Tentative Program of ATCM 2016

December 14, 2016 (Wednesday)


17:0018:00

Registration:


18:3020:30

Welcome
Reception

December 15, 2016 (Thursday)


8:008:50

Registration


9:0010:00

Opening
ceremony


10:0010:30

Tea
Break


10:3011:20

Plenary
Speech 1: Auditorium Room, Chair: WeiChi Yang
21271
Exploiting Digital Technologies for Learning Mathematics
PRESENTERS: Celia Hoyles and Richard
Noss


11:3012:30

Parallel
Session I: 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: JJ Dahan)



11:3011:55

21160 Homothetic
centers of three circles and their threedimensional applications
PRESENTER: Yoichi Maeda



12:0012:25

21179 Two
examples on discrepancy potentials of dynamic geometry software
PRESENTER: Yip Cheung Chan



Room
2: (Chair: Leong Kwan Eu)



11:3011:55

21206 A
Study of gamification on GeoGebra for remedial pupils in primary mathematics
PRESENTERS: KAI CEAT LIM, KWAN EU
LEONG



12:0012:25

21295 PUPILS''
GEOMETRICAL ACHIEVEMENT USING VAN HIELE''S PHASE BASED INSTRUCTION
PRESENTERS: Kwan Eu Leon and Geik
Tieng Poh



Room
3: (Chair: Betty Wan Niu Yoon)



11:3011:55

21222 Exploring
Derivative Functions using HP Prime
PRESENTERS: Betty Wan Niu Voon, Ling
Shing Wong



12:0012:25

21168 Enriching
the Teaching and Learning of Linear and Nonlinear Systems of Equations
through Developing a Module using HP Prime Graphing Calculator
PRESENTERS: Loreto Delizo and Joanne
Olos



Room
4: (Chair: Ian Allan Thomson)



11:3011:55

21192 Introducing
MATLAB into High School Mathematics PRESENTERS:
Ian Allan Thomson



12:0012:25

21191 The
Courselab VLE: Its Effect on the Achievement and Students Perception Toward
Learning Algebra
PRESENTER: Carmelita Ragasa


11:3012:30

Handson
Workshops I
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 5

21148 SPREADSHEETS
AND QR CODES WITH CASIO CLASSWIZ
PRESENTER: Wei Ching Quek



CAL
Room 6

21156 Mathematical
Problem Solving with a Graphing Calculator
PRESENTER: Wee Leng Ng


12:3013:30

Lunch
Break


13:3014:20

Invited
Speeches



Room
1:
(Chair: Yuan Yuan)
21294 Challenges
in Integrating Technology in Teaching and Learning Mathematics in Basic
Education
PRESENTER: Yuriko Yamamoto Baldin



Room 2: (Chair: JJ Dahan )
21209 Rhombohedra
Everywhere
PRESENTER:
Jenchung Chuan



Room 3: (Chair: Ma. Louise De Las
Penas)
21272 Outbox
Centroid Theorem: An Episode of Dynamic Geometry Exploration
PRESENTER:
Weng Kin Ho


13:3014:30

Handson
Workshops II
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 4

21157 Enhancing
the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics Through Handheld Technology
PRESENTERS: Wee Leng Ng



CAL
Room 5

21162 Learning
about equations with ClassWiz
PRESENTER: Barry Kissan


14:3015:30

Parallel
Session II: 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:Wee Leng Ng)



14:3014:55

21196 Using
Dynamic Geometry Software to Enhance Student Understanding of the Concept of
Speed
PRESENTERS: Wee Leng Ng and Foo Him Ho



15:0015:25

21216 Are
Mathematics Students' Learning Styles Related to Their Preferred Method of
Learning How to Use Advanced Calculators?
PRESENTER: Hazel Tan



Room
2: (Chair: Mr.Aditep Chaisang)



14:3014:55

21154 THE
COMBINED EFFECT OF OUTCOMEBASED EDUCATION (OBE) AND BLENDED LEARNING ON THE
STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN GENERAL MATHEMATICS
PRESENTER: Restituto Rodelas



