TIME CONFERENCE 2019

Biennial Conference of Mathematics Department, IIT Bombay
Jointly organized by IISER, Pune & BATU, Lonere

(Revised Date) 26 - 28 December, 2019

Venue: The Center of Excellence in Science and Mathematics Education(CoESME), IISER, Pune, INDIA


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We hope to receive funding for financial assistance to teachers making paper presentations.

Technology and Innovation in Math Education
TIME 2019

TIME 2019 is Ninth conference in the series that was started in 2005.

The TIME conferences are national conferences held every two years. TIME conferences serve a dual role: as a forum in which mathematics educators and teachers will come together to discuss and probe major issues associated with the integration of technology in mathematics teaching and learning, and as a place where they can share their perspectives, personal experiences, and innovative teaching practices. The 8th TIME 2017 was held at Kochi and attracted 170 participants. For more details, see www.math.iitb.ac.in/TIME2019

Themes & Format
TIME 2019

Themes

Two main themes proposed are
• Role of technology in teaching of mathematics.
• Innovative practices in teaching mathematics.


Format

The event will have


Panel Discussions

• “Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers”.

Registration and Paper presentation
TIME 2019

Procedure for participation

Mathematics educators, teachers (schools / colleges/ higher education) are invited to participate in the event. To participate in the conference, you need not to make a presentation. Simply register for TIME 2019 and attend all the talks to learn about the role of technology in Mathematics education. As a registered participant you can paticipate in the various discussions and workshops.
Registration entitles you to
• Registration kit,
• Lunch and tea twice daily from 26-28th December 2019.
• Participation in all lectures, workshops, presentations.
• Banquet dinner is charged extra (Rs. 300/= per person)



Paper presentation

An abstract of the proposal in the prescribed format indicating the topic and objective should reach the academic coordinator (see details in the format for submission) the address mentioned in the format latest by 30th August, 2019. If accepted, The complete presentation should be submitted by 30th October, 2019.

The last date of submission of abstract for paper presentation extended to 15th October 2019.


We hope to receive funding for financial assistance to teachers making paper presentations.


The themes of the conference are as follows:      
    Theme 1: Use of technology in the mathematics classroom
  •      Presentations in this strand may include the use of Dynamic Geometry Software (DGS), spreadsheets, Graphics Calculators, Computer Algebra Systems (CAS) and other software and ICT tools for teaching and learning mathematics at various levels of school or college. Emphasis must be on the use of technology for enhancing mathematics learning and also on the pedagogical issues encountered while integrating a tool in the teaching learning process.

  • Theme 2: Use of Innovative resources in mathematics classrooms
  •      Presentations in this strand may include any innovation which has had a positive impact on teaching and learning mathematics at any level, be it primary, upper primary (middle school), secondary, senior secondary or college level. Presentations on specific activities which highlight an important mathematical concept or some aspect of a topic of school mathematics and which can be conducted in a mathematics laboratory will also be welcomed.

  • Theme 3: Mathematics Modelling and Applications in School Mathematics
  •      Presentations in this strand may focus on how modelling and applications of mathematics can be included in the school curriculum to help student appreciate the relevance of mathematics to various subject disciplines and also to solve problems in real life.

  • Theme 4: Mathematics Curriculum and Assessment
  •      This strand will focus on presentations which emphasise the relevance of various topics in the curriculum and on how assessment of learning in these topics may be done through innovative means.

  • Theme 5: Mathematics in non-formal spaces
  •      This strand of the conference will focus on mathematics learnt in out-of-school settings - in informal and non-formal spaces. The nature of mathematics and mathematics learning undertaken by individuals for the purposes of personal, social, political or economic development is of interest to the field of mathematics education. Presentations in this strand may be based on efforts made by individuals as well as organisations to popularise mathematics in the community through various innovative initiatives.
  • Abstract submission form.




