Scientific Program > Invited speakers

Plenary lectures


 Paul Andrews

 Department of Mathematics and Science Education, Stockholm University (Sweden)

 Reflections on Tamás Varga and an intellectually honest mathematics for all


Mariolina.jpeg Mariolina Bartolini-Bussi

 Department of Education and Humanities, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy)

 Semiotic mediation and cultural artefacts in the mathematics classroom


Borovcnik_kisebb.jpg Manfred Borovcnik

 Institute of Statistics, University of Klagenfurt (Austria)

 Many paths lead to statistical inference – should teaching it focus on elementary approaches or   reflect this multiplicity?


Viviane.jpeg Viviane Durand-Guerrier

 Department of Mathematics, University of Montpellier (France)

 Some logical issues in algorithmic thinking and discrete mathematics


Gosztonyi_Kata.jpg Katalin Gosztonyi

 Mathematics Teaching and Education Centre, Institute of Mathematics, Eötvös Loránd University of   Budapest (Hungary)

 Tamás Varga’s reform movement and the Hungarian “Guided Discovery” approach


Panel discussion

Inquiry Based Mathematics Education and the development of learning trajectories

Marianna_Bosch.png Marianna Bosch

 IQS School of Management, Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona (Spain)



Michiel_Doorman_3.jpg Michiel Doorman

 Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University (Netherland)



Juhasz_Peti.png Péter Juhász

 Alfred Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences

 Szent István High School (Hungary)


Ladislav_Kvasz.jpg Ladislav Kvasz

 Department of Mathematics Education, Pedagogical Faculty, Charles University in Prague

 Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)


Maass_Katja_Businessportraits_18.jpg Katja Maaß

 International Centre for STEM Education, University of Education Freiburg (Germany)




CoordinatorMichèle Artigue, Laboratoire de Didactique André Revuz, Paris Diderot University (France)



Satellite event

(5th November 5PM, Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics, Reáltanoda street 13-15, 1053, Budapest)

Prediger_susanne_foto.jpg Open lecture of Susanne Prediger (Technische Universität Dortmund, Germany), president of the   European Society for Research in Mathematics Education.

 How can we support students to grasp mathematical structures?
 Insights into design research in mathematics education

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