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I like to teach mathematics through a problem-based approach, allowing students to tackle questions and then encourage them to pose questions, and offering scaffolded support to enable deep learning and understanding. Dialogue and discussion are the most effective forms of learning and I incorporate these into my teaching.

I am a qualified mathematics educator with over 30 years experience of teaching, lecturing and private tutoring, with a successful teaching and lecturing career and many successful students. My PhD was in mathematics education and I have presented workshops at many conferences and teacher-training days.

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Lessons offered by Ray

Individual

The lessons will be held

webcam

Taught subjects

- Maths
- Algebra
- Trigonometry
- Arithmetic

Levels

- All Levels

Dr. Ray Huntley

Personal Profile

I am a mathematics graduate (Bachelor of Education), hold a Diploma in Mathematical Education (Distinction), spent 18 years working in Essex schools and a spell of teaching in Melbourne, Australia. I have developed wide experience of coordinating curriculum areas, and completed the National Professional Qualification for Headship. I was a primary headteacher from January 2000 to August 2002, and I am a trained Section 48 Inspector for RE and Worship. I work in Initial Teacher Education and mathematics education, and have completed a Masters Degree in Education (with Distinction) and the Education Doctorate (EdD) in mathematics education research. I have also worked occasionally as a consultant for BEAM Education, Lighthouse Professional Development and Osiris, leading teachers’ courses and school-based INSET in mathematics. I hold Chartered Mathematics Teacher status and I tutor students for A-level and GCSE mathematics. I have been an active member of the Mathematical Association (MA) for many years, and currently serve on their Council and Publications Committee, and with the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM). I have also been a member of the General Council. I spent 8 years on the MA Teaching Committee.

Career

2018- Member of the MA Publications Committee

2018- Mathematics ‘Wizard’ Consultant for Arcadia School, Dubai

2017- Writer and reviewer of mathematics teaching materials and textbooks for Pearson Education, Harper Collins and PG Online.

2017-18 Volunteer for Scope and British Red Cross

2016-17 Lecturer in Mathematics Education, Plymouth University

2016 Lecturer on Mathematical Thinking course, Stellenbosch, South Africa

2016-21 Member of the MA Council

2015-16 Royal Institution Summer School Presenter

2015-17 External Examiner for MA (Education with Mathematics) at University of Edinburgh

2014-16 Royal Institution Mathematics Masterclass presenter (Year 5/6)

2014-17 External Examiner for B.Ed(Hons) and B.Sc(Hons) Assessment Module at University of Witwatersrand, South Africa

2014-16 Member of ATM General Council

2013-2017 External Examiner for Education BA Specialist Modules at University of Cumbria

2013- Reviewer for the International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning

2012-16 Lecturer in Education (Mathematics), Brunel University

2012-2015 External Examiner for Education BA (Mathematics) at Durham University

2012 Lecturer on Mathematical Thinking course, Stellenbosch, South Africa

2011- Co-editor of MA publication, ‘Primary Mathematics’

2011-12 Lecturer on Secondary Mathematics Enhancement Course, Bath Spa University

2011 Awarded Chartered Mathematics Teacher status

2010-11 Lecturer on Secondary Mathematics Enhancement Course, Bath Spa University

2010-11 Vice Chair of Governors at Gorsley Goffs Primary School, Herefordshire

2010 Lecturer on Mathematical Thinking course, Stellenbosch, South Africa

2008- Occasional consultant in mathematics and education for BEAM, Lighthouse, Osiris, Network for Languages and Inset Courses.com

2008-16 Member of MA Teaching Committee

2007 Awarded Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

2006- Member of MA Primary Subcommittee

2006-12 Foundation Governor at Gorsley Goffs Primary School, Herefordshire.

2004-2012 Senior Lecturer in Education, University of Gloucestershire, including Head of Centre for

Academic Writing and Numeracy Skills (2007-2012)

2002-2004 Senior Lecturer in Education (Mathematics Specialism), Anglia Polytechnic University.

2000-2002 Headteacher of Roxwell CE Primary School.

Curriculum Leader for ICT, Geography, RE/Worship, PE, PSHE.

