4th Online Vedic Mathematics Conference
17th - 18th March 2018
6:30 to 9:30 pm IST (Indian Standard Time)
The IAVM and the Vedic Mathematics Academy are delighted to announce the 4th Online VM Conference .
The event will feature renowned Vedic Math teachers sharing their work, experts talking about special projects, scholars reading their research papers, workshops on instructional approaches, panel discussion with a focus on effective Vedic Math teaching, and experts to answer questions.
The aims of the Vedic Maths conference are to:
1. broaden the awareness of VM
2. introduce and illustrate the speed, fun and flexibility of VM
3. share discoveries and benefits
4. bring people together with similar interests
5. discuss future pathways for VM
Who should attend?
Anyone who has an interest in maths or maths education. That is teachers, parents, researchers, students etc.
If you would like to offer to make a presentation under Workshops, Global Practices etc. please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for papers
Research scholars and educators are invited to submit papers for the forthcoming Online Conference.
The two-day conference aims to bring together researchers, educators, and Vedic Math practitioners across the globe to share their research, practices, and projects.
Papers relating to the following are welcome:
- Applications and advancements in using the Vedic Maths sutras
- Extending mathematics using the sutras
- Vedic Maths in education
- Classical and Ancient Indian Mathematics
- Philosphy of Vedic Maths
1. Abstracts, up to 300 words in length, must be submitted by email by 14th February 2018.
2. Papers must be original.
3. Upon acceptance, full papers must be submitted by 9th March.
4. Authors of papers will be given 30 minutes for presentation followed by Q and A.
5. International authors can be sponsored to cover travel and accommodation costs.
6. Papers will be published in the annual IAVM Journal.
Please send abstracts or contact the IAVM for further information at email@example.com
This page is under construction - details below here are likely to change.
DAY 1, 17th March, 2018
1) Opening and Introduction
2) Global VM practices: A series of short presentations from VM practitioners around the world telling us what they are doing, their success stories, plans, challenges etc.
Global Practices Details
10 minute break
3) Workshop 1 by
25 minutes including Q&A
4) Workshop 2 by
25 minutes including Q&A
5 minute break
5) Special Project Workshops: These are accounts of special projects that are underway in various parts of the world. Each will have a brief Q&A session. The 'Chat' facility will give all participants the opportunity to ask questions about these projects.
30 minutes including Q&A
Special Projects Details
6) Conclusion of Day 1
DAY 2, 18th March, 2018
2) VM research: Presentations outlining research papers that have been submitted to the Conference. Each will have a brief Q&A session.
Registered participants will have access to all the full papers a few days prior to the event.
60 minutes including Q&A
3) Workshop 3 by
15 minutes includingQ&A
4) Workshop 4 by
15 minutes including Q&A
5 minute break
5) Panel discussions: A series of discussions on moving forward with Vedic Mathematics: global, educational, research etc. Conducted by
55 minutes including Q&A
These discussions will be based around questions submitted by the conference participants.
6) Q & A from conference participants on any aspect of the Conference and discussion of further developments.
This is where you can offer your comments, suggestions, insights etc.
Panel Discussions Details
7) Conclusion of Conference
Only a web browser and headphones or speaker are required to view and participate.
Access through Smartphones is also possible.
Conference access details will be sent 1 day prior to the course start.
NB: The registration period will end 2 days before the conference start
If you would like to make a short presentation on Day 1, or if you have any question(s) you would like to see addressed on Day 2, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the details.
Recordings of the event will be available to anyone who has registered for the conference. A detailed pdf of the entire event will also be sent out.
Kenneth Williams James Glover Swati Dave Has been studying, researching and teaching Vedic Mathematics since 1971, founded the Vedic Mathematics Academy in 1998, published several articles, written several books, created DVDs, been invited to many countries to give seminars and courses. Gives online courses, including teacher training. Research includes developing Tirthaji's material, left-to-right calculating, Astronomy, applications of Triples, extension of Tirthaji's 'Crowning Gem', Calculus. James Glover has 35 years experience of teaching Vedic Maths in schools together with original research and development on its use in education. He has run many public courses, seminars and workshops in Vedic Mathematics and has held international courses for teacher training. He has authored five books: Vedic Mathematics for Schools 1, 2 and 3 and The Curious Hats of Magical Maths 1 and 2. He has written several papers on Vedic Mathematics together with published articles in the Indian press. James teaches mathematics in London and is a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications. An educational and project management consultant with over 20 years of experience in the fields of civil engineering, project management, education, non-profits and teaching/training. Swati is a certified Vedic Math teacher, and is teaching Vedic Math as a part of after school programs in the USA. She likes working with young minds and strongly believes that educators and parents can work together to make math learning fun for all kids.