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MADIF 11

Welcome to Madif 11, the eleventh research seminar of the Swedish Society for Research in Mathematics Education in Karlstad January 23–24, 2018

The theme of the seminar is
Perspectives on professional development of mathematics teachers

Registration online (open until January 14, 2018)

All researchers, teachers, teacher educators and others with an interest in Mathematics Education are welcome!

The seminar is timed to occur directly before Matematikbiennalen 2018.

 


Innehåll


Program

Invited speakers

  • JeongSuk Pang, Korea National University of Education
  • Peter Liljedahl, Simon Fraser University

Paper presentations

Short communications

Symposia

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Program (preliminary) for MADIF 11

Tuesday January 23
kl. 18:00 – Registration, Scandic City, Drottninggatan 4
kl. 19:00 – Welcome dinner, Scandic City, Drottninggatan 4, Map

Wednesday January 24

Karlstad UniversityMap, Building 12 
The University is located 6 km from central Karlstad. Busses run from Stora Torget every 10 minutes. Bus no 1 (direct), 2 and 3 will take you there.
Tickets can be bought in automats or via an app. For info se Karlstadsbuss

TimeActivityParticipantsRoom
08:30–09.00RegistrationFoyer Building 12
09:00–10.00Welcome to Madif11
Plenary 1
JeungSuk Pang
Development of elementary teacher classroom expertise: issues and challenges
Geijersalen
10:00–10.30Coffe break
10:30–11.15Presentations 1Paper: 010 Mette Susanne Andresen
Paper: 002 Kajsa Bråting et al.
Paper: 026 Leslie Jiménez et al.
Paper: 015 Lotta Wedman
Short: SH 001 Kristina Juter et al. + SH 002 Kristina Juter et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
11:15–11.20Transfer break
11:20–12.05Presentations 2 Paper: 013 Camilla Björklund et al.
Paper: 025 Abdel Seidouvy et al.
Paper: 004 Jannika Lindvall
Paper: 018 Anette Bagger et al.
Short: SH 004 Fritjof Theens et al. + SH 008 Jenny Hellgren at al.
12 A 226
12B257
12B258
11C269
11C270
12:05–13.05Lunch
13:05–13.50Presentations 3Paper: 008 Anna-Lena Ekdahl
Paper: 021 Karolina Muhrman et al.
Paper: 016 Magnus Österholm
Paper: 019 Jan Olsson et al.
Short: SH 009 Florenda Gallos Cronberg et al. + SH 006 Lena Knutsson
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
13:50–14.00Transfer break
14:00–14.55Plenary 2Peter Liljedahl
What teachers want from professional development
Geijersalen
14:55–15.25Coffe break
15:25–16.25Presentations 4Symposium: SY 001 Nils Buchholz et al.
Paper: 011 Jöran Petersson et al.
Paper: 024 Cecilia Kihlhamn et al.
Short: SH 011 Olov Viirman et al. + SH 003 Helena Johansson et al. + SH 007 Malin Norberg
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
16:25–16.30Transfer break
16:30–17.15Presentations 5Paper: 022 Peter Frejd et al.
Paper: 005 Linda Marie Ahl et al.
Paper: 007 Olaf Knapp
Paper: 012 Yvonne Liljekvist et al.
Short: SH 010 Helena Eriksson + SH 005 Rimma Nyman et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
17:15–17.20Transfer break
17:20–Annual meeting SMDF Geijersalen

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Call for papers

Participants at the seminar are invited to submit research papers for presentation and discussion. The main language of Madif-11 is English, but papers written in Swedish are also welcome. Papers on all areas of mathematics education research are welcome. Contributions directly related to the seminar theme will be placed in a specific strand in the program. This year, we particularly welcome theoretical and methodological papers and papers that retrospectively or progressively outline research programs. Each accepted contribution will be given a 45 minutes in parallel sessions – including time for discussant and general discussion.

