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  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandThe 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education Conference Program 1
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand TABLE OF CONTENTSMESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR OF INTERNATIONALPROGRAM COMMITTEES ———— 1COMMITTEES ———— 3CONFERENCE INFORMATION ———— 5CONFERENCE VENUE ———— 6SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM ———— 7POSTER PRESENTATION ———— 34WORKSHOP INFORMATION ———— 38TRAVEL TO THE CONFERENCE VENUE ———— 40EXCURSION PROGRAM ———— 42 2
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR OF INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEES EARCOME is the name given to the ICMI-East Asia Regional Conferences inMathematics Education. EARCOME has a long history dating back to 1978. At that time it was known asthe Southeast Asian Conference on Mathematics Education (SEACME). Theseconferences began in Manila and were held at three-year intervals until 1999.EARCOME-1, held in 1998 in Korea, was independent of these series, butEARCOME-2 came together with SEACME-9 in Singapore in 2002. The EARCOMEseries replaced the SEACME series thereafter. SEACME EARCOME 1991 Bejing, China 1 1978 Manila, the Philippines 1st ICMI-China Regional Conference on Mathematics Education 2 1981 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 1994 Shanghai, China 3 1984 Haad Yai, Thailand 2nd ICMI-East Asian conference 4 1987 Singapore 1 1998 Korea 5 1990 Brunei ICMI-East Asian Regional Conference on Mathematics 6 1993 Surabaya, Indonesia Education 7 1996 Hanoi, Vietnam (ICMI-EARCOME) 8 1999 Manila, the Philippines 2* 2002 Singapore (2nd EARCOME) 9* 2002 Singapore 3 2005 China (3rd EARCOME) In 2002, Singapore hosted 4 2007 Malaysia (4th EARCOME) EARCOME combined with SEACME. 5 2010 Japan (5th EARCOME) “Merging the two series” 6 2013 Thailand (6th EARCOME) Thailand has been chosen to host EARCOME 6, and the previous ICMIpresident, Dr. Bill Barton, will be the liaison for the associated CANP project, whichaims to enhance mathematics education at all levels in developing countries. Participants, not only from East Asian countries but also from countries aroundthe world, are welcome to attend and there exists the opportunity for a greaterinvolvement by those counties that make up the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. Withthe impending integration of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) due in threeyears time, it is particularly significant that EARCOME-6 creates the opportunity tostimulate awareness and present opportunities for those countries that have notpreviously participated in the TIMSS or the PISA. The structure of the conference including Plenary Speaker, Regular Lecture,Short Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation, Workshops, Open class for ThaiLesson Study. It is really a worldwide international event for researchers,mathematics educators, school teachers, policy makers and other scholars to sharetheir knowledge among each other. 1
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand The venue will be held at Phuket, the largest island in Thailand, located in theAndaman Sea. As Phuket is a popular holiday destination, it offers a wide range ofaccommodation that is sure to meet the requirements of all our participants. Theclimate of Thailand is hot and humid in summer, and the temperature averages 33degrees during the day and 24 degrees at night. Air conditioning will be available forall indoor activities. I am very pleased that Thailand is to be the host for this conference and thatwe have the opportunity to welcome participants from every countries. I look forwardto seeing you in Phuket and I am sure that your participation will contribute to thesuccess of EARCOME 6.Maitree Inprasitha (The chair of International Program Committees) By Mathematical Association of Thailand and Centre of Excellence inMathematicsSponsors:  The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST), Thailand  Centre of Excellence in Mathematics (CEM)  Center for Research in Mathematics Education (CRME), Khon Kaen University  CASIO & SIAM-MACO MARKETING CO., LTD. 2
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandCOMMITTEEsINTERNATIONAL PROGRAM COMMITTEES (IPC)Maitree Inprasitha (Thailand), Chair of IPCZhang Yingbo (China), Jiansheng Bao (China), Frederick K. S. Leung (Hong Kong),Marsigit (Indonesia), Shizumi Shimizu (Japan), Yoshinori Shimizu (Japan), Hee-ChanLew (Korea), Kyungmee Park (Korea), Lim Chap Sam (Malaysia), Catherine P. Vistro-Yu (Philippines), Berinderjeet Kaur (Singapore), Yeap Ban Har (Singapore),Yongwimon Lenbury (Thailand), Tran Vui (Viet Nam)LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEES (LOC)Maitree Inprasitha, Chair of LOCAnchalee Tananone, Anake Sudejamnong, Alisara Chomchue, Arkom Wangmuang,Auijit Pattanajak, Bunyisa Saelo, Jensamut Saengpun, Jinda Sawattawee,Kasem Premprayoon, Kiat Sangaroon, Narumol Inprasitha, Narumon Changsri,Nisara Suthisung, Payao Intasuwan, Paweena Prawing, Prasit Thongjaem, PuwadonButrat, Pun Tongchumnum Patcharin Panjaburee, Rachada Chaovasetthakul,Rattana Wetprasit, Sampan Thinwiangthong, Sman Foosang, Somkuan Srichompoo,Surapol Naowarat, Suwarnnee Plianram, Tatiyaporn Jarumaneerat, Tipparat Noparit,Wadcharawadee Limsakul, Utith Inprasit, Wichai Chumni, Wanchitra Towanlong,Wannapong Triampo, Wachira Wichuwaranan, Wasukree Jaijan, Wisit Thanyawan,Wipaporn Suttiamporn, Yanin Kongthip, Yupadee PanarachADVISORY BOARDSPeter Sullivan (Australia), Max Stephens (Australia), Fou-Lai Lin (Taiwan), ChanRoath (Cambodia), Shiqi Li (China), Masami Isoda (Japan), Tadao Nakahara (Japan),Oh Nam Kwon (Korea), Ui Hock Cheah (Malaysia), Rachit Wattanasin (Thailand)LIST OF REVIEWERSAuxencia Limjap (Philippines), Jaguthsing Dindyal (Singapore), Ui-Hock Cheah(Malaysia) Yingkang Wu (China), Fumi Ginshima (Japan), Cheng Chun Chor Litwin(Hong Kong), Krongthong Khairiree (Thailand), Cheong –Soo Cho (Korea), Kor LiewKee (Malaysia), Parames Laosinchai (Thailand), Eizo Nagasaki (Japan), MatthiasLudwig (German), Lee Ngan Hoe (Singapore), Peter Sullivan (Australia), KyungmeePark (Korea), Yunpeng MA (China), Alan Bishop (Australia), Shin Watanabe (Japan),Ivan Vysotsky (Russia), Seah Wee Tiong (Australia), Chew Cheng Meng (Malaysia)ORGANIZERCenter for Research in Mathematics Education, Faculty of EducationKhon Kaen University 3
