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 who prefer that (eg who are far from Copenhagen) may attend via zoom  just use the link provided in the announcement of each seminar.

18 June 2024, 14:0015:00
DidMat seminar with Dyana Wijayanti

12 Apr. 2024, 14:0015:00
A Vision for Calculus

5 Apr. 2024, 14:0015:00
Collaborative teacher professional development

22 Mar. 2024, 14:0015:00
Praxeological differences in institutional transition: The case of school algebra

1 Mar. 2024, 10:0011:00
Mathematical and didactic knowledge for teaching and the idea of SRPTEs

8 Feb. 2024, 14:0015:00
A survey project on professional journals for mathematics teachers

12 Dec. 2023, 15:3016:30
What do our students "see" when they "read" a mathematical text?

3 Nov. 2023, 13:0014:00
Opportunity and challenge for adapting Japanese mathematics textbooks into Indonesian new curriculum reform

26 Oct. 2023, 14:0015:00
Real numbers and Klein's double discontinuity: the intertwining between epistemological and institutional issues

13 Oct. 2023, 14:0015:00
The habitat of programming in mathematics learning : through an inquiry about the Collatz conjecture

28 Sept. 2023, 13:0014:00
Potential relations between mathematical modelling and computing education

1 Sept. 2023, 14:0015:00
What does it mean to solve an equation?

29 June 2023, 14:0016:00
Pre CERME presentations

26 May 2023, 10:0012:00
Double seminar on Statistics Education

3 May 2023, 15:3016:30
Series and networks of problems: from historical documents to teachers’ practices

21 Apr. 2023, 14:0015:30
Technology in Mathematics Education

24 Mar. 2023, 14:0015:00
Improving middle school algebra through biinstitutional lesson study

21 Mar. 2023, 16:0017:00
TTPLS: A Lesson Study intervention to support mathematics teachers to implement problem solving in lessons

23 Feb. 2023, 14:0015:00
Teaching fractions in a Japanese school in Denmark

27 Jan. 2023, 13:0014:00
Mathematical praxeologies of “Probability” in Chinese high school textbooks

30 Nov. 2022, 15:0016:00
Fostering university students’ reading and understanding of mathematical text

17 Nov. 2022, 14:0015:00
Crosscultural study on the lesson study: case studies from preservice teachers in Japan and Thailand

4 Nov. 2022, 14:0015:00
The school algebra challenge in Danish lower secondary school

27 Oct. 2022, 14:0015:00
On the didactic transposition of the notion of equipossibility

23 Sept. 2022, 14:0015:00
How a beer teaches functional modelling

2 Sept. 2022, 14:0015:00
Future teachers’ knowledge of real numbers in the digital age

19 Aug. 2022, 14:0015:00
Going beyond the surface features of Lesson Study: The case of Singapore

10 June 2022, 14:0016:00
CITAD presentations

27 May 2022, 15:0016:00
Study and Research Paths in teacher education

21 Apr. 2022, 14:0015:00
Study and Research Paths in Statistics for Business

3 Mar. 2022, 15:0016:00
The inequality paradox in technology, and computational thinking through the eyes of ATD

28 Jan. 2022, 12:0014:00
CERME seminar

17 Dec. 2021, 14:0015:00
Inquiry, innovation, resources and dilemmas in mathematics education

26 Nov. 2021, 16:3017:30
24 years of mathematics education and its relations to other subjects

12 Nov. 2021, 14:0015:00
First year university students' strategies and resources for solving unfamiliar problems in integral calculus

28 Oct. 2021, 15:0016:00
The ecological dimension in the research field of mathematical modelling

10 Sept. 2021, 14:0015:00
Mathematical thinking competency in learning situations involving DGS and CAS

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

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

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

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

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

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 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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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
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