NORSMA

THE NORSMA CONFERENCE IN REYKJAVÍK HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOR ONE YEAR. 
NEW DATES ARE NOVEMBER 
4th AND 5th, 2021

 

Háskóli Íslands
Equal access for all learners to quality mathematics education

 

 

In light of developements of the COVID-19 pandemic we are forced to postpone the NORSMA10 Conference in Reykjavík for one year.  
 

The NORSMA10 conference will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland November 4th and 5th 2021

Submitted abstracts that have already been approved will still be eligible next year.
In addition there will be another call for abstracts in early 2021.
Further information will be available at a later date.

 

The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers and practitioners to present and discuss research and developmental work in the field of teaching mathematics for all and regarding diverse needs in mathematics learning.  In the spirit of the United Nations Sustainability Developmental Goals 4 (SDG4) the goal is to work towards all learners’ equal access to quality mathematics education.
Linked to the conference there will be seminars for teachers about mathematics teaching and learning. 

The Nordic Research network on Special Needs Education in Mathematics (NORSMA) was established in 2003 by professionals working within the fields of mathematics and special needs education. The network has held conferences every other year in the Nordic countries focusing on research on teaching students with difficulties in learning mathematics. The first conference was in Kristiansand in Norway 2001 before the network was officially established.
 

 

 

 

Early bird 

Regular

Standard

260 EUR

310 EUR

Student

130 EUR

165 EUR

 

 

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