Research Interests

  • creativity, insight, and discovery in mathematics teaching and learning
  • the role that the AHA! experience plays in student engagement and learning
  • the role of the affective domain on the teaching and learning of mathematics
  • the development and changes in teacher beliefs
  • the professional growth of mathematics teachers
  • mathematical problem solving
  • the development and use of numeracy tasks as a resource for teaching
  • assessment – putting theory into practice
  • the student experience in adapting to a progressive classroom
  • studenting – students behaviour in a learning situation

 

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