knowledge for probability teaching*
11:55-12:00 Wrap-up discussion and closing given by Nilsson and Li

* Developing knowledge for probability teaching is intended to refer
both to what kind of knowledge teachers may need to provide for a
certain teaching quality and to how to facilitate the development of
such teacher knowledge.

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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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