December 18, 2015 (Friday)

8:008:50 Registration:
Leshan Normal University


9:009:50

Plenary Speech 2: Auditorium Room: Chair: WeiChi Yang



20898 TED Speech of Calculus:
Theory Exists in Case Qun Lin

10:0010:30 Tea Break


10:0011:20

Plenary Speech 3: Auditorium Room: Chair: Carl Liu



20826 See Graphs. Find
Equations. Myth or Reality? 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:
Stefan Oeyen)



11:3011:55

20920 Teaching
Probability and Statistics with a MOOC by using a Flipped Classroom Model Stefan
Oeyen



12:0012:25

20922 Simulating
the Spirograph Works by the Geometers Sketchpad Xuan Yao, Xinyue Zhang


Room 2: (Chair:
Zhihong Zheng)



11:3011:55

20932 Investigation
and Thoughts on Using Graphing Calculator to Promote Junior High Students’
Understanding of the Mathematics Essence Zhihong Zheng,
Xiang Fang



12:0012:25

20940 The Handheld
Technology in Flipped ClassroomsWei Wang

Room 3: (Chair: Jiang Ping)



11:3011:55

20934 The
Advantages of Ti calculator’s Operating Techniques in Math Teaching Jiang Ping, Zhang Xin



12:0012:25

20935 The
Construction of Uniform Polyhedron with the aid of GeoGebra Jiang Ping, Qiu Fawen


Room 4: (Chair:
Yubing Leng)



11:3011:55

20943 Information
Technology and Geometric Transformation research on the set which be made up
of geometric transformation through information technologyYubing Leng



12:0012:10

Student’s
presentation with HP.



12:1012:20

Student’s
presentation with HP.



12:2012:30

Student’s
presentation with HP.









11:30  12:30

Handson Workshops (GC stands for
calculator workshops; CW stands for computer workshops)


(GC Room 5) 20833 Enhancing the Teaching and
Learning of Mathematics Through Handheld Technology Wee Leng Ng


(CW Computer Room 1) 20770 Making Math Apps with
Geometry Expressions Phillip Todd


(CW Computer Room 2)
20828 Construction of Dual Patterns of Circles on a Sphere Jenchung Chuan


12:3013:30

Lunch Break


13:3014:20

Invited Speaker 4:
Room 1: (Chair: Jenchung Chuan): 20855 Educational Technology in
Functional Line of Mathematics Vladimir Nodelman



Invited Speaker 5: Room
2: (Chair: Hongguang Fu): 20857 Finding
best possible constant for a polynomial inequality Lu Yang and Ju Zhang



Invited Speaker 6:
Room 3: (Chair: Barry Kissane): 20859 New Explorations of
Old Mathematics via Spreadsheets Deane
Arganbright


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: Takuya Kitamoto)



14:3014:55

20958 Multivariate
Pade approximation using Quantifier Elimination Takuya Kitamoto



15:0015:25

20975 TextBased Communication
Tool for Mathematical Documents for Visually Handicapped Ryoji Fukuda, Yuki Toyosaka


Room 2: (Chair:
Hong Li)



14:3015:20 (50
minutes)

20941 The
Application of Information Technology in the Formation of the Concept of
Functions Hong Li, Peixin Li, Hao Ding


Room 3: (Chair:
Alasdair McAndrew)



14:3014:55

20912 Extending
Euclidean constructions with dynamic geometry softwareAlasdair McAndrew



15:0015:25

20988 Comparison of Chinese and Australian attitudes to CAS in
education Alasdair McAndrew,
Xiangzhao Li


Room 4: (Chair:
Yoichi Maeda)



14:3014:55

20830 Visualization
of quaternions with Clifford parallelismYoichi Maeda



15:0015:25

20732 Reduce Math Anxiety And Help Students Become Independent Learners
Using “Flipped Classroom” MethodPremjit Singh





14:3015:30

Handson Workshops (GC stands for calculator workshops; CW stands for
computer workshops)



(GC Room 5) 21004 Cyclic and Bicentric Quadrilaterals GT Springer



(GC Room 6) 20995 Origami
as a lowtech empowered by hightech handheld Calculator Chang Wenwu



(CW1 Computer Room
1) 20889 KETCindy  linkage between
dynamic geometry and TeX graphics Masataka Kaneko, Hideyo Makishita, Satoshi
Yamashita, Kiyoshi Kitahara, Setsuo Takato



(CW2 Computer Room
2) 20946 Dandelin’s theorem: dynamic visualization with Cabri 3D JeanJacques Dahan, JeanMarie Laborde


