Day 3
December 18, 2012 (Tuesday)


8:008:50 Registration: SSRU 


9:009:50 
Plenary Speech 1: Room 1: Chair: Nick Jackiw 



19962 Perspective drawing... How can Cabri 3D help deeper understanding of perspective? JeanMarie Laborde 

10:0010:30 Tea Break



10:0011:20 
Plenary Speech 2: Room 1: Chair: Jenchung Chuan 



19697 Students Will Excel If They Are Inspired WeiChi Yang 







11:3012:30 
Parallel Session IV: Presentations (Each contributed paper presentation slot is 20 minutes, unless otherwise specified. Please allow 3 minutes for Q&A, and 2 minutes for changeover) 



Room 1: (Chair: Alasdair McAndrew) 



11:3011:55 
19892 Teaching finite fields with opensource CASAlasdair McAndrew 



12:0012:25 
19702 UNION DISTINCT FAMILIES OF SETS, WITH AN APPLICATION TO CRYPTOGRAPHYMausumi Bose, Rahul Mukherjee 


Room 2: (Chair: Theodosia Prodromou) 



11:3011:55 
19893 Interactive Worksheets for Learning the Connection Between Graphic and Symbolic Object Representations Hitoshi Nishizawa, Takayoshi Yoshioka, Martti E. Pesonen, et al. 



12:0012:25 
19908 Connecting Probability to StatisticsUsing Simulated Phenomena Theodosia Prodromou 


Room 3: (Chair: Wee Leng Ng) 



11:3011:55 
19898 The Effects of a Portable Computer Algebra System (CAS) on Preuniversity Students Attitudes towards CAS Wee Leng Ng, Yee Dat Sun 



12:0012:25 
19901 STUDENTS SKILLS IN MATHEMATICAL COMPUTATION Patrick Galleto, Craig Refugio 



Room 4: (Chair: Liu Chengyang) 



11:3011:55 
20101 Some Analogous Forms For Locus convenient way for students to deepen their understandings on locusLiu Chengyang and Yang Jianyi 



12:0012:25 
20100 To Fulfil Track Simulation With HP39GSLiu Chengyang 






11:30  12:30 
Handson Workshops (GC stands for calculator workshops; CW stands for computer workshops) 


(GC Room 5) 20111 TINspire CX: a new experience in teaching and learning of Mathematics Tee Su Yin 


(CW2 Computer Room 2) 20113 Mathematical Modeling for High School Mathematics on Earthquake and Tsunami with the freeware 'dbookPro'Masami Isoda 


(CW3 Computer Room 3) 19996 Introduction to eTeaching and eAssessment of Secondary School / Undergraduate Mathematics using Maple Bill Blyth and Asim Ghous 


12:3013:30

Lunch
Break



13:3014:20 
Invited Speaker 4: Room 1: (Chair: Yoichi Maeda): 19933 Why should We Use Visualization within Math Science and Math Education? Vladimir Shelomovskii 



Invited Speaker 5: Room 2: (Chair: Keng Cheng Ang): 19940 A FORGOTTEN IMPORTANT TOOL IN THE NEW MATH CURRICULUM: RECURSION Antonio R. Quesada 



Invited Speaker 6: Room 3: (Chair: Krongthong Khairiree): 19868 Integrating Certain Products without Using Integration by Parts Tilak dealwis Invited Speaker 7: Room 4: (Chair: Jenchung Chuan): 19958 Angles as turn: A dynamic geometry conceptualization for the primary grades Nathalie Sinclair 


14:3015:30 
Parallel Session V: Presentations (Each contributed paper presentation slot is 20 minutes, unless otherwise specified. Please allow 3 minutes for Q&A, and 2 minutes for changeover) 


Room 1: (Chair: JeanMarie Laborde) 



14:3015:20 (50 minutes) 
19914 A Didactical Transposition of the Perspective Theorem of Guidobaldo Del Monte with Cabri 3D JeanJacques Dahan 


Room 2: (Chair: Pradip Dey) 



14:3014:55 
19909 Visualization of a Mathematical Model of Computation Pradip Dey, Gordon Romney, Mohammad Amin, et al. 