15:0015:25

21169 The
Occurrence of Passive Intermodulation and Troubleshooting in Thailand Mobile
Industry
PRESENTERS: Aditep Chaisang and
Sinchai Anantapreecha



Room
3: (Chair: Leong Kwan Eu)



14:3014:55

21210 IMPACT
OF USING TINKERPLOTS IN STATISTICAL REASONING
PRESENTERS: Leong Kwan Eu and
Pavethira Seloraji



15:0015:25

21227 Teaching
and Learning of Geometry in Primary School Using GeoGebra
PRESENTERS: Boo Jia Yi and Leong Kwan
Eu



Room
4: (Chair:Maree Skillen)



14:3014:55

21166 Exploring
Mathematics with Technology
PRESENTER: Maree Skillen



15:0015:25

21218 Fostering
a Teaching Culture with Technology in Mathematics
PRESENTER: Maree Skillen


14:3015:30

Handson
Workshop III
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 5

21231 Mathematical
Modelling Using Handheld Technology
PRESENTER:
Thomas Yeo


15:3016:00

Tea Break and Poster Sessions



21237 Steady
Critical Surface Waves over a Bump with Surface Tension
AUTHORS: Jeongwhan Choi, Sangwon Lee,
Junkyung Kim, Sungim Whang



21265 Intention
analysis in explainer indications for elementary geometry documents using
laser pointer images
AUTHORS: Yuki Toyosaka, Naoki Tamura,
Ryoji Fukuda



21266 Visualization
of accuracy and reliability of approximation of density function in a
discriminant analysis
AUTHOR: Yuki Ogino, Yuki Toyosaka,
Ryoji Fukuda



21278 A
study of first graders'' performance in number line estimation
AUTHORS: Yuan Yuan and Minyuan Wei



21324 Geometric
Constructions with Cinderella and ketcindy  Application of mathematics to
mathematics in senior high school
AUTHOR: Hideyo Makishita



21352 Experimental
attempt to practice flip teaching with ShowMe
AUTHOR: Mahiko Takamura


16:0017:30

Parallel
Session III 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: Yosuke Sato)



16:0016:25

21198 On
Simple Representation of Locally Closed Sets
PRESENTERS: Yosuke Sato, Ryoya
Fukasaku, Katsusuke Nabeshima



16:3016:55

21201 Finding
the signature matrix of minimizing the Cayley transform by using Computer
Algebra
PRESENTERS: Dexuan Zhang, Yongbin Li,
Haocheng Zhou



17:0017:25

21219 Parallel
and Distributed Boolean Grobner Bases Computation in SageMath
PRESENTERS: Akira NAGAI and Yosuke
SATO



Room
2: (Chair: Minshik Choi)



16:0016:25

21176 Improving
Primary Mathematics Teaching and Learning with ORIGO Stepping Stones Online
Program
PRESENTER: Korakot Chonvichit



16:3016:55

21147 Use
Technology in Secondary Mathematics Teaching: Preparing Teachers for the
Future
PRESENTER: Munindra Mazumdar



17:0017:25




Room
3: (Chair:
Cherdsak Pakdeeviroch )



16:0016:25

21220 Development
Students'' Understanding the Formula of the Surface Area of Sphere through
the SAK handson Activity
PRESENTER : Cherdsak Pakdeeviroch



16:3016:55

21223 Preservice
Teachers'' Designing of Mathematics Activities Integrated the Use of the
Geometer's Sketchpad Software
PRESENTERS: Sasiwan Maluangnont,
Pilaluck Thongtip, Teerawit Tinprapa, Poonyapon Chanfoy



17:0017:25

21270 Multiple
Language Converter
PRESENTER: Joe Marlou Opella



Room
4: (Chair:
Chris Longhurst)



16:0016:25

31000 STEMWHAT
IS THE BIG DEAL AND THE IMPLICATIONS ON OUR MATHEMATICS CLASSROOMS
PRESENTER: Chris Longhurst



16:3016:55

21325 Discover
Pythagoras triangles in WASANThe role of the technology in the problem
discovery
PRESENTER: Shin Watanabe



17:0017:25



16:0017:00

Handson
Workshop IV
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 5

21163 Modelling
with spreadsheets on ClassWiz
PRESENTERS: Barry Kissane


13:3017:00

Network Originality Competition (NOC).
Special Event provided by HPChina. Everyone
is welcome to attend.
Room 6. All presentations are in
English unless otherwise specified.