Submission of papers

The paper is to be sent to the chair of the program committee no later than October 10, 2017 (the e-mail address is given below). Please note that the paper has to be submitted as a Word file to be accepted and be no more than ten pages A4. An anonymized version of the paper should also be submitted. In this version author names, references by the authors and other details that could identify the author are removed. Papers should be written in the template and follow the guidelines; see links below.

Review process of papers

Submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two other researchers through a double blind peer review. Authors are expected to participate in the review process by reviewing other contributions. The review is intended to be constructive, i.e. the assessment shall also be supplemented with any suggestions for improvement of the paper.

Decisions about paper acceptance are made by the program committee. Authors will be notified by December 1, 2017 if their contribution is accepted or not for presentation at the conference. At the same time, a review report will be sent, indicating what changes are needed for the manuscript to be published in the conference proceedings.

A revised version must be submitted no later than January 4, 2018. If the program committee find that the contribution needs further work to meet the requirements described in the review report then an updated paper must be submitted to the program committee by March 1, 2018. Contributions that fail to reach a satisfactory level will not be published in the conference proceedings.

Call for discussant

At each paper presentation, a specially appointed person (known as a discussant) will chair the session and initiate a discussion by presenting a short response to the paper. If you are interested in being a discussant, please contact the program chair no later than December 13, 2017.

Call for short presentations

At Madif-11, there is also the opportunity to provide a short communication. In a short communication you can present and discuss parts of projects or on-going research. The research component must be clear in the proposal. The proposal should contain a short summary of the contribution of no more than two pages A4 and must follow the guidelines: see below. During the presentation at Madif-11, the author may provide a hard-copy of a longer version of the proposal to interested participants. Each accepted short communication will be allocated 20 or 30 minutes (including time for discussion) in the program, depending on the total number of contributions, in parallel sessions.

Submission of short communications

A short communication, no longer than two pages A4 is to be send to the chair of the program committee no later than October 10, 2017 (e-mail address is provided below). Please note that the paper has to be submitted as a Word file to be accepted.

Review process of short communications

Decisions about short communication acceptance are made by the program committee. Authors will be notified by December 1, 2017 if their contribution is accepted or not for presentation at the conference. Short presentations will be published in the conference proceedings with only the title and abstract.

Call for symposium

Participants in the seminar can propose a symposium. Groups of three can decide to hand in their papers together around a common theme, and propose a moderator amongst them. A symposium will be given 60 or 90 minutes in parallel sessions in the program (including time for discussion).

Submission for symposium

A symposium submission should contain a description of the proposed theme (maximum two pages A4) and the abstracts from the three papers (250 words per paper). The submission has to be handed in before October 10, 2017. The abstracts should contain the following: aims of the research, theoretical framework, methodology, main results and implications. Please note that the symposium submission has to be submitted as a Word file using the madif-10 template (see below) to be accepted.

Review of symposium

After the symposium, the participants are offered the opportunity to hand in a common paper for publication in the conference proceedings, to be reviewed by a least two other researchers. The paper should be handed in no later than March 1, 2018 and should not be longer than ten pages A4 following the guidelines: see below.

Guidelines

Guidelines for reports can be downloaded here

The template can be downloaded here (word)

All submissions to Madif-11 should be sent to: johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se

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Practical information

Place/venue: Karlstad University

Time
Registration is open.

Conferensfee
Presenter or Ehibitor at Matematikbiennalen: 1400 SEK
Doctoral student (min. 50%): 850 SEK
Fully paying participant at Matematikbiennalen (not presenting): 850 SEK
Non participant at Matematikbiennalen: 1400 SEK
Dinner at Terrassen: 500 SEK
SMDF membership 2 years (2018 and 2019) (decision at annual meeting): 300 SEK

Language
The main language of the seminar will be English. Contributions written in Swedish or another Scandinavian language is also welcome; these sessions might be conducted in Swedish / Scandinavian.