15:0015:25 
19917 Multiple Suggestions for Interactive SDE Estimation Ryoji Fukuda, Hiromi Yokoyama 


Room 3: (Chair: Wei Ching Quek) 



14:3014:55 
19704 Impact of Using Scientific Calculator In Examination Of Engineering MathematicsWei Ching Quek, Chew Peng KokMak 



15:0015:25 
19743 SPICE UP MATHEMATICS LESSONS WITH KODU ROHAIZA RAMLI 



Room 4: (Chair: Hideshi Yamane) 



14:3014:55 
19706 Sequences of Integrals in Experimental Mathematics  Hideshi Yamane 



15:0015:25 
19728 Determination Stability Ray of a Decision Making Unit in Definition of the Right and Left Returns to Scale REZA Shahverdi 






14:3015:30 
Handson Workshops (GC stands for calculator workshops; CW stands for computer workshops) 



(GC Room 5) 19793 Learning with a graphics calculator Marian Kemp, Barry Kissane 



(GC Room 6) 19899 Problem Solving with the TI84 Plus Graphing Calculator Wee Leng Ng 



(CW1 Computer Room 1) 19710 A HandsOn Experience with Virtual Calculus Tutor Jonathan Lewin 



(CW2 Computer Room 2) 19937 Visualization with GInMA in algebra teaching Vladimir Shelomovskii, Svetlana Nosulya 


15:3016:00 
Tea Break and Poster Sessions 



19760 Virtual Game in Classroom for Introducing 3D Vector OperationsHitoshi Nishizawa, Kohtaro Shimada, Takayoshi Yoshioka 19924 A classification and extension of the linkage from the view to constitute Chieko Fukuda, Kyoko Kakihana 19956 Learning to Solve Least Squares Curve/Line Method by Using Spreadsheets Sammy Khayat, Craig Refugio 19971 Matrix Operations Through SpreadsheetsCraig Refugio, Sami Khaya 19907 Ten years of GeoGebraBalazs Koren, Markus Hohenwarter, Zsolt Lavicza 


16:0017:00 
Parallel Session VI Presentations (Each contributed paper presentation slot is 20 minutes, unless otherwise specified. Please allow 3 minutes for Q&A, and 2 minutes for changeover) 


Room 1: (Chair: Vipul Shah) 



16:0016:25 
19925 Blending of Traditional Approach and Internet Technology to Teach Engineering MathematicsVipul Shah, Rajesh Sanghvi 



16:3016:55 
19777 Teaching Graduate Statistics Through SPSS Craig Refugio, Ma. Elsa Ilona Bulado, Evelyn Lazalita 


Room 2: (Chair: Chan Roath) 



16:2016:25 
19896 Free vibration of symmetric angleply laminated annular circular plate of variable thickness under shear deformation theory Viswanathan Kodakkal Kannan, Saira Javed, Zainal Abdul Aziz 



16:3016:55 
19910 2015 Mathematics Curriculum reform with using technology in Cambodia Chan Roath 


Room 3: (Chair: Ryoji Fukuda) 



16:0016:25 
19725 Monounary algebras and functional graphs in upper secondary school mathematics Helena Binterová, Eduard Fuchs, Marek ulista 



16:3016:55 
19918 Improvements and Evaluations of Tactile Graphical Viewer for the Visually Impaired Ryoji Fukuda, Akihiro Miura 



Room 4: (Chair: Wahyudi) 



16:0016:25 
19941 Technologybased Instruction in Statistics for Graduate Students  Rebecca Tolentino, Cayao Erlinda 



16:3016:55 
20110 Promoting the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Teaching and Learning of mathematics: SEAMEO QITEP in Mathematics Experiences  Wahyudi and Pujiati 






16:0017:00 
Handson Workshops (GC stands for calculator workshops; CW stands for computer workshops) 



(GC Room 5) 19900 Developing Deeper Understanding of Mathematical Concepts Through TINspire Learning Handheld Wee Leng Ng 



(GC Room 6) 19922 Technology, mathematics and hands on experiments Christopher Longhurst 



(CW1 Computer Room 1) 19938 Visualization with GInMA in geometry teaching Vladimir Shelomovskii, Svetlana Nosulya 



(CW2 Computer Room 2) 19945 Turning between Rhombic Triacontahedron and Dodecahedron Back and Forth, a workshop with Cabri 3D Jenchung Chuan 

09:0017:00 Exhibitions 

18:3020:30 IPC meeting 
