Dr. Jeremy Kilpatrick is a Regents Professor of mathematics education at the University of Georgia, USA. He is a winner of Felix Klein Medal for 2007 for his sustained and distinguished lifetime achievement in mathematics education research and development. He has been an internationally well-known researcher and has published groundbreaking papers, book chapters and books in many areas - many of which are now standard references in the literature - on problem solving, on the history of research in mathematics education, on teachers' proficiency, on curriculum change and its history, and on assessment. In particular, s publication includes the monumental work, Curriculum Development in Mathematics (Howson, Keitel, and Kilpatrick, 1981)
This special interview session invites him to talk on the theme A: Learning from the past and to share his perspectives with the audience. He will answer to key questions about driving forces and barriers shaping mathematics curriculum reforms.