Symposium on Inferentialism in Mathematics and Statistics Education


On February 23, 2021 the 

Symposium on Inferentialism in Mathematics and Statistics Education

took place

from 13:00 to 17:00 (1pm to 5 pm) (CET).

Due to the current pandemic situation, the symposium was held online.

In case of questions about the symposium or the group, kindly send an email to



Time Name
Title of presentation

Maike Schindler

13:10 Arthur Bakker
On the history of the group working with inferentialism in mathematics and statistics education
13:20 Yusuke Uegatani & Hiroki Otani
Conceptual development in mathematics as making reasons explicit: Inferentialist analysis of material inferences in seventh grade students’ mathematical activities
13:50 Ola Helenius, Linda Ahl, & Abdel Seidouvy
Analysing conceptual development in collaborative talk - combining inferentialism and the theory of conceptual fields
14:20 Abdel Seidouvy
Exploring student collaboration during data generation in the statistics classroom: An inferentialist perspective
14:50 Per Nilsson
Limited and rich Math-GoGARs – giving account meaning-making in mathematic discussions
15:20 Ulrika Ryan
Inferentialism and mutlilingualism in mathematics education
15:50 Anna Chronaki
Affective bodying with mathematics, children and difference
16:20   Discussion about trends and future work