Documentation
A seminar documentation will be published in the autumn of 2018 (included in the conference fee).

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Program committee

Johan Häggström, NCM, Gothenburg university (chair) – johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se
Jonas Bergman Ärlebäck, Linköping university – jonas.bergman.arleback@liu.se
Maria Fahlgren, Karlstad university – maria.fahlgren@kau.se
Maria Johansson, Luleå university of technology – maria.l.johansson@ltu.se
Oduor Olande, Linnæus university – oduor.olande@lnu.se
Yvonne Liljekvist, Karlstad university – yvonne.liljekvist@kau.se

Local organisation

Mats Brunström – mats.brunstrom@kau.se
Yvonne Liljekvist – yvonne.liljekvist@kau.se

Contact

Questions about the program
Johan Häggström – johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se

Questions about the local organisation
Yvonne Liljekvist – yvonne.liljekvist@kau.se

SMDF website
Matematikbiennalen 2018

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MADIF 10

Welcome to Madif 10, the tenth research seminar of the Swedish Society for Research in Mathematics Education in Karlstad January 26–27, 2016!

The theme of the seminar is
ICT in mathematics education: the future and the realities

Registration online

All researchers, teachers, teacher educators and others with an interest in Mathematics Education are welcome!

The seminar is timed to occur directly before Matematikbiennalen 2016.

 


Innehåll


Program

Invited speakers

  • Kaye Stacey, University of Melbourne – Researching the use of ICT to teach mathematics – the case of mathematically able software
  • Kenneth Ruthven, University of Cambridge – Digital computational tools in school mathematics: ecological, epistemological and existential challenges

Paper presentations

  • Birgit Gustafsson – Swedish students in upper secondary school solving algebra tasks – What obstacles can be observed? [draft, rev 1] (Discussant Cecilia Kilhamn)
  • Christina Bauck Jensen – Ways of constructing competence. The cases of ”mathematics” and ” building and konstruktion” [draft, rev 1] (Discussant Johan Prytz)
  • Hanna Palmér & Jorryt van Bommel – Exploring the role of representations when young children solve a combinatorial task [draft] (Discussant Anna Wernberg)
  • Jannika Lindvall – Large-scale professional development and its impact on mathematics instruction: Differences between primary and secondary grades [draft, rev 1] (Discussant Thomas Lingefjärd.)
  • Lisa Björklund Boistrup & Inge Henningsen – What can a re-analysis of PIAAC data tell us about adults and mathematics in working life?  [draft] (Discussant Anette Jahnke)
  • Mats Brunström & Maria Fahlgren – Orchestration of mathematical discussions drawing on students’ computer-based work. [draft, rev 1] (Discussant Olov Viirman)
  • Ola Helenius & Hanna Palmér – Student teachersvisions of good mathematics teaching and its (dis)connection to practice [draft, rev 1] (Discussant Arne Engström)
  • Petra Svensson Källberg – Learning mathematics: hope and despair [draft, rev 1]
    (Discussant Anette Bagger)
  • Robert Gunnarsson, Anna-Lena Ekdahl, Josefine Landén & Jenny Tegnefur – Students’ strategies to continue geometric number sequences [draft, rev 1]
    (Discussant Judy Sayers)

