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From Design experiments to innovation at scale: potential and challenges for research in mathematics education.

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Tea & coffee available on arrival at 16.15

In this talk, I will draw on research over several decades into the use of digital technologies to enhance the teaching and learning of mathematics in order to pull out what I see as some common messages. Many have shown, for example, that the teacher’s role is crucial, so professional learning must be a central component of any innovation with digital technologies. But how exactly should this be organized and managed? As a step towards answering this question, I will present examples from my own ongoing research that has as its goal the scaling and sustainability of research-based interventions.

This talk is part of the Faculty of Education Seminars series.

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