working with pupils and their teachers in primary mathematics classrooms and how close observation provides opportunities to scrutinise what pupils noticed during their engagement with rich mathematical tasks
the predominance of measurement in mathematics research, illustrating this through the example of studies into mathematics anxiety, and the importance of qualitative research to understand learners’ experiences
the affordances of in-person tutorials and their enduring value
the impact that the policy in England mandating GCSE resits (or equivalent) for 16–19-year-olds has on students’ motivation and emotional response to mathematics
calls for increased awareness and sensitivity to the way cultural heritage affects our understanding and practice of mathematics.
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Reader in Education at Sheffield Hallam University
Gill is a Reader in Education at the Sheffield Institute of Education (SIoE), Sheffield Hallam University. She came into higher education after seventeen years’ experience teaching and leading secondary mathematics and six years as a...
Reader in Mathematics Education at Brunel University
Gwen Ineson is a Reader in Mathematics Education at Brunel University London, where she is Deputy Head of the Department of Education. She supervises a number of doctoral researchers and her main teaching is on the primary PGCE, where she is...