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandCO-ORGANIZERSThe Mathematical Association of Thailand under the Patronageof His Majesty the KingPrince of Songkla University, Phuket CampusCentre of Excellence in MathematicsOffice of the Higher Education CommissionThe Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and TechnologySTAFFGraduate Students from Mathematics Education Program, Faculty of Education,Khon Kaen UniversityStaffs from Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, PhuketSPONSORSInternational Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI)CASIOSUKEN 4
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandCONFERENCE INFORMATIONCONFERENCE SECRETARIAT Center for Research in Mathematics Education Khon Kaen University Phone: +66-43-203165 Fax: +66-43-203165 E-mail: earcome6@kku.ac.thCONFERENCE VENUE Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus, Phuket, Thailand Address: 80 Moo 1, Vichitsongkram Rd, Kathu, Phuket 83120CONFERENCE THEME Innovations and Exemplary Practices in Mathematics EducationOFFICIAL LANGUAGE The official language of the conference is English.REGISTRATION Registration for the Conference will be at the following time slots: Date: March 17, 2013 March 18, 2013 March 19-22, 2013 Time: 0.00 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. 8.00 a.m.-8.45 a.m. 8.30 a.m.-9.00 a.m. 10.00 a.m.-4.00 p.m. Location: 1st floor at Central Academic and Laboratory Facility (Building 6) Upon registration, you will receive your conference materials and a name badgewhich should be worn at all times during the conference sessions. Important note: We will provide baggage room at room 6104, Central Academicand Laboratory Facility (Building 6) on March 18, 2013 from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.and March 22, 2013 from 8.30 a.m. to 0.30 p.m.CONTACT PERSON +66 895718065Secretariat team : +66 892793733 earcome6@kku.ac.thINTERNET SERVICE Wi-Fi will be provided around the conference venue by showing the conferencestaffs your ID card number or passport number. 5
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandCONFERENCE VENUE 1. Department of Computer Engineering and Faculty of Technology and Environment 2. Faculty of Hospitality and Tourism and PSU Lodge Hotel 3. Faculty of International Studies 4. Sport Complex 5. Library and Learning Center 6. Classroom Building and Laboratory 7. Office of the President and ACM-ICPC Asia Phuket Regional Programming Contest 2011 8. Canteen 1 9. Canteen 2 10. Student Dormitories 11. Student Dormitories 12. Front Gate 13. Side Gate 14. Baan Maksong Hotel 6
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandSCIENTIFIC PROGRAMPROGRAM FOR DAY 1 MARCH 18 th, 2013PROGRAM Overview8:30 - 8:45 a.m. Registration Building 68:45 - 10:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony Anupas Phuketkarn Room10:00 - 10:30 a.m. Coffee Break Building 310:00 - 10:30 a.m. Press Conference Building 7 Meeting Room 2 Floor 310:30 – 12:00 a.m. Plenary Lecture I Anupas Phenomenal Mathematics as A Source of Phuketkarn Pedagogic Strategies for Learning from E-Screens Room John Mason (England)12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch Building 31:30 – 2:00 p.m. Lesson Study (Lecture) Building 6 Shimizu Shizumi (Japan) 6303 Masami Isoda (Japan) 6307 Akihiko Takahashi (USA) 6310 Ban Har Yeap (Singapore) 63142:00 – 2:30 p.m. Coffee Break Building 32:30 - 4:00 p.m. Lesson Study (Open Class and Reflection ) Building 5 Grade 1 5202A Ban Har Yeap (Singapore) Grade 4 5302A Masami Isoda (Japan) Grade 7 5304A Shizumi Shimizu (Japan) Grade 10 5305A Akihiko Takahashi (USA)6:00 - 9:00 p.m. Welcome Dinner 7
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPROGRAM FOR DAY 2 MARCH 19 th, 2013PROGRAM Overview8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registration Building 69:00 - 10:30 a.m. Plenary Lecture II Anupas Innovations and Exemplary Practices in Phuketkarn Teacher Education Program Room Maitree Inprasitha (Thailand)10:30 - 11:00 a.m. Coffee Break11:00 - 12:00 a.m. Regular Lectures I Building 612:00 - 1:30 p.m. Lunch Building 31:30 - 3:00 p.m. Workshops Building 63:00 - 3:30 p.m. Coffee break Building 33:30 - 5:00 p.m. Topic Study Groups Building 65:00 - 6:00 p.m. IPC Meeting Building 7 Meeting Room 2 Floor 3 8
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandREGULAR LECTURES I MARCH 19th, 11:00-12:00 A.M. Title Room Presentation(s)/ AffiliationReflections on The Role of History of Mathematics in 6208Mathematical Education and in the Preparation of SchoolTeachersBernard R. Hodgson (Canada)Towards Exemplary Practices in Curriculum Development: 6302Lessons Learned from Developing a New K- 12 MathematicsCurriculumCatherine P. Vistro-Yu (Philippines)Knowledge for Teaching Primary Mathematics: From Teacher’s 6304Knowledge for Pedagogical PracticesYeo Kai Kow Joseph (Singapore)How is Algebra Taught Around of The World? 6308Frederick K.S. Leung (Hong Kong)Uncovering the Label "East Asia" in the Discussions of 6309International Comparative Studies in MathematicsYoshinori Shimizu (Japan)Designing Problem Sequence for Learning Unit on the 6311Framework of the Conceptual and Procedural Knowledge forExtending MathematicsMasami Isoda (Japan)WORKSHOPS MARCH 19TH, 1:30-3:00 Title Room Presentation(s)/ AffiliationTextbook for Teacher Education: Using Textbook to 6302Plan LessonsBan Har Yeap (Singapore)Using Origami to Engage Students with Mathematics 6304Patsy Wang-Iverson (USA) and Michael Kleine (Germany)A Tablet-based Application for Supporting Effective Lesson 6308StudyAkihiko Takahashi and Team (USA)Scientific Calculator 6309Barry Kissane and Marian Kemp (Australia)Reasoning Reasonably in Mathematics 6311John Mason (England) 9
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 1: Innovations and Exemplary Classroom PracticesTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairMathematical Inquiry TeachingTing SunUse of Non-Counting Strategies to Solve AdditionTasks by Students in Their First Year of School: ATeaching ExperimentAndrea Dineen & Robert (Bob) WrightInstructional Design for Intervention in SimpleArithmeticDavid Ellemor-Collins, Robert (Bob) Wright & Sinead AuxenciaMcEvoy 6108 Limjap (Philippines)The Teaching Strategies of Promoting StudentsUnderstanding in Geometric Proof-the Perspective ofDeveloping Chinese Localized MathematicsEducationWang Xiong, Zuo Xiuhua & Lu ChenUsing Writing as an Instructional Tool in Teaching theFirst Year Engineering Mathematics Course: A PilotStudyBetsy Lee Guat Poh & Lim Chap SamAnalyzing Teachers Questioning in the Sequence ofMathematics Lessons: A Comparison between Ger-man and Japanese ClassroomsYuka KoizumiPerfecting Percentage: In The Context of SingaporeMathematics Classroom Ui-HockNatila Abu Bakar, Ng Chor Kheng & 6109 CheahSeema Kriti Vora (Malaysia)Teaching and Learning the Concept of EquivalentFractions through Concrete-Pictorial-Abstract Ap-proach: A Singapore ExperienceSuo Hui, Chang, Ngan Hoe, Lee &Phong Lee, Koay 10
