BMVP Salvador Llinares Public lecture- Prospective teachers as learners: Developing noticing

10 December 2018, 5.15 PM - 10 December 2018, 6.15 PM

Dr Salvador Llinares, University of Alicante, Spain

Lecture Theatre 4.10, School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square, BS8 1JA

Dr Salvador Llinares, Mathematics Education, in the Faculty of Education, University of Alicante, Spain. Dr Linares teaches mathematics education courses at undergraduate and graduate levels and supervises graduate students in mathematics education. He is interested in teachers’ learning and the knowledge that underpins the learning process of pre-service teachers and the professional development of mathematics teacher (for example, mathematics knowledge for teaching, mathematical thinking and inquiry-based mathematics pedagogy).

Lecture Synopsis:

The mathematics education groups at the Universities of Alicante and Bristol have worked together for many years being drawn together by the use of different theoretical perspectives for working with prospective teachers of mathematics, namely, enactivism at Bristol and the discipline of noticing at Alicante. We are currently exploring the possibilities of combining these perspectives to reveal new insights and practices. This lecture will focus initially on Salvador Llinares's reflections on our previous collaborations and then discuss outcomes of the intensive work carried out through the autumn term 2018 building on our previous research.

Followed by a drinks reception.

Free registration is recommended.

Contact information

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