Maass, Katja

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Name, affiliation and email address

Katja Maass, University of Education Freiburg

Bio sketch

Katja Maaß is a professor at the University of Education in Freiburg. The main focus of her research is the integration of applications and modelling with mathemamtics into daily school practice, the beliefs of students and teachers, and the design of teaching-units on realistic application of mathematics. She was born in 1967 and studied mathematics and biology to become a secondary teacher. From 1995 – 2003 she worked at various types of German secondary schools as a teacher. Around 1998 she joined the didactical community of Germany and finished her thesis work with Gabriele Kaiser in 2003. She worked for a year at the University of Education in Heidelberg , before moving to Freiburg.

Field of interest

Modelling and applications in mathematics, design of reality-based tasks, beliefs of teachers and students, professional development of teachers, design of courses for professional development

Chosen topic group (but also interested in)

Chosen topic group: Professional development

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Planned contribution to ISDDE 2008

I would like to talk about a professional development program which will be held in many countries of Europe (LEMA). I could explain design principles and first reactions of teachers and first results about data evaluation. Additionally, if needed I could explain principles which lead to the development of materials for low achieving students.

paper on professional development

Expectations for this conference



paper on professional development

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