Short communications

  • Alexandra Hjelte – Conceptualizing mathematical reasoning – a litterature review [draft]
  • Andreas Eckert – Teaching mathematics as contribution to integration [draft]
  • Anneli Dyrvold – A framework for mathematics task text analysis – focusing on cohesion between natural language, mathematical notation and images [draft]
  • Anette Bagger – The discourse regarding the multilingual pupil in need of support in test-instructions [draft]
  • Cris Edmonds-Wathen, Ewa Bergqvist & Magnus Österholm – Framework of linguistic properties to compare mathematics tasks in different languages [draft]
  • Djamshid Farahani – A mathematical representation of the heart  [draft]
  • Ewa Bergqvist, Frithjof Theens & Magnus Österholm – Linguistic properties of PISA mathematics tasks in different languages [draft]
  • Helena Grundén – Educational planning in mathematics as a part of macro-sociological structures [draft]
  • Helena Roos – Discourse analysis as a theory and tool investigating inclusion in mathematics [draft]
  • Ingemar Karlsson – Samhällets olycksbarn – en studie av elever med låga prestationer i matematik [draft]
  • Johan Prytz – Mot en förklaring av den Nya matematikens framgång och misslyckande i Sverige [draft]
  • Jöran Petersson – Students determining the median for different data sets: a spectrum of responses [draft]
  • Lena Heikka – Mathematics teachers’ communication about educational goals – a comparison between students’ beliefs, teachers’ descriptions and teaching [draft]
  • Marcus Sundhäll, Frida Wetterstrand, Per Nilsson & Christian Lundahl – Nationella prov i matematik: stöd vid betygssättning? [draft]
  • Olov Viirman, Simon Goodchild & Yuriy Rogovchenko – Using mathematical modelling activities to motivate biology students to learn mathematics [draft]

Symposia

  • Elisabet Mellroth, Jan Olsson & Yvonne Liljekvist
    Conceptualizing a local instructional theory in design research [draft] (Moderator Jesper Boesen)
  • Per Nilsson, Maike Schindler & Abdel Seidou
    Inferentialism – a social pragmatic perspective on conceptual teaching and understanding in mathematics [draft] (Moderator Johan Häggström)
  • Torulf Palm, Catarina Andersson, Erika Boström & Charlotta Vingsle
    A research program for studying the development and impact of formative assessment [draft] (Moderator Ewa Bergqvist)

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Program (preliminary) for MADIF 10

Tuesday January 26
Kl.18:30 – Registration, Elite stadshotell
kl. 19:00 – Welcome dinner, Elite stadshotell

Wednesday January 27

Karlstad UniversityBuilding 12 

TimeActivityParticipantsRoom
08:30–09.00RegistrationFoyer Building 12
09:00–10.00Welcome to Madif11
Plenary 1
JeungSuk Pang
Development of elementary teacher classroom expertise: issues and challenges
Geijersalen
10:00–10.30Coffe break
10:30–11.15Presentations 1Paper: 010 Mette Susanne Andresen
Paper: 002 Kajsa Bråting et al.
Paper: 026 Leslie Jiménez et al.
Paper: 015 Lotta Wedman
Short: SH 001 Kristina Juter et al. + SH 002 Kristina Juter et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
11:15–11.20Transfer break
11:20–12.05Presentations 2 Paper: 013 Camilla Björklund et al.
Paper: 025 Abdel Seidouvy et al.
Paper: 004 Jannika Lindvall
Paper: 018 Anette Bagger et al.
Short: SH 004 Fritjof Theens et al. + SH 008 Jenny Hellgren at al.
12 A 226
12B257
12B258
11C269
11C270
12:05–13.05Lunch
13:05–13.50Presentations 3Paper: 008 Anna-Lena Ekdahl
Paper: 021 Karolina Muhrman et al.
Paper: 016 Magnus Österholm
Paper: 019 Jan Olsson et al.
Short: SH 009 Florenda Gallos Cronberg et al. + SH 006 Lena Knutsson
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
13:50–14.00Transfer break
14:00–14.55Plenary 2Peter Liljedahl
What teachers want from professional development
Geijersalen
14:55–15.25Coffe break
15:25–16.25Presentations 4Symposium: SY 001 Nils Buchholz et al.
Paper: 011 Jöran Petersson et al.
Paper: 024 Cecilia Kihlhamn et al.
Short: SH 011 Olov Viirman et al. + SH 003 Helena Johansson et al. + SH 007 Malin Norberg
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
16:25–16.30Transfer break
16:30–17.15Presentations 5Paper: 022 Peter Frejd et al.
Paper: 005 Linda Marie Ahl et al.
Paper: 007 Olaf Knapp
Paper: 012 Yvonne Liljekvist et al.
Short: SH 010 Helena Eriksson + SH 005 Rimma Nyman et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
17:15–17.20Transfer break
17:20–Annual meeting SMDF Geijersalen

