15th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project

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15th International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project is titled ‘Theory and Practice: An Interface or A Great Divide?’ and will be taking place at the beginning of August in Maynooth University. The Mathematics Education for the Future Project was founded in 1986 as an international non-profit body to encourage innovation in mathematics, statistics, science & computer education. Since 1999 there have been 14 conferences throughout the world culminating in our Hungary Conference in September 2017, attended by 125 people from 22 countries. The conferences are renowned for their friendly and productive atmosphere and attract many of the movers and shakers in education.

Why Attend the International Conference of The Mathematics Education for the Future Project?

  • Participate in a programme specially designed to be useful and practical. As well as many varied and interesting papers, there will be Workshops, small interactive Working Groups, and the creative Open Forum of Ideas.
  • For research students/lecturers free double blind peer review is available for fully registered presenters. In addition all presented papers will be published in the printed conference proceedings and on the post-conference on-line web page.
  • For research students/lecturers free double blind peer review is available for fully registered presenters. In addition all presented papers will be published in the printed conference proceedings and on the post-conference on-line web page.
  • To hear new ideas from, and work with, our specially invited guests including Douglas Butler from the UK, Bradford (Brad) Hansen-Smith and Gail Burrill from the USA, Luckson Kaino from Tanzania,  Jasia Morska and Kasia Banach from Poland and Jan de Lange from the Netherlands.

Find out more about this event online here.


Gemma Creagh

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