# Program

**Wednesday, 23th September, **Accademia delle Scienze di Torino, Sala dei Mappamondi, Via Accademia delle Scienze 6 ‒ Torino

09.00-09.30 *Registration*

09.30-10.15 *Opening*

10.15-10.50 Gert Schubring (Universität Bielefeld/Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), *Mathematics Teaching in the Process of Decolonization *

10.50-11.25 Alexander Karp (Columbia University), *On Russia's National Subcommittee in the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction*

11.25-11.50 *Coffee break*

11.50-12.25 Veronica Gavagna (University of Salerno), *A Case Study on the Teaching of Mathematics in the Italian Renaissance: Niccolò Tartaglia and his ‘General Trattato’ *

12.25-13.00 Livia Giacardi (University of Turin), Margherita Raspitzu (University of Turin), *Beppo Levi and the Teaching of Mathematics at the Various School Levels: Methodological Aspects, Influences of Scientific Research and Publishing Initiatives*

13.00-15.00 *Lunch*

**Wednesday, 23th September**, Università di Torino, Aula Magna, Via Po 17 - Torino

15.00-15.20 Marta Menghini (University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’), *Precision and Approximation Mathematics for Teacher Education: the Lecture Course of Guido Castelnuovo and the Influence of Felix Klein*

15.20-15.40 Fulvia Furinghetti (University of Genoa), *Shaping the Identity of Mathematics Teacher: the Journals Addressed to Mathematics Teaching Published in Italy After the Unification of the Nation*

15.40-16.00 Geert Vanpaemel (KU Leuven), Dirk De Bock (KU Leuven), *Intuitive Geometry in Belgium (1945-1960)*

16.00-16.20 Kristín Bjarnadóttir (University of Iceland), *Royaumont – Proposals on Arithmetic and Algebra Teaching*

16.20-16.40 Mária Almeida (UIED, Universidade Nova de Lisboa), *Modern Mathematics Reform in Portugal: the Preparation of Mathematics Teachers*

16.40-16.55 *Posters:* Sergey Atanasyan (Moscow City Pedagogical State University), Ildar Safuanov (Moscow City Pedagogical University), *On the History of School Mathematical Education and Preparing Mathematics Teachers in Moscow during Social and Economic Changes*; Sergey Atanasyan (Moscow City Pedagogical State University), Ildar Safuanov (Moscow City Pedagogical University), *On the History of Preparing Mathematics Teachers in Moscow in the Last Two Decades (1995-2015)*; Nicla Palladino (University of Palermo), *Elementary Geometry and Teaching: from Triangles to Interactive Geometry*

16.55-17.10 *Coffee break*

17.10-17.30 Giuseppe Canepa (University of Genoa), Giuseppina Fenaroli (University of Genoa), Roberto Scoth (University of Cagliari), *Salvatore Ortu Carboni (1859-1939) and the Debate on the Teaching of Mathematics in the Secondary School in Italy*

17.30-17.50 Johanna Pejlare (University of Gothenburg), *On the Relationships between the Geometric and Algebraic Ideas in Duhre’s Textbooks of Mathematics, as Reflected Via Book II of Euclid’s Elements*

17.50-18.10 Elisa Patergnani (University of Ferrara), *The Teaching of Mathematics in the Italian Artillery Schools in the Eighteenth Century*

18.10-18.20 *Short break*

18.20-18.40 Andreas Christiansen (Stord Haugesund University College), *The Function of a Preface: the Contextual Information and Didactical Foundation Described in the Preface of a Textbook in Arithmetics from 1825*

18.40-19.00 Miguel Picado (National University of Costa Rica), *Mathematics Textbooks for Teacher Training in Spain in the Second half of Nineteenth Century: the Metric System Implantation*

**Thursday, 24th September**, Università di Torino, Aula Magna, Via Po, 17 - Torino

09.00-09.35 Hélène Gispert (University of Paris Sud), *Studying Teaching Journals and Journals for teachers: a Fruitful Perspective for the History of Circulation of Mathematics*

09.35-10.10 Jenneke Krüger (University of Utrecht), *Periodicals for Mathematics Teachers: the Netherlands, 1754-1904 *

10.15-10.50 Liliane Alfonsi (University of Paris Sud), *French Mathematical Textbooks in the 18th Century: from “Why?” to “How?” Learn Mathematics *

10.50-11.25 Guillaume Moussard (University of Nantes), *Standardization of the Place of Problems in French Geometry Textbooks along 19th Century *

11.25-11.50 *Coffee break*

11.50-12.25 Jeremy Kilpatrick (University of Georgia), *Changing Directions: the “Second Round” of the School Mathematics Study Group*

12.25-13.00 Erika Luciano (University of Turin), *Mathematics and Race in Turin: the Jewish Community and the Local Supply of Education (1848-1945)*

13.00-15.00 *Lunch*

**Thursday, 24th September**, Università di Torino, Aula Magna, Via Po, 17 - Torino

15.00-15.20 Jenny Boucard (University of Nantes), *Number Theory in Teaching Mathematical Journals: the Case of Nouvelles Annales de Mathématiques (1842-1927)*

