I spent the last eight years observing teachers in mathematics classrooms, trying to work out the relationship between their thought and action, and before that I spent eight years in… Read more »
I love John Mason. It is always a pleasure to listen to him as he takes you with him through his exploration of mathematical thinking and learning: “sit there and… Read more »
A review of recent research in mathematics performance and mathematics self-efficacy.
Malcolm was a kind-hearted supervisor. His real passion was designing mathematical tasks. I was lucky enough to become his PhD student at the Shell Centre in the University of Nottingham… Read more »
Masters seminar on international comparisons in mathematics education in the context of globalization