Duration

Speaker

Content


13:3013:40 (10 minutes)

Zhang Fan

Introduction to special NOC events


13:4013:50 (10 minutes)

Wang Huiyun

Considerations and Future Development
of Introducing Information Technology into NOC Contest Applied Mathematics


13:5014:35 (30 minutes)

Student team led by teacher Li Hong
and Fan Lijun (9)

NOC Contest Applied Mathematics
Papers


14:3514:50 (15 minutes)

Chen Jinfan and Pan Yuanfu (student)

Using HP Prime to Explore the Beauty of Mathematics.


14:5015:05 (15 minutes)

Zheng Ke (teacher)

The
experimental study by graphing and mathematical proof of "the fixed
value phenomenon of areas in conic


15:0515:20 (15 minutes)

Coffee break


15:2015:35 (15 minutes)

Wu Xi (teacher)

Discussing the Visualization of Abstract Mathematical
Conclusions With Examples


15:3515:50 (15 minutes)

Gao Min(teacher)

Mathematically characteristic courses are
very popular with students


15:5016:05 (15 minutes)

Yang Zhichang(teacher)

Understanding
Technology
Promotes
Mathematics
Learning
to
Move
Closer
to
Tools


16:0516:20 (15 minutes)

Wang Huiyun

Conclusions


09:0017:00

Exhibitions


18:3021:00

Conference
Dinner and Culture Night

December 16, 2016 (Friday)


8:008:50

Registration


9:009:50

Plenary
Speech 2: Auditorium Room: Chair: Krongthong Khairire
IPSTThailand
PRESENTER: ???


10:0010:30

Tea
Break


10:0011:20

Plenary
Speech 3: Auditorium Room: Chair: Jenchung Chuan
21300 Locus,
Parametric Equations and Innovative Use of Technological Tools
PRESENTER: 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: Kenji Fukazawa)



11:3011:55

21205 Enhancement
of Plotting Environment of STACK with Gnuplot
PRESENTERS: Kenji Fukazawa and Yasuyuki
Nakamura



12:0012:25

21261 Solving
Sudoku Puzzle by Evolutionary Algorithm
PRESENTERS: Kedar Nath Das, Sumit Bhatia,
Shubhin Puri, Kusum Deep



Room
2: (Chair: Thomas Yeo)



11:3011:55

21229 STEM in Mathematics
PRESENTER: Thomas Yeo



12:0012:25

21253 The
Art of Using Modern Communication Technologies in Mathematics
TeachingLearning Process: Facebook and TextMessaging
PRESENTER: Rodulfo T. Aunzo, Jr.



Room
3: (Chair: Kam Ling Lao)



11:3011:55

21276 Knowledge
for early childhood educators to facilitate children's mathematics learning
under the influence of technology
PRESENTER: Kam Ling Lao



12:0012:25

21292 PERFORMANCEBASED
LEARNING EXPERIENCES ALGEBRA 1: INPUTS FOR THE ENHANCEMENT OF THE K12 GRADE
7 TEACHING GUIDE
PRESENTER: Maris Lasco



Room
4: (Chair: Victor Tan)



11:3011:55

21286 Online
Interactive Visualization Tools for Learning Linear Algebra
PRESENTERS: Victor Tan and Bao Rong Cham



12:0012:25

21293 Applying
math software to the real world PRESENTER:
Ogose Shigeki


11:3012:30

Handson Workshops V
(CAL stands for calculator
workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room
5

21164 Investigating mathematics with ClassWiz
PRESENTER:
Barry Kissane



CAL
Room
6

21165 Applying Instructional Technology Creatively In
Mathematics Education (to Deliver Content Knowledge and Develop Higher Order
Thinking Skills Effectively)
PRESENTER:
Poh Yew Teoh