Also Child Protection, Health and Safety, Assessment.

Ex-officio Governor.

1998-1999 Deputy Headteacher of Bentley St. Paul’s CE Primary School. Teacher of Years 4 – 6.

Curriculum Leader for English, Science.

Trained as Section 23 Inspector for RE and Collective Worship.

Teacher Governor.

1995-1997 Senior teacher of Years 3 - 5 at Kelvedon Hatch County Primary School.

Curriculum Leader for ICT, Mathematics, Key Stage 2 overview.

One term as Acting Deputy Headteacher.

1993-1994 Teacher of Years 1 to 6 at Fyfield, Dr. Walker’s CE Primary School.

Curriculum Leader for Mathematics, PE and ICT.

1991 International Teaching Fellowship – Melbourne, Australia.

Teacher of Grade 6 and Grade 3 at Cranbourne North Primary School.

1987-1992 Teacher of Years 4,5 and 6 at Bulphan CE Primary School.

Curriculum Leader for Mathematics, PE and ICT.

Teacher Governor.

1984-1987 Teacher of Years 5 and 6 at Purfleet County Primary School.

Curriculum Leader for PE.

Teacher Governor.

1979-80 Mathematics Instructor at Coopers Company and Coborn School, Upminster.

1978- Private tutor for mathematics, Key Stage 2, GCSE and A-level

Education

2014 Future Learn course – Getting a grip on mathematical symbolism

2014 ALISON course – Strand 5 Ordinary Level Functions and Calculus

2011 Chartered Mathematics Teacher

2006-2011 University of Gloucestershire – Ed.D (Doctorate in Education)

2005-2006 University of Gloucestershire – Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education

2004 Anglia Polytechnic University – Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning (30 credits)

2000-2003 Anglia Polytechnic University – Master of Arts in Education (Distinction)

1997-2000 National Professional Qualification for Headship

1988-1990 Anglia Higher Education College – Diploma in Mathematical Education (Distinction)

1981-1984 Chelmer Institute of Higher Education – Bachelor of Education

1979-1981 Brunel University – Bachelor of Science (part completed)

1972-1979 Coopers’ Company and Coborn School, Upminster

2 GCE A-levels (Mathematics and Physics), 9 GCE O-levels

Interests

Member of Gorsley Baptist Chapel 2005-present, Church Secretary 2011-12, Audio-Visual Team 2005-9,

Worship Team Drummer 2008-13

Gateway Church Swindon 2013-15, Audio-Visual Team 2014.

Morice Baptist Church, 2017-present.

Member of the Mathematical Association (Teaching Committee 2008-16, Primary Sub-committee 2006-present, MA Council 2016-present, Publications Committee 2018-present)

Secretary and Treasurer of the Gloucestershire Mathematical Association branch (2009-12)

Member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (2002-present, General Council 2014-16)

Member of the Association of Mathematics Education Teachers (2004-2010, 2015-16)

Member of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics (2002-present)

Member of the British Educational Research Association (2003-2011)

Member of Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (2013, 2017)

Member of Aston Ingham Tennis Club, Herefordshire (2005-14)

Member of Purton Tennis Club, Wiltshire (2015-16)

Member of Hill Lane Tennis Club, Plymouth (2017-present)

Football referee for school and youth teams (1978-2014)

‘Midlife’ band member (drummer) (2008-13)

‘Flying Hat Band’ band member (drummer) (2017)

Member of Plymouth Heartbeat Gym (2017-present)

Also enjoy travel.

Recent Academic Publications

Huntley, R. (2017) Games in maths In Pope, S. (Ed.) xxxxxxxx (awaiting publication)

Hurst, C. and Huntley, R. (2018) Algorithms and Multiplicative Thinking: Are children prisoners of process? In Burghes, D. and Hunter, J. (Eds.) International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Vol.19(1), pp.47-68

Huntley, R. and Hurst, C. (2018) Algorithms Alcatraz: Are children prisoners of process? In Pope, S. (Ed.) Informal Proceedings of the 9th British Congress of Mathematics Education 2018 (pp.59-61).

