Professor Carl Winsløw key note on university mathematics education
The International Network for Didactical Research in University Mathematics (INDRUM) is the main worldwide association for researchers specializing in the study of mathematics teaching at university level. At the biannual congress one keynote speaker presents a major programme of research, reflecting both past accomplishment and future perspectives. For the 2020 edition of the INDRUM conference, Professor Carl Winsløw from Department of Science Education presents the keynote, entitled “Professional and academic bases of university mathematics teaching for the 21st century”. The conference is, exceptionally, held online this year, due to the difficulties of traveling experienced in most of the world. The full programme of the congress can be seen at
The key note lecture is given at the beginning of the congress, Saturday September 12. A “short version” of the lecture will be given at the DidMat seminar the day before (participation on site and via Zoom is possible).