is 20-minute talk presenting original piece of research in mathematics education, followed by a 20-minute discussion.
Proposal for Research Report can have the maximum length of eight pages, accompanied by a 10-line abstract in English (and, optionally, the same abstract in another language). It should provide the theoretical framework, preliminary results, and a discussion of these results. It is important to state what is new in your research, how your study builds on past findings, and/or how it has developed new directions and pathways. Your submission might be declined if it is too similar to research already presented at one of the previous PME conferences. However, if your contribution is accepted, you can use it to apply for participation in the next International PME Conference.
Please make sure your proposal follows the general guidelines at http://www.igpme.org/index.php/annual-conference/session-types/research-report
Your submission of a Research Report should include two files:
• a file for publication – a Word document that strictly follows formatting in the submission document template;
• a file for review – a “blinded version” that is a PDF document, including the text of the proposal itself and the references, from which the author’s identity cannot be inferred.
After submission, your proposal will be double-blind peer reviewed by three PME members or Russian researchers whose areas of expertise match your research category. The conference Program Committee will make the final decision. You can read more about review process at http://www.igpme.org/index.php/annual-conference/further-information/reviewer-information-new.
You might be offered to make revisions to your proposal or recommended to present your research as Oral Communication or Poster Presentation instead of Research Report.
Your proposal may be rejected because it fails to conform to formatting guidelines, exceeds the maximum length, or does not have a correctly ‘blinded’ version. Please, see submission guidelines for details http://www.igpme.org/index.php/annual-conference/session-types/research-report and use submission checklist http://www.igpme.org/index.php/79-pme/pme-public/121-submission-checklist-rr before you submit the proposal to help you submit your proposal.