1000  1130 
Section 4A: Work with Students and Teachers 

Ildar S. Safuanov and Valery A. Gusev (Russia): Fostering thinking abilities
of pupils for mathematical competitions 

Jaroslav Švrcek and Josef Molnár (Czech Republic): Support of the work with
mathematically gifted pupils in the Czech Republic using of grants of European Social Funds 

Vincent J. Matsko (USA): Having Students Write Original Problems 
1000  1130 
Section 4B: Work with Students and Teachers 

David Kennedy (Australia): Preparing Upper Primary and Lower Secondary students
for Mathematical Problem Solving Competitions. 

Maksim Ivanov (Estonia): Number 2010 theory problems for 68 grade students 

Cheng Chun ChorLitwin (Hong Kong): Solving the problem
of number of zero in the expansion of n! 
1145  1315 
Section 4A: Work with Students and Teachers 

Oleksiy Yevdokimov (Australia): Links between problems and their role in students’
preparation to mathematical contests 

Sergey Dorichenko (Russia): Math classes in Moscow schools no.57 and 179 

Nikolay Konstantinov (Russia): Math classes in Russia 
1145  1315 
Section 4B: Work with Students and Teachers 

Quan K. Lam and Zhou Guozhen (China): The state of national
math competitions in China  the country that produced the most number of gold medal
winners in IMO  and the future of international math competitions. 

Luis Gómez Sánchez A. (Venezuela): Another perspective on a
famous problem IMO 1988: the equation (x2+y2)/(xy+1)=n2 

Petar S. Kenderov (Bulgaria): Higher Ability Students and Inquiry Based
Learning in Bulgaria – the role of European Projects InnoMathEd and Fibonacci 
1330  1415 
Talk & Discussion: Sergey Dorichenko (Russia): 

Selected Problems from the Tournament of Towns 
1420  1520 
Lunch 
1530  1630 
Plenary III: Matti Lehtinen (Finland) 

Eyewitnessing the IMO  Decades of Stability and Change 
1645  1800 
Talk & Discussion: Peter Taylor (Australia): 
1630  1815 
ICMI Study 16  The Aftermath 
1830 
Dinner 