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Danderyds Gymnasium 27/03/1229/03/12. TeachersStudents Carlo Strauss, Jean Brauch Sylvie Wallaert Jana Kavecka Hans Jacob Parslov Marianna Eriksson, Matti.

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1 Danderyds Gymnasium 27/03/1229/03/12

2 TeachersStudents Carlo Strauss, Jean Brauch Sylvie Wallaert Jana Kavecka Hans Jacob Parslov Marianna Eriksson, Matti Gröhn Sven Mettepenningen, Dirk De Maerschalck Petra Frantsich Vanessa Servais, Jacques Muller Pierre Louis Bithorel, Lara Aziz Michal Jančura, Zuzana Wolfová Philip Christiansen, Toke Gam Gottfredsen Kasimir Ilmonen, Joni Halonen Toon De Vis, Kwinten De Backer Anna Burton, Adam Chalabi

3 We certainly hope so… perhaps once every year? Yes, I hope so. 3 times a year! It is planned to meet again on an annual basis. Hopefully! Repeated ok, twice a year. I think, once a year… maybe, it depends from money too. Should be continued - once or twice a year - in different countries. Longer than 1,5 days. Teachers can teach the students on a subject we have defined. We should precise the topics and maybe the age and the (not readable) of the students. More meetings in other countries with students. Maybe students can stay by motherland´s students.

4 Lectures on: Mathematics in Sweden Susanne Gennow, Head of the Math department Mathematics in Austria Ingrid Schirmer-Saneff, Project management SRP mathematics BIFIE Mathematics in South Africa Bridget Langley, Teacher in Mathematics Howick High School, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa Advanced programs in mathematics Johan Linder, Director of Education. Responsible for the special advanced courses in mathematics at The Swedish National Agency for Education How to challenge talented students Paul Vaderlind, mathematician at Stockholm University Inspiration workshop: Each country presented a best practice Visit to: A guided tour and lecture at the Research Math Institute Mittag-Leffler Discussion and evaluation: How do we continue? Cooperation? Create a network?

5 The Swedish National Agency for Education Johan Linder – Director of Education Helena Karis – Director of Education Johan Börjesson – Director of Education The Swedish National Agency (IPK) Peter Eriksson – Desk officer Stockholm University Paul Vaderlind – Mathematician Austrian Federal Institute for Research, Innovation and Development of the Austrian School System Ingrid Schirmer-Saneff ­ – Project management SRP mathematics BIFIE Howick High School, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa Bridget Langley – Teacher in Mathematics Robert Langley – Headmaster Danderyds Municipality Olle Reichenberg – Mayor Marie Weståker – School expert

6 Improved your teaching skills through cooperation with foreign colleagues? 3,4 improved your research skills? 3 to what extent have you widened your experience with international projects? 3,3 to what extent have you developed your ability to plan and evaluate international exchanges? 3 to what extent have you learned new methods for ICT? 3 to what extent have you improved your social skills for example by cooperating with colleagues from other countries? 3,1 improved your knowledge and insights about how to deal with highly talented students? 3,3 improved your knowledge and insights about how to better deal with special needs students? 3,2

7 Team competition Participation in Paul Vaderlinds lessons with students enrolled in the special advanced courses. A guided tour and lecture at the Research Math Institute Mittag- Leffler Students presentation on the math education in their country

8 I really would have missed the atmosphere here in the conference, all the students, teachers and math lessons/problems. Ive learned that people can live and work in another (more quiet) lifestyle, with more respect to each other. So many great persons, moments and all this cultural experience. Learning to know a new culture and people. All the interesting people and maths. Many things. A lot of experiences concerning maths. THE CULTURE SCHOCK. Meet new friends. The other students. The whole experience, to see Stockholm. The people of course, also I could visit Stockholm and almost everything was pretty cool. Thank you for that. The experience. New relationships and discovery of a northern European country. Good experience, new knowledge

9 Meeting face-to-face is the only way to share this kind of knowledge. Every participant seemed to enjoy the experience.


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