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RME2 Conference, October 12 - 14, 2009
University of Colorado, Boulder, USA
Online Proceedings
 
Welcome and opening David Webb / Henk van der Kooij  
 Keynote 1
 
 
Related Articles
Kolovou, A., M. van den Heuvel-Panhuizen,  A. Bakker & I. Elia (2008). An ICT environment to assess and support students’ mathematical problem-solving performance in non-routine puzzle-like word problems. In A. Gagatsis (Ed.), Research in Mathematics Education (pp. 175-190). Nicosia, Cyprus: School of Social Sciences and Sciences of Education, University of Cyprus.

Kolovou, A., M. van den Heuvel-Panhuizen & A. Bakker (2009). Non-Routine Problem Solving Tasks in Primary School Mathematics Textbooks – A Needle in a Haystack. Mediterranean Journal for Research in Mathematics Education8(2), 31-68.

Peltenburg, M., M. van den Heuvel-Panhuizen & B. Doig (2009). Mathematical power of special-needs pupils: An ICT-based dynamic assessment format to reveal weak pupils’ learning potential. British Journal of Educational Technology, 40(2), 273–284.

Van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, M., A. Robitzsch, A. Treffers & O. Köller (2009). Large-scale assessment of change in student achievement: Dutch primary school students’ results on written division in 1997 and 2004 as an example. Psychometrika, 74(2), 351-365.

Van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, M. & S. van den Boogaard (2008). Picture Books as an Impetus for Kindergartners’ Mathematical Thinking. Mathematical Thinking and Learning, 10, 341–373. 
Parallel Sessions 1
 
 
 
Technology Elementary level
Mieke Abels:
Numb3rs
Parallel Sessions 2
 
 
 
Technology
Middle School level
Peter Boon:
Development of internet based software in a RME context

Boon, P. (2009). A designer speaks. Educational Designer, 1/2.
Keynote 2a
 
 
Keynote 2b
David Webb / Henk van der Kooij:
 
Related Articles
Webb, D., N. Boswinkel & T. Dekker (2008). Tip of the Iceberg: Using Representations to Support Student Understanding. Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, 14(2), 110-114.

Webb, D.C. (2009). Designing Professional Development for Assessment. Educational Designer, 1(2).
Monday, October 12
Tuesday, October 13
 Keynote 3
 
Lorrie Shepard: Formative assessment 
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Parallel Sessions 3
Elementary
Mieke Abels / Willem Uittenbogaard:
Columnwise algorithms 
 
Middle grades
Truus Dekker / Meg Meyer: RME and formative assessment: What makes for a good problem?
 
Dekker, T. & M. Meyer. A pyramid full of problems
Dekker, T. & M. Meyer. Sample problems
 
 
Technology/High School level
Peter Boon & Fred Peck:
Development of internet based software in a RME context
Parallel Sessions 4
 
 
High school / UG
Jan de Lange: Designing PISA items: a challenge to think about 
 
Keynote 4
 
 
Related Articles
Marrongelle, K. & C. Rasmussen. Meeting New Teaching Challenges: Teaching Strategies that Mediate between All Lecture and All Student Discovery.

Rasmussen, C. & K. Marrongelle (2006). Pedagogical Content Tools: Integrating Student Reasoning and Mathematics in Instruction. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 37(5), 388-420.

Rasmussen, C. & O.N. Kwon (2007). An inquiry-oriented approach to undergraduate mathematics. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 26, 189–194.

Rasmussen, C. & H. Blumenfeld (2007). Reinventing solutions to systems of linear differential equations: A case of emergent models involving analytic expressions. Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 26, 195–210. 
Wednesday, October 13
 Keynote 5
 
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Parallel Sessions 5
Elementary
Willem Uittenbogaard:
Always 50 percent chance: win or lose! 
 
Middle grades
Mieke Abels:
Models you can count on
 
High school / UG
Chris Rasmussen:
The Role of Brokers in the Reinvention Process