News

New publication: "Adaptive teaching of covariational reasoning: Networking "the way of being" on two layers

Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs' new article in JMB is now available for download until Aug. 14, 2022.

Internship in our working group

We are very happy to welcome a pupil from Bremen to do a two-week internship with us! Starting on May 30, we will show her the diverse work and research areas of our working group in mathematics education.

Talks about mathematics education research at Mathematisches Kolloquium

Everybody is cordially invited to three talks about mathematics education in the Mathematics Colloquium!

April 26, 2022, 17.30 - 19.00 (GW1, HS H0070):

Hat Musik etwas mit Mathematik zu tun?

Prof. Valentin Blomer (Universität Bonn)

May 17, 2022, 16.00 - 17.30 (Cartesium, Rotunde):

Digitale Medien - Chance oder Hindernis für einsichtsvolles Lernen in Schule und Universität

JProf. Daniel Walter (Universität Bremen)

June 14, 2022, 16.00 - 17.30 (online):

Funktionales Denken zielgerichtet fördern

Prof. Jürgen Roth (Universität Koblenz-Landau)

Please consider the Announcements for the abstracts as well as the event venues and dates.
Symposium March 24/25, 2022

Members of our AG organise the symposium "Zukunftsweisende Perspektiven zur Verzahnung und
Vernetzung von Fachwissenschaft und Fachdidaktik"
(March 24/25, 2022).

Talks about mathematics education research at Mathematisches Kolloquium

December 14, 2021:

Welche Rolle können Differentialgleichungen im Mathematikunterricht der gymnasialen Oberstufe spielen? Modellieren und qualitative Analysis

Prof. Sebastian Bauer (Georg-August-Universität Göttingen)

January 25, 2022:

Mathematikunterricht in digitalen Zeiten: Streifzüge durchs Grenzgebiet zwischen schulischem und außerschulischem Lernen

Dr. Marcel Klinger (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

Please consider the Announcements for further information.

New publication: "Reducing Fragmentation in University Pre-Service Teacher Education. Conditions and Challenges"

Erik Hanke, Stefanie Hehner and Angelika Bikner-Ahsbahs publish results from a joint project in mathematics and English linguistics on "Reducing Fragmentation in University Pre-Service Teacher Education" in EDeR.

Prof. Maike Vollstedt at GDM Conference for Young Researchers

Prof. Maike Vollstedt ist als Expertin auf der Nachwuchskonferenz der GDM vertreten. Sie bietet dort u.a. einen Workshop zur Grounded Theory an.

Dr. Ingolf Schäfer dep. academic dean

Dr. Ingolf Schäfer is now deputy academic dean at FB3. Congratulations!

Prof. Maike Vollstedt in faculty council

Prof. Maike Vollstedt is elected professorial member of faculty council at FB3. Congratulations!

Compendium about working academically online

We allocate a compendium about working academically.






Welcome to the AG Didaktik der Mathematik!

Members of AG Didaktik

Our profile

The FB3 mathematics education working group brings together a wide range of experience in mathematics and mathematics education research. Collectively we have years of experience in schools, supporting learners and working with teachers. We apply our diverse skills in the contexts of mathematics teacher training and research, learning from and with each other. Our common research interest is gaining theoretical and practical insight into mathematical knowledge and its construction and better understanding the conditions that support learning. 

Our guiding principle in teacher training is a very tight integration of theory and practice. This means:

  • the earliest possible involvement of students in mathematics education research,
  • the application of research findings to practice,
  • gathering practical experience in elementary mathematics and mathematics teacher education, and
  • a didactically enriched elementary mathematics teacher education program.

As a part of the university, we work with other working groups by participating in a variety of university committees and other activities.

Contact

Adress: Universität Bremen

AG Didaktik der Mathematik
MZH 6140
Bibliotheksstraße 5
28359 Bremen


Secretary: Kerstin Düren

dueren@math.uni-bremen.de
MZH 6140
(0421) 218 637 - 20

Tanja Rethemeyer

tanjar@math.uni-bremen.de
MZH 6060
(0421) 218 598 -60