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 1: Innovations and Exemplary Classroom PracticesTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairUsing Error Analysis in Primary Mathematics toInform Classroom PracticesRonél Paulsen Ui-HockThe Nature of Classroom Discourse and Its Role in 6109 CheahStudents’ Development of Semiotic Activity in (Malaysia)Mathematics Classroom Taught by Open ApproachJensamut Saengpun 11
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 2: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for AssessmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairThe Relationship of Co-curriculum Participation andBasic Mathematics Skill of Lower Secondary At-RiskStudentsAzimah Bt. Md Dahlan & Kim Teng SiangEnhance Feedback and The Learning of Mathematicsin A Grade 10 Classroom in SingaporeShaun Ng Kwee Bee & Berinderjeet KaurWhat Can We Still Learn from TIMSS? Data and Itemsfrom TIMSS 2011 Yingkang WuPatsy Wang-Iverson, Fumi Ginshima & 6110 (China)Stephen ProvasnikOne Investigation on The Mathematics CognitionLevel of Chinese Middle School StudentsChao ZhouAssessment Practices in East Asian MathematicsClassrooms in the 2000sZhu Yan 12
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 3: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for ICTTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairMathematical Modeling in Restricted a Condition ofICT: Using Lego Jointly with Handheld TechnologyMatsuzaki Akio & Ide ShizukaAbstraction Processes in Learning Geometry UsingGSPFarida Nurhasanah, Jozua Sabandar &Yaya S. KusumahCreate Diversified Situation in Mathematics Teaching Cheong –Sooby Flash Technology 6111 ChoXiu Xiu Xu (Korea)Development of a Learning Module of Selected Topicsin Differential Calculus using MATLABFerlisa B. LavadorDiscontinuities in The Transition from SecondarySchool to University: Technology and AssessmentMarian Kemp & Barry Kissane 13
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 4: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Curriculum DevelopmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairDevelopment from Empirical to Deductive Reasoningin the Learning of Inclusion Relations BetweenGeometric FiguresMasakazu OkazakiTribal Classroom-Creating Opportunities to LearnMathematics for Indigenous Students Lee Ngan Hoe 6112Ru-Fen Yao (Korea)Factors Affecting Learners’ Performance in theMathematics Gifted Program of ST. Paul College, HighSchool Department School Year 2006-2007Mary Jane A. Castilla 14
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 5: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Teacher Education and DevelopmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairTranslating Mathematics EfficacyGabriel Matney, Yupadee Panarach &Jack JacksonMapping and Analysis of Mathematics and ScienceTeacher’s Competency in East FloresMaria Agustina Kleden, Yaya S. Kusumah &Jozua SabandarA Survey on Van Hiele Geometric Thinking Levels of YoshinoriChinese Mathematics Teachers 6113 ShimizuChao Zhou & Hongyan Guan (Japan)An Analysis of Elementary Teachers’ SpecializedContent Knowledge (SCK) for the Word Problems ofFraction DivisionYoung-Ran Kang, Jin-Hwan Kim &Cheong-Soo Cho The Task of Designing Tasks for Teacher Education and DevelopmentLeicha A. Bragg & Cynthia NicolA Case Study of High School Mathematics Teachers’Pedagogical Content KnowledgeDi LiuFostering Teacher Competencies in IncorporatingMathematical Modeling in Singapore PrimaryMathematics ClassroomsNg Kit Ee Dawn, Chan Chun Ming Eric,Wanty Widjaja & Cynthia Seto KyungmeeIndonesian Primary School Teachers’ Challenge in 6302 ParkLearning RME’S Teaching Approach (Korea)Rooselyna Ekawati & Fou-Lai LinThe Nature of Subject Matter Content Knowledge ofProspective Mathematics Teachers in Sri LankaG. M. Wadanambi & F. K. S. LeungA Comparative Study of the Efficacy between theClinical Supervision and Lesson Study Approach forTeaching PracticumTeh Kim Hong 15
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 6: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Mathematics and Life Long LearningTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairWorking Groups to Enhance the Teaching ofMathematicsJane Friedman, Lynn Mcgrath, Perla Myers,Jack Pope & Lukasz PruskiSimple Ideas in Mathematics that have OutstandingApplications-Motivations to Life Long Learning-Morse Alan J. BishopCode and Bar Codes (Australia)/Sethu Madhava Rao Gaddam Shin 6304 WatanabeMathematical Problem-Solving Skills of Street (Japan)/Vendors from Selected Ethnic Groups: A Case Study Ivan VysotskyPaulino T. Acebes, Jr. & Auxencia A. Limjap (Russia)The Reason of No Learning Mathematics on Life LongEducation in JapanShin Watanabe 16
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 19th, 3:30-5:00 P.M.TSG 7: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Affective and Emotional Aspects of Mathematics LearningTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairResearch on Mathematics Anxiety of KoreanSecondary School StudentsEun-Suk Lee & Cheong-Soo ChoFactors Influencing Year 9 Mathematic Students’Engagement with CAS CalculatorsClaudia Orellana & Tasos Barkatsas Seah Wee 6308 TiongMathematical Problem Solving Beliefs of Primary (Australia)Pre-Service Teachers: A Preliminary InvestigationJong Cherng MeeiStudents’ Mathematical Belief in the Context ofLesson Study and Open ApproachJongjit Moongkerd, Narumol Inprasitha & NarumonChangsri 17
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPROGRAM FOR DAY 3 MARCH 20 th, 2013PROGRAM Overview8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registation Building 69.00 - 10.30 a.m. Plenary Lecture III Anupas Innovation and Exemplary Practices in Phuketkarn Mathematics Curriculum in China Mainland Room Jianpan Wang (China)10.30 -11.00 a.m. Coffee Break Building 311.00 -12.00 a.m. Poster Presentations Building 609.00 -12.00 a.m. CASIO SEMINAR Building 7 Meeting Room 312.00 – 1.30 p.m. Lunch (Building 3) & Exhibitions (Building 6)1.30 – 4.30 p.m. Excursion Tour 18
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPROGRAM FOR DAY 4 MARCH 21 st, 2013PROGRAM Overview8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registation Building 69.00 - 10.30 a.m. Plenary Lecture IV Anupas Infusing Problem Solving into Mathematics phuketkarn Content Course in Prospective Teacher Room Education Toh Tin Lam (Singapore)10.30 - 11.00 a.m. Announcement EARCOME 711.00 - 12.00 a.m. Regular Lectures II Building 612.00 - 1.30 p.m. Lunch1.30 - 3.30 p.m. Topic Study Groups Building 63.30 - 4.00 p.m. Coffee Break4.00 – 6.00 p.m. Topic Study Groups Building 6 19
