The conference Visuality & Mathematics – Experimental Education of Mathematics through Visual Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities held in Belgrade, Serbia, Sep 17-19, 2014 is organized by the Tempus Project 530394-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-HU-TEMPUS-JPHES "Visuality & Mathematics: Experiential Education of Mathematics through Visual Arts, Sciences and Playful Activities" with the focus of bringing together scientists, students and teachers working on and using advanced methods for development of technology and the pragmatic educational methods in the field of mathematics and other sciences.
Topics and Scope of the Conference
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Mathematical Modelling in Teaching
- Mathematics and Arts
- Mathematics and Sciences
- Mathematics and Real Life
- Mathematics and Games
Requirements for the Submission
For the Submission please use the template for classroom examples.
Filled template send in a separate file: vismath_SURNAME_edutool.doc
Filled template should be send until the 30th of August to the following contact:
During the conference there will be the possibility to offer workshops as “testing experiments”. Please do not forget to inform us whether you are planning to present your toolkit - or not!
A jury consisting of representatives from the research partners will select educational toolkits, which will be presented online via this homepage.
The selected submissions will be presented as short presentations on the conference and published in a special issue of the electronic journal "Visual Mathematics" published by the Mathematical Institute.
Participation includes the agreement that photos & texts of the educational toolkit designersmight be published on the VISMATH Website and others related to the research project and in printed proceedings.
Full submission: 30th August 2014
Conference: 17th - 19th September 2014
The conference will be held in Belgrade Metropolitan University, Tadeuša Košćuška 63, Belgrade, Serbia.
Dragan Domazet, Belgrade Metropolitan University, Serbia
Kristof Fenyvesi, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Slavik Jablan, ICT College of Vocational Studies, Serbia
Ruth Mateus-Berr, University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria
Ljiljana Radović, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts
Ibolya Szilágyi, Eszterházy Károly College
Đurđica Takači, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
For any further questions, please contact Madlena Domazet and Milan Todorovic at email@example.com