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Efterårsmødet 2017

Indkaldelser Posted on 2017-12-04 12:26:29


Præsentationer fra Forårsmødet 2017

Referater & Præsentationer Posted on 2017-06-14 14:40:25

Niels Grønbæk: Fra intentioner til læreplaner – Matematikkommissionens overvejelser.

Bodil Bruun: Matematik Læreplaner & Mindstekrav stx/hf – Gymnasiereform 2017

Maybrit Christensen: Implementering af Matematikkommissionens anbefalinger på hhx.

Thomas Kaas: FOLKESKOLENS
PRØVER – før, nu og i fremtiden.

Carl Winsløw: Opgavedesign som matematikdidaktisk problemfelt.



Forårsmødet 2017

Indkaldelser Posted on 2017-06-14 14:24:51

Evaluering og bedømmelse

Læring
betyder at blive i stand til at begå sig i nye sammenhænge. At begå sig betyder
at kunne honorere krav. Uddannelse er strukturering og formalisering af krav.
Kriterier for honorering af krav er en betingelse for, at formalisering og
strukturering giver mening. Undervisning betyder at fremme læring. Så vi er
altid ”teaching to the test”.

Det kan være
indsigtsgivende at undersøge ords oprindelse. Temaet for i dag var oprindeligt
formuleret på engelsk: assessment. Asset betød i 1500-tallet ejendomsværdi med
henblik på skatteansættelse, så der refereres altså til, hvad noget er værd i
en overordnet sammenhæng. Vi har ikke et enkelt dansk ord der dækker den
moderne angelsaksiske betydning.

Her er et
nogle bud: Evaluering: value betyder
værdi, så værdiansættelse. Men hvem ansætter værdien? Bedømmelse, altså domsafsigelse. Overholder det kravene? Screening: ’Screen’ er ’skærm’. På
hvilken side af skærmen og hvad skærmes der for/mod? Sortering: ’Sort’ betyder ’slags’ eller ’art’, så der er tale om
klassificering. ’Streaming’: Stream
er ’strøm’, altså retningsbestemt bevægelse af mange af en slags, dvs. dynamisk
sortering. (Streaming er et afgørende princip i (fx) Singapore’s
uddannelsestilrettelæggelse).

Dagens tema
indbyder om noget til medlemsdebat!

Program:



Præsentationer fra Efterårsmødet 2016

Referater & Præsentationer Posted on 2017-06-14 14:13:56

Klaus Fink & Søs Spahn: Matematiske konkurrencer i grundskolen.

Karsten Schmidt: Invitation til danske skoler om deltagelse i Olympiade i statistik og sandsynlighedsregning.

Kirsten Rosenkilde: Georg Mohr-Konkurrencen.

Frederik Ravn Klausen: Et elevperspektiv på matematikkonkurrencer.



Efterårsmødet 2016

Indkaldelser Posted on 2017-06-14 13:46:22

Matematikkonkurrencer

Matematikkonkurrencer var emnet for en af ICME 13’s Topic Study Groups.
Nogle titler fra indlæggene: Are Mathematics Competitions Changing
Mathematics? – China Mathematical Olympiad School: A Case Study – Beyond Lǎozǐ:
The Goals of Mathematics Instruction – Mathematics Competitions as a Tool for
Development of Gifted Students – The Mathematical Olympiad of Central America and
The Caribbean: 17 Years Supporting Math Contests in the Region – Mathematics and
Engineering in Real Life – Math@Xxi: An Inclusive Competition for Mathematics
Enculturation – Mathematics Competition Problem Solving Knowledge and Skills in
Pre-Service Mathematics Teacher Education – Age Factor in Performance on a
Competition Paper.

Opmærksomheden er stor og med international mangfoldighed. Hvad et det
danske syn på betydningen for matematikuddannelse?

Program:



Præsentationer fra E12

Referater & Præsentationer Posted on 2012-11-12 11:53:36

Mathematics education in an East-West perspective
A meeting with focus on the relation between teaching, learning and education with roots in local traditions and culture, national goals and global perspectives.

Here we aggregate the presentations

Berinderjeet Kaur (Professor, National Institute of Mathematics Education, Singapore) Evolution of the school mathematics curriculum in Singapore.

Maurice O’Reilly (Professor, St Patrick’s College, Dublin) Recent developments in mathematics curricular reform in Ireland.

Anna Jørgensen (Associate Professor emirita, (University College, Teacher Education Zahle) Mathematics teaching and learning in the Danish primary and secondary school (age 6 -16) with a perspective on mathematical competences and working methods.

Levi Elipane (Ph.D., Dept. of Science Education, University of Copenhagen): Lesson studies in Japan

http://www.slideshare.net/levielipane

Kaj Østergaard (Associate Professor, VIA University College, Aarhus)

Samuel Bengmark (Kalmar University): Gifted students in Sweden



Konference

Indkaldelser Posted on 2012-11-11 21:50:47

DMUK og DTU inviterer til konference om matematiklæring i forskellige lande den 13. november 2012.

Nedenfor er programmet og links til præsentationer.

13.00
Welcome by Chief Consultant Peter Pannula Toft (Ministry of
Children and Education)

13.05
Welcome by Professor Steen Markvorsen (Dept. of Mathematics, DTU)

13.10
Introduction by Professor Niels Grønbæk (head of DMUK and
chair of the meeting)

13.15
Mathematics Education in Singapore – An insider’s perspective by Professor
Berinderjeet Kaur

(National Institute of Education, Singapore)

14.00
Danish school culture in an international comparison. What
are the strengths and weaknesses

in the Danish school culture by Professor Niels Egelund
(Aarhus University)

15.05
Point‐driven mathematics teaching by Associate Professor
Arne Mogensen (VIA University

College, Århus)

15.40
Open lessons and the teaching profession in Japan by
Professor Carl Winsløv (Dept. of

Education, University of Copenhagen)

16.15
Concluding remarks by the panelists

16.45 Close



E12 møde

Indkaldelser Posted on 2012-11-11 21:46:32

Mathematics education in an East-West perspective

November 12 2012

Room S04, Building 101, DTU, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby.

Program

Teaching, learning and education with roots in local traditions and culture,

national goals and global perspectives.

10.00 – 10.10: Coffee and rolls, reception

10:15 – 11:15:

Berinderjeet Kaur (Professor, National Institute of Mathematics Education, Singapore) Evolution of the school mathematics curriculum in Singapore.

I will show in my presentation why importance is placed on the learning of mathematics

in Singapore and how the present day school mathematics may be said to be: Maths for

all but more maths for some.

11:15 – 11:50

Maurice O’Reilly (Professor, St Patrick’s College, Dublin) Recent

developments in mathematics curricular reform in Ireland.

11:50 – 12:20:

Anna Jørgensen (Associate Professor emirita, (University College,

Teacher Education Zahle)

Mathematics teaching and learning in the Danish primary

and secondary school (age 6 -16) with a perspective on mathematical competences and

working methods.

12:20 – 13:20 Lunch

13:20 – 14:20

Levi Elipane (Ph.D., Dept. of Science Education, University of

Copenhagen):

Lesson studies in Japan

14:20 – 15:00

Kaj Østergaard (Associate Professor, VIA University College, Aarhus)

15:00 – 15:15 15 Coffee break

15:15 – 15:45

Samuel Bengmark (Kalmar University): Gifted students in Sweden

15:45 – 16:00

Conclusion.



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