The scientific programme

The scientific programme includes:

Pre-congress workshops (Sunday 24 June, 14:00-17:00)

Plenary addresses by invited speakers, including overseas speakers

Plenary Panel discussions on various issues in Mathematics Education

Parallel sessions presented by participants
The parallel sessions will be structured according to the Foundation Phase, Intermediate Phase,
Senior Phase, FET, and Teacher Education, in the following formats:
o Long papers (40 minutes plus 20 minutes discussion)
o Short papers (20 minutes plus 10 minutes discussion)
o "How I teach" papers (20 minutes plus 10 minutes discussion)
o Poster presentations (continuous display plus one hour for discussions)
o Workshops (1 or 2 hours)

Activity Centre
Hands-on practical activities to enhance teachers' and learners' mathematical concepts

AMESA Interest Groups discussion sessions
o Curriculum Phase Committees
o Mathematics Teacher Education
o Mathematical Problem Solving
o Writing and reviewing for AMESA

Exhibits and Maths Market presentations
Exhibitors will exhibit and promote their products