First Central and Eastern European Conference on Computer Algebra and Dynamic Geometry Systems in Mathematics Education
University of Pécs, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering, Hungary, 2023 June, 2007  http://matserv.pmmf.hu/cadgme
Conference Schedule
Wednesday, 20 June 



15:00  17:45 Registration 

17:45 – 18:00 Conference opening (Room: Main Auditorium) 

18:0018:45 Plenary Talk I (Room: Main Auditorium) Kenneth Ruthven – University of Cambridge, UK Herschel’s heritage and today’s technology integration: a postulated parallel 



18:4519:30 Plenary Talk II (Room: Main Auditorium) Colette Laborde  Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France 





19:3021:00 Welcome reception 



Thursday, 21 June 





8:3010:00  Session I 



Room: 352 
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General Session 
General Session 
Working Group: RPCK 
Working Group: RPDM 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Vlasta KokolVoljc 
Chair: Ildiko PerjesiHamori 
Chair: Djordje Kadijevich 
Chair: Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno 
Ulrich Kortenkamp

Phil Ramsden, Reinhard Simonovits and Bernd Thaller 
Rein Prank Automatic assessment possibilities in problem solving environment with detailed diagnosis of errors 
Gábor Horváth, Antal Joós, and Bálint Nagy 
Valentyna Pikalova and Manfred J. Bauch 
András Ringler 
Beyond DGS  Simulations and Scripting with Cinderella

M@th Desktop and the LTM Project 
Dmitri Lepp 
Cvetka Rojko 
Jelena Tatar The influence of CAS on the development of procedural and structural knowledge 
Temel Kosa, Adnan Baki, and Bulent Guven Using dynamic geometry software Cabri3D to improve students’ spatial skills 

Natalia Budinski, Miroslav Novta, and Djurdjica Takaci Computer generated questionnaires to evaluate students’ understanding of mathematical concepts 
Marina Issakova How does an interactive learning environment affect the students’ learning? 







10:3012:00  Session II 



Room: 352 
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Room: 434 
Room: 244 
Room: 246 
General Session 
General Session 
Working Group: RPCK 
Working Group: RPDM 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Luc Trouche and Nurit Zehavi 
Chair: Mihaly Klincsik 
Chair: Djordje Kadijevich 
Chair: Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno 
G. Noel and A. Vandenbruaene 
János Karsai 
Matija Lokar, Vladimir Batagelj, and Iztok Kavkler 
László Kóródi and Lajos Szilassi 
Mária Slavíčková and Ingrida Kraslanová 
István Lenart 
Apprenti Geometre 

Roger Brown, Einir Wyn Davies, Peter Flynn, and John Monaghan 
Judith Preiner and Markus Hohenwarter Creating and implementing multimedia lessons for the middle grades 
Yilmaz Aksoy, Mehmet Bulut, and Seref Mirasyedioglu 
Zeljka Milin Sipus, Jelena Gusic, and Petar Mladinic The Geometer’s Sketchpad as a learning and teaching tool in Croatia 

Przemyslaw Kajetanowicz and Jedrzej Wierzejewski Application of Computer Algebra Systems in automatic assessment of math skills 
Eno Tonisson and Nadezda Velikanova Answers to equations from school textbooks offered by computer algebra systems 





12:0013:30  Lunch 





13:3014:15 Plenary Talk III (Room: Main Auditorium) Bruno Buchberger  RISC, University of Linz, Austria Lazy Thinking: A reasoning strategy for inventing algorithms 





14:3016:00  Session III 



Room: 352 
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General Session 
Working Group: CAEV 
Working Group: RPCK 
Working Group: ARME 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Elena Smirnova 
Chair: János Karsai 
Chair: Djordje Kadijevich 
Chair: Bruno Buchberger 
Markus Hohenwarter 
Lajos Szilassi and László Kóródi 
Masataka Kaneko, Setsuo Takato, Masayoshi Sekiguchi, Yuuki Tadokoro, Satoshi Yamashita CASaided visualization in LATEX documents for mathematical education — achievements of KETpic 
Roman Hasek and Vladimira Petraskova 
Mihaly Klincsik and Csaba Sárvári
Comparisons of capabilities of the CAS and spreadsheets 
Robert Vajda Report on the CreaComp Project: Linking computer algebra and automated reasoning for providing a new learning environment for elementary analysis 
Visualization of solid figures in practice with Euler3d and MAPLE 

