Evidence continues to highlight the problem of low attainment in lower secondary mathematics. In this online seminar, we present the results from the Investigating Mathematical Attainment and Progress (IMAP) project, which was funded by the Nuffield Foundation and focused on low attaining students in Year 9.
Presented by Dr Alison Clark-Wilson and Professor Celia Hoyles, University College London.
A lecture presented by University of Connecticut Math students (currently studying at the University of Nottingham, School of Education).
A Centre for Research in Mathematics Education seminar: Presented by Dr Andreas Stylianides, Reader in Mathematics Education, University of Cambridge.
This is a Centre for Research in Mathematics Education seminar presented by Dr Peter Wright, UCL Institute of Education, University College London.
A CRME seminar presented by Dr Charis Voutsina, Southampton Education School, University of Southampton.
Talk plays an important role in broadening a student’s mathematical vocabulary, bringing increased lucidity to their explanations, and more generally developing and communicating their mathematical understanding. However this raises the question of how teachers can provide opportunities for students to develop what we succinctly label talk in mathematics (TiM). In this seminar we report on the first year of a two-year collaboration between two teams of teachers from local secondary schools and three researchers, who together have sought to address this question.
Join us for a seminar focused on thoughts from the 1970 British Cohort Study and its impact on the relationship between Economics and Mathematics.
A Centre for Research in Mathematics Education seminar.