Seminars
The seminar page is continuously updated, both with entries and their contents. In general title and abstract appears around a month before the event. Room and time may change up until a few days before, so check back frequently. All interested scholars and students are welcome to attend.
Scholars from outside of Copenhagen are offered to attend via video  if you want to do that, please send an email no later than the day before to : winslow@ind.ku.dk and you will then receive a link which can be used to attend (and ask questions), after downloading an extension to your broser.

25 June 2021, 14:0015:00
Inquiry, innovation, resources and dilemmas in mathematics education

4 June 2021, 14:0015:00
Arithmetic in Supplementary School for Japanese Children Abroad – Case studies in Denmark and Sweden

16 Apr. 2021, 14:0015:00
Becoming statistically literate

25 Mar. 2021, 15:1516:45
What conditions for the transition between the paradigm of visiting works and the one of questioning the world?

25 Mar. 2021, 14:0015:00
The abstraction gap

29 Jan. 2021, 14:0015:00
Materialization Potential and Teacher knowledge on CAS

22 Jan. 2021, 14:0015:00
Bilingual students' performance in the context of probability and statistics teaching in Danish high schools

17 Dec. 2020, 14:0015:00
Mathematics Education in China

13 Nov. 2020, 14:3016:00
The relation between mathematics and programming/computational thinking in Danish and Swedish compulsory schools

9 Oct. 2020, 13:3016:30
PhD defense: Teachers’ Practice and Knowledge on School Algebra with CAS

9 Oct. 2020, 10:0011:00
The scope of techniques: a fundamental concept for curriculum analysis

9 Oct. 2020, 9:0010:00
Supporting the paradigm of questioning the world through teacher education

11 Sept. 2020, 15:0016:00
Professional and academic bases of university mathematics teaching for the 21st century

1 Sept. 2020, 14:0015:00
Systematic variation of function representations

18 June 2020, 15:0016:00
Study and Research Paths in Discrete Mathematics

15 May 2020, 14:0015:00
Geometry and algebra in multidimensional analysis: representations of curves and surfaces

7 May 2020, 11:0012:00
Trigonometry in upper secondary school contexts: identities and functions

16 Apr. 2020, 14:0015:00
Programming, computational thinking and mathematical digital competencies: resources based on cross country comparisons

9 Mar. 2020, 14:0015:00
A lesson study for initial teacher education on integer numbers

25 Feb. 2020, 13:0014:00
A review based on data science methods about digital technology in mathematics education

31 Jan. 2020, 14:0015:00
Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) in Upper Secondary School Mathematics – with emphasis on CAS Assisted Proofs in Textbooks

8 Jan. 2020, 15:0016:00
The field of fractions as a sinequanon in upper secondary mathematics

6 Dec. 2019, 14:0015:00
Teachers’ choices of CAS approaches in upper secondary mathematics

31 Oct. 2019, 15:0016:00
A discursively oriented conceptualization of mathematical problem solving and its implications for practice

11 Oct. 2019, 13:0014:00
A crosscultural study on teachers’ use of print and digital resources ...

8 Oct. 2019, 8:3020:00
Lesson Study between Didactical Research and the Teaching Profession

24 Sept. 2019, 15:0016:00
An Inquiry Based Introduction to Binomial Distributions

30 Aug. 2019, 14:0015:00
A Friendly Introduction to Differential Calculus Using Didactical Engineering

23 Aug. 2019, 13:0014:00
Important prerequisites to understanding the definition of limit

24 May 2019, 14:0015:00
How is mathematics taught after the 2017reform in upper secondary school?

12 Apr. 2019, 14:0015:00
What can mathematics student teachers learn from practice about teaching with digital tools?

29 Mar. 2019, 14:0015:00
Didactical Engineering methodology in preservice teacher education practice

12 Mar. 2019, 14:0015:00
Sliding Between Disciplines and Didactics  The Expansion of PreService Teacher Knowledge about Friction and its Teaching in Lower Secondary Schools

1 Mar. 2019, 14:0015:00
Study and research paths for statistical literacy

28 Feb. 2019, 14:0015:00
Study and research paths for teacher education: some advances on teacher education in the paradigm of questioning the world

1 Feb. 2019, 14:0016:00
Presentations for CERME

14 Dec. 2018, 14:0015:00
Japanese school mathematics culture

7 Dec. 2018, 14:0015:00
Danish math teacher education in an international perspective

19 Oct. 2018, 10:0013:00
Inquiry based mathematics education and lesson study
Samarbejdspartnere: IND & Københavns Professionshøjskole
Vejledere: Hovedvejleder professor Carl Winsløw, IND; bivejleder lektor Charlotte Krog Skott, KP 
15 Oct. 2018, 13:0016:00
A Comparative Study of Danish and Indonesian Preservice Teachers’ Knowledge of Rational Numbers

15 Oct. 2018, 10:0011:00
Q&A on ATD

19 Sept. 2018, 16:1517:15
What can Study and Research Paths add to mathematical modelling?

4 Sept. 2018, 15:0016:00
Contributions of Jugyou Kenkyuu And Didactic Engineering for the Education and Professional Development of Math Teachers: the case of Supervised Curricular Stage

23 Aug. 2018, 15:0016:00
A study and research path on vectors in mathematics and physics

18 Apr. 2018, 14:0015:00
Authentic Problems from Engineering... in Mathematics

7 Mar. 2018, 15:0016:00
MatRIC, a Norwegian centre for excellence in mathematics higher education – foundation, paradigms and research

22 Feb. 2018, 15:0016:00
Task Sequence of Japanese Problem Solving Approach: Designing obstacles in the extension process of knowledge

