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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

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The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187

JOIN HERE ON THE DAY

 

The TALIS Video Study is an international study of mathematics teaching practices in eight countries or jurisdictions.

This seminar will explore what the TALIS Video Study can tell us about what mathematics teaching looks like in England, and how these different teaching practices are related to student learning, interest and self-efficacy in mathematics.

About the speaker

Jenni Ingram is Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at the Department of Education and Fellow of Linacre College.

She is also a Fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and the Royal Statistical Society. She is currently a member of the Mathematics Expert Group for PISA 2021 and the UK observation expert for the TALIS 2018 Video study.

Find out more about Jenni here

Audience

This seminar will be of interest to mostly mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers, but also researchers in school effectiveness and international comparative work.

Professor Anne Watson will present an outline of a forthcoming theoretical book on mathematics education in the Palgrave Macmillan series, ‘Studies in Alternative Education’. The book examines the practice of teaching mathematics in a wide range of educational spaces, locating ‘care’ as a universal theme in their work.

Professor Anne Watson is retired from University of Oxford Department of Education, having been a teacher in secondary schools before establishing an international reputation for research and practice in the field of mathematics education. Her work is noted for its respect for teachers and teaching, the realities of classroom life, and the embedded issues of social justice.

This presentation will be accessed through Teams. Please email Karen Skilling (karen.skilling@education.ox.ac.uk) for details and the Teams invitation.

Lesley Nelson-Addy is a PGCE English Curriculum Tutor and is also a Supervisor on the Masters in Learning and Teaching course, following her completion of her MSc in 2018.

Lesley is currently completing her PhD in Education and she is looking at the experiences of Black British students who study English at elite institutions across the UK. Lesley taught English in two local Oxfordshire state secondary schools for five years, having completed her PGCE at the Department of Education in Oxford. In addition to her teaching of students through GCSE and A Level English Language and Literature, Lesley has also been a professional programmes tutor at Oxford University where she teaches on the English PGCE course and is an examiner for the Masters in Learning and Teaching course.

Publications

Nelson-Addy, L., Dingwall, N., Elliott.V. & Thompson, I. (2018) ‘Back to the future: the restoration of canon and the backlash against multiculturalism in secondary English curricula’ in Goodwyn, A., Durrant, C., Sawyer, W., Zancanella, D. & Scherff, L. (eds.) The Future of Englishteaching worldwide and its histories: celebrating 50 years from the Dartmouth conference (London:Routledge).

Gabriel Lee is a Research Officer at the Department of Education. His research interests include mathematics teacher education, mathematical argumentation and proof, teacher beliefs and practices, and the use of language in mathematics classrooms.

Gabriel works on ‘Developing Language-Responsive Mathematics Classrooms’ project, which is led by Dr Jenni Ingram and aims to design a set of materials to support teachers and students to overcome linguistic challenges associated with learning mathematics.

Having started as a secondary mathematics teacher in Hong Kong, Gabriel obtained his DPhil in Education in 2022 and worked as a Lecturer in Education (Secondary Mathematics) at University of Stirling in 2022 and as a Senior Research Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2022–2023. He is a Fellow of Advance HE and currently an Editorial Assistant for the international journal Research in Mathematics Education.

He applies design research methodology, advanced quantitative models, and mixed research methods to the investigation of research questions in mathematics education. He actively engages in research projects, such as ‘Supporting Secondary Mathematics Teachers to Enhance their Students’ Proof Competencies’ (2020–2021) led by Prof Gabriel Stylianides and ‘Evaluation of the University of Nottingham’s Onebillion Mathematics Intervention’ (2017–2019) led by Prof Terezinha Nunes.

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3296-5187