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Call for papers

Participants at the seminar are invited to submit research papers for presentation and discussion. The main language of Madif10 is English, but papers written in Swedish are also welcome. Papers on all areas of mathematics education research are welcome. Contributions directly related to the seminar theme will be placed in a specific strand in the program. This year, we particularly welcome theoretical and methodological papers and papers that retrospectively or progressively outline research programs. Each accepted contribution will be given a 45 minutes in parallel sessions – including time for discussant and general discussion.

Submission of papers

The paper is to be sent to the chair of the program committee no later than October 13, 2015 (the e-mail address is given below). Please note that the paper has to be submitted as a Word file to be accepted and be no more than ten pages A4. An anonymized version of the paper should also be submitted. In this version author names, references by the authors and other details that could identify the author are removed. Papers should be written in the template and follow the guidelines; see links below.

Review process of papers

Submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two other researchers through a double blind peer review. Authors are expected to participate in the review process by reviewing other contributions. The review is intended to be constructive, i.e. the assessment shall also be supplemented with any suggestions for improvement of the paper.

Decisions about paper acceptance are made by the program committee. Authors will be notified by December 1, 2015 if their contribution is accepted or not for presentation at the conference. At the same time, a review report will be sent, indicating what changes are needed for the manuscript to be published in the conference proceedings.

A revised version must be submitted no later than January 4, 2016. If the program committee find that the contribution needs further work to meet the requirements described in the review report then an updated paper must be submitted to the program committee by March 1, 2016. Contributions that fail to reach a satisfactory level will not be published in the conference proceedings.

Call for discussant

At each paper presentation, a specially appointed person (known as a discussant) will chair the session and initiate a discussion by presenting a short response to the paper. If you are interested in being a discussant, please contact the program chair no later than December 15, 2015.

Call for short presentations

At Madif10, there is also the opportunity to provide a short communication. In a short communication you can present and discuss parts of projects or ongoing research. The research component must be clear in the proposal. The proposal should contain a short summary of the contribution of no more than two pages A4 and must follow the guidelines: see below. During the presentation at Madif10, the author may provide a hard-copy of a longer version of the proposal to interested participants. Each accepted short communication will be allocated 20 or 30 minutes (including time for discussion) in the program, depending on the total number of contributions, in parallel sessions.

Submission of short communications

A short communication, no longer than two pages A4 is to be send to the chair of the program committee no later than October 13, 2015 (e-mail address is provided below). Please note that the paper has to be submitted as a Word file to be accepted.

Review process of short communications

Decisions about short communication acceptance are made by the program committee. Authors will be notified by December 1, 2015 if their contribution is accepted or not for presentation at the conference. Short presentations will be published in the conference proceedings with only the title and abstract.

NEW! Call for symposium

Participants in the seminar can propose a symposium. Groups of three can decide to hand in their papers together around a common theme, and propose a moderator amongst them. A symposium will be given 90 minutes in parallel sessions in the program (including time for discussion).

Submission for symposium

A symposium submission should contain a description of the proposed theme (maximum two pages A4) and the abstracts from the three papers (250 words per paper). The submission has to be handed in before October 13, 2015. The abstracts should contain the following: aims of the research, theoretical framework, methodology, main results and implications. Please note that the symposium submission has to be submitted as a Word file using the madif10 template (see below) to be accepted.

Review of symposium

After the symposium, the participants are offered the opportunity to hand in a common paper for publication in the conference proceedings, to be reviewed by a least two other researchers. The paper should be handed in no later than March 1, 2016 and should not be longer than ten pages A4 following the guidelines: see below.

