Mathematics Education Research Kaleidoscope in Finland with Cambridge Mathematics

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27.4.2017
Mathematics Education Research Kaleidoscope – Cambridge Mathematics in University of Jyväskylä

Cambridge Mathematics is a University of Cambridge project in partnership with Mathematics and Education Faculties, Cambridge University Press and Cambridge Assessment.

Cambridge Mathematics aims to learn about how the Finnish mathematics curriculum was developed and written, whether there is and emphasis in learning through play, exposures or experiences in mathematics, are there any recent innovations in the mathematics curriculum and related research findings, and how IT is embedded into the maths curriculum and its assessment.

Free registration, here: https://www.jyu.fi/it/kyselyt/cambridge

PROGRAM

9.00-12.30, Exploring development of curriculum frameworks: Cambridge Mathematics & University of Jyväskylä, Auditorium 1
Lynne McClure, Rachael Horsman, Vinay Kathotia, Darren Macey

9.00-9.15 Opening

9.15-9.30 Introduction

9.30-10.45 Cambridge Mathematics Framework

10.45-11.00 Break

11.00-11.20 Deepening mathematical thinking, enjoyment and engagement by Laura Tuohilampi

11.20-11.40 A brief history and status update on mathematics curricula within the USA by Prof. Christopher S. Brownell

11.40-12.00 Introduction of University of Jyväskylä’s Educational Technology program by Leena Hiltunen

12.00-12.30 Next steps – Discussion, Questions and Feedback. Moderated by Rachael Horsman & Kristof Fenyvesi

12.30-13.30 Lunch break

13.30-14.45, Opportunities for multi- and transdisciplinary learning in Finnish schools, Auditorium 2

13.30-14.00 Multidisciplinary Approaches and Phenomenon-based Education in the Finnish National Core Curriculum by Iida-Maria Peltomaa & Aki Luostarinen

14.00-14.30 Kids Inspiring Kids in STEAM by Mirka Havinga, Leena Kuorikoski, Merja Sinnemäki & Kristof Fenyvesi

14.30-14.45 Discussion

14.45-15.00 Break

15.00-18.00 Collaboration, Technology and STEM to STEAM from Early Childhood to Secondary Education

15.00-15.20 Mathematicising together – Children and Adults in a Pre-School Learning Community by Sinikka Kaartinen

15.20-15.40 Technology education in Finnish basic education – Promoting equal possibilities for all pupils to discover technological topics by Sonja Niiranen

15.40-16.00 STEAM: Bringing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics near to families. An overview of early childhood STEAM activities in Mäki-Matti Family Park, Jyväskylä, by Otto Virkkula

16.00-16.20 Developing GeoGebra textbooks in upper-secondary school mathematics education by Erkki Luoma-Aho

16.20-16.40 Break

16.40-17.00 Teaching, Digitally Rich-Learning Environments and Institutional Innovation on the US West Coast: A Qualitative Analysis of Processes, Pedagogy, and Instructional Design Focusing on STEM by Prof. Charla Griffy-Brown and Prof. Chihiro Watanabe

17.00-17.20 Co-evolution between trust in teachers and higher education toward digitally-rich learning environments by Chihiro Watanabe, Kashif Naveed & Pekka Neittaanmäki

17.20-17.35 How to make interactive math material? by Vesa Lappalainen

17.35-17.50 Introducing STEM-Network, Finland (LUMA) by Anniina Koliseva & Lassi Pyykkö (University of Jyväskylä)

17.50-18.00 Closing

18.00-20.00 Inauguration of University of Jyväskylä, Faculty of Information Technology’s Agora Collection of Mathematical Art & STEAM Learning; Cocktails & Snacks

For more info, contact Kristof Fenyvesi (kristof.k.fenyvesi@jyu.fi)

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