12:3013:30

Lunch Break


13:3014:20

Invited Speeches



Room
1: (Chair: Barry Kissane)
21298 Technology
in Mathematics Education: A Stocktake & CrystalBall Gazing
PRESENTER:
Greg Oates



Room
2: (Chair: Jenchung Chuan)
21274 From
One to Infinity: What DGS Has or Could Have Changed in our Teaching and
Learning
PRESENTER: JeanJacques Dahan



Room
3: (Chair: Matthias Kawski)
21279 Quadratic
and Cubic Polynomials in Applied Problems: Finding Maximum  no Calculus,
using CAS (Maple)
PRESENTER: Bill Blyth


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: Debbie Marie Verzosa)



14:3014:55

31001 Proving
Apps via Mobile Technology
PRESENTERS: Debbie Marie Verzosa, Alva
Aberin and Ma. Louise D Las Peñas



15:0015:25

21153 Modeling
with Netlogo
PRESENTER: Crista Arangala



Room
2: (Chair: GT Springer)



14:3015:25
(50 minutes)

31002 Making
Mathematical Models with HP Prime
PRESENTER: GT Springer



Room
3: (Chair: Hong Li)



14:3014:55

21355 The
Use of Math Experiment in Students' Mathematics Learning: Case Study
PRESENTER: Hong Li



15:0015:25

21341 Exploration
of Linear Programming Problems with a Feasible Region as a Polygon Region
PRESENTER: Xi Wu


14:3015:30

Handson
Workshops VI
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 4

21167 Harnessing
the Power of HP Prime graphing calculator in Teaching Senior High School
Mathematics
PRESENTER: Helma Mesa



CAL
Room 5

21177 Deeper
Understanding of Mathematics Through Effective Use of Parameters
PRESENTER: Yew Fook Chan



COMP1 Room 6

21155 Introducing
MATLAB into High School Mathematics
PRESENTER: Ian Allan Thomson


15:3016:00

Tea
Break and Poster Sessions



21214 On the
Visualization of Three Perpendicular Theorem Using Projection Tool of
GeoGebra
AUTHORS: Minji Kim, Minshik Cho



21225 On
the misconceptions and enforcements of visualizing images of tangent line
AUTHORS: Seong Hwan Kim, Minshik Cho



21237 Steady
Critical Surface Waves over a Bump with Surface Tension
AUTHORS: Jeongwhan Choi, Sangwon Lee,
Junkyung Kim, Sungim Whang



21265 Intention
analysis in explainer indications for elementary geometry documents using
laser pointer images
AUTHORS: Yuki Toyosaka, Naoki Tamura,
Ryoji Fukuda



21266 Visualization
of accuracy and reliability of approximation of density function in a
discriminant analysis
AUTHORS: Yuki Ogino, Yuki Toyosaka,
Ryoji Fukuda



21278 A
study of first graders'' performance in number line estimation
AUTHORS: Yuan Yuan and Minyuan Wei



21324 Geometric
Constructions with Cinderella and ketcindy  Application of mathematics to
mathematics in senior high school
AUTHOR: Hideyo Makishita



21352 Experimental
attempt to practice flip teaching with ShowMe
AUTHOR: Mahiko Takamura


16:0017:30

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: Xinyue Zhang)



16:0016:25

21356 Express
Quadrilaterals by One Equation
PRESENTER: Lai Wei



16:3016:55

21357 Explore
the Definition of the Distance from a Point to a Parabola by using
Mathematical Experiment
PRESENTER: Siqi Jia



17:0017:25

21359 About
the Chinese Traditional Toy: Spirograph
PRESENTERS: Xinyue Zhang and Xuan Yao


16:0017:00

Handson
Workshops VII
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 2

21190
TechnologyAdvantaged Mathematics TeachingLearning Process: CASIO fx991EX
Classwiz
PRESENTERS: Rodulfo T. Aunzo, Jr



CAL
Room 3

21178 Improving
Student Engagement Through the Use of Handheld Technology
PRESENTER: Yew Fook Chan



CAL
Room 4

21180 Exploring
Graphs using HP Prime
PRESENTER:
Betty, Wan Niu Voon



COMP1
Room 5

21161 Coding
in Mathematics
PRESENTER: LC Mooi



COMP2
Room 6

21185 Assembling
10 Rhombic Hexahedrons into a Rhombic Icosahedron
PRESENTER: Jenchung Chuan


09:0017:00

Exhibitions


18:3021:00

IPC dinner

December 17, 2016 (Saturday)