Guidelines

Guidelines for reports can be downloaded here

The template can be downloaded here or here (word)

All submissions to Madif10 should be sent to: johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se

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Practical information

Place/venue: Karlstad university

Time
Registration can be done from 18:30 Tuesday January 26, in connection with the Welcome dinner, and from 8.30  Wednesday, January 27 (before the initial plenarspeach at 9.00) adjacent to the entrance to Geijersalen (map). The conference ends at 17.20.

The Welcome dinner is 19.00, Tuesday January 26, at, Elite stadshotell in Karlstad

Conferensfee
See Registration online

Language
The main language of the seminar will be English. Contributions written in Swedish or another Scandinavian language is also welcome; these sessions might be conducted in Swedish / Scandinavian.

Documentation
A seminar documentation will be published in the autumn of 2016 (included in the conference fee).

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Program committee

Johan Häggström, NCM, Gothenburg university (chair) – johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se
Eva Norén, Stockholm university – eva.noren@mnd.su.se
Jorryt van Bommel, Karlstad university – jorryt.vanbommel@kau.se
Judy Sayers, Stockholm university – judy.sayers@mnd.su.se
Ola Helenius, NCM, Gothenburg university – ola.helenius@ncm.gu.se
Yvonne Liljekvist, Karlstad university – yvonne.liljekvist@kau.se

Local organisation

Arne Engström – arne.engstrom@kau.se
Jorryt van Bommel – jorryt.vanbommel@kau.se
Yvonne Liljekvist – yvonne.liljekvist@kau.se

Contact

Questions about the program
Johan Häggström – johan.haggstrom@ncm.gu.se

Questions about the local organisation
Jorryt van Bommel – jorryt.vanbommel@kau.se

SMDF website
Matematikbiennalen 2016

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MADIF – 10

Välkommen till det tionde MATEMATIKDIDAKTISKA FORSKNINGSSEMINARIET med SMDF i Karlstad den 4-5 februari 2015!

Information in English

Temat för årets seminarium är
Development of mathematics teaching: Design, Scale, Effects

Alla forskare och övriga forskningsintresserade inom det matematikdidaktiska området, lärare och lärarutbildare och andra med intresse för matematikens didaktik är varmt välkomna!

Seminariets arrangeras i direkt anslutning till Matematikbiennalen 2016


Innehåll


Program

Inbjudna föreläsare

  • A
  • B
  • C

Presentation och diskussion av forskningsrapporter (papers)

  • A
  • B
  • C

Korta presentationer (short communications)

  • A
  • B
  • C

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Tidsprogram (preliminärt) för MADIF 10

Tisdag 4 februari
Kl.18:30 – Registrering, Kårhuset, ingång Aula Nordica
kl. 19:00 – Väkomstdrink och välkomstmiddag, Kårhuset, ingång Aula Nordica