30 Jan. 2018, 15:0016:00
Implementing interactive texts in undergraduate mathematics

17 Jan. 2018, 14:0016:00
ATD conference talks

6 Dec. 2017, 14:0015:00
Kickstarting a change in teacher education with Sustained Visible Lesson Study

14 Nov. 2017, 16:0017:00
Tools, tasks and mathematics

10 Nov. 2017, 16:0017:00
School Mathematics Curriculum Reforms from the ATD perspective

21 Sept. 2017, 15:0016:00
Japanese mathematics teachers' professional scholarship

7 Sept. 2017, 14:0015:00
Proving Activities on Study and Research Paths

29 Aug. 2017, 16:0017:00
Situations for modelling Fermi Problems with multivariate functions

29 Aug. 2017, 14:3015:30
Modeling and Measuring Teachers’ praxeologies for teaching mathematics

4 July 2017, 13:0016:00
A Praxeological Study of Proportionality in Mathematics Lower Secondary Textbooks

12 June 2017, 14:0015:00
What could discrete mathematics teaching at secondary level in Denmark look like?

24 May 2017, 15:0016:00
Comparative analysis of preservice teachers' mathematical and didactical praxeologies on rational numbers

21 Apr. 2017, 15:0016:00
Enacting inquiry based learning in mathematics through history

6 Mar. 2017, 13:0016:00
Study and Research Paths at Upper Secondary Mathematics Education

25 Jan. 2017, 15:0016:00
Teaching mathematics to nonmathematicians: Examples from a trial of Mathematical Modelling activities in a Year 1 Biology course

20 Jan. 2017, 15:0016:00
Upper Secondary Computer Based Mathematics Education

9 Dec. 2016, 14:0015:00
Openended Approach and lesson studies.

21 Nov. 2016, 15:0016:00
Developing mathematics teaching with original sources

28 Oct. 2016, 15:0016:00
Cognitive Apprenticeship Model and Selfpaced video

10 Oct. 2016, 12:3015:30
Japansk matematikundervisning i Lyngby

22 Sept. 2016, 14:0016:00
Mathematics teaching and teacher education: two studies

26 Aug. 2016, 14:3015:30
The Themes of Trigonometry and Power Functions in Relation to the CAS Tool GeoGebra, 2

26 Aug. 2016, 13:0014:00
The Themes of Trigonometry and Power Functions in Relation to the CAS Tool GeoGebra, 1

26 Aug. 2016, 11:0012:00
Logical aspects of equations and equation solving

24 Aug. 2016, 15:4016:40
Teaching infinitesimal calculus in high school  with infinitesimals, 2

24 Aug. 2016, 14:2015:20
Teaching infinitesimal calculus in high school  with infinitesimals, 1

24 Aug. 2016, 13:0014:00
A Study on Teacher Knowledge Employing Hypothetical Teacher Tasks

8 Aug. 2016, 15:0016:00
Gymnasieelevers og lærerstuderendes viden om rationale tal

16 June 2016, 14:0015:00
Epistemology and didactics: new epistemological tools for a new teaching paradigm

24 May  27 May 2016
An analysis of the relation between real world modelling and the teaching of mathematical modelling

10 May 2016, 15:0016:00
Pattern analysis as entrance to algebraic proof situations at clevel

21 Apr. 2016, 14:0015:00
Proportion in geometry: a reference model for textbook analysis

18 Mar. 2016, 13:1516:00
Praxeologies and Institutional Interactions in the Advanced Science Teacher Education

25 Feb. 2016, 14:0015:00
The trigonometric functions

12 Feb. 2016, 14:0015:00
Assessing theoretical knowlegde in real analysis

15 Jan. 2016, 14:0015:00
Role and significance of didactical and paradidactical contracts

18 Dec. 2015, 13:0014:00
Preservice elementary teachers’ knowledge on rational numbers and its teaching

24 Nov. 2015, 8:3011:30
Open Lesson with Hiroshi Tanaka

13 Nov. 2015, 14:0015:00
Digital technology in Mathematics Education

12 Nov. 2015, 15:3016:30
Specialeforsvar ved Caroline Poulsen

12 Nov. 2015, 14:0015:00
Specialeforsvar ved Lene Eriksen

30 Oct. 2015, 15:3016:30
Mass, Math and... Mess

26 Oct. 2015, 11:1512:15
Status seminar, Britta Jessen

8 Oct. 2015, 14:0015:00
The Math Bridge  and a diagnostic test

15 Sept. 2015, 13:0014:00
A praxeological investigation of divergence  exploring challenges of teaching and learning mathinphysics

18 Aug. 2015, 15:3016:30
Forskningslignende situationer på et førsteårskursus i matematisk analyse

18 Aug. 2015, 14:0015:00
Number tricks as a didactical tool for teaching elementary algebra

23 June 2015, 15:1516:15
One dimensional regression in high school

19 June 2015, 14:0017:00
Researchlike situations, Linear Regression, and Vector Analysis

3 June 2015, 14:0015:00
An analysis of Faroese types of algebra exercises

29 May 2015, 13:0016:00
Lesson Study in Mathematics

27 Mar. 2015, 15:0016:00
A praxeological reference model for analyzing proportion tasks in textbooks

25 Feb. 2015, 14:0015:00
Mathematical thinking in Japan and Denmark – a small scale comparative study

22 Jan. 2015, 14:0015:00
Mathematical modelling: from theory to practice
Contact
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Institut for Naturfagenes Didaktik
University of Copenhagen
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DK2100 Copenhagen Ø
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Telephone: (+45) 353 20433 (direct)
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Email: winslow@ind.ku.dk