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ICME12  TSG 19: Final program
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Jun 18, 2012 6:10 PM



*********************************** Sent at the request of HansGeorg Weigand. *********************************** Topic Study Group 19 (TSG 19) for ICME12
Analysis of uses of technology in the learning of mathematics
The TSG 19 organizing committee is cochaired by Marcelo Borba (Brazil) and HansGeorg Weigand (Germany), with additional team members Ornella Robutti (Italy), Monica Villareal (Argentina), Tom Dick (USA), Youngcook Jun (Korea), along with IPC Liaison Yuriko Baldin.
The organizing committee assembled the accepted papers for TSG 19 into four groups for summary, presentation, and discussion:
Group A: Elearning, interactive textbooks, games, mobile applications Group B: Theoretical Aspects Group C: Dynamic Geometry Systems (DGS), Calculators, CAS Group D: Topics in Mathematics
Each of the four 90minute sessions (July 10, 11, 13, and 14) will be devoted to one of these four groups of papers. The time available does not allow for formal presentations of every paper by their authors. Two papers from each group were selected for presentations by the authors, with the remaining papers in that group to be summarized by a member of the organizing committee, with opportunities for comments by the authors and for discussion of the papers by all participants. The structure for each 90minute session will include some brief opening remarks by the cochairs of the committee, followed by a 30minute period for summary and discussion of those papers not presented later in the session. Following the summary discussion, each of the two selected papers will be presented by their authors (15 minutes each, with 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion). This will be followed by 15 minutes of roundtable discussions focused around questions of emergent issues raised by the papers considered in that session. At the conclusion of each session, the TSG 19 cochairs will make some brief closing remarks.
The following timetable for TSG 19 provides details on the schedule.
Timetable for TSG 19
Tuesday, July 10 Session 1  10.30  12.00
10.30  10.40 Opening remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
10.40  11.10 Marcelo Borba: Presentations of the papers for Group A: Elearning, interactive textbooks, games, mobile communications . A summary of the papers of Group A except #254 and #1053 . 15 minutes by Marcelo Borba, 5 minutes by the authors, 10 minutes discussion by participants
11.10  11.25 Gerry Stahl: ELearning, #1053 . 10 minutes talk  5 minutes discussion
11.25  11.40 Robyn Jorgensen, Tim Lowrie: Digital Games, #254 . 10 minutes talk with 5 minutes discussion
11.40  11.55 Roundtable discussions of the session papers
11.55  12.00 Closing remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
Wednesday, July 11 Session 2  10.30  12.00
10.30  10.40 Opening remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
10.40  11.10 Tom Dick: Presentations of the papers for Group B: Theoretical Aspects . A summary of the papers of Group B except #117 and #539 . 15 minutes by Tom Dick, 5 minutes by the authors, 10 minutes discussion by participants
11.10  11.25 Abramovich Sergei, Eun Kyeong Cho: Preteachers' learning of mathematics through technologyenabled problem posing, # 117 . 10 minutes talk  5 minutes discussion
11.25  11.40 HansGeorg Weigand, Barbara SchmidtThieme, Choosing adequate Digital Representations, #539 . 10 minutes talk with 5 minutes discussion
11.40  11.55 Roundtable discussions of the session papers
11.55  12.00 Closing remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
Thursday, July 12  EXCURSION DAY
Friday, July 13 Session 3  11.00  12.30
11.00  11.10 Opening remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
11.10  11.40 Youngcook Jun: Presentations of the papers of Group C: Dynamic Geometry Systems (DGS), Calculators, Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) . A summary of the papers of Group C except #1013 and #1236 . 15 minutes by Youngcook Jun, 5 minutes by the authors, 10 minutes discussion by participants
11.40  11.55 Arthur B. Powell Arthur, Loretta Dicker: Toward Collaborative Learning with Dynamic Geometry Environments, # 1013 . 10 minutes talk  5 minutes discussion
11.55  12.10 Thomas Lingefjärd, Jonaki Ghosh, Aaloka Kanhere: Students Solving Investigatory Problems with GeoGebra  A Study of Students' Work in India and Sweden, #1236 . 10 minutes talk with 5 minutes discussion
