A review of recent research in mathematics performance and mathematics self-efficacy.
The minority Conservative government is teetering. They have no authority, they have no programme and they have no ideas. The Queen’s speech today was thin, the Conservative General Election manifesto… Read more »
A national economy, with a sovereign currency, is big money system. Unlike a household the independent inputs and outputs are not income and expenditure. The input to a national economy… Read more »
The neoliberal consensus is broken, we need to start to think about what our education system might look like in the future
I have a number of research strands going on at the moment. There is my research into mathematics teachers’ professional development – this goes back to my interests as a… Read more »
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 »
This is a plea, primarily, to those working in education: teachers, teaching assistants, lecturers, professors and administrative staff. This is the sector that I work in. But it is also… Read more »
On the economic purity of Corbyn’s Labour
The Labour Party offers a bold and radical vision for the future of education. Here, I look at the economics and consider the possiblities
Teach First’s Social Mobility report is useful. But isn’t there an irony or paradox here? Can we address neoliberal problems through neoliberal means?