15:3016:00

Tea
Break and Poster Sessions



20907 Obstacles and Solutions for Using Computer in Saudi Mathematics
Education Zafer Alshehri
20955 An Online journey using Moodle for assessment of large groups:
Mathematics Students Experiences Pragashni Padayachee
21038 Malmquist Productivity Index with Fuzzy Data by Possibility
Theory Shivi Agarwal
21043 IMPLEMENTATION OPEN PROBLEMBASED LEARNING TO ABILITY OF
MATHEMATICAL REPRESENTATION AND STUDENT ANXIETYRika Yanti
21049 On Subordination of Harmonic Univalent Functions associated with
Wright''s generalized hypergeometric functions TRILOK MATHUR
23002 Webbased teaching of quadratic functions Guner ILICAN


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: Luan
Dequan)



16:0016:25

20980 An ExampleBased Illustration of Using Graphing Calculators in
Function Teaching Luan Dequan



16:3016:55

20852 Integrating
the External and Internal Beauty of Mathematics Ruijia Liu



17:0017:25

20954 The
application of the Logo language in junior high school geometry teachingTalking
from the polygon exterior Angle and proved Lu Xu


Room 2: (Chair:
Kang Shen)



16:2016:25

20863 Utilizing
Graphing Calculators to Develop Students’ Mathematical Thinking QualityKang
Shen



16:3016:55

20870 Using or not
using graphing calculator is differentThe depth integration of approaches
and strategies of information technology and mathematics teaching Zhiyong Zhang



17:0017:25

20879 HP graphing calculator application in statistical testing
"researched on the relation between vision and writing horizon" Xiaoguang Gu


Room 3: (Chair: Janchai
Yingprayoon)



16:0016:25

20867 New
Technology, New Ideas Min Jiang



16:3016:55

21045 Teaching
Mathematics using Augmented Reality (AR) Janchai Yingprayoon



17:0017:25

21046 Creative
Mathematics Activities in the Classroom Janchai Yingprayoon


Room 4: (Chair: Maria Ailynn Diansuy )



16:0016:25

21052 On the Application of Calculator in Solving Limits Involving
Indeterminate Forms Maria
Ailynn Diansuy



16:3016:55

21022 Effects of
Flipped Instruction on the Performance and Attitude of DMMMSUMLUC High
School Students in Mathematics IVRemalyn Casem



17:0017:25

2300 Two different
"environment" of the junior high school function Inspiration from
the students using handheld technology to explore the two functionWu Na


Room 5: (Chair:
ChuanBo Zuo)



16:2016:25

20891 The
Programming Button of HAWGENT Dynamic Mathematics SystemChuanBo ZUO,
ChuBiao LIN



16:3016:55

20896技术支持下在数学教学设计的思考、原则与案例ChuanBo
ZUO, MeiJu LI



17:0017:25

20921 Application of TI graphics calculator
in the exploration of dynamic changes Ma Ning.





16:0017:00

Handson Workshops (GC stands for calculator workshops; CW stands for
computer workshops)



(GC Room 6) 20937 The
Art of Parabolic Functions Ian
Sheppard



(GC Room 7) 20982 Unveiling
Classwiz FX991EX : Maximizing its Application in Mathematics Classes Maria Ailynn Diansuy



(CW1 Computer Room
1)



(CW2 Computer Room
2) 20945 Cabri 3D to check if enlightened black objects are seen as black
objects JeanJacques Dahan,
JeanMarie Laborde

09:0017:00 Exhibitions

18:3020:30 IPC meeting


December 19,
2015 (Saturday)

8:008:50 Registration: Leshan Normal
University


9:009:50

Plenary Speech 4: Auditorium Room: Chair: Wen Kin Ho



20771 Solve First – Ask Questions Later: discovering geometry using
Symbolic Geometry and CAS Phillip Todd

10:0010:30 Tea Break


10:3011:30

Special Session:
Auditorium Room: Chair: WeiChi Yang



21030 Graphics calculators and the school
mathematics curriculum: Perspectives and issues from three countries Barry Kissane, Wee Leng Ng, G.T.
Springer




11:3012:30 Invited Speeches


11:3012:20

Invited Speaker 7:
Room 1: (Chair: Jenchung Chuan): 21005 Teaching elementary
mathematics with virtual manipulatives: an introduction of Magic Board Yuan Yuan



Invited Speaker 8: Room
2: (Chair: Phillip Todd): 20902 Open source computer systems in
mathematics education Alasdair
McAndrew



Invited Speaker 9:
Room 3: (Chair: Barry Kissane): 20977 Technology in
the Mathematics Classroom: A Perspective from India Jonaki Ghosh


12:3013:30

Lunch Break

13:30

Conference Tour for Paid Foreign Participants





09:0013:30 Exhibitions