12.10  12.25 Roundtable discussions of the session papers
12.25  12.30 Closing remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
Saturday, July 14 Session 4  10.30  12.00
10.30  10.40 Opening remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
10.40  11.10 Yuriko Baldin: Presentations of the papers of Group D: Topics in Mathematics. . A summary of the papers of Group D except #251 and #636 . 15 minutes by Yuriko Baldin, 5 minutes by the authors, 10 minutes discussion by participants
11.10  11.25 Christian Bokhove, Paul Drijvers: Effects Of A Digital Intervention On The Development Of Algebraic Expertise, # 251 . 10 minutes talk  5 minutes discussion
11.25  11.40 Jens Jesberg, Matthias Ludwig: MathCityMap  Make mathematical experiences in outofschool activities using mobile technology, #636 . 10 minutes talk with 5 minutes discussion
11.40  11.55 Roundtable discussions of the session papers
11.55  12.00 Closing remarks: Marcelo Borba and HansGeorg Weigand
Group A: Elearning, interactive textbooks, games, mobile communications
. Robyn Jorgensen (Griffith University, Australia), Tom Lowrie (Charles Sturt University, Australia). Digital Games and Mathematical Learning: A summary paper
. Youngcook Jun (Computer Education, Sunchon National University, South Korea), Hongjoon Park (Center for Teaching and Learning, Sunchon National University, South Korea). Development of a webbased eLearning system for mathematics learning using Bayesian Network.
. Gerry Stahl (College of Information Science, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA). Designing a Learning Environment to Promote Math Discourse
. Gerry Stahl (College of Information Science, Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA). Evaluating Significant Math Discourse in a Learning Environment
. William Finzer (Senior Scientist KCP Technologies, Emeryville, CA, USA). Data GamesStudents Learning Mathematics through Data Modeling of Video Game Play in a Web Application Data Analysis Environment
. Elena Naftaliev, Michal Yerushalmy (University of Haifa, Center for Educational Technology, Israel). Interactive Diagrams: Mathematical Engagements with Interactive Textbooks
. Michal Yerushalmy (University of Haifa The institute for Alternatives in Education). Designing a setting for mobile mathematical inquiry
. Tinnirello Alicia María, Gago Eduardo Alberto, Dádamo Mónica Beatriz (Laboratorio Multidisciplinar de Ciencias Básicas Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Rosario Zeballos, Argentina). Mathematical virtual learning environments in mechanical engineering education
. Jorge Cássio Costa Nóbriga (Institute "Jesus Maria Jose" and University of Brasilia), Gilberto Lacerda Santos, Luís Cláudio Lopes de Araújo, Bruno Santos Ferreira e Renan de Lima. GGBOOK: One Interface which integrates the text and graphic environment in the GEOGEBRA.
Group B: Theoretical Aspects
. Sergei Abramovich (State University of New York at Potsdam, USA), Eun Kyeong (Cho University of New Hampshire, USA). PreTeachers' learning of mathematics through technologyenabled problem posing
. Wellesley R. Foshay (Texas Instruments, Inc., Dallas, Texas, USA), Chanhee Son (Korean Educational Development Institute and Graduate School of Education, Dankook University, Youngin, Korea). What does the Korean experience tell us about issues in the integration of advanced technologies into mathematics classrooms in developed countries?
. Barbara SchmidtThieme, (University of Hildesheim, Germany), HansGeorg Weigand (University of Wuerzburg, Germany). Choosing adequate Digital Representations
. Anna Teledahl (Dalarna University, Sweden). ICT IN CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT IN MATHEMATICS
. Tran Kiem Minh (College of Education, Hue University, Vietnam & LDAR, Université Paris 7, France). Functional Modeling with Casyopée to Support an Experimental Approach to Functions
. Jennifer Suh, Padmanabhan Seshaiyer (Center for Outreach in Mathematics Professional Learning and Educational Technology, George Mason University), Kerri Fulginiti (Fairfax County Public School, Arlington). USING TECHNOLOGY AND PROBLEM BASED LEARNING TO DISPEL MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT INTERPRETING GRAPHS
. Silke Ladel, Ulrich Kortenkamp & Christian Dohrmann (CERMAT, University of Education Karlsruhe, Germany) An ActivityTheoretic View on Multitouch Devices in Mathematics Education
. Markus Vogel (University of Education Heidelberg, Germany), Tina Seufert (University of Ulm, Germany).
