- Group Activities -
The aim of the group activities is to achieve the exchange of information and ideas related to the PME.
Conference participants will need to select which sessions they would prefer to attend and indicate this in their registration. Group activities take place during the parallel time allotments, and have limited space.
Research Forums (RF)
The goal of a Research Forum is to create dialogue and discussion, by offering PME members more elaborated presentations, reactions, and discussions on topics on which substantial research has been undertaken and which continue to hold the active interest of a large subgroup of PME. A Research Forum is not supposed to be a collection of presentations, but to convey an overview of an area of research, its main current questions and perspectives. Two 90-minute slots will be devoted to the Research Forum.
The following Research Forum has been approved by the International Program Committee of PME36:
RF-1: Conceptualizing and Developing Expertise in Mathematics Instruction.
Yeping Li, Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture College of Education and Human Development,
Texas A&M University.
Gabriele Kaiser, Faculty of Education, Psychology and Human Movement, University of Hamburg.
Gabriele Kaiser (Germany)
Berinderjeet Kaur (Singapore)
Roza Leikin (Israel)
Yeping Li (USA/China)
Pi-jen Lin (Taiwan)
JeongSuk Pang (South Korea)
João Pedro da Ponte (Portugal)
Ruhama Even (discussant)