Hurst, C. and Huntley, R. (2017) Explicitly Connecting Mathematical Ideas – How well is it done? In A. Downton, S. Livy, & J. Hall (Eds.), 40 years on: We are still learning! Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (pp. 325-332). Melbourne: MERGA.

Smith, M. and Huntley, R. (2015) Teaching and Assessing Primary Mathematics: Assessment without Levels, Mathematics Teaching, 249, November 2015, Derby, ATM. (1 citation)

Huntley, R. (2015) A Delegate’s Experience at the MA Conference 2015, MA News, No.158.

Huntley, R. (2013) Pre-Service Primary Teachers Choice of Mathematical Examples: Formative Analysis of Lesson Plan Data, in Steinle, V., Ball, L. and Bardini, C. (2013) (Eds) Mathematics Education: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Melbourne, pp.394-401.

Huntley, R. and Edwards, J. (2013) Reflective Practitioners for Lifelong Learning in Hyde, R. and Edwards, J. (2013)(Eds) Mentoring Mathematics Teachers, Abingdon, Routledge.

Huntley, R. (2012) Schools Doing Mathematics Together, Primary Mathematics, Vol.16 (3), pp.9-11.

Huntley, R. (2012) What do Children Make of School Mathematics? Primary Mathematics, Vol.16 (3), p.23.

Huntley, R. (2012) The Poisoned Chocolate Game Revisited, Mathematics in Schools, Vol.41 (4), pp.2-3.

Huntley, R. (2012) Subject Management of the Olympics, Primary Mathematics, Vol.16 (1), pp.18-19.

Huntley, R. (2011) Lower Attaining Primary Trainees’ Choice of Examples: The Cases of Naomi and Victor, Proceedings of the British Society for Research in to Learning Mathematics, Vol.31 (3) pp.77-82.

Huntley, R. (2011) Researching Primary Trainees’ Choice of Examples: The Findings, Proceedings of the British Society for Research in to Learning Mathematics, Vol.31 (2), pp.31-36.(1 citation)

Plus 22 others from 1997-2009

Editorial

Primary Mathematics, Summer 2019, Vol.23(x), Mathematical Association

Primary Mathematics, Autumn 2015, Vol.19(3), Mathematical Association.

Primary Mathematics, Autumn 2014, Vol.18(3), Mathematical Association.

Primary Mathematics, Autumn 2013, Vol.17(3), Mathematical Association.

Primary Mathematics, Autumn 2012, Vol.16(3), Mathematical Association.

Primary Mathematics, Autumn 2011, Vol.15(3), Mathematical Association.

Primary Mathematics, Summer 2008, Vol.12(3), Mathematical Association.

Conference Papers

Huntley, R. (2018) Algorithms … Alcatraz: Are children prisoners of process? Conference of the British Congress of Mathematics Education, April 2018, University of Warwick.

Hurst, C. and Huntley, R. (2017) Algorithms … Alcatraz: Are children prisoners of process? Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, July 2017, Monash University, Melbourne.

Hurst, C. and Huntley, R. (2017) Explicitly connecting mathematical ideas: How well is it done? Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, July 2017, Monash University, Melbourne.

Huntley, R. (2017) Algorithms … Alcatraz: Are children prisoners of process? Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, June 2017, University of Oxford.

Huntley, R. (2013) Pre-Service Primary Teachers Choice of Mathematical Examples: Formative Analysis of Lesson Plan Data, Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, July 2013, University of Melbourne.

Huntley, R. (2011) Lower Attaining Primary Trainees’ Choice of Examples: The Cases of Naomi and Victor, Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, November 2011, University of Oxford.

Huntley, R. (2011) Researching Primary Trainees’ Choice of Examples: Key Findings, Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, June 2011, University of Leeds.

Huntley, R. (2008) Researching Primary Trainees’ Choice of Examples: Some Early Analysis of Data, Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, November 2008, King’s College, London.

Huntley, R. (2005) An Evaluation of Primary Trainees’ Views of the Subject Knowledge Audit Process, Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, November 2005, University College of St.Martin’s, Lancaster.

