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ICME12 - TSG 5: Final program
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Topic Study Group 5 (TSG 5) for ICME-12 - updated
program for Mathematics education in and for work

The TSG 5 organizing committee is co-chaired by
Geoff Wake(UK) and Keiko Yasukawa (Australia),
with additional team members Corinne Hahn
(France), Ok-Kyeoung Kim (Korea), Tine Wedege
(Sweden), Rudolf Straesser (Germany) along with
IPC Liaison Morten Blomhoej.

TSG 5 has four 90-minute sessions (July 10, 11,
13, and 14) each of which will be focused on
different issues in relation to mathematics
education in and for work. Only a small number of
papers were submitted and accepted for inclusion
in the programme of the Topic Study Group. These
papers will be used to stimulate each session
with the author(s) using the presentation of
their work to generate discussion. It is the
intention that a publication will be developed
from the work of the group during and beyond
ICME-12. On Saturday July 15, we will devote the
whole session to posters that have been submitted
to the session, and allow participants to examine
and discuss the work presented by the poster
presenters.

The following timetable for TSG 5 provides details of the schedule.

TSG participants are also alerted to the
following session presented by Rudolf Straesser
and José Francisco Rodrigues on "Educational
Interfaces between Mathematics and Industry
(EIMI) - ICMI/ICIAM-study no. 20" on Monday, 9th
July, 17.30-19.00 which is expected to provide an
interesting and relevant reference for the TSG5
discussions.

Time: July 10 Tue, July 11 Wed, July 15 Sat,
10:30-12:00 / July 13 Fri, 15:00-16:30
Location: Conference Room 303

Organizers
Co-chairs: Geoff Wake (UK) geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk
Keiko Yasukawa(Australia) Keiko.Yasukawa@uts.edu.au
Team Members: Corinne Hahn(France) hahn@escp-eap.net
Ok-Kyeoung Kim(Korea) ok-kyeong.kim@wmich.edu
Geoff Wake(UK) geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk
Rudolf Straesser(Germany) rudolf.straesser@math.uni-giessen.de
Liaison IPC Member: Morten Blomhoej blomhoej@ruc.dk

Programs

Session I July 10 Tue, 10:30-12:00

10:30-10:45
Geoff Wake and Keiko Yasukawa, Opening

10:45-11:20
Pharmacists and Mathematics
Ok-Kyeong Kim, Western Michigan University,
United States, ok-kyeong.kim@wmich.edu
Discussant: Jaime Silva

11.20-11.55
Mathematics applications in Topography: What elements for the training?
Olda Covian-Chavez , Cinvestav-IPN , Mexico , nadinne.olda@gmail.com
Avenilde Romo-Vazquez , CICATA-IPN , Mexico ,
avenilderv@yahoo.com.mx Discussant: Geoff Wake

11.55-12.00
Closing

Session II, July 11 Wed, 10.30-12.00

10:30-10:45
Geoff Wake and Keiko Yasukawa, Introductions and recap of previous day:

10.45-11:20
The mathematics teaching in Vocational Schools in Portugal
Jaime Silva , CMUC - University of Coimbra , Portugal , jaimecs@mat.uc.pt
Discussant: Geoff Wake

11:20-11:55
Mathematics Education for the Worker, for the Employer, and/or for the Global
Marketplace? - An Exploratory Study of a Complex Question
Keiko Yasukawa , University of Technology ,
Australia , keiko.yasukawa@uts.edu.au
Stephen Black , Sydney , Australia , Stephen.Black@uts.edu.au
Tony Brown , University of Technology , Australia
, Tony.Brown@uts.edu.au Discussant: Ok-Kyeong Kim

11:55-12:00
Closing

Session III, Friday, July 13, 15.00-16.30

10:30-10:45
Geoff Wake and Keiko Yasukawa,Introductions and recap of previous day:

10:45-11:20
Seeking principles of design of general
mathematics curricula informed by research of use
of mathematics in workplace contexts
Geoff Wake, University of Nottingham, United
Kingdom, geoffrey.wake@nottingham.ac.uk
Discussant: Keiko Yasukawa

11:20-11:55
Rudolf Straesser, Overall threads and observations:

11:55-12:00
Closing

Session IV, Saturday, July 14, 10.30 - 12.00

Poster presentations
Teaching Method For Mathematics In Korean Middle
School: A Case Study of a Function - Yoonjung
Choi,
An Exploration on Reflective Practice of
Internship Mathematics Teachers Practicum Through
Supervisory Process In Lesson Study and Open
Approach Context - Rawadee Muaddarak, Maitree
Inprasitha
The Inclusion of Non-Formal Education
Opportunities For Internships In the Degree
Course In Mathematics - Tula Morais, Talita
Faustino,
Analysis and Thinking For Process Project And Its Attainment -Wu Qunzhi
Partnership Program Of Mathematics And Science
Education InJapan - Minoru Ito, Tadashi Aoki,
Akihiko Shimano
Adults' Mathematics: In Work And For School -
Lisa Bjorklund Boistrup, Marie Jacobson
The Development Of Divergent Thinking In Teaching Mathematics - Zinaida Firsova
Secondary Teachers' Perception On Numeracy And
Mathematics In Workplace - Ji-Eun Lee

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Jerry P. Becker
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Southern Illinois University
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E-mail: jbecker@siu.edu



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