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CERME11
Eleventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME11), in Utrecht, the Netherlands, from the 6th to 10th of February, 2019.
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CERME11 Feb 10
A very special performance by the ERME Choir:
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CERME11 Feb 10
Closing ceremony of is about to start in the Aula of the Academic Building.
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CERME11 Feb 9
Last day of starts with reports of alle groups and finally the closing ceremony in the Academic Building.
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YERME Feb 9
Great music for the gala dinner
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CERME11 Feb 8
On our tour in Leiden, we walk by the house where Descartes lived. We just visited
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CERME11 Feb 8
Third day of starts with the plenary of Sebastian Rezat: Extensions of number systems: continuities and discontinuities revisited. After that, we will have the 4th TWG session and then the conference tour programme.
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SOWISO Feb 7
Already had some inspiring talks with teachers at . We'll be here today as well to talk about , and !
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CERME11 Feb 7
The second plenary lecture is by Kathleen Clark : History and pedagogy of mathematics in mathematics education; history of the field, the potential of current examples, and directions for the future.
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CERME11 Feb 6
The first plenary lecture is by Paul Drijvers on embodied instrumentation: combining different views on using digital technology in mathematics education.
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YERME Feb 6
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CERME11 Feb 6
The Utrecht Student Choir and Orchestra sings at the opening ceremony.
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Niamh O'Meara Feb 6
Gorgeous setting for the opening to in the Dom Church Utrecht. Looking forward to the week ahead
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CERME11 Feb 6
We are about to start with the conference, in the Dom Church in Utrecht.
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CERME11 Feb 5
Today, the first day of YERME at took place at with 100 young researchers from all over Europe and the world with work and discussion groups led by , Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs, and Arthur Bakker
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CERME11 Jan 27
We are excited that more than 900 participants from all over the world will gather in Utrecht next week to participate in . The final programme-at-a-glance is available on the congress website .
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CERME11 Jan 7
Participants of the panel: Barbara Jaworski, Susanne Prediger, Paolo Boero, Simon Modeste, Tommy Dreyfus &Jana Žalská. Through you will also be able to follow the contributions (for more information see ). Thanks for your contributions! (3/3)
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CERME11 Jan 7
In preparation for the conference, we kindly ask you to send questions about ERME research, questions about ERME itself, and memories on ERME (anecdotes, narratives, pictures …). Please do this by using Twitter and end your tweet with . (2/3)
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CERME11 Jan 7
At CERME11 there will be an ERME Anniversary Panel. The general perspective of the Panel is to offer a reflection on ERME contribution to research in mathematics education (past and future), drawing in particular on the ERME book. (1/3)
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CERME11 Dec 10
A new excursion had been added to the program of . If you haven't signed up for one yet, you can choose from city walks in Utrecht or Leiden, beer tasting, visiting wind mills and now also the Hans Freudenthal event. Check out:
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CERME11 Nov 25
Registration for is now closed. We reached 850 participants in the beginning of last week. We now operate with a waiting list, with priority for people with papers or other responsibilities. The YERME-day is also full.
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