Huntley, R. (2004) Mathematical Beliefs of Trainee Teachers during the First Year of Higher Education, 30th Annual Conference of the British Educational Research Association, 15-18th September 2004, UMIST, Manchester.

Huntley, R. (2004) Mathematical Beliefs of Trainee Teachers during the First Year of Higher Education, Day Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 12th June 2004, University of Leeds.

Presentations

‘Developing Reasoning to Support Problem Solving’, Primary Maths PD Day, Wycombe High School, October 13th 2018.

‘Primary tasks promoting reasoning, talk and problem solving’, At ATM Conference, ‘Mathematical Learning Journeys’, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Stratford, April 10th 2017.

‘Developing Problem Solving and Reasoning’, Primary Maths PD Day, Wycombe High School, November 12th 2016.

‘Developing Problem Solving and Reasoning’, Meridian ATM/MA Branch, Reading University, November 12th 2016.

‘Statistics in Sport’, Royal Institution Summer School, London, August 19th 2016.

‘Fun with Fibonacci’, Royal Institution Summer School, London, August 19th 2016.

‘The Frogs problem’, Royal Institution Summer School, London, August 18th 2016.

‘Supporting reasoning and problem solving in KS3’, At BBO Maths Hub Conference, Holiday Inn, High Wycombe, June 23rd 2016.

‘Frogs and other activities’, Royal Institution Maths Masterclass, Ernest Bevin College, London, June 23rd 2016.

‘Inspiring primary teaching’ (keynote), ‘Primary Mathematics’, Primary Conference, Bath Spa University, April 23rd 2016.

‘Fun with Fibonacci’, Royal Institution Maths Masterclass, Wycombe High School, March 9th 2016

‘Statistics in Sport’, Royal Institution Maths Masterclass, Harry Gosling School, London, February 2nd 2016.

‘Developing Problem Solving and Reasoning’, ATM Bath Branch Meeting, Bath Spa, November 10th 2015.

‘Mastering Problem Solving and Reasoning’, Primary Maths PD Day, Wycombe High School, November 7th 2015.

‘Statistics in Sport’, Royal Institution Summer School, London, August 28th 2015.

‘The Frogs problem’, Royal Institution Summer School, London, August 27th 2015.

‘Supporting reasoning and problem solving in KS3’, At BBO Maths Hub Conference, ‘Changing Curriculum: Challenges and Opportunities’, Holiday Inn, High Wycombe, June 23rd 2015.

‘A Fresh Slice of Pie?’, At MA Conference, ‘Fluency and Understanding – A Mathematically Balanced World’, Keele University, April 10th 2015.

‘Adapting tasks to offer more mathematical thinking opportunities’, At ATM Conference, ‘Thinking Mathematically’, Staverton Park Conference Centre, Daventry, March 30th 2015.

‘Statistics in Sport’, Primary Mathematics Masterclass, Royal Institution, October 18th 2014 and March 21st 2015

‘Problem solving activities’, At The Mathematical Association Primary Professional Development Day, High Wycombe, November 9th 2013.

‘Embedding problem solving in teaching and learning at KS2’, At North Lincolnshire Maths Conference, ‘Improving Outcomes and Making Learning Maths Memorable’, September 2nd, 2013.

‘Tales of Favourite Mathematical Curiosities’, At MA Conference, ‘Telling the Great Stories of Mathematics’, Loughborough University, April 4th, 2013.

‘Developing an online Coding Manual for the Knowledge Quartet: An International Project’, At BSRLM Conference, Cambridge University, Nov.18th 2012.

‘Representations in Mathematics: Lining Teaching and Research’, Professional Development Day Conference: ‘Developing the use of visual representations in primary mathematics classrooms, St. Hild & St. Bede College, Durham University, June 28th 2012

‘Doing mathematics together’, At MA Conference, ‘Learning from Others’, Keele University, April 2012

‘Teach Maths? Do Maths!’ At Marches MA/ATM Branch, Much Wenlock, Oct.3rd 2011.

‘Problem Solving’ At Year 10 Enrichment Day, Cheltenham Ladies’ College, July 1st 2011.

