YERME

The YERME DAY registration process is closed.

 

Program for YERME-Day 2011

The YERME-day (for Young Researchers in ERME) will be held one day before the CERME7 Congress. It will take place on February, 8-9, 2011 in Rzeszow, Poland.

Registration for the YERME-Day should be sent by e-mail to Bozena Maj
(bmaj@univ.rzeszow.pl)
(Please indicate your name, your institution, your e-mail address and the date of your arrival).
Registration for the YERME-Day is free of charge.
Remember to add the cost of the evening meal in a nearby restaurant in your prevision of expense for CERME and to book an extra night in your hotel.
Warning: the number of participants will be limited to 30.
Please register as soon as possible
(registration will be closed after reception of the 30th request)

 

Tuesday afternoon (February 8th)
13:30-14:30 Arrival and registration
14:30-14:45 Opening session
14.45-15:15 Presentation G.R.I.M - An example of developing a research program, together with a program of preperation of young researchers(Filippo Spagnolo, Giorgio Santi, Benedetto Di Paola, Marcia Lucia Lo Cicero)
15.15-15:45 Presentation “PhD thesis – an endless or finite field?”  (Bettina Rösken)
15:45-16:00 Coffee break
16:00-17:15 Discussion Groups: Part I
17.15-17:30 Coffee break
17:30-18:45 Discussion Groups: Part II
18:45-19:15 Presentation of YERME Summer School, YESS 6 (which will take place in Portugal in 2012)

Dinner

Wednesday morning (February 9th)
08:30-09:45 Working Group: Part I
09:45-10:15 Coffee break
10:15-11:30 Working Group: Part II
11:30-11:45 Closing session

Discussion Groups (February 8th Afternoon) Experts
DG 1:  Writing an article, or: From theoretical framework, to methodology, to analyses and cogently argued conclusions Paolo Boero
DG 2: Designing and analyzing tasks in mathematics teacher education Pessia Tsamir
DG 3: The role of theories in mathematics education Dina Tirosh
Working Groups (February 9th  Morning)  Experts
WG1:  Design of a research study: what are the component parts, how are they related to each other and how might they be discussed in a thesis? Barbara Jaworski
WG 2: Interpretative data analysis João Pedro da Ponte
WG 3: Elaborating Theoretical Constructs as efficient research concepts in mathematics education Heinz Steinbring