Join the Mathematics Education SIG meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG and plans for 2024 and onwards. This meeting will be hosted online, where you will...
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Education and democracy
The aim of the Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) event was to build the capacity of practitioner researchers through engagement with the wider research community. This...
The incoming editors of the British Educational Research Journal (BERJ) intend to publish a number of special issues during their tenure, which commences in January 2024. They are therefore...
Breaking the cycle: The mediating effects of reading, mathematical and ICT literacy skills on financial success in youth
Financial literacy is crucial for young people as they encounter financial choices that can shape their futures. Decisions like investing in a college education, making purchases, or even buying a...Continue reading blog post
Fear and loathing in North Yorkshire: Students’ emotions, values and expectancies towards compulsory resits in mathematics
In this blog post I focus on resit GCSE and Functional Skills mathematics students who are studying vocational courses at a land-based further education (FE) college in the North of England. My...Continue reading blog post
Because of the Covid-19 crisis, the virtual synchronous and asynchronous instructional reality of the mathematics classroom has become more popular when compared to the time prior to the pandemic....Continue reading blog post
The Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) day conference is a long-standing event run by the BERA Mathematics Education special interest group in collaboration with the British...
The Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) day conference is a long-standing event run by the BERA Mathematics Education special interest group (SIG) in collaboration with the...Continue reading blog post
‘I thought she would get there first but I did’: How close observation of mixed-attainment mathematics enabled the voice of the lower attainer to emerge
In this blog post I report on research exploring the use of mixed-attainment pairs in primary mathematics lessons in south-east England. Research into mixed-attainment learning is limited; as a...Continue reading blog post
Rethinking the numbers: Promoting alternative research perspectives among mathematics education researchers
Practitioner research in education helps us better understand effective pedagogy and practices. Indeed, it is practitioner curiosity that often drives our research. However, does the situatedness...Continue reading blog post