‘Mathematical examples – an open or closed case?’ At MA Conference, ‘The Big Picture’, Loughborough University, April 2011.

‘Activities in Mathematical Thinking’ At ATM, Rednock School, Dursley, Feb.5th 2011

‘Cognitively Rich Starting Points – CriSPs’ At Marches MA/ATM Branch, Much Wenlock, Oct.2nd 2010

‘People Maths - Seeking Submerged Treasure’ At MA Conference, ‘Sailing Through Mathematics’,

Loughborough University, April 2006.

Reviews

Jackson, E. (2015) Reflective Primary Mathematics: A guide for student teachers. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.xx (x) Term 20xx.

Posamentier, A.S. and Lehmann, I. (2013) Magnificent Mistakes in Mathematics, New York, Prometheus Books. In Mathematics in School, Vol.xx (x), Month 20xx.

Pitici, M. (2018) The Best Writing on Mathematics 2017, in Mathematics in School, Vol.47(4), September 2018.

Blanchard, J. (2017) Inside Teaching: How to Make a Difference for Every Learner and Teacher, in Mathematics in School, Vol.47(2), March 2018.

Wright, P. (2016) Teaching Mathematics for Social Justice, in Mathematics in School, Vol.46(4), September 2017.

Sarac, A. and Tutak, F.A. (2017) The Relationship of Teacher Efficacy, and Students’ Trigonometry Self-Efficacy and Trigonometry Achievement. In Burghes, D. and Hunter, J. (Eds.) International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Vol.18 (1), May 2017, pp.66-83.

Paulos, J.A. (2015) A Numerate Life, in Mathematics in School, Vol.46(2), March 2017.

Quintero, A.H & Rosario, H. (2016) Math Makes Sense: A Constructivist Approach to the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, in Mathematics in School, Vol.46(1), January 2017.

Pritchard, C. (2017) A Square Peg in a Round Hole, in Mathematics in School, Vol.45(5), November 2016.

Boaler, J. (2015) The Elephant in the Classroom. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.20 (3) Autumn Term 2016.

Mooney, C. & Fletcher, M. (2014) Achieving QTS: Primary Mathematics: Audit and Test (4th edition), Learning Matters. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.20 (2) Summer Term 2016.

Corry, L. (2015) A Brief History of Numbers, Oxford, Oxford University Press, in Mathematics in School, Vol.45(2), March 2016.

Lai, M.Y., Auhl, G. and Hastings, W. (2015) Improving Pre-service teachers’ understanding of complexity of mathematics instructional practice through deliberate practice: A case study on Study of Teaching. In Burghes, D. and Hunter, J. (Eds.) International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Vol.15 (3), December 2015.

Little, J. and Anderson, J. (2015) "What Factors Support or Inhibit Secondary Mathematics Pre-Service Teachers’ Implementation of Problem-Solving Tasks During Professional Experience?" In Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Vol.16 (5), pp.504-521, November 2015.

Pattison, J., Hattersley, M. and Blakesley, S. (2015) ATM Algebra project, Derby, Association of Teachers of Mathematics, in Mathematics in School, Vol.44(5), November 2015.

Plant, J. (2014) Mathematical Activities to Challenge and Excite, Leicester, The Mathematical Association, in Mathematics in School, Vol.44(5), November 2015.

Hancock, R., Collins, J. and Stacey, M. (2013) (eds.) Primary Teaching Assistants: Learners and Learning (2nd edn), Abingdon, Routledge. In Primary Mathematics Vol.19 (2) Summer Term 2015.

Cable, C., Eyres, I., Hancock, R. and Stacey, M. (2013) (eds.) Primary Teaching Assistants: Curriculum in Context (2nd edn), Abingdon, Routledge. In Primary Mathematics Vol.19 (2) Summer Term 2015.

Pozrikidis, C. (2014) An Introduction to Grids, Graphs and Networks, Oxford, OUP. In Mathematics in School, Vol.44 (3), May 2015.

Fernandez, O. (2014) Everyday Calculus – Discovering the Hidden Math All Around Us, Oxford, Princeton. In Mathematics in School, Vol.44 (3), May 2015.