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandREGULAR LECTURES II MARCH 21st, 11:00-12:00 A.M. Title Room Presentation(s)/ AffiliationPreparing Mathematics Teachers for Innovative Change in 6208Teaching Practices via Lesson StudyLim Chap Sam (Malaysia)Mathematician View on Identity and Purpose of Secondary 6302School Mathematics Curriculum: Report from a National Surveyin ChinaJiansheng Bao (China)Story-Telling Mathematics Textbook :Its Development, Impact, 6304and ProspectsOh Nam Kwon (Korea)Adapting and Implementing Lesson Study: Focusing on 6308Designing Task in Lesson StudyToshiakira Fujii (Japan)Two Types of Reflective Thinking on the Emergent Chain of 6309Mathematical CommunicationHideyo Emori (Japan)Nurturing Active and Reflective Learners of 6311Mathematics – Some Insights from the EPMT ProjectBerinderjeet Kaur (Singapore) 20
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-3:30 P.M.TSG 1: Innovations and Exemplary Classroom PracticesTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairEffective Mathematics Lesson from the Eyes ofPrimary PupilsTan Saw Fen & Lim Chap SamStudent’s Difficulties in Concept Formation of Fig-ures: A Case of Early Primary Level in Metro Manila, JaguthsingRepublic of the Philippines 6108 DindyalMitsue Arai (Singapore)Types of Questions that Cause Context-dependencyin Function between Mathematics and ScienceMasato KosakaInstructional Method for Developing StudentsMathematical Creativity Noboru Saito, Miyo Akita & Maitree InprasithaTeacher Factors in the Use Of Open-Ended TasksFoo Kum Fong, Low Leng, Lye Wai Leng, Loh Jia Perng &Pang Yen Ping JaguthsingOn Upper Primary Students Understanding of the 6108 DindyalConcept of Fractions (Singapore)Syazwani Rasid, Akmal Nasir, Cheong Tau Han &Parmjit SinghWorking Lesson Study Principles in a DevelopingCountry to Engage Teachers and Students inParticipative LearningYuriko Yamamoto Baldin & Luciano Carrijo Neto 21
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-3:30 P.M.TSG 1: Innovations and Exemplary Classroom PracticesTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairExploring Algebraic Functions through GeometricalTransformationsKhan Aun Tan & Ui Hock CheahWeaving Reflection into Enhance Problem-solving in aMathematics ClassroomKai Fai Ho & Preston TanProofs without Words: From History to the ClassroomGang PengAn Assessment of Primary 4 Pupils’ Comprehension Auxencieof Mathematical Word Problems 6109 LimjapNurul Akmal Nasir, Nor Syazwani Rasid, (Philippines)Cheong Tau Han & Parmjit SinghEnhancing Students’ Mathematical Creative ThinkingAbility through Cognitive Conflict Strategy inProblem-based Learning (PBL)Yaya S. Kusumah & Dasa IsmaimuzaDesign of Problem Solving Lesson and TeachersAssistance: Based on Refining and ElaboratingMathematical ActivitiesTatsuya Mizoguchi 22
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-3:30 P.M.TSG 2: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for AssessmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairEmpirical Investigation of High School StudentsSolving Mathematics Multiple-Choice QuestionsMA Wen-JieThe Study on Mathematical CommunicationCompetence and Its Assessment in China:The Preliminary FindingsShen DanThe Practicality of Adopting On-Line Assessment inMeasuring Students’ Mathematical Achievement: Seen FumiThrough a Teacher’s Lens 6110 GinshimaS. Kanageswari d/o Suppiah Shanmugam & (Japan)Leong Chee KinAnalysis and Assessment of Symbol SenseJiang HuihuiTo Improve Classroom Teaching Through FeedbackCollected From Large-Scale Assessment SystemKing Man Leung 23
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-3:30 P.M.TSG 3: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for ICTTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairWeb-Based System for After-Class Learning inCollege Mathematics via Computer Algebra SystemKentaro Yoshitomi, Mitsuru Kawazoe &Tetsuya TakahashiThe Application of Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)in Test Scores DesignJiang HuihuiAn Innovative Classroom Experience using CasioClasspad 330 to Engage Students of a TechnicalHigh-School in the Learning of FunctionsYuriko Yamamoto Baldin &Luiz Alfredo Dealis Bilhéo Parames Laosinchai (Thailand)/The Reinvention of Derivative Concept through 6111 Cheong –SooMathematical Modeling on Geogebra ChoHyang-Im Kang & Hee-Chan Lew (Korea)The Effects of Qualitative Approach of FunctionGraphs Using CBR on Learners’ Function ConceptSang-Hyun Ahn & Cheong-Soo ChoDesigning a Scenario of Learning Mathematics onTelevision (TV)Ratu Ilma Indra PutriThe Beauty of Online Discussion Forum inMathematics EducationZhao Xuying & Sharon Tan 24
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-2:15 P.M.TSG 4: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Curriculum DevelopmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairA Design Research Approach towards theDevelopment of Curricular Materials: The Case ofModeling Ratio and ProportionsUi Hock CheahAlgebraic Symbolism as a Conceptual Barrier inLearning Mathematics Lee NganAlbrecht Heeffer 6302 Hoe (Korea)An Analysis of Characteristics of Word Problems inElementary School from a Mathematical ModelingPerspectiveMai Hirabayashi 25
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21th, 14:30-15:30 P.M.TSG 5: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Teacher Education and DevelopmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairImproving Teaching Practices through GroupActivities with Problem PosingMitsunori Imaoka, Kazuya Kageyama &Hideaki KidaTask Design: Supporting Teachers to Create RichTasks IndependentlyLibby Knott, Jo Olson, Anne Adams & Rob ElyImplement and Sustain Lesson Study fromMathematics Teachers’ PerspectiveChiew Chin Mon, Goh Seok Inn & Kim Teng SiangDo Teachers Change Their Practices through LessonStudy Process? Max StephensKalaivani Shanmugam, Chap Sam Lim & 6112 (Australia)Shafia Abdul RahmanKnowledge Competency of Hong Kong and SouthKorean Prospective Teachers on Teaching Proofs andProving Tasks for the Constant Π: A ComparativePerspectiveIssic K C Leung, Hee-Chan Lew & Seo-Young JeongThe Study of Secondary School MathematicsTeachers’ Understanding on Mathematical Skills andProcesses and Implementing in the ClassroomRungfa JanjarupornWhich Aspects of Prospective Mathematics Teaches’Teaching Knowledge and Skill Need to be Improved:From the Perspective of Experienced High SchoolTeachersJing Cheng & Jiansheng Bao 26
