Selected publications from MERN members

  • Brown, L. (2013) The Economy  In: Teaching Secondary Mathematics As If The Planet Matters. Routledge: London & New York.
  • Brown, L. & Coles, A. (2012) Staying with the detail: The use of story as a pedagogical tool within teacher education. In: First Global Conference on Storytelling; Prague, Czech Republic, 13th to 15th May.
  • Brown, L. & Coles, A. (2012) Developing "deliberate analysis" for learning mathematics and for mathematics teacher education: how the enactive approach to cognition frames reflection In: Educational Studies in Mathematics, 80, pp. 217 – 231.
  • Brown, L. & Coles, A. (2013) On doing the same problem – first lessons and relentless consistency: Refereed paper accepted for ICMI 22: Task Design in Mathematics Education Theme E Study Conference In: ICMI 22 Task Design in Mathematics Education.
  • Coles, A. (2013) Using video for professional development: The role of the discussion facilitator. In: Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education, 16(3), pp. 165-184.
  • Coles, A. (2013) On metacognition. In: For the learning of mathematics, 33(1), pp.21-26.
  • Coles, A. (2013) Being alongside: For the teaching and learning of mathematics. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam.
  • Coles, A. (2013) Biodiversity In: Teaching Secondary Mathematics As If The Planet Matters. Routledge: London & New York
  • Coles, A. (2013) Starting from algebra In: Teaching Secondary Mathematics As If The Planet Matters. Routledge: London & New York
  • Coles, A. & Brown, L. (2013) Starting from geometry In: Teaching Secondary Mathematics as if the Planet Matters. Routledge: London & New York
  • Coles, A. & Brown, L. (2013) Making distinctions in task design and student activity: Refereed paper accepted for ICMI 22: Task Design in Mathematics Education Theme B Study Conference In: ICMI 22: Task Design in Mathematics Education.
  • Coles, A. & Brown, L. (2013) Turning the mathematical learning environment into a research environment, In: Mentoring in Mathematics Education, Edited by Hyde Rosalyn, Julie-Ann Edwards. Routledge: London.
  • Coles, A. , Fernandez, C. & Brown, L. (2013) Teacher Noticing and Growth Indicators for Mathematical Development. In Proceedings of 36th Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. PME 36: Kiel.
  • Jay, T. (2012) ‘First- and second-order reactivity to verbal protocols: An example from a study on strategy variability’. In: International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 35, pp. 181-194.
  • Jay, T. (2013) ‘The possibility and importance of postperspectival working’. In: Educational Research Review, 9, pp.34-46.
  • Jay, T., & Xolocotzin, U. (2012). Mathematics and economic activity in primary school children. In: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. PME 36: Kiel.
  • Linares, S., Krainer, K., & Brown, L. (2013) Encyclopedia Mathematics Education. Springer: Rotterdam.
  • Rojano, T. & Sutherland, R. (2013) Encyclopedia Mathematics Education: Technology and Curricula in Mathematics Education. Springer: Rotterdam.
  • Stanton Fraser, D., Jay, T., O'Neill, A. & Penn, A. (2012) ‘My neighbourhood: Studying perceptions of urban space and neighbourhood with moblogging’, Pervasive and Mobile Computing. ISBN: 1574-1192.
  • Sutherland, R. (2013) Digital Technologies and Transformation in Mathematics Education, In: Rezat, S., Peter-Koop, . A. & Hattermann, M. (eds.), Transformation - A Key Idea in Mathematics Education. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.
  • Sutherland, R. J. , Joubert, M. V. , Eagle, S. M. , Scott, P. M. & Gillet, D. (2012) STELLAR. A Network of Excellence in technology Enhanced Learning Research In: TD Technologie Didattiche 20, 3, p. 136-143.
  • Uworwabayeho, A. , Roubagiza, J. , Olivero, F. & Sutherland, R. J. (2011) Participatory professional development: ICT and mathematics education in Rwanda, In: Tickly, L. & Barrett, A. (eds.), Education quality and social justice in South: challenges for policy, practice and research. Routledge: London.
Edit this page