|Kratki naziv||MCG 10|
|We are pleased to announce that the 10th International Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness Conference (MCG10) will be held in Cyprus, during April 2017. The MCG conference is managed by the International Group for Mathematical Creativity and Giftedness. It aims at promoting mathematical creativity and giftedness in students of all ages and backgrounds, and supporting interested mathematics educators, mathematicians, researchers and other individuals. The suggested topics will allow presentation of research, fruitful debate and opportunities for interaction among professionals with interdisciplinary interests.|
The Scientific Committee encourages researchers, faculty members, teachers, psychologists and students to submit papers to the Conference. The papers should be written in English, which is the official language of the conference.
The goal of a research report is to present authentic research in the field of mathematical creativity and giftedness. A Research Report can be either an empirical or a theoretical paper.
The duration of each presentation will be 30 minutes: 20 minutes for the oral presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.
This type of presentation will include descriptions of the teaching practices, curricula, projects and programs aiming at the development of students' mathematical creativity and giftedness. A project report should include the purpose of the project, its instruments, the challenges addressed, and the outcomes that demonstrate the effectiveness of the project. The duration of each presentation will be 30 minutes: 20 minutes for the oral presentation and 10 minutes for discussion.
The goal of a symposium is to initiate dialogue and discussion on related important issues. We expect that each symposium will frame a research agenda for future research. The symposia will focus on selected topics related to the conference and coordinated by members of the international program committee and invited experts. Proposed symposia could address the following themes:
Mathematical creativity and giftedness in:
The symposia papers should present their focus on research ideas in the field, authentic research questions and offer an outline of the discussions and interactions that will take place among the participants.
This type of presentation will require the active involvement of the participants, and will emphasize problem-solving and hands-on activities. Short papers (two pages only) should include the goals of the workshop and the ways in which the participants will be involved in the activities. Each workshop will be allotted in total 90 minutes.
Poster Presentations are available for those whose work is more suitably communicated in a pictorial or graphical format or demonstration (e.g., computer program), rather than through an oral presentation. Poster presentations require a two-page short paper that describes the content of the poster.
The acceptance of papers for all types of presentations will be based on a peer review process. The review forms can be downloaded from: The "Forms for reviewers" page. All accepted papers will be published in the electronic proceedings.
NOTE: Due to the large number of papers expected for this conference, the committee only allows an author to register for at most two papers.
|Naučna oblast||Formalne nauke
|Vremenska zona||(GMT +2:00) Kaliningrad, South Africa|
|Rok za prijavu učešća||20.04.2017.|
|Kontakt osoba||Easy Conferences|
|Kontakt telefon||+357 22591900|