International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education

You are cordially invited to participate in the Twenty-Seventh Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME) and the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting of PME-North American Chapter to be jointly held in Honolulu, Hawai‘i on July 13-18, 2003.The conference will be held in the Hawai‘i Convention Center.

APRIL 30, 2003: Please note that the SECOND & FINAL ANNOUNCEMENT is now available for download by clicking on the button below marked "Second & Final Announcement." Information in other areas has also been updated.

MAY 14, 2003: Information and reading for the Research Forums and the Plenary Panel is now available. Press "Research Forums/Reading" below to get information and download files.

JUNE 17, 2003: (1) Presenting a poster at PME27? You will have a 4 foot by 4 foot pinboard vertically mounted as the area for your presentation. How the space is to be used is entirely up to you! (2) Those participants interested in DG 8 on Stochastical thinking should press "Research Forums/Reading" for relevant information.

JULY 2, 2003: Information for Working Session 1 (from Laurie Edwards) and Discussion Group 7 (from Fulvia Furinghetti) may be downloaded by pressing "Research Forums/Reading" below.

JULY 6, 2003: Draft program available as PDF download here.

Download a Final Registration/Accommodation packet:
DOC version here or PDF version here

HOTEL RATES including taxes, single or double occupancy per night!

‘Ohana West Hotel US$66.85
‘Ohana Maile Sky Court Hotel US$66.85
‘Ohana East Hotel US$90.25
Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach Hotel US$191.55

For further information contact:

Dr. Sandy Dawson, dawsons@prel.org, Phone: +1-808-441-1331, or

Dr. Joseph Zilliox, zilliox@hawaii.edu, Phone: +1-808-956-5358

Information about the University of Hawai‘i and its programs may be found at www.hawaii.edu.

Visit Pacific Resources for Education and Learning at www.prel.org for information on its educational programs, particularly mathematics, and about the Pacific region generally.


Please direct concerns, comments, or questions about this site to pateman@hawaii.edu

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