Onsdag 5 februari

TimeActivityParticipantsRoom
08:30–09.00RegistrationFoyer Building 12
09:00–10.00Welcome to Madif11
Plenary 1
JeungSuk Pang
Development of elementary teacher classroom expertise: issues and challenges
Geijersalen
10:00–10.30Coffe break
10:30–11.15Presentations 1Paper: 010 Mette Susanne Andresen
Paper: 002 Kajsa Bråting et al.
Paper: 026 Leslie Jiménez et al.
Paper: 015 Lotta Wedman
Short: SH 001 Kristina Juter et al. + SH 002 Kristina Juter et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
11:15–11.20Transfer break
11:20–12.05Presentations 2 Paper: 013 Camilla Björklund et al.
Paper: 025 Abdel Seidouvy et al.
Paper: 004 Jannika Lindvall
Paper: 018 Anette Bagger et al.
Short: SH 004 Fritjof Theens et al. + SH 008 Jenny Hellgren at al.
12 A 226
12B257
12B258
11C269
11C270
12:05–13.05Lunch
13:05–13.50Presentations 3Paper: 008 Anna-Lena Ekdahl
Paper: 021 Karolina Muhrman et al.
Paper: 016 Magnus Österholm
Paper: 019 Jan Olsson et al.
Short: SH 009 Florenda Gallos Cronberg et al. + SH 006 Lena Knutsson
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
13:50–14.00Transfer break
14:00–14.55Plenary 2Peter Liljedahl
What teachers want from professional development
Geijersalen
14:55–15.25Coffe break
15:25–16.25Presentations 4Symposium: SY 001 Nils Buchholz et al.
Paper: 011 Jöran Petersson et al.
Paper: 024 Cecilia Kihlhamn et al.
Short: SH 011 Olov Viirman et al. + SH 003 Helena Johansson et al. + SH 007 Malin Norberg
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
16:25–16.30Transfer break
16:30–17.15Presentations 5Paper: 022 Peter Frejd et al.
Paper: 005 Linda Marie Ahl et al.
Paper: 007 Olaf Knapp
Paper: 012 Yvonne Liljekvist et al.
Short: SH 010 Helena Eriksson + SH 005 Rimma Nyman et al.
12 A 226
12 B 257
12 B 258
11 C 269
11 C 270
17:15–17.20Transfer break
17:20–Annual meeting SMDF Geijersalen

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Forskningsrapporter (Call for papers)

Deltagare vid seminariet inbjuds att sända in forskningsrapporter för presentation och diskussion vid seminariet. Huvudspråket på Madif9 är engelska men rapporter skrivna på svenska är också välkomna. Alla bidrag av intresse för matematikdidaktisk forskning är välkomna. Bidrag med direkt koppling till seminariets tema kommer att läggas i ett särskilt stråk i programmet. Varje accepterat bidrag ges ett utrymme om preliminärt 45 minuter (inklusive tid för diskutant och allmän diskussion) inom programmet i parallella seminarier (‘arbetspass’).

En första version av rapporten på högst 10 A4-sidor (enligt formatmallen som laddas ner här: madif9 (dotx), eller som wordfil här: madif9 (docx); observera att bidrag måste vara skrivna i detta format och skickas som en wordfil för att kunna accepteras) ska vara programkommittén tillhanda senast den 1 november 2013 (för epostadresser se nedan, skicka t.ex. till ordförande i programkommittén).

Artikeln skall också skickas in i en avidentifierad kopia, där författarnamn, referenser till författare och övriga detaljer som kan identifiera författaren är borttagna. Artiklar bör följa de riktlinjer som finns här.

Inskickade forskningsrapporter kommer att granskas av minst två andra forskare genom så kallad double blind peer review. Personer som skickar in bidrag förväntas delta i review-processen genom att granska ett eller två andra bidrag. Granskningen är avsedd att vara konstruktivt positiv, dvs bedömningen ska också kompletteras med eventuella förslag till förbättringar av rapporten.

Beslut om bidrag accepteras fattas av programkommittén. 1 december lämnas besked om huruvida bidraget accepteras för presentation på konferensen. Samtidigt skickas en redaktörsrapport som indikerar vilka förändringar manuskriptet behöver genomgå för att publiceras i konferensrapporten. En reviderad version ska vara inskickad senast 10 januari.

Om programkommittén bedömmer att bidraget behöver ytterligare arbete för att motsvara de krav som ställts i den tidigare redaktörsrapporten så lämnas en ny rapport och ett uppdaterat bidrag skall vara programkommittén tillhanda senast 1 mars 2014. Bidrag som inte heller efter en andra revision bedöms uppfylla kraven kommer inte att publiceras i konferensdokumentationen.

Diskutanter

Vid varje paperseminarium kommer en särskilt utsedd person (en så kallad diskutant) att inleda diskussionen. Är du intresserad av att vara diskutant kontakta programkommitténs ordförande senast 15 december 2013.