Mazen Shahin 
Djordje Herceg and Dragoslav Herceg 
Zoltán Kovács 
G. Aguilera, J.L. Galán, A. Gálvez, Y. Padilla, and P. Rodríguez Developing propositional classical logic automated theorem provers for education 

Djurdjica Takaµci The introduction of the limits of functions by using computer 
János Karsai Compact courses on Computeraided Visualization and experimentation 





16:0016:30– Coffee Break 



16:3018:00  Session IV 



Room: 352 
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General Session 
Working Group: CAEV 
Working Group: ICCAS 
Working Group: ARME 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Kenneth Ruthven 
Chair: János Karsai 
Chair: Karl Josef Fuchs 
Chair: Bruno Buchberger 
Homero Flores and Cvetka Rojko 
Philipp Todd 
Daniel H. Jarvis 
Tolga Kabaca and Muharrem Aktumen 
J. L. Galán, G. Aguilera, M. Á. Galán, A. Gálvez, A. J. Jiménez, Y. Padilla, and P. Rodríguez 
Marvin Schiller, Christoph Benzmueller and Dominik Dietrich Proof step analysis for proof tutoring  A Learning approach to granularity 
Modelling with Sketchpad in the Teaching of Mathematics 
Solving Problems with Geometry Expressions and CAS 
Mladinic Petar, Jelena Gusic, and Zeljka Milin Sipus How does the Geometer’s Sketchpad uncover complex numbers in space 
Svetlana Maletin and Verica Govedarica 
Karl Josef Fuchs and Éva Vásárhelyi 
Dominik Dietrich and Mark Buckley Verification of humanlevel proof steps in mathematics education 

Otto Wurnig Introduction of the parabola in form 11 with the use of GeoGebra and CAS 
Ildiko PerjesiHamori and Csaba Sarvari 







18:1519:00 Plenary Talk IV (Room: Main Auditorium) Edith Schneider  University of Klagenfurt, Austria 





19:0021:00 Dinner 



Friday, 22 June 





8:3010:00  Session V 



Room: 352 
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General Session 
Working Group: CAEV 
Working Group: ICCAS 
Working Group: ARME 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Daniel Jarvis 
Chair: János Karsai 
Chair: Karl Josef Fuchs and Éva Vásárhelyi 
Chair: Bruno Buchberger 
Ramon Eixarch 
Zoltán Kovács 
Peter Csiba Application of mathematical software’s on J. Selye University in Komarno 
Igor E. Poloskov and Olga V.Sandakova Using CASMathematica for teaching mechanics

Tünde Berta Graphical calculators in pre and inservice teacher training 
Wolfgang Windsteiger 

Vladimir Nodelman 
Mehmet Bulut, Yilmaz Aksoy, and Beref Mirasyedioglu The effects of CAS in the development of problem solving abilities 
Matija Lokar 
Adrian Craciun and Madalina Hodorog The quotient–remainder theorem for natural numbers: Discovery by lazy thinking 

Emiliya Velikova and Valentina Voinohovska Computeraided scientific research of students for creating original mathematical problems 





10:0010:30 – Coffee Break 



10:3012:00  Session VI 



Room: 352 
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Room: 246 

Working Group: CAEV 
Working Group: FTIG 
Working Group: RPDM 
Workshop 
Workshop 

Chair: János Karsai 
Chair: Ulrich Kortenkamp 
Chair: Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno 
Silva Kmetic 
Burkhard Alpers 

Muharrem Aktümen and Tolga Kabaca 
Kate Mackrell 
Jack Carter and Beverly J. Ferrucci Compositions of Dilations and Isometries in CalculatorBased Dynamic Geometry 
An approach to teaching and leaning using program Graph 
Using Computer Algebra / Technology for modelling and application 

