Mathematical Transgressions (June 3-4) – program

Conference program

June 3, 2024

9:55 – 10:00 Opening
10:00 – 11:00 Lecture 1
Sabourou Saitoh

Emeritus Professor of Gunma University, Japan

Division by Zero 1/0 = 0/0 = 0 and Division by Zero Calculus; Their Basic Properties and Impacts

12:00 – 13:30 Session 1
Katalin Munkacsy

Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary

Kelecsényi Klára

University Neumann János, Hungary

Teaching analysis in secondary schools and in non-mathematical higher education


Mónica Arnal-Palacián

University of Zaragoza, Spain

Identification of the mathematical elements involved in the answer on the infinite limit of a sequence by prospective teachers


Barbara Barańska

University of the National Education Commission, Poland

The equation of a tangent line

15:30 – 17:00 Session 2
 Mateusz Tofilski

Szkoła w Chmurze, University of Silesia in Katowice

Development of Mathematical Skills in Self-Directed Learning and Homeschooling – Analysis of Educational Tools in Szkoła w Chmurze


Deepika Bansal, Venkateswaran Thathamangalam Viswanathan

Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali, India

Points of intersections in middle school science and mathematics in Indian curriculum – identifying opportunities for integrated teaching learning


Jessica Lins de Souza Fernandes           

Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

Lives in the Philosophy: Samba Schools’ parades as an Ethno-Mathema-Tics

18:00 – 19:00 Lecture 2
Norman Wildberger

University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

Towards a logical rational arithmetic as a foundation for maths education and research

19:00 – 19:30 Session 3
Łucja Farnik

University of the National Education Commission, Poland

Selected manifestations of Lakatos’ quasi-empiricism in contemporary algebraic geometry

June 4, 2024

10:00 – 12:00 Session 4
   Eva Ulbrich1, Mathias Tejera1, Angelika Schmid2, Zsolt Lavicza1

1 School of Education, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria

2 University of Ostrava, Czech Republic

From STEM to STEAM: mathematics teachers creating 3DMP projects for their lessons


Cecilia Russo, Zsolt Lavicza

Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Fostering Motivation and Transparent Assessment: Integrating Game Elements in Education


Guillermo Bautista, Jr., Abigail Gonzales, Theodosia Prodromou, Zsolt Lavicza, Markus Hohenwarter

Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Student Strategies in Function Art: Exploring Interdisciplinary Approaches


Filiz Mumcu, David Hornsby, Zsolt Lavicza, Chronis Kynigos

Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Enhancing STEM Education through the Fusion of Computational Thinking and Computer Science Education

15:00 – 16:00 Lecture 3
  Zsolt Lavicza

Johannes Kepler University, Austria

Inspiring teachers’ classroom innovations through the integration of Augmented/Virtual Reality and 3D printing  into their practices

16:00 – 17:00 Lecture 4
  James Tanton

Mathematical Association of America in Washington D.C.

The astounding visual story of place value: from base 10 to base x

18:00 – 20:00 Session 5
  Tamara Díaz-Chang          

Universidad Austral de Chile, Chile

Metacognitive strategies as cognitive transgressions in the learning process of certain mathematical concepts al the university level


Ángel Homero Flores Samaniego          

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Neuroscience and didactics: a dialogue in construction?


Jean-François Maheux

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Exploring the Transgressive Organics of Mathematical Traces


Jean-François Maheux

Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada

Simon Théberge

Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Canada

Exploring Connections Between Philosophy for Children and Relationships to Mathematical Knowledges in Educational Practice

20:00 – 20:10 Closing

Important notes:

  • Speech times are given in Polish time (CEST).
  • Each session presentation is given 30 minutes at the speakers’ disposal (including time for questions).
  • All lectures and presentations will be delivered online.
  • A link that allows participation in the conference will be sent to all registered participants at the end of May.
  • Since the conference is attended by people living in different time zones, each talk will be recorded, and participants will receive one-week access to all recordings.