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 1:30-3:30 P.M.TSG 5: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Teacher Education and DevelopmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairEnhancing Pre-Service Secondary TeachersGeometers Sketchpad Activities for TeachingMathematics through Lesson StudyChew Cheng Meng, Lim Chap Sam, Wun Thiam Yew &Lim Hooi LianDeepening Teachers’ Understanding of Content andStudents’ Thinking: A Case Study of Japanese LessonStudy in Australian Primary ClassroomsWanty Widjaja & Colleen ValeCollaborative Creation of Lesson Framework and ItsImpact on Teachers’ Professional DevelopmentKeiko Hino & Tomohiko Makino Leicha Bragg 6113Problem Solving Heuristics: A Compilation of (Australia)Different Action ResearchesMangulabnan, Pauline Anne Therese M And OthersTeacher’s Mathematical Knowledge for ProblemSolving ApproachAnake SudejamnongEnhancing Pre-Service Teachers’ Content Knowledgeof MathematicsAnna Rogers, Brendan Bentley & Mohan ChinnappanPromoting Reflective Thinking of UndergraduateMathematics Education Students: Classroom ActionResearchNatcha Kamol 27
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 4:00-6:00 P.M.TSG 1: Innovations and Exemplary Classroom PracticesTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairTeachers’ Promotion of Students’ Metacognition inMathematical Modeling LessonsLee Ngan Hoe, Lee Yun Yun Grace & Koo Ching ChingCharacterizing the Pedagogical Flow of MathematicsLessons in Some Malaysian Primary SchoolsChia Hui Min & Lim Chap SamIndigenous Knowledge in Teaching Mathematics:Some Innovative Strategies in Classroom InstructionLuckson Muganyizi Kaino Ui-HockMathematical Tasks Preferred by Australian and 6108 CheahChinese Primary Students and Their Underlying (Malaysia)ValuesWee Tiong Seah & Tasos BarkatsasMultiple Intelligences and Math Anxiety Profiles ofStudents in A Bridging Program: Determinants ofEffective Teaching Strategies to Improve MathAchievementMaxima J. AcelajadoTeaching Experiments in Constructing the Limit of aSequencePham Sy Nam & Max Stephens 28
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 4:00-6:00 P.M.TSG 2: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for AssessmentTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairThe Role of Test Language on Students’ MathematicsAchievementS. Kanageswari D/O Suppiah ShanmugamThe Impact of Attention on AssessmentSergiy Klymchuk & Cheng Chun Chor LitwinImplementing Formative Peer Assessment in A Cheng ChunChinese Mathematics Classroom: Impacts, Barriers Chor Litwinand Possible Solutions (Hong Kong)Changgen Pei 6109 /Relationship of Mathematics Homework to Fumi Gin-Mathematics Achievement among Grade 8 Students in shima (Japan)SingaporeShaljan Areepattamannil & Berinderjeet KaurSurvey Research on Japanese SecondaryMathematics Teachers’ Professional Competencies forEffective Teaching of Variability-Related IdeasOrlando González 29
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 4:00-6:00 P.M.TSG 3: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for ICTTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairCoordination of Two Computer Programs forStudents’ Multiplicative Transformation ActivitiesJaehong ShinThe Mathematics Knowledge Embedded in New ICT:Does It Exceed Its in Old One?Takeshi Okawa Cheong –SooConceptualization of Normal Distribution Function Chowith CAS Technology (Korea)Cheong-Soo Cho 6110 / Parames“Fun School” for Primary Mathematics based on LaosinchaiFlash (Thailand)Chongyang WangDevelopment of Statistics Learning Material with CASCalculators and Students’ Statistical ReasoningEun-Ha Kim, Yun-Kyeong Lee & Cheong-Soo Cho 30
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 4:00-6:00 P.M.TSG 5: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Teacher Education and DevelopmentTitle Room ChairPresentation(s)/ AffiliationIntroducing Lesson Study in a Remote Island in thePhilippines: Testing the WatersLevi Esteban Elipane, Marvin Casalan,Marmon Pagunsan & Shaolin LadraThe Impacts of Case Method on ProspectiveMathematics Teacher TrainingYutaka OharaA Study of High School Students’ Ability ofTransformation of Mathematical RepresentationsYu-Bin Lee & Cheong-Soo ChoApplication of A Proposed Framework forMathematical Modeling Instruction Leicha Bragg 6111Tan Liang Soon & Ang Keng Cheng (Australia)"Transition In" and "Transition Out" Modules forProspective Math TeachersLaure Barthel & Talma LeviatanTeaching Mathematics to Pre-Service ElementaryTeachers through Problem-Based LearningL. Diane Miller & Brandon BanesDevelopments in Teacher Knowledge for TeachingAlgebraMohan Chinnappan & Bruce White 31
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTopic Study Groups MARCH 21st, 4:00-5:00 P.M.TSG 6: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Mathematics and Life Long LearningTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room ChairLife Long Learning – PROGRAMs in Andhra PradeshState of India – A Study of Mathematics Component inthe PROGRAMsSethu Madhava Rao Gaddam Alan J. BishopTeaching for Creative Thinking: Try to Improve the (Australia)/Level of Understanding about Mathematics ShinMiyo Akita & Noboru Saito 6112 Watanabe (Japan) / Ivan VygotskyStatistic Education for Lifelong Learning (Russia)Kyoko Kakihana & Shin WanatabeA Review on Mathematical Problem Solving SkillsBetsy Lee Guat Poh & Lim Chap SamTSG 7: Innovations and Exemplary Practices for Affective and Emotional Aspects of Mathematics LearningTitlePresentation(s)/ Affiliation Room Chair Chinese Primary Students’ Perspectives Regarding Mathematics Study: An Exploratory Study Xiaoxia Zhang, Wee Tiong Seah & Min Song Viable Concept Image Associated with Feeling of Understanding Mathematical Proof Chew Cheng 6112 Meng Yusuke Uegatani, Masataka Koyama (Malaysia)A Comparative Study of Filipino Math Teachers’ Be-liefs and Practices with Trends in Trends in Math andScience Studies (TIMSS) Data Janice Foronda Antonio 32
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPROGRAM FOR DAY 5 MARCH 22 nd, 2013PROGRAM Overview8:30 - 9:00 a.m. Registation Building 69.00-11.00 a.m. Plenary Panel Anupas Theme: Future Challenges and Educational phuketkarn Responses: Innovations and Exemplary Room Practices in Mathematics Education Moderator: William (Bill) Barton (New Zealand) Panelists: Fou-Lai Lin (Taiwan) Hee Chan Lew (Korea) Parmjit Singh (Malaysia) Zulkardi (Indonesia)11.00-11.30 a.m. Coffee Break11.30 a.m.-1.00 p.m. Closing Ceremony Anupas phuketkarn Room 33
