Symposium Proceedings

In progress

Symposium + PD Day Report
Symposium in Pictures (Take a 9 min. Video Tour!)
Recordings of the Opening and Closing Ceremony
Working Groups Reports

Working Group A Report: Coding and computational modeling in elementary and early years mathematics education (EEYME) (forthcoming)

Working Group B Report: ๐Ÿ”— Coding and computational modeling in secondary and university mathematics education

Working Group C Report: ๐Ÿ”— Equity, diversity, and inclusivity in coding and computational modeling in mathematics education

Keynotes and Reactions Recordings andย Papers
Discussion Panels and Reaction Recordings andย Papers

Research Panel Reflection: ๐Ÿ”— How do computational thinking and mathematical thinking interact (in terms of knowledge, ways of thinking, and competencies)?

Practice Panel Reflection: Mathematics Education Incorporating Coding: Practical Challenges and Opportunities (forthcoming)
*The reaction note by Dr. Richard Noss (forthcoming)

Research Focus

๐Ÿ”— Computer programming in the professional development of future mathematics teachers, by Ana Isabel Sacristรกn, Marisol Santacruz-R, Joyce Mgombelo, Chantal Buteau & Eric Muller

Originally presented by Ana Sacristรกn at 45th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME 2022), Alicante (Spain), July 2022

๐Ÿ”— Computational modeling with Micro:bit in teacher education,
by Ami Mamolo, Sheree Rodney, Diane Tepylo

๐Ÿ”— Computational thinking and the Algebra Project: Developing voice, agency, and identity, by Brian R. Lawler, Alan Shaw & Bill Crombie

๐Ÿ”— Implications of translanguaging for teaching computational thinking in culturally/linguistically diverse mathematics classroom, by Ghusoon Alqassab & Immaculate Namukasa

๐Ÿ”— Understanding mathematics in real-life context through coding, by Hatice Beyza Sezer & Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

๐Ÿ”— Programming-based mathematics inquiry: The biggest challenges faced by students during course projects, and how they handle them, by Laura Broley, Chantal Buteau, Dorothy Levay, Neil Marshall, Eric Muller, Jessica Sardella, Joyce Mgombelo & Ana Isabel Sacristรกn

Originally presented by Jessica Sardella and Laura Broley at Fields MathEd Forum Research Day, Toronto (Canada), January 2022.

๐Ÿ”— Promoting the learning of complex and abstract mathematics concepts through AR and VR technology, by Marja Bertrand, Kelly Cluness & Immaculate Namukasa

๐Ÿ”— Computational tools in primary mathematics teaching โ€“ opportunities and challenges, by Siri Krogh Nordby

Other Contributions from Symposium Participants

๐Ÿ”— Using coding to enhance numeracy teaching and learning, by Andrijana Burazin, Taras Gula & Miroslav Lovric

๐Ÿ”— Coding and Computational Thinking: A time that came and went but will always be ours, by Elena Prieto- Rodriguez

Post-Symposium Reflections Through the Eyes of Graduate Students and Emerging Scholars.