Korta presentationer
Vid madif9 ges också möjlighet att bidra med en kort presentation (‘short communication’). Detta format erbjuder en möjlighet att presentera och diskutera t.ex. delar av projekt eller pågående forskningsarbete. Forskningskomponenten måste tydligt framgå i bidraget. En sammanfattning av bidraget på högst 2 A4-sidor (enligt formatmallen som laddas ner här: madif9 (dotx), eller som wordfil här: madif9 (docx); observera att bidrag måste vara skrivna i detta format och skickas som en wordfil för att kunna accepteras) ska vara programkommittén tillhanda senast den 1 november 2013 (för epostadresser se nedan, skicka t.ex. till ordförande i programkommittén).

Beslut om bidrag accepteras fattas av programkommittén, som lämnar meddelande om bidraget accepteras senast den 1 december 2013. Till presentationen vid madif9 kan författaren (om han/hon så önskar) ta med en längre version av bidraget för intresserade deltagare. Varje accepterat bidrag ges ett utrymme i programmet om 20 eller 30 minuter (inklusive tid för diskussion), beroende på det totala antalet bidrag, i parallella seminarier (‘arbetspass’). Korta presentationer kommer att publiceras i konferensrapporten med endast titel och abstract.

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Praktisk information

Plats: Umeå universitet, Naturvetarhuset (se karta), salar: se program ovan

Tid: Registrering kan göras från tisdag 4 februari kl. 18.30, i samband med välkomstmiddagen, samt från 8.30 (före den inledande plenarföreläsningen kl. 9.30) onsdag den 5 februari i anslutning till entrén till Aula Nordica (se karta). Konferensen avslutas ca. kl 17.

Information om tid och plats för välkomstmiddagen kommer senare.

Konferensavgift: 1300 SEK (inkl. moms) med 500 SEK rabatt för forskarstuderande (till minst 50%) samt fullt betalande konferensdeltagare på Matematikbiennalen 2014. Avgiften inkluderar konferensmaterial, lunch, kaffe, samt konferensdokumentation. Endast medlemmar i SMDF kan delta i konferensen. Medlemsavgift för 2014 kan erläggas i samband med anmälan. Tillägg för välkomstmiddagen den 4 februari är 300 SEK (inkl. moms). Anmälan görs online. Där kan ni också boka boende.

Språk: Huvudspråket på seminariet kommer att vara engelska. Bidrag skrivna på svenska eller annat skandinaviskt språk är också välkomna; sessionen kommer då att genomföras på svenska/skandinaviska.

Dokumentation: En dokumentation från seminariet kommer att publiceras under hösten 2014 (ingår i konferensavgiften)

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Programkommitté

Ola Helenius, NCM, Göteborgs universitet (ordf) – ola.helenius@ncm.gu.se
Arne Engström, Karlstad – arne.engstrom@kau.se
Tamsin Meaney, Malmö – tamsin.meaney@mah.se
Per Nilsson, Växjö/Örebro – per.g.nilsson@lnu.se
Eva Norén, Stockholm – eva.noren@mnd.su.se
Judy Sayers, Stockholm – judy.sayers@mnd.su.se
Magnus Österholm, Umeå – magnus.osterholm@umu.se

Lokal organisation

Tomas Bergqvist, Umeå tomas.bergqvist@educ.umu.se

Kontakta någon av oss för eventuella frågor!

Kontaktadresser

Frågor om programmet
Ola Helenius – ola.helenius@ncm.gu.se – 0709-589384

Frågor om den lokala organisationen
Tomas Bergqvist – tomas.bergqvist@educ.umu.se – 090-7866519

• Till SMDF:s hemsida
• Till hemsidan för Matematikbiennalen 2016

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Kangourou Sans Frontières – photographs

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Here are some pictures from the first conference day. Click on the first miniature picture and browse with the arrow keys. If you would like to display some of your conference pictures here please send them to dippe [at] ncm.gu.se.