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPOSTER PRESENTATIONS Poster Title Author/Authors code Planning of Using Blackboard in Problem Solving Mathematics 001 Alisa Moonsri Classroom The Roles of Teacher in the Enhancement of Students 002 Ariya Suriyon Metacognitive Strategies in the Classroom Practice Students Mathematical Connection through Using Instructional 003 Jaruwan Chin-on Material Fostering Creative Thinking in Mathematics Classroom by 004 Julaluk Jai-on Materials 005 Classroom Discourse in Open Approach Kasem Premprayoon 006 Analysing Mathematical Tasks used in Elementary Grade Katanyuta Bangtho The Effects of Worked-Out Examples with Different Strategies on 007 Kin Hang Lei Comprehending Geometry Proof Bridge the Gap for the Problem and Need in the Process of 008 Kwanta Panbanlame Solving Problem The Mechanism of Abstraction Process: Focusing on 009 Compression to Thinkable Concept as Shift from Procedures to Nisara Suthisung Concept Pauline Anne Therese M. 010 Work in Progress : Word Problems in Two Languages Mangulabnan 011 Negotiation of Mathematical Meaning in Open Approach Phattaraphong Kunseeda Students Problem Solving Strategies in Mathematics Classroom 012 Pimpaka Intaros Using Open Approach Enhancing Students Mathematical Understanding Ability in 013 Puji Lestari Vocational High School by CTL Approach Initial Factor for In-Dept Discussion in Arithmetic Classes; 014 Ryuta Tani Focusing on Small Groups Research on Relationship Between Concept of Negative 015 Numbers and Calculation Skills in Tanzania ~The Case of Shun Sudo Mitengo Secondary School~ 016 Estimation Problem Solving in Mathematics Classroom Siwarak Promraksa An Investigation of Preservice Mathematics Teachers 017 Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching in Lesson Planning with Sudarat Phiangnoi Using Japanese Mathematics Textbook through Open Approach 34
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand Poster Title Author/Authors code 018 A Study of "Good" Teaching in Mathematics Classroom Sudatip Hancherngchai Differences of Teachers Cognitive Demands of Mathematical 019 Task in a Collaboratively Plan of Lesson Study Group of Thawatchai Laosongkram Kookhampittayasan School Research Using the Studied-Mutually-Model about the 020 Tsutomu Ishii Discussion in the Mathematics Lesson Exploring Thai Students Mathematical Connectors in Problem 021 Wasukree Jaijan Solving Field Research on Teaching Improvement of Junior High 022 Xu Xiaoyan School Mathematics Concepts by Using APOS Theory Exploring the Mathematical Communication by 7th Grade 023 Students Gesture in Lesson Study and Open Approach Yanin Kongthip Context 024 Development 5T Model for Learning and Enjoying Yupadee Panarach 025 New Exploration of Teaching Methods Zhenzhen He Assessment of Students Mathematics Achievement in School 026 Jitlada Jaikla Using Lesson Study and Open Approach 027 Assessment Materials of Mathematical Creativity Kawissara Sansanoh Mathematics Teachers Practices on Classroom Assessment in 028 Nampueng Intanate Lesson Study and Open Approach Context Direct Manipulating Screen Objects as Conceptual Tools for 029 Chiao-Ni Chang Learning Completing the Square 030 Teaching Statistics in High School Using Technology Hideyo Makishita Design and Experiment on a Touchscreen Learning Software 031 Jen-Yuan Chiou for Factoring Quadratic Trinomials Teachers Teaching with Using Technology in Mathematics 032 Kittisak Jai-on Classroom : a case of "DBOOK" Developing a Web-Based Platform of Geometric Flowchart 033 Mikio Miyazaki Proof Learning for Multiple Languages 034 Learning Distributive Law with Dynamic Visualization Wei-Bin Wang 35
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand Poster Title Author/Authors code Mathematical Tasks in Mathematics Textbooks: an Ex- 035 Chanika Senawongsa ploratory Comparison between Thailand and Japan Efficiency of Reducing Task Complexity by segmentation on 036 Feng-Lin Lu Eighth Graders Reading Comprehension of Geometry Proof Exploring Teachers Understanding of Lesson Plan in Lesson 037 Rungthiwa Khonkarn Study Curriculum Strategy : Process of Thai Teachers use of 038 Suwarnnee Plianram Mathematics Textbook Discussion in Mathematics Classroom Using Japanese Board 039 Apichat Saeueng Writing (Bansho) Teachers Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching use 040 Chanintorn Boontem integrated Lesson Study with Open Approach Reflection and Desire on the Preparation of Elementary 041 Jiang Hui Mathematics Teachers by America 042 Listening to Students Idea in Teaching Mathematics Kanjana Wetbunpot Teacher Turns Researcher: Problems of Teacher Educators in 043 Kim Teng Siang Training Practising Teachers in Conducting Action Research 044 Investigation of Theses in Mathematics Education in Thailand Nisakorn Boonsena Group Classification of One-Dimensional Nonisentropic 045 Piyanuch Siriwat Equations of Fluids with Internal Inertia An Exploration on Reflective Practice of Internship Practicum 046 Change within Lesson Study and Open Approach School Rawadee Muaddarak Context Improvement in Students Quality of Responses through 047 Virgie G. Esteves Strengthening Questioning Technique in Lesson Study Teachers Role of Working Together with Student Intern on 048 Weerasuk Kanauan Lesson Study Elementary Mathematics Education Curriculum the 049 Zhang Jinkui Cross -Strait of China Improve Ability in Using English Mathematics for Pratom 050 Chunchom Pongchavalit Student in Government School Numeracy and Mental Computation with Its Perspective on 051 Ilda Salwani Ameer Brain Hemisphericity Asymmetry: Whats Right and Whats Left 052 Students Mathematical Ideas on Addition Nutcharin Emchaiyapum 053 Reflective Practice and Lesson Study in Thailand Rachada Chaovasetthakul Improving Students Geometric Thinking in Mathematical 054 Somkuan Srichompoo Classroom 36
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand Poster Title Author/Authors code 055 Model for Develop Students Concept Suttharat Boonlerts 056 Lets Enjoy it with the Pyramid Puzzle Tadashi Nomachi Developing Mathematical Thinking in the Context of Lesson 057 Kittipot Robsouk Study and Open Approach: What Teachers Value Interpretation from Sociomathematical Norms in Lesson Study 058 Pimlak Moonpo and Open Approach Classroom How to Encourage Students Cognition and Emotion in 059 Sampan Thinwiangthong Mathematics Classroom An Analysis of Expressions in a Japanese Authorized 060 Tadashi Misono Mathematics Textbook Exploring Social Motivation for Participating in the 061 Zsolt Lavicza Advancement of Mathematics Education 37