15.20-15.40 Chiara Pizzarelli (University of Turin), *Teaching of Mathematics in School Periodicals: the Case of the Piedmont (1849-1894)*

15.40-16.00 Klaus Volkert (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), *The Rise of „Stoffdidaktik“ in Germany 1950-1980 and the Role Played in it by the Journal Mathematisch-physikalische Semesterberichte*

16.00-16.20 Jan Guichelaar (University of Amsterdam), *Pythagoras, a Dutch Mathematical Magazine for High School and College Students, and Teachers of Mathematics*

16.20-16.40 Antonio M. Oller (Centro Universitario de la Defensa de Zaragoza), *The Problem Section of El Progreso Matemático*

16.40-16.55 Posters: Sergey Atanasyan (Moscow City Pedagogical State University), Ildar Safuanov (Moscow City Pedagogical University), *On the History of School Mathematical Education and Preparing Mathematics Teachers in Moscow during Social and Economic Changes*; Sergey Atanasyan (Moscow City Pedagogical State University), Ildar Safuanov (Moscow City Pedagogical University), *On the History of Preparing Mathematics Teachers in Moscow in the Last Two Decades (1995-2015)*; Nicla Palladino (University of Palermo), *Elementary Geometry and Teaching: from Triangles to Interactive Geometry*

16.55-17.10* Coffee break*

17.10-17.30 Luis Puig (University of Valencia), *A German in Valencia, Spain. An Episode of the Teaching of Algebra in 16th Century*

17.30-17.50 Olivier Bruneau (University of Lorraine), *Maths in Metz: the Circulation of Mathematics Teachers and Mathematics in Metz (France) around 1800*

17.50-18.10 Rita Binaghi (University of Turin), *Mathematics, Architecture and Engineering from the Ancien Régime to 1848*

18.10-18.20* Short break*

18.20-18.40 Nadine Benstein (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), *Descriptive Geometry as School Subject in Germany*

18.40-19.00 João Pedro Xavier (University of Porto), Eliana Manuel Pinho (University of Porto), *Olivier String Models and the Teaching of Descriptive Geometry*

**Friday, 25th September,** Università di Torino, Aula Magna, Via Po, 17 - Torino

09.00-09.35 Ana Millan Gasca (University of Roma Tre), *Mathematics and Children's Minds: the Role of Geometry in the European Tradition from Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi (1746-1827) to Charles Laisant (1840-1920)*

09.35-10.10 Evelyne Barbin (University of Nantes), *The Role of the ‘Geometrie der Lage’ of Theodor Reye for the Teaching of a «Modern Geometry» (1866-1900) *

10.15-10.50 Harm Jan Smid (TU Delft), *Johan Wansink and His Role in Dutch Mathematics Education*

10.50-11.25 Flávia Soares (Universidade Federal Fluminense), *The Teaching of Mathematics in the Periodical Press in Rio de Janeiro in the Nineteenth Century *

11.25-11.50 *Coffee break*

11.50-12.25 Leo Rogers (Mathematics Education Researcher), *Research Influence on the Development of Textbooks for Primary and Secondary Schools in UK (1960-1979)*

12.25-13.00 Johan Prytz (Uppsala University), *What Was New About New Math? Stability and Change in Swedish Curriculum Documents and Textbooks, 1962-1980 *

13.00-15.00 *Lunch*

Exhibition at the *Museo della Scuola e del Libro per l’Infanzia*

16.30 * Museo Egizio* or

17.00 *Museo del Cinema*

20.30 *Social dinner*

**Saturday, 26th September**, Università di Torino, Aula Magna, Via Po, 17 - Torino

09.00-09.35 Gregg De Young (American University of Cairo), *Printing Geometry Textbooks in Persian in 19th Century Iran *

09.35-10.10 Kajsa Bråting (Uppsala University), Tove Österman (Uppsala University), *The Development of the Swedish School System in View of John Dewey’s Distinction between Logical and Psychological Aspects of Learning *

10.10-10.45 Susan Monaghan (Syracuse University), *Mathematics Textbook Adoptions in a Large Urban School District in the United States, 1950-2012: Curriculum, Community or Corporation? *

10.45-11.05 Maria T. Sanz Garcia (University of Valencia), *Descriptive Problems of Fractions*

11.05-11.25 Ignacio González-Ruiz (University of Salamanca), María Teresa González (University of Salamanca), Marta Molina (University of Granada), *Historical Study of the Notion of Equivalence Relation on Teachers’ Training in Spain*

11.25-11.45 *Coffee break*

11.45-12.05 Rafaela Silva Rabelo (University of Sao Paulo), *Brazilian Educators in the Teachers College Columbia University: Circulation and Appropriations in Mathematics Education Field, 1920s and 1930s*

12.05-12.25 Rui Candeias (UIED, Universidade Nova de Lisboa), *Mathematics in Training Programs for Primary School Teachers (1926-1974)*

12.30 *Closing*