2. April 1951; Keerbergen (B): The teaching of geometry in the first years of secondary schools

3. August 1951; Herzberg (CH): The functional curriculum from kindergarten to University

4. April 1952; La Rochette (F): Mathematical and mental structures

5. August 1952; Wellerbach (L): Relations between mathematics teaching, modern science and technique

requirements

6. July 1953; Calw (D): The connections between the pupils thinking and the teaching of mathematics

7. August 1954; Oosterbeek (NL): The modern mathematics at school

8. April 1955; Bellano (I): The pupil coped with mathematics. A releasing pedagogy

9. August 1955; Ramsau (A): The probabilities and statistics teaching at the university and the school

10. August 1956; Novi Sad (Y): The primary school teachers training

11. April 1957; Madrid (E): Teaching materials

12. August 1958; Saint Andrews (UK): The question of problems in the mathematics teaching

13. August 1959; Aarhus (DK): The Universities and the schools coping with their mutual responsibilities

14. August 1960; Krakow (PL): Basic mathematics

15. July 1961; Founex-Coppet (CH): Languages of the mathematics

16. August 1962; Morlanwelz (B): Experimental and axiomatic attitudes in the teaching the mathematics

17. August 1963; Digne (F): A reconstruction of the mathematics for those between 16 and 18

18. August 1964; Oberwolfach (D): Contribution of psychology to a modern mathematical teaching

19. April 1965; Milano Marittima (I): The place of the geometry in a modern mathematical teaching

20. April 1966; Dublin (IR): First steps in calculus in a modern mathematical teaching

21. April 1967; Gandia (E): The teaching of the mathematics for those between 6 and 12

22. August 1970; Nice (F): Progress in mathematics since 1945. Study of new concepts

23. August 1971; Krakow (PL): The mathematical logic at school

24. August 1972; Morlanwelz (B): Algorithmic thinking in the school teaching

25. August 1973; Québec: (CND): The mathematical activity development in the education

26. August 1974; Bordeaux (F): Probabilities and statistics in the primary and secondary education

27. August 1975; Tunis (Tunisie): Teaching mathematics, why?

28. August 1976; Louvain-la-Neuve (B): Some questions related to the use of problems in the teaching of

mathematics

29. August 1977; Lausanne (CH): Evaluation in the teaching of mathematics

30. August 1978; Santiago (E): Connections between mathematics education and the subjects to which it serves and from which it is induced

31. August 1979; Veszprem (H): Mathematics for all and for everyone

32. July 1980; Oaxtepec (Mexico): Mathematical and pedagogical aspects of mathematisation and applying

mathematics

33. August 1981; Pallanza (I): Processes of geometrisation and visualisation

34. August 1982; Orléans (F): Means and materials for the teaching of mathematics

35. August 1983; Lisboa (P): Mathematics education in relation to the reality of schools and society

36. April 1984; Frascati (I): Restricted meeting: Aims, priorities and future modes of action

37. August 1985; Leiden (NL): Mathematics for all ... in the computer age

38. August 1986; Southampton (UK): Mathematics for those between 14 and 17, is it really necessary?

39. August 1987; Sherbrooke (CN): The role of errors in the learning and teaching of mathematics

40. July 1988, Budapest (H): Restricted meeting: Structure and politics of the commission

41. August 1989; Bruxelles (B): Role and conceptions of mathematics curricula

42. July 1990; Szczyrk (PL): The teacher of mathematics in the changing world

43. July 1991; Locarno (CH): Restricted Meeting of the Commission: Preparation of the future meetings

44. August 1992; Chicago (USA): The student confronted by mathematics

45. July 1993; Cagliari (I): Assessment focussed on the students

46. July 1994; Toulouse (F): Graphical and symbolical representation in mathematics education

47. July 1995; Berlin (D): Mathematics (education) and common sense

48. July 1996; Huelva (ES): Restricted Meeting of the Commission: Constitution of CIEAEM

49. July 1997; Setubal (P): Interaction in the mathematics classroom

50. July 1998; Neuchâtel (CH): Links between theory and practice

51. July 1999; Chichester (GB): Cultural diversity and mathematics education

52. April 2000; Amsterdam (NL): Restricted meeting of the Commission: Preparation of the future meetings

53. July 2001; Verbania (I): Mathematical Literacy in the Digital Era

54. July 2002; Vilanova i la Geltru (ES): A challenge for mathematics education: to reconcile commonalities and

differences

55. July 2003; Plock(PL): The use of didactic materials for developing pupils mathematical activities

56. April 2004; París (FR): Restricted Meeting of the Commission: CIEAEM in today´s world

57. July 2005; Palermo(I): Changes in the Society: a challenge for Mathematic Education (I)