Regular Lectures (RL)
  • Towards a National Mathematics Curriculum: Conforming, Reforming or Transforming?
    Merrilyn Goos, University of Limerick, Ireland, and The University of Queensland, Australia
  • Students’ Voice: Perspectives of How Their Teachers Facilitate Learning of Mathematics
    Berinderjeet Kaur, National Institute of
    Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
  • Characteristics of Organization of the Courses of Study and Guidebooks for Mathematics in Japan
    Masataka Koyama, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • The Implementation of Teacher Professional Development Program in Indonesia
    Yaya S. Kusumah, Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Indonesia
  • Mathematics Learning Through Arts, Technology and Robotics: Multi- and Transdiscpilinary Steam Approaches
    Zsolt Lavicza, Johannes Kepler University, Austria
  • Perspectives Needed to Examine the Quality of a Structured Problem-Solving Lesson for Teachers’ Professional Development
    Masakazu Okazaki, Okayama University, Japan
  • A Cultural-Historical Approach to Teaching and Learning: The theory of objectification
    Luis Radford, Université Laurentienne, Canada
  • Democratising School Mathematics: For Equity and Justice
    Anita Rampal, University of Delhi, India
  • Comparing Solution Strategies to Promote Algebra Learning and Flexibility
    Bethany Rittle-Johnson, Vanderbilt University, USA
  • Good, Bad & Evil Mathematics - Tales of Totals, Numbers & Fractions
    Allan Tarp,, Denmark
  • Flashing Back and Looking Ahead – Didactical Implications for the Flexible Use of Technologies in the Digital Age
    Hans-Georg Weigand, University of Wuerzburg, Germany
  • Eye Movements as Reflections of Cognitive Processes in Mathematics
    Chao-Jung Wu, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan