CERME 4
 Fourth Congress of the 
European Society for Research in Mathematics Education
17 - 21 February 2005 in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain
YERME day: 16- 17 February
WORKING GROUPS  CO-ORDINATORS

Group 1 
The role of metaphors and images in the learning and understanding of mathematics
- This includes embodied cognition

Bernard Parzysz (F), Moisés Coriat (E), Maciej Klakla (PL), Angela Pesci (I).

List of accepted papers for group 1

Group 2 
Affect and mathematical thinking
- This includes the role of beliefs, emotions, and other affective factors

Markku Hannula (Fi), Wolfgang Schloeglmann (A), George Philippou (CY), Inés Gómez Chacón (E).  

List of accepted papers for group 2

 

Group 3 
Building structures in mathematical knowledge
- This includes the way pupils construct mathematical concepts and schemes and develop thinking strategies

Milan Hejni (CZ), Graham H. Littler (UK), Ladislav Kvasz (SK), Dvora Perez (IL)

 

 

List of accepted papers for group 3

 

Group 4
Argumentation and proof
- This includes epistemological and historical studies, learning issues and classroom situations

Maria Marriotti (I), Christine Knipping (D), Dietmar Küchemann (UK), Kirsti Nordstrom (S) 

List of accepted papers for group 4

Group 5
Stochastic thinking
- This includes epistemological and educational issues, pupils cognitive processes and difficulties, and curriculum issues

Dave Pratt (UK), Rolf Biehler (D), Maria Gabriella Ottaviani(I), Maria Meletiou (GR). 

List of accepted papers for group 5

Group 6
Algebraic thinking
- This includes epistemological and educational issues, pupils cognitive processes and difficulties, and curriculum issues

Jean-Philippe Drouhard (F), Mabel Panizza (AR), Luis Puig (E), Luis Radford (CA). 

List of accepted papers for group 6

Group 7
Geometrical thinking
- This includes epistemological and educational issues, pupils cognitive processes and difficulties, and curriculum issues

Rudolf Straesser (S), Ángel Gutiérrez (E), Alain Kuzniak (F), Harry Silfverberg (FI). 

List of accepted papers for group 7

Group 8
Mathematics and language

- This includes semiotics and communication in classrooms, social processes in learning and teaching mathematics

Candia Morgan (UK), Raymond Duval (F), Pier Luigi Ferrari (I), Maarit Johnsen-Høines (N).

List of accepted papers for group 8

Group 9
Tools and technologies in mathematical didactics
- This includes teaching and learning environments

Paul Drijvers (N), Bärbel Barzel (D), MIchaela Maschietto (I), Luc Trouche (F). 

List of accepted papers for group 9

Group 10
Mathematics education in multicultural settings
- This includes students' diverse backgrounds and identities, social and cultural processes involved, political issues in the educational and school policies.

Núria Gorgorió (E), Guida Abreu (UK), Margarida Cesar (P), Paola Valero (DK). 

List of accepted papers for group 10

Group 11
Different theoretical perspectives / approaches in research in mathematics education.

- This includes ways of linking theory and practice and paradigms of research in ME.

Tommy Dreyfus (IL), Michele Artigue (F), Mariolina Bartolini-Bussi (I), Eddie Gray (UK), Susanne Prediger (D).

List of accepted papers for group 11 

Group 12
From a study of teaching practices to issues in teacher education.

- This includes teachers’ beliefs and the role of the teacher in the classroom, as well as strategies for teacher education and links between:  theory and practice,  research and teaching and teacher education, collaborative research.

Jose Carrillo (E), Ruhama Even (IL), Tim Rowland (UK), Lurdes Serrazina (P). 

 

 

List of accepted papers for group 12

Group 13

Applications and modelling

- This includes theoretical and empirical-based reflections on: the modelling process and necessary competencies, adequate applications and modelling examples, epistemological and curricular aspects, beliefs and attitudes, assessment and the role of technology.

Gabriele Kaiser (D), Michèle Artaud (F), Morten Blomhøj (DK), Christopher Haines (UK). 

 

 

List of accepted papers for group 13

Group 14

Advanced mathematical thinking

- This includes conceptual attainment, proof techniques, problem-solving, processes of abstraction, at the upper secondary and tertiary educational level. 

Joanna Mamona Downs (G), Carmen Azcarate (E), Lucilla Cannizzaro (I), Maria Meehan (IE), John Monaghan (UK) 

 

 

List of accepted papers for group 14