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KEYNOTE LECTURES
Name Title Topic
Cyril Julie The Activity System of School-Teaching  Mathematics and Mathematical Modelling
Matthias Kawski A central role for interactive visualization in advanced courses
Verdiana Masanja

The Future Roll of Mathematics should guide Innovations in Mathematics Education

John Mason

The Structures of Attention and Intention in Teaching & Learning Mathematics

Alan Schoenfeld

Gearing for Flexibility: Are we really preparing our Students to be Flexible and Resourceful Mathematical Thinkers?


CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS

Abboud May Exploring Polynomial Approximations with Mathematica C
Anguelov Roumen Hausdorff Convergence of the Fourier Series of a Jump Function T
Anguelov Roumen
Mahudu S
Simelane B
Numerical Computing in Mathematics Courses C
Anguelov Roumen
Engelbrecht Johann
Harding Ansie 
Use of Computer Technology in the Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching in South Africa C
Blay John The Mathematical Resource centre at WITS: A Powerfful Resource for undergraduate Students G
Blyth Bill Animations using Maple in the First Year C
Bohlmann C A  Reading Skills and Mathematics C
Bowie Lynn  Moving between Algebraic, Graphical and Verbal Representation of Functions M
Catchpole Edward
Anderson Barbara
Experiences in Developing and Delivering a Web-based 
Course in Introductory Statistics
W
Chikunji John  Pressures and Opportunities in Mathematics Education in Zambia G
Choudary Bishweshwar  Teaching of Mathematical Analysis to undergraduate Students G
Clarke Kaye 
Leary Barbara 
Bridging the Gap A
Clarke Stephen R  Promoting Statistical Modelling in the Wider Community G
Conradie Jurie
Frith John
Of Paw-paws and Peano M
Craig Tracey What Makes a Word Problem Difficult? M
Cretchley Patricia Technology and Hand Calculation in the New e-Maths Generation: How 
do they learn? How should we teach?
C
Cretchley Patricia
Harman Chris
Balancing the Scales of Confidence: Computers in Early Undergraduate Mathematics Learning M
Tevian Dray Bridging the Vector Calculus Gap M
Engelbrecht Johann
Harding Ansie 
Internet Calculus: An Option? W
Engelbrecht Johann
Harding Ansie 
Charles Gallant
Mathematics BC - When Dinosaurs roamed the earth G
Farnsworth Ralph  The Use of Flexible, Interactive, Situation - Focused Software for the E-Learning of Mathematics C
Fay Temple  The Gibbs' Phenomenon and Harmonic Oscillations with Periodic Forsing T
Felix Clyde Attitudes of engineering students towards the flexible use of graphing calculators in a mathematics foundation programme. C
Groetsch C.W.  Inverse Problems: The Other Two - Thirds of the Story M
Hahn Alexander Galileo’s Inclined Planes in the Calculus Class Room T
Hannah Julie Report on an independent supported learning Project G
Hughes-Hallett Deborah Mathematics for Decision - Makers: Changing Quantitative and Technological Tools G
Harris Gary  The Use of Computer Algebra Systems and the Commercial Web Technology in the Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of School Teachers C
Hockman Meira  Learning and Teaching Geometry in a Multi-Perspective Environment M
Holton Derek The Mathematical Preparation of Primary School Teachers M
Houston Ken Teaching Modelling as a Way of Life M
Hubbard Ruth  The Why and How of Getting Rid of Conventional Examination M
Joubert Stephan Closed Form Solutions for the Predator - Prey Model T
Agneta Ivarsson An Access Course for mathematically deficient students in Sweden A
Keynes Harvey
Olson Andrea
The Making of the Tools for Enriching Calculus (TEC) CD-Rom: Paedagogical and Mathematical Issues in Using Technology C
Kokol-Voljc Vlasta (1) Exams in a Technology-supported Mathematics Teaching Environment C