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandWORKSHOP INFORMATION TEXTBOOKS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION: USING TEXTBOOKS TO PLAN LESSONS Yeap Ban Har Marshall Cavendish Institute Singapore This workshop has the twin aims of helping participants use textbooks to planproblem-based lessons as well as to use textbooks in lesson study. In the first part,participants learn how to use textbooks to design anchor tasks in lessons that arebased on teaching-through-problem-solving model. Examples include lessons toteach new concepts and skills as well drill-and-practice lessons. In the second part,participants learn to use textbooks in the lesson study process. Participants learn toselect tasks and anticipate students’ responses. USING ORIGAMI: TO EUGAGE STUDENTS WITH MATHEMATICS Michael Kleine, Universität Bielefeld Patsy Wang-Iverson, Gabriella and Paul Rosenbaum Foundation With his invention of kindergarten in 1838, Friedrich Froebel introduced origamito the classroom environment. He used it to help children explore informally thefundamentals of Euclidean geometry and to stimulate their creativity. Today, one nolonger sees origami used systemically nor systematically in mathematics classrooms. The idea behind this workshop is to rediscover working with origami inclassrooms, to find typical mathematical correlations and to solve problems using thefigures, which the students fold themselves. No doubt there are other solutions for thesame problems. The advantages which folding offers are revealed when mathematicsis associated with activities and thus remain in the user’s memory. Within theworkshop, we discuss using origami in primary and secondary education. Thepractical work and the focus about the implementation in teachers education will bepart of the workshop. 38
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, Thailand A TABLET-BASED APPLICATION FOR SUPPORTING EFFECTIVE LESSON STUDY Akihiko Takahashi DePaul University atakahash@depaul.edu Lesson Study Alliance in the US and Project IMPULS at Tokyo GakugeiUniversity in Japan developed an application for iPad, the LessonNote, to helppractitioners of lesson study improve the quality of their post-lesson discussions byimproving the quality of observational data collected during the lesson. Since lesson study was introduced in the late 1990s, numerous schools andteachers have used lesson study as a major part of their professional development.The power of lesson study comes from a close analysis, during the post-lessondiscussion, of the impact of the research lesson on students. Such analysis dependsin turn on high quality data collected during the lesson. Experienced Japanese lessonstudy practitioners often use special note-taking aids: multiple seating charts fortracking how different students react to each task; a multi-colored pen to codedifferent types of observation data; a clipboard and a clock to track how time is usedduring the lesson. Since lesson study is still new among the schools in outside of Japan, there arenot many public research lessons through which teachers can develop theirobservational skills, and it is not possible for teachers to develop such skills by simplyparticipating in workshops or reading articles. Teachers need some form ofscaffolding to enable them to participate effectively in lessons study while developingtheir skills for observing lessons, collecting data, and reflecting upon the data. Thenew lightweight tablet computers make it possible to provide the necessaryscaffolding through an application specially designed for observing and discussing aclassroom lesson. A tablet-based tool needs to have certain characteristics if it is to help teacherscollect useful data and use that data as the basis of a productive post-lessondiscussion. First, it should help teachers focus on the most important data, such asthe quality of student work, the interaction between the classroom teacher andstudents, and the time spent on each lesson segment. Second, it should emphasizecollection of factual information—through time stamps, audio recording, andphotographs (e.g. of student work)—while allowing the user to record his or herthoughts and other subjective information. Third, it needs to be maximally flexibleabout the data to be collected, so that users are never prevented from recordingsomething they judge as important. Fourth, it should enable users to organize theirdata and report it in different ways, just as experienced lesson study practitioners doafter a lesson observation. And finally, it should allow the exchange of data with otherusers who observe the same lesson, to enable less-experienced observers to see thedata collected by their more-experienced colleagues. 39
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandTRAVEL TO THE CONFERENCE VENUE EARCOME 6 Conference Shuttle Bus ScheduleMonday, March 18, 2013 Departure Time Departure Arrival 7:30 a.m. Patong Zone Prince of Songkla University, 7:30 a.m. Phuket City Zone Prince of Songkla University, 5:30 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Welcome Dinner 9.00 p.m. Welcome Dinner Patong Zone 9.00 p.m. Welcome Dinner Phuket City ZoneTuesday, March 19, 2013 Departure Time Departure Arrival 8:00 a.m. Patong Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 8:00 a.m. Phuket City Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 5:00 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Patong Zone Phuket Campus 5:00 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Phuket City Zone Phuket CampusWednesday, March 20, 2013 Departure Time Departure Arrival 8:00 a.m. Patong Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 8:00 a.m. Phuket City Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 1.30 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Excursions Phuket Campus End of Tours Excursions Patong Zone End of Tours Excursions Phuket City Zone 40
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandThursday, March 21, 2013 Departure Time Departure Arrival 8:00 a.m. Patong Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 8:00 a.m. Phuket City Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 5:45 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Patong Zone Phuket Campus 5:45 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Phuket City Zone Phuket CampusFriday, March 22, 2013 Departure Time Departure Arrival 8:00 a.m. Patong Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 8:00 a.m. Phuket City Zone Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 1:00 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Patong Zone Phuket Campus 1:00 p.m. Prince of Songkla University, Phuket City Zone Phuket Campus 41
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandEXCURSION PROGRAM1.30 – 4.30 P.M. ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2013Program 1: Phuket Highlights 1.00 p.m. Take a bus at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus1.30 - 2.00 p.m. Chalong Temple (Wat Chalong)3.00 - 4.00 p.m. Promthep Cape, Kanchanapisek Lighthouse4.00 - 5.30 p.m. Sri Burapha Orchid shop and Wang Talang Jewelry6.00 p.m. Arrived at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket CampusProgram 2: Phuket 1.00 p.m. Take a bus at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 1.20-2.00 p.m. Porntip Souvenir (souvenir shop) 2.30-3.00 p.m. Phuket Pearl factory. 3.30-4.30 p.m. Chino-Portuguese Architecture 5.00-5.30 p.m. Sri Burapha Orchid factory 6.00 p.m. Arrived at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket CampusProgram 3: Enjoy beach paradise 1.00 p.m. Take a bus at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus Pa- tong Beach, Karon Beach and Kata Noi Beach. (View point)3.00-3.30 p.m. Promthep Cape4.00-4.30 p.m. Chalong Temple (Wat Chalong)4.45-4.45 p.m. Sri Burapha Orchid shop (souvenir shop)6.00 p.m. Arrived at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus 42
