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Upcoming event

Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME)

This event is free to attend, however pre-registration is essential.

The aim of the Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) event is to provide a platform for teachers of mathematics in early years, primary, secondary, further education or higher education to share with fellow practitioners their classroom research projects about any aspects of mathematics teaching and learning. The event also aims to develop practitioners’ research skills, through a keynote presentation given by Professor Barbara Jaworski (Mathematics Education Centre, Loughborough University), workshops and presentations by fellow practitioners.

Professor Barbara Jaworski is a Professor of Mathematics Education in the Mathematics Education Centre at Loughborough University. Her main research focus is the development of mathematics teaching in theory and in practice and communities of inquiry in developmental research. She is interested in characterising the teaching of mathematics as it relates to students’ making of meaning in mathematics.

The day is organised and supported by the BERA Special Interest Group on Mathematics Education, in collaboration with the British Society for Research in Learning Mathematics (BSRLM), and with generous funding from the Centre for Mathematical Cognition at Loughborough University, which enables this year’s event to be free to delegates.

Programme

10.00 Registration and refreshments
10.30 Introduction and welcome
10.35 Keynote
11.40 Research Presentations 
12.45 Lunch and refreshments
13.30 Workshops
14.25 Research Presentations 
15.30 Completion of evaluation forms
15.35 Tea and Coffee
16.00 Close of event

 

Call for presenters

If you are a classroom teacher and would like to share your research (either completed or on-going research) with fellow practitioners in a friendly environment, please complete the online abstract submission form by 28th September 2020.

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