YERME Day 2017

The YERME Day (for Young Researchers in ERME) will be held on Tuesday 31st January and Wednesday 1st February, one day before CERME 10. It will take place in the Institute of Education on the St Patrick’s Campus of Dublin City University.

YERME Day provides an opportunity for participants to meet key European researchers in mathematics education, developing an understanding of their work and methodological approaches. In addition, it constitutes an important networking opportunity to meet young researchers from other countries, with common research interest. The program foresees several plenary presentations, three working groups (WGs) and three discussion groups (DGs). These group sessions, each of three hours’ duration, will be led by ERME board members as well as key scholars in European mathematics education from different academic traditions.

Local Organization
Institute of Education, Dublin City University, Dublin

Local Organizing Committee
Siún NicMhuirí
, Institute of Education, Dublin City University
Aisling Twohill, Institute of Education, Dublin City University

Program Committee
João Pedro da Ponte
, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal (Chair)
Vivianne Durand-Guerrier, Université de Lyon, France
Konstantinos Tatsis, University of Ioannina, Greece (co-chair)
Susanne Schnell, Universitat of Dortmund, Germany
Jason Cooper, Weizmann Institute, Israel

Program

YERME Day will start on January 31st with registration at 13.30, followed by an opening session at 14.30. It will end on February 1st at 12:00. The program is as follows:

31 January 2017
13:30-14:30Arrival and registration
14:30-14:45Opening session
14:45-15:15 Plenary presentation by Jason Cooper
15.15-16:30 Working Groups - Part I

WG1 – John Mason - Roles of attention and mental imagery in mathematics teaching, learning and researching into these
WG2 – Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs - Theory and methodology for establishing a framework for empirical research
WG3 – Uffe Thomas Jankvist & Mario Sánchez Aguilar - Literature search and where to publish your papers
16:30-17:00 Coffee break
17:00-18:15 Working Groups: Part II
18:15-19:15 Special session

Election of YERME representatives: Round table with the candidates, chaired by Jason Cooper and Konstantinos Tatsis.
19:30 Dinner
1 February 2017
08:30-09:45 Discussion Groups: Part I

DG1 – Esther Levenson - Choosing examples for research studies
DG2 – Birgit Pepin - Mathematics curriculum resources and teacher professional development
DG3 – Paolo Boero - Different traditions of research in Mathematics Education, and related ways of reporting results
09:45-10:15 Coffee break
10:15-11:30 Discussion Groups: Part II
11:30-12:00 Presentation of YERME Summer School, YESS 9 (which will take place in 2018, in a location that is to be confirmed) and Closing session.

 

Registration

You can register for the YERME Day when registering for CERME. You will subsequently receive an email from the YERME Day organizing committee in which you will be asked to indicate your preferred WG and DG. Please note that the number of participants will be limited to 75 and registration will be closed on receipt of the 75th request. Similarly, each WG/DG will have a maximum of 25 participants and places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Remember to book an extra night in your chosen accommodation.

Contacts

www: http://cerme10.org/scientific-activities/yerme-day/
e-mail: aisling.twohill@dcu.ie
Phone: +1 8842146 or +86 6002823
Postal address: Aisling Twohill, Institute of Education, St Patrick’s Campus, Dublin City University, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Ireland.