## Forgasz, Helen

# Invited Lectures from the 13th International Congress on Mathematical Education

**Table of contents**

1. Practice-Based Initial Teacher Education: Developing Inquiring Professionals*Glenda Anthony*

2. Mathematical Experiments—An Ideal First Step into Mathematics*Albrecht Beutelspacher*

3. Intersections of Culture, Language, and Mathematics Education: Looking Back and Looking Ahead*Marta Civil*

4. The Double Continuity of Algebra*Al Cuoco, William McCallum*

5. A Friendly Introduction to “Knowledge in Pieces”: Modeling Types of Knowledge and Their Roles in Learning*Andrea A. diSessa*

6. History of Mathematics, Mathematics Education, and the Liberal Arts*Michael N. Fried*

7. Knowledge and Action for Change Through Culture, Community and Curriculum*Linda Furuto*

8. The Impact and Challenges of Early Mathematics Intervention in an Australian Context*Ann Gervasoni*

9. Helping Teacher Educators in Institutions of Higher Learning to Prepare Prospective and Practicing Teachers to Teach Mathematics to Young Children*Herbert P. Ginsburg*

10. Hidden Connections and Double Meanings: A Mathematical Viewpoint of Affective and Cognitive Interactions in Learning*Inés M. Gómez-Chacón*

11. The Role of Algebra in School Mathematics*Liv Sissel Grønmo*

12. Storytelling for Tertiary Mathematics Students*Ansie Harding*

13. PME and the International Community of Mathematics Education*Rina Hershkowitz, Stefan Ufer*

14. ICMI 1966–2016: A Double Insiders’ View of the Latest Half Century of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction*Bernard R. Hodgson, Mogens Niss*

15. Formative Assessment in Inquiry-Based Elementary Mathematics*Alena Hošpesová*

16. Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers: Through the Lens of the Camera*Ronnie Karsenty*

17. Powering Knowledge Versus Pouring Facts*Petar S. Kenderov*

18. Mathematical Problem Solving in Choice-Affluent Environments*Boris Koichu*

19. Natural Differentiation—An Approach to Cope with Heterogeneity*Günter Krauthausen*

20. Changes in Attitudes Towards Textbook Task Modification Using Confrontation of Complexity in a Collaborative Inquiry: Two Case Studies*Kyeong-Hwa Lee*

21. How Can Cognitive Neuroscience Contribute to Mathematics Education? Bridging the Two Research Areas*Roza Leikin*

22. Themes in Mathematics Teacher Professional Learning Research in South Africa: A Review of the Period 2006–2015*Mdutshekelwa Ndlovu*

23. Pedagogies of Emergent Learning*Ricardo Nemirovsky*

24. Connecting Mathematics, Community, Culture and Place: Promise, Possibilities, and Problems*Cynthia Nicol*

25. Relevance of Learning Logical Analysis of Mathematical Statements*Judith Njomgang Ngansop*

26. Understanding and Visualizing Linear Transformations*Asuman Oktaç*

27. Mapping the Relationship Between Written and Enacted Curriculum: Examining Teachers’ Decision Making*Janine Remillard*

28. Building Bridges Between the Math Education and the Engineering Education Communities: A Dialogue Through Modelling and Simulation*Ruth Rodriguez Gallegos*

29. Constructing Dynamic Geometry: Insights from a Study of Teaching Practices in English Schools*Kenneth Ruthven*

30. Exploring the Contribution of Gestures to Mathematical Argumentation Processes from a Semiotic Perspective*Cristina Sabena*

31. Improving Mathematics Pedagogy Through Student/Teacher Valuing: Lessons from Five Continents*Wee Tiong Seah*

32. About Collaborative Work: Exploring the Functional World in a Computer-Enriched Environment*Carmen Sessa*

33. Re-centring the Individual in Participatory Accounts of Professional Identity*Jeppe Skott*

34. Enactive Metaphorising in the Learning of Mathematics*Jorge Soto-Andrade*

35. Number Sense in Elementary School Children: The Uses and Meanings Given to Numbers in Different Investigative Situations*Alina Galvão Spinillo*

36. Uncovering Chinese Pedagogy: Spiral Variation—The Unspoken Principle of Algebra Thinking Used to Develop Chinese Curriculum and Instruction of the “Two Basics”*Xuhua Sun*

37. Digital Pedagogy in Mathematical Learning*Yahya Tabesh*

38. Activity Theory in French Didactic Research*Fabrice Vandebrouck*

39. The Effect of a Video-Based Intervention on the Knowledge-Based Reasoning of Future Mathematics Teachers*Naďa Vondrová*

40. Popularization of Probability Theory and Statistics in School Through Intellectual Competitions*Ivan R. Vysotskiy*

41. Noticing in Pre-service Teacher Education: Research Lessons as a Context for Reflection on Learners’ Mathematical Reasoning and Sense-Making*Helena Wessels*

42. Dialogues on Numbers: Script-Writing as Approximation of Practice*Rina Zazkis*

43. Equity in Mathematics Education: What Did TIMSS and PISA Tell Us in the Last Two Decades?*Yan Zhu*

**Keywords:** Education, Mathematics Education, Learning & Instruction, Teaching and Teacher Education

- Editor
- Forgasz, Helen
- Graven, Mellony
- Kaiser, Gabriele
- Kuzniak, Alain
- Simmt, Elaine
- Xu, Binyan
- Publisher
- Springer
- Publication year
- 2018
- Language
- en
- Edition
- 1
- Series
- ICME-13 Monographs
- Page amount
- 10 pages
- Category
- Upbringing, Education
- Format
- Ebook
- eISBN (PDF)
- 9783319721705
- Printed ISBN
- 978-3-319-72169-9