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CRM > English > Activities > Curs 2018-2019 > ADVANCED COURSE 4: SCHEDULE
ADVANCED COURSE 4: SCHEDULE

 

​​​ ​ ​​ADV​ANCED COURSE 4

Monday​

Ju​ly 15th 2019

Tuesday

July 16th 2019

Wednesday

July 17th 2019

Thursday

July 18th 2019

Friday

July 19th 2019

10:30 h – 11:00

Registration

 



9:30 h – 13:00 h​ 

Workshop 1

A. González-Martín

Using tools from atd to analyse the use of mathematics in engineering tasks. Some cases involving integrals

 

(11:00 h - 11:30 h ​Coffee Break)

 

9:30 h – 13:00 h 

Workshop 2 

I. Florensa
C. Lucas

Describing mathematical activity: dynamic and static aspects

 

(11:00 h - 11:30 h ​Coffee Break)

9:30 h – 13:00 h

Workshop 3

C. Rasmussen

Examining individual and collective level mathematical progress

 

(11:00 h - 11:30 h ​Coffee Break)

9:30 h – 13:00 h 

Workshop 4 

T. Hausberger

Mathematical structuralism: A didactic invention?

 

(11:00 h - 11:30 h ​Coffee Break)

11:00 h - 11:30 h
Coffee Break

 

12:00 h – 13:00 h

Welcome Lecture

I. Florensa


 

13h00-15h00
Lunch

 

13h00-15h00
Lunch

13h00-15h00
Lunch

13h00-15h00
Lunch

13h00-15h00
Lunch

 

15:00 h – 16h30

Lecture 1

M. Artigue

Institutional transitions in university mathematics education

 

15:00 h – 16:30 h 

Lecture 2

C. Rasmussen

Examining individual and collective level mathematical progress

15:00 h – 16:30 h 

Lecture 3

R. Hochmuth

About the use of mathematics in other sciences

15:00 h – 16:30 h

Lecture 4

C. Winsløw

Mathematical analysis at university

15:00 h – 17:00 h 

Closing lecture

Y. Chevallard

 

 

16h30- 17h00 Break

 

16h30- 17h00 Break

16h30- 17h00 Break

16h30- 17h00 Break

 

 

17h00- 18h30

Seminar on the lectura

 

17h00- 18h30

Seminar on the lec​​ture

​​17h00- 18h30

Seminar on the lect​ure​

17h00- 18h30

Seminar on the lecture

 

 

20h00
Social Dinner

 

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MINARS & OTHER ACTIVITIES

​Monday​

Jul​y 22nd 2019

​Tuesday

July 23rd 2019

​Wednesday

July 24th 2019

​Thursday

July 25th 2019



9h30-11h
1st


García-Planas

The problem-based learning through the e-portfolio as a methodological basis for the acquisition of the transversal competence of solidarity and social commitment in mathematics subjects


Ruiz-Munzon

SRP


Bartolomé

SRP in mechanical engineering

 

9h30-11h
3rd

 

Nicasso

REM the case of conics


Coimbra

Teaching randomness and probability


Albuquerque

Experimental activities about scientific modeling

10:00 h – 11:00 h


Seminar on "questioning the world" at the university

10:00 h – 13:00 h


11h00- 11h30 
Coffee Break


11h00- 11h30 
Coffee Break

11h00- 11h30 
Coffee Break

11h00- 11h30 
Coffee Break

11h30-13h00
2nd


Milin

Teaching tangent lines of curves


Kondratieva

Vector calculus task


Candy

Didactic transposition of the notion of ideal



11h30-13h00
4th


Peters

Mathematical discourses in practices of electrical engineering studies

 

Sterwart

Mathematical thinking with linear algebra tasks


Clark

Transition from school to univ. Mathematics​


11h30-13h00
Seminar on "questioning the world" at the university

Closing session

 

I. Florensa

15:00 h – 17:00 h

15:00 h – 17:00 h

15:00 h – 17:00 h 

 

Working and interacting

Working and interacting

Seminar on "questioning the world" at the university

 

 

 

 

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