Workshop « Cognitive Development : Hommage To Robert S. Siegler »
Aix-en-Provence, June 9th & 10th 2016 Pôle Media, salle Colloque 1
Thursday June 9th
A few introductory and welcome words. -
10h30 to 11h30 : Pierre Barrouillet (University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland) & Valérie Camos (University of Freiburg, Freiburg, Switzerland), Overview Talk 1: A European perspective on Bob's contribution. -
11h30 to 13h00: Session 1 • Jing Tian (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA), Understanding of Rational Numbers: Difficulties and Prospective Solutions. • Michael Schneider (University of Trier, Trier, Germany), Something old, something new: Componential and integrated representations of fractions and lives. LUNCH BREAK -
14h00 to 15h30: Session 2 - Matija Svetina (University of Ljubljana, Ljubljana, Slovenia), A Microgenetic Approach to Numerical Estimation. - Hugo Lortie-Forgues (University of York, York, UK), Why is students’ understanding of arithmetic with numbers below one so poor? -
16h00 to 18h15: Session 3 • Geetha Ramani (University of Maryland, College Park, USA), When Worlds Unite: Role of Social Interactions in Children’s Cognitive Development. • Drew Bailey (University of California, Irvine, USA), Correlational data analysis in cognitive development: The primacy of risky tests. • Norman Brown (Unbiversity of Alberta, Canada), The Multiple-strategies: When It Works, It Really Works.
Friday, June 10th -
10h00 to 12h15: Session 4 • Julie Booth (Temple University, Philadelphia, USA), Translating Cognitive Science to Improve Education • Diane Briars (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), Bob Siegler’s Contributions to Mathematics Education Policies and Practices • Xiaodong Lin-Siegler (Teachers College Columbia, New York, USA), Robert Siegler: A role model for clarity -
12h15 to 13h00: Overview Talk 2 - David Klahr (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA), Overview Talk 2: Strategy Choices Across Bob Siegler’s Life Span.
14h00 to 15h30 : Session 5 - Elida Laski (Boston College, Boston (USA), Standing on the Shoulders of a Giant: Extending Siegler's Study of Early Addition Strategies - Lisa Fazio (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA), Overlapping waves in knowledge retrieval. -
16h00 to 17h30: Session 6 • Zhe Chen (UC Davis, USA), Children’s relational thinking: An information-processing perspective and a microgenetic approach. • Patrick Lemaire (Aix-Marseille University, Aix & Marseille, France) : Lifespan cognitive development : The Role of strategic variations. -
17h30: Robert S. Siegler, The Best Job in the World.
20h:00 : Festive dinner at Restaurant « Les 2 Frères » (4 av. Reine Astrid, Aix-en-Provence)