Programme

Monday 14 October

Exectutive Vice-President (Technology) NORCE Norwegian Research Centre AS, and Chair of the Diku Board

President of the Mathematical Association of America (2019-2021), Professor of Mathematics Brigham Young University, Utah.

Professor Emeritus from the Open University, Honorary Research Fellow University of Oxford, UK

A presentation in which participants will be invited to reflect on their mathematical thinking as they encounter some mathematizable phenomena, and to consider what they would like students to do with mathematical examples.

The hurdles and resistances interfering with teaching and learning innovation that might promote students effective meaning making in mathematics. The students we have in mind are following STEM and economics programmes.

Tuesday 15 October

Professor Emeritus from the Open University, Honorary Research Fellow University of Oxford, UK

A Workshop in which a variety of pedagogical actions will be demonstrated, so that participants can reflect on their role in promoting meaning-making.

Lecturer in Technology Enhanced Mathematics Education,University of Edinburgh

The development and evaluation of an online course in introductory university mathematics, which makes heavy use of STACK

Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Agder

Improving the quality of teaching, learning, and assessment of mathematics at higher education: In the past few years, I have used Revised Bloom's Taxonomy (RBT) and Efklides's metacognition framework to explore how the quality of teaching, learning, and assessment of mathematics at higher education could be improved. As a result of using these two frameworks, an assessment model for exploring students' mathematical understanding has been developed and used on a sample of Year 13 and university students. In my presentation, I will describe the assessment model, and some of my research findings using these two frameworks.

Dr. Wigand Rathmann is a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Erlangen-Nürnberg

Experiences from setting up a German network for computer aided assessment.

The panel will be invited to respond to and discuss issues arising from the group discussions that took place on Monday afternoon.