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Responsible for the project for Paris Diderot, is Emeritus Professor at the University Paris Diderot - Paris 7 and a past-President of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction. For many years she has been involved in educational research on technological issues and in teacher education. During the project she contributed to the design of the tasks and the analysis of classroom trials as well as the design of the professional development scenarios within Module 3.
Associate professor of mathematics, Head of the IREM of Paris – Institut of Research in Mathematics Education
Fabrice is a lecturer at the University of Paris Diderot (Paris 7) and is responsible for the courses for trainee teachers. His is currently researching the integration of technology into the teaching of numerical analysis and calculus. Fabrice is gaining his accreditation to supervise research (HDR). He has already participated in several national research projects (GUPTEn), European projects (TELMA, REMATH, Edumatic) and international projects (Capes-Cofecub). In this project he collaborated on the design of tasks and the implementation of Module 3.
Associate professor of mathematics, Lecturuer at the UPMC (University Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris 6) with responsibility for the ICT courses for trainee teachers.
Claire’s research concerns the use and integration of ICT in mathematics education. She has already participated in several national research projects (GUPTEn), European projects (TELMA, REMATH, Edumatic, ActivMath) and International projects (PreNum-AC). In this project Claire collaborated on the design of tasks and the implementation of Module 3.