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TWG 6 Applications and Modelling
Suite 681 / 682
TWG leader: Susana Carreira
TWG6.PA1 Developing a classification scheme of definitions of Fermi problems in education from a modelling perspective
Jonas Bergman Ärlebäck*1, Lluís Albarracín2
1Linköping University, Sweden, 2Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
TWG6.PA2 Levels of analysis of a mathematical modelling activity: beyond the questions-answers dialectic
Berta Barquero*1, Nacho Monreal2, Noemí Ruiz-Munzón2
1University of Barcelona, Spain, 2Pompeu Fabra University. Escola Superior de Ciències Socials i de l'Empresa – Tecnocampus, Spain
TWG6.PA3 Mathematical modelling as a prototype for interdisciplinary mathematics education? - Theoretical reflections
Rita Borromeo Ferri*1, Nicholas Mousoulides2
1University of Kassel, Germany, 2University of Nicosia, Cyprus
TWG6.PA4 Creating a color palette: the model, the concept, and the mathematics
Susana Carreira*1,2, Ana Margarida Baioa3
1University of Algarve, Portugal, 2UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, 3Group of Schools D. Manuel I – Tavira, Portugal
TWG6.PA5 Exploratory study of teacher's interventions in a modelling task
Irene Ferrando*, Paula Donat, Pascual Diago, Luis Puig
Universitat de València, Spain
TWG6.PA6 Modelling problems in German grammar school leaving examinations (Abitur) – theory and practice
Gilbert Greefrath*1, Hans-Stefan Siller2, Matthias Ludwig3
1University of Muenster, Germany, 2University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany, 3University of Frankfurt, Germany
TWG6.PA7 Using auxiliary material for modelling
Carolina Guerrero-Ortiz*, Jaime Mena Lorca, Astrid Morales
Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile
TWG6.PA8 Examining the role of group work as an effective instructional strategy when teaching problem solving
Eamonn Clohessy, Patrick Johnson*
University of Limerick, Ireland
TWG6.PA9 The use of heuristic strategies in modelling activities
Peter Stender, Gabriele Kaiser*
University of Hamburg, Germany
TWG6.PA10 The investigation of mathematical problem solving processes of fifth grade students in small groups
Firdevs İclal Karatas*1, Oznur Soyak1, Aysenur Alp2
1Middle East Technical University, Turkey, 2Middle East Technical University, Turkey
TWG6.PA11 Mathematical modelling of dynamical systems and implementation at school
Martin Bracke, Jean-Marie Lantau*
University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
TWG6.PA12 Geometric modelling inspired by Da Vinci: shaping and adding movement using technology and physical resources
Diego Lieban*1,2, Zsolt Lavicza1
1Johannes Kepler University, Austria, 2Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology, Brazil
TWG6.PA13 Choosing a Mathematic Working Space in a modelling task: the influence of teaching
Elizabeth Montoya Delgadillo*1, Fernanda Viola2, Laurent Vivier3
1Pontificia Universitaria Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 2Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina, 3Université Paris Diderot, France
TWG6.PA14 Fifth grade students construct decimal number through measurement activities
Azam Karimianzade1, Abolfazl Rafiepour*2
1Kerman Math House, Iran, 2Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman, Iran
TWG6.PA15 Teachers’ beliefs about mathematical modelling: An exploratory study
Paola Ramirez
University of Bristol,Graduate School of Education, UK
TWG6.PA16 Didactical activities to engineering training: methodological proposal
Avenilde Romo*1, Santiago Tolentino1, Rebeca Romo-Vázquez2
1Instituto Nacional Politécnico, Mexico, 2Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico
TWG6.PA17 Mathematical modelling in an archaeological context: their complementarity as essential tool for inquiry
Gemma Sala Sebastià*, Vicenç Font Moll, Berta Barquero Farràs, Joaquim Giménez Rodríguez
University of Barcelona, Spain
TWG6.PA18 Strategies for fostering students' reading comprehension while they solve modelling problems
Madlin Schmelzer*, Stanislaw Schukajlow
University of Münster, Germany
TWG6.PA19 Methodology for designing didactical activities as an engineering project of a tactile sensorial therapeutic ramp
Luis Siero*1, Avenilde Romo2, Arturo Abundez3
1Instituto Politécnico Nacional, CICATA, Mexico, 2Instituto Politécnico Nacional, CICATA, Mexico, 3Centro Nacional de Investigación y Desarrollo Tecnologíco, Mexico
TWG6.PA20 Metacognitive modelling competencies in small groups
Katrin Vorhölter*, Alexandra Krüger, Lisa Wendt
University of Hamburg, Germany