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Are you interested in teaching mathematics using Lean? Would you like to learn more about Lean and how it has been used in undergraduate teaching? Join us online for our 2nd Event on “Learning Mathematics with Lean” on 18-19-20th April 2023, times: 14:00-17:00 (GMT). For more details and to register check out our website.
Last week, we had a Mathematics, Science and health Education Research Centre (MSHE) event for MSc students. During this event students were given the opportunity to engage in activities, discuss mathematics and science education research; and meet members of the Mathematics Science and Health Education (MSHE) Centre at Southampton Education School. The talks and activities included: […]
An article “Distinguishing Nature of Science Beliefs, Knowledge and Understandings” authored by Richard Brock and MSHE colleague Wonyong Park has been published in the journal Science & Ecuation. Whilst teaching about the nature of science (NOS) is a significant goal of science education, there remains debate about specifying the NOS and appropriate pedagogies and approaches […]
In Spring 2022 we conducted the ‘Mathematics in Transit’ project. In this project a team of teachers and researchers from post-16 schools, the Southampton Education School and the School of Mathematics, explored curriculum materials to find the topic that would be most helped with a supporting booklet. The most useful topic was ‘proof’. This booklet […]
SeaCity Museum, located in the civic centre of Southampton, tells the story of the people of the city, their fascinating lives and historic connections with Titanic and the sea. Neta Shaby and Ran Peleg, lecturers in the School of Education, specialising in research on informal learning environment, such as museums, organised the visit for the […]
A new publication by Dr Christian Bokhove explores whether instructional practices in secondary mathematics classrooms differ between Western and East Asian countries. After each round of International Large-scale Assessments such as the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) and the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), excellent achievements by countries in East Asia […]
New Open Access paper published by Charis Voutsina and primary mathematics education colleagues from five UK Universities
Alderton, J., Ineson, G., Donaldson, G., Rowland, T., Voutsina, C. & Wilson, K. (2022). “You see things that you wouldn’t have seen otherwise”: enabling elementary preservice teachers to share different ways of seeing mathematics. Mathematics Education Research Journal. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13394-022-00423-z Preservice teachers on 1-year postgraduate programmes engaged in shared mathematics enquiry, with a focus on visual growing patterns. […]