Mathematics and Technology in the Body of Education: the Gender Perspective
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09:00-09:30 Registration - morning coffee
09:30-09:45 Mathematics and technology in the 'body' of education: knowledge and gender politics - Opening
Anna Chronaki, University of Thessaly
09:45-10:45 Undoing mathematics? Troubling fantasies of gender and mathematics
Heather Mendick, London Metropolitan University and Goldsmiths College
10:45-11:15 Coffee break
11:15-12:35 Myths behind screens and numbers
Yianis Pechtelidis, University of Thessaly

'Discourses' of female students about computers: their experience in education
Olga Pantouli, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Dominant discourses and gender dimensions in the writing of school mathematics:
the case of the school magazine Euclid A

Anastasia Stamou and Anna Chronaki, University of Thessaly

Common viewpoints between feminist epistemologies and chaos theory: a balanced discussion
Aristotelis Gkiolmas and Constantine Skordoulis, University of Athens

20min discussion
13:00-14:30 Lunch buffet
14:30-16:00 Maths for all as music for all: music improvisation session [Dance Room, Level 4]
led by Panagiotis Kanelopoulos, University of Thessaly
16:00-17:00 Minds, morals, and mathematics in the wake of the deaths of plato and god:
Reflections on what social constructionism means, really

Sal Restivo, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
17:00-17:30 Coffee break
17:30-18:30 What is 'mathematics' for you? School mathematics from an 'anthropological' perspective
Athena Kasapi, University of Peloponnese

Greek women mathematicians in the 20th century: an overview
Kyriaki Frantzi, University of New South Wales

Women writers in a school mathematics journal: belonging and becoming
Anna Chronaki, University of Thessaly

20min discussion
20:00 Dinner
09:00-09:30 Morning coffee
09:30-10:30 Gendered docility: the power of technology and technologies of power for lowincome countries
Mairéad Dunne, University of Sussex
10:30-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-12:00 Gender, self-efficacy and achievement among South African technology teacher trainers
James Mackay and Jean Parkinson, University of KwaZulu-Natal

Primary boys' and girls' math and computer self-efficacy beliefs and their relation to students' socialization experiences beyond school
Ioanna Vekiri and Anna Chronaki, University of Thessaly

Equality, power and academic life: an analysis of a Swedish academic lunch table conversation
Karin Junefelt, Stockholm University

The second chance of the 'second sex': participation barriers for women in postgraduate adult distance education
Helen Giannakopoulou & George Koulaouzides, Hellenic Open University

20min discussion
12:00-13:30 Lunch buffet
13:30-14:30 Death proof: Chicks, fast cars and feminism
Yvonne - Alexia Cosma, University of Thessaly

Marxism and Utopia in feminist science fiction
Ioanna Stavrou and Constantine Skordoulis, University of Athens

Reading advertisements, embodying technology
M. Keramyda, N. Fachantidis, I. Vamvakidou, University of Western Macedonia

20min discussion
14:30-15:30 Reflective remarks
Maria Rentetzi, National Technical University of Athens

Sal Restivo, Heather Mendick, Mairéad Dunne
15:30 Closure

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