Registration

All the participants will have to register for the conference. You can register for the TIME 2019 by sending your details in the registration form



Registration Fees:

  • Teacher From School/ College:
    Rs. 1500/= till 31 October 2019
    Rs.2500/= after 1st November,2019/ On the spot

  • Non-Teachers:
    Rs. 2500/= till 31st October, 2019
    Rs. 3000/= after 1st November, 2019/ On the spot

We hope (depending upon availability of funds) to support the participation of a limited number of outstation participants towards local hospitality for TIME 2019


Accommodation will be made available to outside participants on payment first cum first served basis. See registration form for more details.

Guest speaker

Inaugural Function

Prof. K. Subramanian

Director, HBCSE

Prof.K. Subramaniam

K. Subramaniam is Professor and Centre Director of the Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India. His main area of work for the last two decades, through research, writings and teacher professional development workshops, is the improvement of the learning and teaching of school mathematics. He has published articles aimed at researchers as well as practitioners on several themes including the learning of core topics in middle school mathematics such as fractions, ratio and proportion, algebra and geometric measurement, development of models for the professional development of in-service mathematics teachers and connecting out-of-school mathematical knowledge with school learning.

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Conference Schedule

Prof. K. Subramanian

Director, HBCSE

9.30 AM - 10.30 AM

Room 1

Inauguration

Prof.Inder K. Rana

Convener

11.00 AM - 12.30 PM

Room 1

Key Note

Invited Talk 1

12.30 PM - 01.00 PM

Room 1

To be upload soon

Invited Talk 2

02.00 PM - 03.00 PM

Room 1

To be upload soon

Workshop

03.15 PM - 05.00 PM

Room 1

Workshop Sessions

Room 2

Workshop CASIO

Computer Lab

Workshop CW1 Geogebra

Computer Lab

Workshop CW2 Geogebra

Special

05.15 PM - 06.15 PM

Room 1

Special Session

Prof.Shailesh Shirali

Rishi Valley School

09.00 AM - 10.00 AM

Room 1

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Paper Presentation

10.15 AM - 11.45 AM

Room 1

Paper Presentation

Room 2

Paper Presentation

Room 3

Paper Presentation

Room 5

Paper Presentation

Invited Talk 3

12.00 PM - 01.00 AM

Room 1

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Workshop

02.00 PM - 05.00 PM

Room 1

Workshop Sessions

Room 2

Workshop CASIO

04.00 PM - 05.00 PM

Room 3

Workshop paper folding

Computer Lab

Workshop Geogebra Intermediate

Special

05.15 PM - 06.15 PM

Room 1

Special Session

anquet Dinner

07.00 PM - 10.00 PM

Hall

Cultural Program & Banquet Dinner

Prof.R Ramanujam

IMSC

09.00 AM - 10.00 AM

Room 1 :- Topic: Guidemaps for mathematical terrain

The terrain of mathematics is uneven: there are peaks to climb, but there are also pits we can fall into, and bends we cannot see around. Yet, exploring the unknown is as joyful and rewarding in mathematics as in treks. What the explorer needs are good quality, reliable maps, that help without denying her the pleasure in exploring. We need to build good guide maps for mathematical explorations as well, that suggest, hint and point to directions while letting students discover on their own. The talk will attempt to discuss such tentative guides.

Invited Talk 4

10.00 AM - 11.00 AM

Room 1

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Invited Talk 5

11.30 AM - 12.30 PM

Room 1

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Invited Talk 6

01.30 PM - 02.30 PM

Room 1

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Fun-day

02.30 PM - 05.00 PM

Room 1

Math Fun day

Room 2

Workshop Paper folding

Room 3

Math Games

Room 5

Poster presentation

Computer Lab

Latex workshop

Information! Change in date
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This is to inform you that, due to unavoidable circumstances, the TIME2019 conference which was scheduled to be held on 7th to 10th December 2019, has been postponed further to 26th to 28th December 2019.