Last Update: 18.07.2018
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Overall Time Schedule
Friday 20  Saturday 21  Sunday 22  Monday 23  Tuesday 24  

09:00 – 09:30  REGISTRATION^{1} 
PL4 
PL3 
PL2 
PL5 

09:3010:00  
10:0010:30  BREAK  BREAK  BREAK  BREAK  
10:3011:00  WS2 (2) 
WS1.5 (1) 
P 
WS1.5 (3) 
OP (4)  
11:0011:30  OPENING  OP (4)  
11:3012:00  PL1  OP (2)  
12:0012:30  LUNCH  LUNCH  LUNCH  LUNCH  
12:3013:00  LUNCH  LUNCH  
13:0013:30  
13:3014:00  WS2 (3) 
OP (4)  EXCURSION  WS2 (3) 
OP (4)  
14:0014:30  OP (4)  OP (3)  
14:3014:45  SOC (2)  
14:4515:00  PL6 

15:0015:30  OP (4)  
15:3015:45  BREAK  OP (3)  BREAK  
15:4516:00  CLOSING  
16:0016:30  WS1.5 (4) 
BREAK  OP (4)  
16:3017:00  WS1.5 (4) 
OP (3)  
17:0017:15  
17:1517:30  OP (4)  
17:3017:45  
17:4518:00  OP (4) 
OP (3) 

18:0018:15  
20:00…  CONFERENCE DINNER 
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Registration / Friday 20 July 2018 / 09:00 – 11:00
Saturday 21 July 2018 9:0010:00
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Snezana Lawrence: The art and architecture of mathematics education – a study in metaphors
Chair: U.T. Jankvist
Sunday 22 July 2018 9:0010:00
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Frédéric Métin: Implementing history in the math class, from kindergarten to teacher training: words and artifacts
Chair: É. Barbin
Monday 23 July 2018 9:0010:00
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Ingo Witzke: Epistemological beliefs about mathematics – Challenges and chances for mathematical learning: Back to the future
Chair: K. M. Clark
Tuesday 24 July 2018 9:0010:00
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Marta Menghini: The fusion of plane and solid geometry in the teaching of geometry: textbooks, aims, discussions
Chair: T. H. Kjeldsen
Friday 20 July 2018 11:3012:30
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Hans Niels Jahnke: Hermeneutics, and the Question of “How is Science Possible?”
Chair: V. Katz
Saturday 21 July 2018 10:3012:30
Timeslots  Room PA 318 (Theme 4)  Room PA 311 (Themes 2, 3)  Room PA 314  Room PA 113 (Themes 4, 5, 3) 

10:3012:00  P. Ransom : The geometry of the Dambusters  S. Bella& M. Blanco: Quelle rigueur pour enseigner l’analyse? Ce que nous apprend le calcul des differences (1696 1768)  –  Frédéric Métin: Fortification and geometry in the 17th century: a military and mathematical revolution 
12:0012:30 
Sunday 22 July 2018 10:3012:00
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Panel discussion
Caterina Vicentini (coordinator), Natalie Chevalarias, Kathy M. Clark & Michel Roelens: History, Epistemology and Teaching Mathematics: A challenging partnership?
Monday 23 July 2018 10:3012:00
Room PA 318 (Themes 2, 3)  Room PA 311 (Themes 3, 2)  Room PA 314 (Theme 2)  Room PA 113 (Theme 3) 

C. Can, M. E. Aktas, J. H. Barnett & K. M. Clark: Leonhard Euler’s differentials: An attempt to restructure teaching of the derivative concept  –  H. Languereau & A. MichelPajus: Using French websites to find useful online material to integrate the history and epistemology of mathematics into our teaching  R. Chorlay: Why bother with original sources? 
Tuesday 24 July 2018 10:3012:00
Opening / Friday 20 July 2018 / 11:00 – 11:30
Tuesday 24 July 2018 10:3012:00
Tuesday 24 July 2018 10:3012:00
Friday 20 July 2018 13:3015:30
Saturday 21 July 2018 13:3016:00
Saturday 21 July 2018 13:3016:00
Saturday 21 July 2018 13:3015:30
Saturday 21 July 2018 13:3016:00
Monday 23 July 2018 13:3016:00
Room PA 318 (Theme 4)  Room PA 311  Room PA 314 (Theme 3)  Room PA 113 (Themes 1, 6, 3) 

S. Lawrence: What can art teach us about mathematics?  –  M. Moyon: Enseigner les mathématiques et l’algorithmique avec Leonardo Fibonacci (Teaching mathematics and algorithmics whith Leonardo Fibonacci)  G. Hitchcock: Niels Abel: ‘So many ideas …’. Bringing episodes in the history of mathematics to life in the classroom by means of theatre 
Tuesday 24 July 2018 13:3014:30
Tuesday 24 July 2018 13:3014:30
Tuesday 24 July 2018 14:4515:45
Plenary Lecture Room
Location: PA 113/PA 110 – Athene 1 & 2
Plenary Lecture
Andreas Christiansen: The first Norwegian textbooks in mathematics – A story of independence and controversy
Chair: K. Bjarnadóttir
Saturday 21 July 2018 13:3016:00
Closing / Tuesday 24 July 2018 / 15:45 – 16:30
Friday 20 July 2018 16:0017:30
Saturday 21 July 2018 16:3018:00
Friday 20 July 2018 17:4518:15
Room PA 318 (Theme 5)  Room PA 311 (Theme 2)  Room PA 314 (Theme 4)  Room PA 113 (Theme 1) 

Chair: M. R. MassaEsteve  Chair: A. Demattè  Chair: G. Hitchcock  Chair: J. Tattersall 
L. Puig: Joseph Zaragoza’s Arithmetica Universalis and the teaching of algebra in Spain in the second half of the 17th century  E. Lappa & K. Nikolantonakis: The teaching of logarithms in upper secondary school from a historical perspective  R. Capone, M. G. Adesso, O. Fiore & F. S. Tortoriello: Discovering neglected synthetic geometry on “Social Networks”: Learning math as in the historical Italian academies  U. T. Jankvist & E. Geraniou: ICT as a way of making original sources accessible to students 
Monday 23 July 2018 16:0018:15
Monday 23 July 2018 16:0018:15
Monday 23 July 2018 16:0018:15
Monday 23 July 2018 16:0018:15
Caption: PLx (Plenary Lecture on theme x), P (Plenary Panel Discussion), OP (30min Oral Presentation), SOC (10minute Short Oral Communication) WS2 (2hour Workshop), WS1.5 (1.5hour Workshop).
Remarks: (1) The Conference Office will also be open for registration on Thursday 19 July, 17:0019:00
(2) In each time slot, the number of the activities running in parallel is indicated in parentheses.
(3) Wherever needed, a 15minute interval has been scheduled so that participants can change rooms and eventual small deviations from the time schedule do not accumulate. In this way sessions running in parallel are expected to be sufficiently well synchronized.
(4) There will be an Exhibition: Room to be announced