Format:

Short lecture: 25 minutes (with questions and answers)

Lecture: 55 minutes (with questions and answers)

Workshop in computer lab: 90 minutes (with questions and answers)

 

Submission:

If you want to deliver a (short) lecture or a workshop, please send an extended abstract (100 to 500 words) using the abstract submission form before March 31. You will be informed about the referees decision before April 11.

If you will send an abstract earlier (in February) we will try to answer as soon as possible.

In case of abstract acceptance the lecturers should provide the full paper for the conference.

 

Scope of conferences:

The TIME conferences - founded by the ACDCA (Austrian Centre for Didactics of Computer Algebra) - deal primarily with didactical issues connected with the use of technology.
 
The conferences for CAS in Education & Research are geared towards exploring the use of CAS software and  symbolic calculators in education (at the high school, lycée, college and university levels) and towards using these tools in programming and research.
 
These conferences are open to users of all symbolic/numeric systems (ie. not restricted to symbolic calculation as described). All interesting uses of technology related to mathematics education or innovative pedagogical approaches can form the basis of a conference lecture.


Topics include:

12th ACDCA Summer Academy

10th Conference for CAS in Education & Research

  • CAS-based curricula and teaching methods

  • Dynamic geometry systems as teaching tools

  • Assessing with technology

  • Internet as a teaching aid

  • Dispensable and indispensable mathematical skills and abilities

  • CAS as pedagogical tools for compensation and amplification

  • Demands on a Pedagogical CAS

  • New classroom examples using CAS

  • Future of CAS in Education

  • The next generation: PeCAS = Pedagogical CAS

  • CAS - Spreadsheet - Dynamic Geometry all in one?

  • Compulsory use of ICT in classrooms

  • Applications in mathematics, the natural sciences, research & development, economy, social sciences, industry, ...

  • Programming in Computer Algebra Systems

  • Interfaces to other programs/tools

  • Producing and using utility files and libraries

  • Problems and limitations

  • Web resources - going online

  • Connecting computer algebra and computational logic

  • Recreational Mathematics supported by CAS and Dynamic Geometry

  • Comparison of different computer algebra systems

  • Modelling and Simulating Dynamic Processes