Paper Presentation Session Details

A part of the conference will be devoted to papers presented by mathematics teachers and educators reporting on their classroom experiments and experiences, on difficult topics in the mathematics curriculum, on mathematics assessment, on the use of technology, on mathematics competitions, and so on. A total of 13 papers were accepted for paper presentation.

There are two paper presentation sessions that will be hosted simultaneously.

Session 1

Session date and time: 12 pm to 1:30 pm, 27th January 2024
Chair of the session: K. Subramaniam, Formerly Professor HBCSE, Mumbai

  1. Manasi Bakhale: Tasks for the classroom: Incorporating Humor into Mathematics Instructions at the Secondary Level in Goa. (12 pm to 12:15 pm)
  2. Chris John: Walking the Graph (12:15 pm to 12:30 pm)
  3. Amish Parmar: Teachers’ conceptions of proofs while engaging in an open exploration (12:30 pm to 12:45 pm)
  4. Vikita Sinari and Mahesh Gawkhare: Innovative Practices in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (12:45 pm to 01:00 pm)
  5. Hrishabh Singh: The Rhythm of Square Root Cancellation in the minds of students: A hidden dilemma! (01:00 pm to 01:15 pm)
  6. Prajwal Salgaonkar: Reflections on the Use of Interactive Smart Board in Teaching and Learning Mathematics in the Classroom (01:15 pm to 01:30 pm)

Session 2

Session date and time: 12 pm to 1:45 pm, 27th January 2024
Chair of the session: Sreejith A V, Associate Professor, School of Mathematics and Computer Science, IIT Goa

  1. Mohini Krishna Prabhu and Geeta Mahashabde: A two-year mainstream programme for targeting universalization of elementary math in Cancona block, Goa. (12 pm to 12:15 pm)
  2. Vishrut Patel: Secondary school students’ thinking about school algebra and unknown quantities (12:15 pm to 12:30 pm)
  3. Bhas Bamre: Investigating Constructions of a Triangle for Math Enthusiasts (12:30 pm to 12:45 pm)
  4. Arun Bias: Understanding ‘Sustainable Development’ and ‘Active Social Responsibilities’ among students through Statistics Instructions in the Upper Primary Classroom. (12:45 pm to 01:00 pm)
  5. Priyadharshni Elangaivendan: Reimagining integer subtraction through a touch-based software Touchy Pinchy Integers (TPI) (01:00 pm to 01:15 pm)
  6. Sonia Garcha (Geeta Ghormade): Equipping Math & Computer Teachers with CT Skills in Meghe Group of Schools (01:15 pm to 01:30 pm)
  7. Shweta Naik: Nature of Mathematics in Curricular Assessments: Case of Maharashtra (01:30 pm to 01:45 pm)

The conference will be multilingual, and presenters may speak Konkani, Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, and English.