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandProgram 4: Phuket Happy Healthy1.00 p.m. Departure of Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus1.30-4.00 p.m. Spa at Sukko Spa (You can should spa service and pay service charge by yourself)4.30-5.00 p.m. Chalong Temple (Wat Chalong)6.00 p.m. Arrived at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket CampusProgram 5: The Big Buddha of Phuket1.00 p.m. Departure of Prince of Songkla University, Phuket Campus1.45-2.45 p.m. The Big Buddha of Phuket3.00-3.30 p.m. Chalong Temple (Wat Chalong)4.00-4.30 p.m. Sri Burapha Orchid shop (souvenir shop)4.45-5.15 p.m. Wang Thalang shop. (souvenir shop)6.00 p.m. Arrived at Prince of Songkla University, Phuket CampusChalong Temple (Wat Chalong) Chalong temple or Chai tararam temple Muang district, Phuket province is themost famous temple in phuket. It houses the statue of the late highly revered monk,Luang Po Cham. The monk led the people of Phuket to fight against the immigrantChinese influx to Phuket for tin mining and wanted to capture the city in B. E. 2419(A.D.1876) before the government sent its troops to subdue the rebellion. King RamaV appointed Luang Po Cham with the ecclesiastical title of phura Kru wisitwongsacharn. Beside the statue of Luang Po Cham, his other title decorations arealso displayed in the temple e. g. his walking stick and his painting on the secondfloor of the kuti (residence) of the abbot, too. 43
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandPromthep Cape & Kanchanapisek lighthouse Phromthep Cape is the islands most photographed and perhaps best-knownlocation. Every evening, large tour buses, scooters and private cars sweep throughRawai Beach and up the islands southernmost hill in order to watch the sunset at itspeak. On the top of the hill stands a busy car park where vehicles disgorge crowds ofpeople from every corner of the world. Cameras flash, fingers point and lovers cuddleas Phukets most fabulous free show is re-enacted nightly – the sunset. Kanchanapisek lighthouse was built on the occasion of the 50th anniversary ofHis Majesty King Bumibhol’s accession to the throne. It is 50 feet high and 9 metreswide at its base. The 9-foot width denotes the King Bumibhol as the 9th king of theChakri Dynasty.Chino-Portuguese Architecture The significant Chino-Portuguese buildings of Phuket were built in the tinmining era. First influences came from Chinese architecture, showing in the design ofthe roof including doors and windows. The buildings were mainly one- or two-storybuildings made from brick and wood. They had thick walls with Chinese-style tiles.Later influences included Chino-Portuguese and Malayan styles originating fromPenang. Also Western styles contributed to the distinctive Sino-Portuguesearchitecture, including the compositions of the classic Renaissance and neo-Europeclassic with the mixture of Chinese and Thai style architecture. This new buildingarchitecture is about 60 to 100 years old. One of the charming of these house stylesis the use of the arch in their architectural design. Curing pillars standing in row areon the first floor of each building, to carry the weight of the second floor and to markthe space of arcade or Nlgorkakee (Chinese for "pavement with roofs"). 44
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandView Point 3 Beaches (Patong Beach, Karon Beach and Kata Noi Beach) Karon Viewpoint (which used to be Kata viewpoint) is one of the mostfrequented viewpoints in Phuket. From here, it is possible to take in views of Kata Noi,Kata Yai and Karon beaches. Located between Nai Harn and Kata Noi beaches, theviewpoint is busy most days of the year and is a staple of many tour itineraries. Calledlocally ‘Khao Saam Haad’ (Three Beaches Hill), the local municipality for somereason has officially renamed it ‘Karon Viewpoint’. It’s located just to the south of KataNoi Beach and looks out directly out to the Andaman Sea but most people have theircameras trained due north at the undeniably impressive eight-kilometre vista of thethree west coast beaches with Mom Tri’s Villa Royale in the foreground and thedistant Hilton Arcadia on Karon Beach in the background.The Big Buddha of Phuket Phukets Big Buddha is one of the islands most important and reveredlandmarks. The huge image sits on top of the Nakkerd Hills between Chalong andKata and at 45 meters high it is easily seen from far away. The lofty site offers thebest 360-degree views of the island (think sweeping vistas of Phuket Town, Kata,Karon beaches, Chalong Bay and more.) Easily reachable via a six-kilometre roadleading from Phukets main artery, its a must-visit island destination. 45
  • 6th East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education (EARCOME 6)17-22 March 2013, Phuket, ThailandSri Burapa Orchid Our products stand out. Sri Burapha Orchid is a nut. This shop is the firstmanufacturing facility in Phuket. Works from the H series play since a year since2486 until now. Production process. By modern methods of clean and hygienicstandard.Porntip Souvenir The Pornthip Sea Store is one of the largest souvenir stores cum shops inPhuket and is a favorite of many Asian Tourists like Chinese, taiwanese, koreans,japanese, singaporeans, etc. This is the last stop of those going on a Phuket CityTour and the store is located in Rassada Town in Muang District of Phuket. The storewas started in 1991, Pornthip Sea Store Co., Ltd. is a producer of processed seafoodmixed with herbs products for health under "Pornthip" brand. Some of their productsinclude flossy and crispy baked pork, crispy smoked dried shrimps, chili paste,cashew nuts, preserved fruits and Phuket Desserts. If you are not going to bangkokand phuket is you last stop before going back to your country.Sukko Cultural Spa & Wellness Outside of sea, sand and sun, the spa is another one of the attractions thatbrings travelers from every corner of the earth to Phuket island. One location herethat you cannot miss if you want to relax, is Sukko Spa in Sukko Cultural Spa &Wellness Resort, which has had the honor of receiving a total of 3 world classawards, which will paint a picture of the level of quality and service. 46
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