Andreas Stylianides is Professor of Mathematics Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.

At Cambridge, Andreas is the Chair of the Mathematics Education Research Group and a Fellow of Hughes Hall College. Also, he has held several leadership positions including as the Faculty of Education’s Director of Teaching and Learning and a member of the Faculty’s Senior Leadership Team.

Andreas’s research is committed to understanding and acting upon problems of classroom practice. A premise underlying this dual commitment is that, by engineering ways to address problems of practice, one develops also a better theoretical understanding of the processes (didactical, epistemological, etc.) underpinning the problems. He has published widely in mathematics education and beyond, and he serves on the editorial boards of several international research journals. He is a Visiting Professor at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

At Oxford, Andreas collaborates with doctoral students and colleagues of the Subject Pedagogy Research Group. This includes a John Fell Fund project with Professor Gabriel Stylianides as part of a broader collaborative research agenda to understand what is involved in helping students develop their proof competencies.

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