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Open Access paper published by Charis Voutsina, Lois George and Keith Jones in Educational Studies in Mathematics

Utilising microgenetic qualitative methods, the research reveals underlying dynamics of change in learning showing that “a child’s stable performance or consistent delivery of the same type of answer to a problem (correct or incorrect) does not necessarily mean that learning is not growing.” Voutsina, C., George, L., & Jones, K. (2019). Microgenetic analysis of young […]

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Come work with us as lecturer

We are looking for a lecturer in our MSHE research centre. Applications are invited from those who have a successful and proven track record of research and publication in Mathematics and / or Science and / or Health Education research, and who possess ambitions in line with those of the School. You will have a […]

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Appointment to Editorial Board

Dr Charis Voutsina has been appointed to the Editorial Board of the academic journal Research in Mathematics Education (RME) following a selection process. Research in Mathematics Education is an international, highly esteemed journal, publishing original refereed articles on all aspects of mathematics education.

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Dr Bokhove presents work on geometry education

I did two presentations on geometry education this week. One at the BSRLM day conference and one seminar at Birkbeck, University of London. Slides for Birkbeck: https://www.slideshare.net/cbokhove/the-role-of-opportunity-to-learn-in-the-geometry-currriculum-148992758 The slides have more links. The flowchart software from my Japanese colleagues is at http://www.sun-first.jp/fc_html5d/ Slides for the BSRLM: https://www.slideshare.net/cbokhove/talk-for-the-bsrlm-day-conference-june-2019-149077010

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Thoughts on assessment literacy

Our centre contributed to an Assessment Literacy training. Some thoughts for mathematics education in the slides below.

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Introducing our MSHE research centre

Our Mathematics, Science and Health Education research centre is a high quality, professional set of of enthusiastic people involved in research in mathematics, science and health education. We work together with practitioners and have strong links with teacher training. In these slides we introduce the research centre. If you have ideas for research, don’t hesitate […]

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Dr Bokhove presents paper with results from enGasia at AERA

Dr Bokhove will present a paper with results from analyses done for the enGasia project. The enGasia project was a British Academy funded project: In international comparisons for mathematics like PISA and TIMSS, Asia outperforms England considerably. For geometry this difference is even greater. With a new maths curriculum coming into play in England in […]

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