20-25 Aug 2018 Montpellier (France)

About accepted participants' papers

Accepted participants will be invited to present one from among the following three kinds of papers according to the situation of their studies and research work:

  1. A presentation of preliminary results (with essential information about theoretical framework and methodology)
    - problem on which you have begun to work
    - motivation: educational and/or scientific relevance of the problem
    - how the problem is situated in current literature (state of the art)
    - moving towards the future: ideas about how to tackle the problem
    - (conceptual framework and research questions; method to answer the research questions)

  2. A presentation of research work in progress (research questions, theoretical framework, methodology,
    aims...)
    - problem on which you are working
    - motivation: educational and/or scientific relevance of the problem
    - how the problem is situated in current literature (state of the art)
    - conceptual framework and research questions;
    - method to answer the research questions: experimental design, etc.
    - eventually, some examples of data analysis

  3. A comprehensive information concerning personal graduate studies and/or research plans"
    - problem on which you have worked
    - motivation: educational and/or scientific relevance of the problem
    - how the problem is situated in current literature (state of the art)
    - essential information on conceptual framework; research questions;
    - method to answer the research questions: experimental design, etc.
    - short, representative examples of data analysis and results
    - conclusion, further research

In all cases, references should be reduced to a maximum of 12 (less than one page).

Papers should contain between 1 000 and 1 500 words (4 to 6 pages long). They have to be submitted by 31 May 2018. They will be distributed (according to thematic criteria) in different working groups and circulated before the Summer School. A balance between the three categories A, B and C will be considered in the composition of the working groups. A necessary condition for paper acceptance is that it clearly addresses Mathematics Education. As a consequence, the authors should make the relation of their research to mathematics education explicit.

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