conference logo
 
Programme  Titles  Presenters  Topics 
Paper presentations
TWG 11 Comparative Studies in Mathematics Education
Suite 658
TWG leader: Paul Andrews
TWG11.PA1 Beginning teachers' perspectives on linear equations: A pilot quantitative comparison of Greek and Cypriot students
Paul Andrews*1, Constantinos Xenofontos2
1Stockholm University, Sweden, 2University of Nicosia, Cyprus
TWG11.PA2 Comparing the practices of primary school mathematics teacher education. Case studies from Japan, Finland and Sweden
Yukiko Asami-Johansson*1, Iiris Attorps1, Anu Laine2
1University of Gävle, Sweden, 2university of Helsinki, Finland
TWG11.PA3 The lexicon project: examining the consequences for international comparative research of pedagogical naming systems from different cultures
David Clarke*1, Carmel Mesiti1, Yiming Cao2, Jarmila Novotna3
1University of Melbourne, Australia, 2Beijing Normal University, China, 3Charles University, Czech Republic
TWG11.PA4 Comparison of Kosovan and Polish preservice teachers' knowledge of fractions
Jeta Kingji Kastrati*1, Miroslawa Sajka2, Eda Vula3
1University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, 2Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland, 3University of Pristina, Kosovo
TWG11.PA5 Finnish teaching materials in the hands of a Swedish teacher: The telling case of Cecilia
Tuula Koljonen
Malardalen University, Sweden
TWG11.PA6 Algorithmics in secondary school: A comparative study between Ukraine and France
Simon Modeste*1, Maryna Rafalska2
1Université de Montpellier, IMAG - UMR CNRS 5149, France, 2National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, Ukraine
TWG11.PA7 Ten years of mathematics education: Preparing for the supermarket?
Mona Nosrati*1, Paul Andrews2
1Norwegian Centre for Mathematics Education, Norway, 2Stockholm University, Sweden
TWG11.PA8 Visual attention while reading a multiple choice task by academics and students: A comparative eye-tracking approach
Miroslawa Sajka
Pedagogical University of Cracow, Poland
TWG11.PA9 Cross-national study of lower secondary mathematics teachers’ content knowledge in USA and Russia
Mourat Tchoshanov*1, Maria Cruz Quinones2, Kadriya Shakirova3, Elena Ibragimova3, Liliana Shakirova3
1University of Texas at El Paso, USA, 2Universidad Autónoma de Cuidad Juárez, Mexico, 3Kazan Federal University, Russia
TWG11.PA10 Explanations as tools for evaluating content knowledge for teaching: A cross-national pilot study in Cyprus and Greece
Constantinos Xenofontos*1, Paul Andrews2
1University of Nicosia, Cyprus, 2Stockholm University, Sweden