SUPPORT OF READING GRAPHS USING MULTIPLE REPRESENTATIONS
Group C: Dynamic Geometry Systems (DGS), Calculators, Computer Algebra Systems (CAS)
. Shang Xiaoqing (Department of Education, Shanxi Normal University, Xi an ,Shanxi). Strategy of The Integration of DGS and Mathematics Teaching based on the principle of TTT
. Gilbert Greefrath, Michael Rieß (University of Münster, Germany). Using CAShandhelds at lower secondary level  results of an empirical study
. Madalena Consciência (Secundária Dr. Ginestal Machado Santarém Unidade de Investigação do Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa), Hélia Oliveira (Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa). APPROPRIATION OF THE GRAPHIC CALCULATOR ARTEFACT BY 11TH GRADE STUDENTS: ESTABLISHING CONNECTIONS BETWEEN REPRESENTATIONS
. Oguz Koklu (Marmara University, Ataturk Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics ISTANBUL/TURKEY), Abdullah Topcu (Bogazici University, Faculty of Education, Department of Mathematics, ISTANBUL/TURKEY) Effect of Cabriassisted instruction on secondary school students' misconceptions about graphs of quadratic functions
. Arthur B. Powell, Loretta Dicker (Rutgers University, USA) Toward Collaborative Learning with Dynamic Geometry Environments
. Guido Pinkernell, Regina Bruder (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
CAliMERO (20052010): CAS Use in Secondary School Mathematics  Teaching Style and Mathematical Achievement
. Thomas Lingefjärd (The University of Gothenburg), Jonaki Ghosh, Aaloka Kanhere Students Solving Investigatory Problems with GeoGebra  A Study of Students' Work in India and Sweden  A Collaborative Research Project undertaken by the Technology Working Group of the Indo Swedish Initiative in Mathematics Education
. Maria da Graça Magalhães (Escola Secundária Henrique Medina), Maria Helena Martinho (CIEd  Universidade do Minho) THE ROLE OF GRAPHICAL CALCULATOR IN DEVELOPING MATHEMATICAL ARGUMENTATION
Group D: Topics in Mathematics
. Cynthia Seto (Academy of Singapore Teachers Ministry of Education, Singapore), Tan Bing Hwee (Geylang Methodist School, Primary, Singapore) A Study on Collaborative Learning with ICT in Primary Mathematics
. Christian Bokhove (St. Michaël College, Zaandam, the Netherlands & Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands), Paul Drijvers (Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, Utrecht, the Netherlands). EFFECTS OF A DIGITAL INTERVENTION ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF ALGEBRAIC EXPERTISE
. Kim In Kyung (Department of Mathematics Education, Cheongju University, Korea.) The analysis of gender differences on mathematics achievement after learning using technology
. Parmjit Singh, Nor Aziah Alias, Teoh Sian Hoon, and Ros Azian Yahaya (Mathematics Department, Faculty of Education, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Malaysia) Developing Numeracy LiPWARE (Learning with Play Software): Promoting Numeracy Thinking for Classroom Learning
. Jens Jesberg, Matthias Ludwig (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) MathCityMap  Make mathematical experiences in outofschool activities using mobile technology
. Thierry DanaPicard (Jerusalem College of Technology), Nurit Zehavi (Weizmann Institute of Science), Giora Mann (Beit Chanan), Instrumented techniques and extension of curriculum in Analytic Geometry
. Jong Cherng Meei (Institute of Teacher Education Tuanku Bainun Campus, Penang, Malaysia), Toh Seong Chong, Wan Mohd Fauzy Wan Ismail, Lim Chap Sam (Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia) Efficacy of Highvariability Worked Examples Multimedia Learning Environment for Transformation Geometry
. Toshimitsu MIYAMOTO (FUKUYAMA CITY UNIVERSITY, Japan). Construction of the computer systems for the arithmetical and mathematics education based on a related development theory, and lesson practice
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