Radivoje Stojkovic, Djurdjica Takači, and Jasminka Radovanović 
Andreas Fest, Ulrich Kortenkamp, Anne Geschke, and Dirk Materlik 
Zsolt Lavicza 


Zlatko Udovicic and Vesna Satev Mathematica and convergence 





12:0013:30 – Lunch 



14:3016:00  Session VII 



Room: 352 
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Room: 434 
Room: 244 
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Working Group: ITME 

Working Group: FTIG 
Working Group: RPDM 
Workshop 
Workshop 
Chair: Éva Vásárhelyi 

Chair: Ulrich Kortenkamp 
Chair: Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno 
Colette Laborde 
Jelena Gusic, Milin Sipus, and Petar Mladinic 
Jozef Hvorecký and Lilla Koreňová 

Philip Todd Geometry Expressions: an interactive constraint based symbolic geometry system 
Bulent Guven and Adnan Baki Integrating spherical geometry into geometry curriculum by means of Spherical Easel program 
Connecting geometrical, numerical and algebraic aspects of 3D geometry using Cabri3D 
Exploring symmetries with secondary school students an introduction to mathematical concepts 
Anna Rybak and Istvan Lenart 

Peter Lebmeir and Jürgen RichterGebert Recognizing the type of a locus with scriptable dynamic geometry software 
Hakan Sandir, Ahmet Arýkan, and Mehmet Bulut Preservice mathematics teachers’ views on dynamic mathematics software 



16:0016:30– Coffee Break 





16:3017:15 Plenary Talk V (Room: Main Auditorium) Luc Trouche  National Institute of Pedagogical Research, Lyon, France Resources for teaching mathematics in ICT environments: which, who and how? 





17:30 – Excursion to Villany 



Saturday, 23 June 





9:0010:30  Session VIII 



Room: 352 
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Room: 354 
Room: 434 
Room: 244 
Room: 246 
General Session 
Working Group: ITME 
Working Group: FTIG 
Working Group: RPDM 

Workshop 
Chair: Djordje Kadijevich 
Chair: Éva Vásárhelyi 
Chair: Ulrich Kortenkamp 
Chair: Stephen Hegedus and Luis Moreno 
Jozef Hvorecký and Lilla Koreňová

Kate Mackrell 
Piroska B.Kis 
Alla Stolyarevska 
YipCheung Chan 
Anna Rybak Using ICT in math education: How to investigate its influence on students’ cognitive achievements? 
Introduction to Cabri3D 

Eno Tonisson Real and complex domains in school mathematics and in Computer Algebra Systems 
Hans–Stefan Siller Modelling – A pivotal Idea for Interdisciplinary Teaching in Mathematics and Computer Science 
Aleksandar Lipkovski Some examples of educational use of CA and DG software 
Nurit Zehavi and Giora Mann The tension between parametric registers and explicit patterns 










10:3011:00 – Coffee Break 





11:0011:45 Plenary Talk VI (Room: Main Auditorium) Vlasta KokolVoljc  University of Maribor, Slovenia 





11:4512:00 – Conference Closing (Room: Main Auditorium) 



12:0013:30  Lunch 



15:00  Pecs World Heritage Site excursion – Free of charge for all participants 


Time allocation:
In the General Sessions presenters have 20 minutes to talk and 10 minute is allocated for questions.
In the Working Group sessions we advice to allow 20 minutes for presentations and (2 times) 25 minutes discussion, however, time allocation depend on the organization of working groups and the consensus between participants and WG leaders.
Working Groups:
ARME  Automated Reasoning and Mathematical Education
CAEV  Computeraided Experiments and Visualization in Education
FTIG  Future Trends in Interactive Geometry
ICCAS  Informatical Concepts and CAS
RPCK  Relating procedural and conceptual knowledge of mathematics through CAL
RPDM  Research perspectives of the impact of dynamic mathematics on teaching and learning
ITME  Integrated Use of Tool in Mathematics Education
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