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January 27, 2021New Open Access paper published by Maths Education colleagues
Voutsina, C., Alderton, J., Wilson, K., Ineson, G., Donaldson, G., & Rowland, T. (2021). Preservice teachers’ expressed awarenesses: Emerging threads of retro-spection of learning and pro-spection of teaching. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 1-25. This article is free to access via this link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10857-020-09484-y The paper reports evidence from a study that examined connections between […]Posted By : MSHE
December 11, 2020Saliva testing
Colleagues from the Education School have contributed to engagement work in schools. In this podcast our Vice Chancellor from 5mins talks about the saliva testing programme and our work with schools and how that is good for us as a university. You can read the first and the most recent newsletters here:Posted By : MSHE
November 13, 2020Presentation on largescale assessment for Indonesian audience
On the 4th of November member of the MSHE, Dr Christian Bokhove, gave a presentation about the use of international largescale assessments (ILSA) to analyse mathematics education. In a wide-ranging talk Dr Bokhove gave an overview of ILSA, how Indonesia fared in PISA and what it takes it analyse such assessments in a rigorous way. […]Posted By : MSHE
October 7, 2020Wolf Award for Dr Bokhove
The nonprofit and independent organization IEA (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement) is an international cooperative of national research institutions, government research agencies, scholars, and analysts working to evaluate, understand, and improve education worldwide. They are known for studies like TIMSS and PIRLS. They have awarded a 2020 Wolf Award to Dr Bokhove. […]Posted By : MSHE
September 20, 2020New paper analyses more than 17,000 Ofsted documents
Dr Bokhove and Dr Sims have published a new paper in which they demonstrate how textmining techniques can give insight in thousands of Ofsted documents. The paper is here. Abstract: Many national education systems incorporate a central inspectorate tasked with visiting, evaluating and reporting on the performance of schools. The judgements produced by inspectors often […]Posted By : MSHE
July 20, 2020Paper on teaching about epigenetics in schools
MSHE members Marcus Grace, Andri Christodoulou, Carys Hughes and Janice Griffiths have just published a paper in School Science Review calling for the urgent need to teach about epigenetics in secondary school science. The rapidly growing field of epigenetics has transformed biological theory, and yet many of us are unaware of its significance. The research […]Posted By : MSHE
July 8, 2020New book chapter by Keith Jones on debates on digital technologies in mathematics education
With the use of digital technologies in education, and more widely, coming under intense scrutiny, MSHE member Keith Jones has a new book chapter published today on key debates in the use of digital technologies in the teaching and learning of mathematics. Entitled “Fake news, artificial intelligence, mobile divisions, likely futures? Debates on digital technologies […]Posted By : MSHE