Keynote Speakers

The influence of TIME on my teaching and research.

Stephan V. Joubert. Department of Mathematics and Statistic. Tshwane University of Technology. Pretoria, South Africa
Digital Instruments and Mathematical Reasoning

Luis Moreno Armella. Department of Mathematics Education, Cinvestav, IPN. Mexico
Statistical Concepts and Information Technology

Silvia RuizVelasco Acosta. Department of Probability and Statistics, IIMAS, UNAM. Mexico.
The new technologies in Mathematics: A history of 30 years.

Agustín de la Villa Cuenca. Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Spain.
The Potential of Multimodal Technologies for Learning Mathematics.

Stephen Hegedus. School of Education, Southern Connecticut State University. USA
Applying technology in the essential aspects of mathematics education: the comprehension of ideas.

José Luis Abreu León. Mathematics Institute, UNAM. Mexico.
Computer science and the teaching of the mathematics

Javier Bracho Carpizo. Mathematics Institute, UNAM. Mexico.
Proceedings

Special issue in IJTME will be produced with selected papers from the Conference
Call for papers
Academic Program
Wednesday, June 29  Auditorium Yelizcalli  102 Yelizcalli  103 Yelizcalli  104 Yelizcalli  303 Yelizcalli  304 Yelizcalli  
8:30  9:00  Registration  
9:00  10:00  Opening Concert: Saxophone Cuartet  
10:00  11:00  KN01 Statistical Concepts and Information Technology S. RuizVelasco 

11:00  11:30  Coffee Break  
11:30  12:30  LL01 Third Degree Polynomial Equations M. Beaudin F.Henri 
LL02 Hypothetical learning trajectories that use digital technology to solve an optimization problem R. Elizondo A.HernándezSolís 
LL03 Teaching Mathematics and Statistics Using a CAS and Statistical Software Package  Findings from Student Surveys K. Schmidt 

12:30  13:00  SL01 Quadrature methods for functions of low smoothness, suitable for undergraduate students I. Fedotov & T. Fedatova 
SL02 Influence of Geogebra on learning Analytic Geometry. R.E. Valdez & V. Larios 
SL02 Classical Optimization for inventory management and control with Maple. P.E. BalderasCañas 

13:00  14:30  Lunch Break at Tlahuizcalpan  
14:30  15:30  LL04 The change from a calculation oriented to a problem solving oriented mathematics education supported/caused by technology H. Heugl 
WS01 Part 1 R³: Reproducible Research with R. A. Nosedal 
WS02 Part 1 Dynamic Riemann sum to evaluate integrals and volume with TI N'Spire JJ. Dahan 

15:30  16:00  SL04 Correlation, independence and ANOVA: An informal approach. H.Hernández 

16:00  16:30  SL05 The impact of computer use on learning of quadratic functions S.Pihlap 
SL06 TINspire as a technological support in learning conics: the case of ellipse. Á. Flores, A. Gómez & X. Chávez 
SL07 An exploratory study of the use of digital resources in math class: orchestration and mathematical work spaces. M. Santacruz & A.I. Sacristán 

16:30  17:30  KN02 The influence of TIME on my teaching and research. S. Jouvert 
Social Program

Wednesday. June 29th.
9:00  9:50. Opening concert: Saxophone quartet.

Thursday. June 30th.
18:00  23:00. Mexican dinner. Casa Club del Académico.

Friday. July 1st.
 University Cultural Centre (CCU).
English. 20 persons.
Spanish. 20 persons.  Central Campus CU.
English. 30 persons.
Soft rubber shoes required.
10:30  12:30. Conference Tour. (Guided Visit)

The program for accompanying persons includes TIMER's social program and a visit to Teotihuacán.

AnacrúSax. Saxophone quartet