International Panel: Bridging Policy and Practice
A Focus on Teacher Preparation

Appendix B

International Panel:
Bridging Policy and Practice

2002 Participants

Sudhakar Agarkar
Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Maharashtra, India
Jean Michel Hanna
French Center for Culture and
Cooperation in Cairo
Cairo, Egypt
Linda Antinone
Paschal High School
Ft Worth, TX USA
Yoshihiko Hashimoto
Yokohama National University
Yokohama, Japan
Antoine Bodin
Université de Franche Comte IREM
Besancon, France
Toshikazu Ikeda
Yokohama National University
Yokohama, Japan
Gerd Brandell
Lund University
Lund, Sweden
Romulo Lins
State University at Rio Claro
Rio Claro, Brazil
Gail Burrill
National Research Council
Washington DC USA
Johnny Lott
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Missoula, MT, USA
Viviane Durand-Guerrier
Institut Universitaire de Formation des Ma”tres
Lyon, France
Fayez Mina
Ain Shams University
Cairo, Egypt
Joan Ferrini-Mundy
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI USA
Beatrice N. Shikuku
Booker Academy
Mumias, Kenya
Carlos Alberto Francisco
State School Secondary Joaquim Ribeiro
Rio Claro, Brazil
Shailesh Shirali
Rishi Valley School
Rishi Valley, India
Susanne Gennow
Danderyds Gymnasium
Danderyd, Sweden
 

Staff
Jean Beland
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI, USA

Glenda Breaux
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI, USA

Nancy DeMello
University of Utah
Salt Lake City UT, USA

Catherine Giesbrecht
Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, NJ, USA

Guests

Herbert Clemens
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT USA

Rachel Gray
Institute for Advanced Study
Princeton, NJ, USA

Elaine Wolfensohn
The World Bank
Washington DC USA

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