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Jerry P. Becker

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Chief Organizers - Working Groups for Action: ICME-9
Posted: Feb 24, 1999 10:13 PM
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Regarding: The 9th International Congress on Mathematics Education
Tokyo/Makuhari, Japan, July 31-August 6, 2000

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CURRENT LIST OF CHIEF ORGANIZERS (COs) OF
THE WORKING GROUPS FOR ACTION (WGsA)
IN ICME-9

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By Prof. Hiroshi Fujita, Chair of IPC -- 12 Feb. 1999
(IPC - International Program Committee)
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Chair's note: This list is to report the current state of appointments
of the COs of the WGsA. It is all right to announce this list to anyone
who is interested in ICME-9. The list, however, may be changed for
various reasons as the IPC proceeds towards finalizing the whole
program of ICME-9.

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WGA1: Mathematics Education in Pre- and Primary School

co-CO= Ann Anderson (Canada)
co-CO= Linda Sheffield (USA)

Liaison IPC member = Jerry Becker

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WGA2: Mathematics Education in Junior Secondary School

Nearly settled:

co-CO = Ferdinando Arzarello (Italy).
[to be confirmed - has accepted on a
condition to be checked later]
co-CO = Alwyn Olivier (South Africa)

Liaison IPC member = Julianna Szendrei

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WGA3: Mathematics Education in Senior Secondary School

co-CO = Abraham Arcavi (Israel)
co-CO = Mich\`el Artigue (France)

Liaison IPC member = Stephen Lerman

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WGA4: Mathematics Education in Two-Year Colleges and Other
Tertiary Institutions.

CO = Marilyn Mays (USA)

Liaison IPC member = Lee Peng Yee

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WGA5: Mathematics Education in Universities

co-CO = Lynn Steen (USA),
co-CO = Qixiao Ye (China).

Liaison IPC member = Gila Hanna

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WGA6: Adult and Life-long Education in Mathematics

CO = Ms. Gail FitzSimons (Australia).

Liaison IPC member = Heinz Steinbring

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WGA7: The Professional Pre- and In- service Education of Mathematics
Teachers.

[Not yet finalized]

co-CO = to be confirmed
co-CO = to be confirmed

Liaison IPC member = Tania Campos

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WGA8: Research ,Practice and Theory of Mathematics Education

Half-settled:
co-CO = Deborah Loewenberg Ball (USA)
co-CO = to be confirmed

Liaison IPC member = Nobuhiko Nohada

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WGA9: Communication and Language in Mathematics Education

CO = William (Bill) Barton (New Zealand)

Liaison IPC member = Tadao Nakahara

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WGA10: Assessment in Mathematics Education

CO = Ole Bjorkqvist (Finland)

Liaison IPC member = Gilah Leder

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WGA11: The Use of Technology in Mathematics Education
(Computers, Calculators, IT Media)

co-CO = Rolf Biehler (Germany)
co-CO = Barry Kissane (Australia)

Liaison IPC member = Claudi Alsina

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WGA12: The Social and Political Dimensions of Mathematics Education

co-CO = Christine Keitel (Germany),
co-CO = Gelsa Knijnik (Brazil)

Liaison IPC member = Cyril Julie

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WGA13: History and Culture in Mathematics Education

co-CO = Jan van Maanen (The Netherlands)
co-CO = Horng Wann Sheng (Taiwan - China)

Liaison IPC member = Mogens Niss

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Jerry P. Becker
Dept. of Curriculum & Instruction
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901-4610 USA
Fax: (618)453-4244
Phone: (618)453-4241 (office)
E-mail: jbecker@siu.edu





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