8:008:50

Registration


9:009:50

Plenary
Speech 4: Auditorium Room: Chair: Wen Kin Ho
21297 Technology:
Inquiry based learning, inverse questions, and control
PRESENTER: Matthias Kawski


10:0010:30

Tea
Break


11:3012:30

Parallel
Session VII: 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: Yubing Leng)



11:3011:55

21360 The
Applications of Geometer's Sketchpad in the Process of Learning Geometry
PRESENTERS: Yubing Leng and Zixuan
Wang



12:0012:25

21221 Project
Based Learning in Science with Graphing Calculator Coupled Portable Sensors
PRESENTERS: Wong Ling Shing and Voon
Betty Wan Niu



Room
2: (Chair: Vladimir Shelomovskii)



11:3011:55

21204 Hexagrammums
PRESENTER: Vladimir Shelomovskii



12:0012:25

21217 Teaching
methodology for smart students with lessdeveloped abstract thinking skills
PRESENTERS: Vladimir Shelomovskii


10:3011:30

Handson
Workshops VIII
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



CAL
Room 3

21232 Mathematics
Modeling in Real Life
PRESENTER: Katrina Ng



COMP
Room 4

21186 An
Animation of Six Identical Cylinders Each Touching Exactly Four Others
PRESENTER: Jenchung Chuan



COMP
Room 5

21199 Creating
and designing furniture with Cabri 3D
PRESENTERS: JeanJacques Dahan and
JeanMarie Laborde



COMP
Room 6

21195 Putting
Autograph 4 to work
PRESENTER: Tim Harrison


11:3012:30

Invited Speeches



Room
1: (Chair: Barry Kissane):
21193 Can
Technology make a difference to school Mathematics Teaching?
PRESENTER: Douglas Butler



Room
2: (Chair:Yuan Yuan):
30001 Teaching
and Learning Mathematics with Mobile Technology
PRESENTER: Ma.Louise Antonette N.De
Las Peñas



Room
3: (Chair: José Antonio Vallejo):
30002 Exploring
the Objectives of Using Dynamic Geometry Software in the 21^{st}
Century Curriculum
PRESENTER:
Masami Isoda


12:3013:30

Lunch Break


9:0013:30

Exhibitions


13:30??:??

Conference Tour for Paid Foreign
Participants

December 18, 2016 (Sunday)


8:008:50

Registration


9:0010:00

Handson
Workshops IX
(CAL
stands for calculator workshops; COMP stands for computer workshops)



COMP1
Room 1

32003 Instructional
Materials for Primary Mathematics
PRESENTERS: Bhimmawajna Thammachai; Benjamas Laokwansathit; Ausanee Wongarmar



COMP2
Room 2

32001 The
Pedagogical Usability of GSP in Designing and Creating Mathematics
Instructional Materials
PRESENTER:
???



COMP2
Room 3

32002 Fun
Math with GeoGebra
PRESENTERS: Pinyada Klubkaew; Amarisa Chantanasiri; Nuanchan Ritkham; Pathamaporn Awachai; Puttoei Talawat, Ph.D.; Sasiwan Maluangnont, Ph.D.; Sutharot Nilrod, Ph.D.; Pattanachai Rawiwan


10:0010:30

Tea
Break


10:3011:30

Parallel
Session VIII: 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 2:
(Chair: Haftamu Menker Gebreyohannes)



10:3010:55

21202 Impact
of multimedia in Teaching Mathematics
PRESENTERS: Haftamu Menker
Gebreyohannes, Abdul Hadi Bhatti



11:0011:25

21203 Mathematical
Regression Modeling For Smart Environmental Weather forecasting
PRESENTER: Haftamu Menker Gebreyohannes


11:3012:30

Closing Ceremony


12:3013:30

Lunch
and Farewell