Kokol-Voljc Vlasta (2) Role of Hand Held Technology and Computers in Pre-Service Teacher Training C
Kutzler Bernhard (1) Calculators and Computers as Pedagogocal Instruments in Teaching Mathematics C
Kutzler Bernhard (2) Indispens Manual Calculation Skills in a CAS Teaching Environment C
Luaces Victor  Distance Learning in Uruguay: Two Different Experiences M
Moneoang Makoele Capacity Building for Teachers of Mathematics: A Project A
Mason John 
Anne Watson
Stimulating Students to Construct Boundary Examples M
Mason John (2) Teaching For Flexibility In Mathematics: Being Aware of the Structures of Attention and Intention M
Meyinsse Joseph  New technology’s promise for mathematics and science education C
Miller-Reilly Barbara  Impacting on the Mathematical Confidence and Acheivement of Adults in a Pre-Degree Bridging Programme A
Muller Eric Flexibility of Students Access to Mathematics and Flexibility of Student Action within Mathematics A
Oates Greg
MOJ Thomas 
Throwing Out the Bath Water? Adapting Curricula to Reflect Changes in Technology C
Oates Greg
Reilly Ivan
A Course for Student Tutors  M
Pemberton Mike  Teaching Large Classes using Integrated Web-Based Matherials  W
Petocz Peter 
Reid Anna
Students’ Experience of Learning in Statistics and Its Implication for Flexible Learning Environments M
Prince Robert 
Frith Vera
"Gate-keeper" versus "Gate-way" A
Raj Leonard
Bukey Zaf
The Development of On-line Courses for Business Mathematics at the Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE W
Reed Beverly
Melton Austin
Kasturiarachi Bathi
Developing the Learning Styles of Students Studying Mathematics M
Roberts Lyn
Pierce Robyn
Using Web-Based Resources to Teach Taylor Series W
Rosenzweig Martin  Facilitated Cooperative Learning in First Year Mathematics M
Sibaya Duduzile  Mathematics Teaching and Preservice Teacher Beliefs about the Nature of Mathematics M
Smith Geoff 
Wood Leigh
Motivating Engineering Students to Study Mathematics  M
Smith Geoff
Wood Leigh
Survey of the Use of Flexible Assessment M
Snyman Jan
de Kock D J
Craig K J
Venter P J
Toolkit for Design Optimization (TDO): An Educational Aid to Mathematical Modelling and Optimization C
Sugden Stephen Bits, Binary, Binomials, and Recursion: Helping IT Students Understand Mathematical Induction M
Tarvin Jim Improving Student Success for Students who Utilize the Math Study Center C
Trollip Stanley  Designing Effective Learning Environments for Web-Delivery W
Uhl Jerry  A Mathematica-Based Probability Course C
Varsavsky Cristina  Towards a Relevant Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum for Science Students  G
Wakefield John  Interactive Mathematics in the Laptop University C
Walton Marguerite 
Snyders Maritz
Mathematics Requirements for Economics Science Students G
Witten Gareth  Targeted Intervention: An Applied Mathematics Course for Geology and Chemistry Majors G
Yusof Yudariah
Rahman Abdul
Students’ Difficulties with Multiple Integration: A Preliminary Study M


PANELS

Derek Holton (moderator)
Joel Hillel

Alan Schoenfeld
Izak Broere
Changes and Flexibility of Undergraduate Mathematics Teaching over the Last Decade
Deb Hughes-Hallet (moderator)
Bernard Kutzler
Harvey Keynes  
Michael Sears
Influence of Computer Algebra Systems on the Flexibility of Teaching and Learning
Pat Cretchley (moderator)
Matthias Kawski  
Jerry Uhl  
Michael Pemberton
Flexibility between man and machine for learning best
Jan Persens (moderator)
Patrick Phiri
Richard Tsanwani
Generosa Cossa
Initiatives and Flexibility in Mathematics Teaching in Africa


WORKSHOP

Stephen Sugden Flexible Delivery in Elementary Tertiary Mathematics with Excel


ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

Leigh Wood
Ken Houston
Flexible Assessment - Case Studies that  work
Owe Kågesten Learning Mathematics through Oral Presentation