ALM10 Conference


ALM10  Accommodation Booking Call for Papers Program Abstracts Proceedings


First CALL FOR PAPERS and INVITATION to lead a session 

We are now inviting contributions to the ALM10 conference in summer 2003. Contributions can be for one of five types of  presentation. In all cases, collaborations involving more than one author/presenter or group leader are encouraged. The organising committee would particularly like to encourage joint presentation from researchers and practitioners and reports of the results of action research by practitioners.
Deadline for all submissions 15 April 2003   (click here to complete the session application form)   
A member of the organising committee will respond to your submission by 30th April 2003  
Paper Presentations (45 minutes)
These are traditional style research reports to inform participants about your research work and findings. It is expected that about 20 minutes at the end of the session will be made available for questions and discussion.  
Workshops (45 minutes or 1 hour 30 minutes)
These can be used to report on projects or work in progress in an interactive and participative manner. The expectation is that presenters will either make the whole session interactive or will enable participants to contribute through activities or discussion for at least half the allocated time.
Topic Groups (2 x 1 hour 15 minutes)
Topic groups have met for 2 or more conferences so that discussions develop over time.
they will have two meetings during the conference, giving participants the opportunity for more in-depth discussions. Each topic group will have a convenor, and participants may make short planned contributions (maximum ten minutes); longer contributions will be considered by the programme committee and the convenor. Topic groups are in the same time slots (that is, participants can contribute to only one topic group).
Group A: Developing a theoretical framework on adult learning and teaching

Group B: Affective factors in adult mathematical learning

Group C: Mathematics education in the workplace

Discussion Groups (1 hour 15 minutes)   

These will probably take place in the same time slots as the Topic Groups, and may have one or two meetings. If you would like to set up a discussion group, please outline the questions for discussion and how you would start off the discussion.   
Poster Presentation (continuous display + 1 x 30 minute discussion time)
Poster presentations will be on permanent display and in addition there will be programmed sessions for contributors to discuss their presentations informally. This is an ideal opportunity to present very visual material that should receive wider dissemination. It is also an opportunity to present new ideas or experimental material in a supportive environment.
Please click here to complete the electronical session application form
or click here to use the rtf form that can be sent by email, fax or post.  

Please send your completed form and summary to:

By email (as a word or rtf attachment) Prof. Dr. Juergen Maasz

Fax: +43 732 2468 9188

Post (mail):  
Prof. Dr. Juergen Maasz 
Abt. fuer Didaktik der Mathematik
University of Linz
A - 4040 Linz
Telephone enquiries : +43 732 2468 9182


ALM10  Accommodation Booking Call for Papers Program Abstracts Proceedings