Clausen-May, T. (2013) Teaching Mathematics Visually and Actively, London, Sage. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.19 (1) Spring Term 2015.

Taylor, H. and Harris, A. (2014) Learning and Teaching Mathematics 0-8, London, Sage. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.19 (1) Spring Term 2015.

Bird, R. (2013) Exploring Numbers through Cuisenaire Rods, ebook Ronit Bird, London. In Primary Mathematics, Vol.19 (1) Spring Term 2015.

English, R. (2013) Teaching Arithmetic in Primary Schools, London, Learning Matters. In Primary Mathematics Vol.18 (3) Autumn Term 2014.

Tekin-Sitrava, R. and Isiksal-Bostan, M. (2014) A Study on Investigating Middle School Students’ Performances, Solution Strategies and Difficulties in Calculating the Volume of a Rectangular Prism. In Burghes, D. and Hunter, J. (Eds.) International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Vol.15 (3), July 2014.

Ni Shuilleabhhain, A. (2013) Lesson Study within a Community of Practice: A Professional Development Intervention for Mathematics Teachers Engaging in a New Curriculum, in Smith, C. (Ed.) Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, Vol.33(2), June 2013.

Stewart, I. (2012) 17 Equations the Changed the World, London, Profile. In Mathematics in School, Vol.43 (1), January 2014.

Figueiredo, C., Contreras, L., Blanco, L. and Cardenas, J. (2013) A new approach to multiple-choice question writing: Example, Transparency, and Variation. In Burghes, D. and Hunter, J. (Eds.) International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, Vol.14 (5), December 2013.

Leversha, G. (2013) The Geometry of the Triangle, Leeds, United Kingdom Mathematics Trust. In Mathematics in School, Vol.42 (4), September 2013.

Senior, T. (2013) Further Maths: Practice Book, London, Collins. In Mathematics in School, Vol.42 (4), September 2013.

Martin, C. (2011) Big Ideas, Derby, Association of Teachers of Mathematics. Available at: (concealed information)

Black, L., Mendick, H. and Solomon, Y. (2009)(eds.) Mathematical Relationships in Education: Identities and Participation, London, Routledge. In British Education Research Journal, 36(5), pp.869-870.

Phillips, D. and Schweisfurth, M. (2008) Comparative and International Education: An Introduction to Theory, Method and Practice, London, Continuum. In British Education Research Journal, 35(3), pp.492-493.

Briggs, M., Woodfield, A., Martin, C. and Swatton, P. (2004) Achieving QTS: Assessment for Learning and Teaching in Primary Schools, Exeter, Learning Matters. Escalate website for the Learning and Teaching Support Network, (concealed information) July 2004.

Coffin, C., Curry, M.J., Goodman, S., Hewings, A., Lillis, T.M. and Swann, J. (2003) Teaching Academic Writing: A Toolkit for Higher Education, London, Routledge, (concealed information) , July 2004.

MacDonald, T.H. (2003) Foundations of Mathematical Analysis: A Voyage of Discovery for Lay People, India, Ajanta. In Maths in Schools, Vol.33 (3), May 2004.

Mooney, C. & Fletcher, M. (2002) Achieving QTS: Primary Mathematics: Audit and Test (2nd edition), Learning Matters. In Maths in Schools, Vol.33 (2), March 2004.

Simco, N. (2003) Succeeding in the Induction Year (2nd Edition), Learning Matters. Escalate website for the Learning and Teaching Support Network, (concealed information) February 2004.

Haylock, D. & Cockburn, A. (2003) Understanding Mathematics in the Early Primary Years (2nd edition), In Maths in Schools, Vol.33 (1), January 2004.

Giles, G. (2002) Proof in Elementary Geometry, Derby, ATM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.32 (2), March 2003.

Ollerton, M. (2002) Learning and Teaching Mathematics Without a Textbook, Derby, ATM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.32 (1), January 2003.

Andrews, P. (2002) Linking Cubes and the Learning of Mathematics, Derby, ATM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.32 (1), January 2003.

Campbell, J. (Ed.) (2002) Mathematical Activities from Special Classrooms, Derby, ATM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.32 (1), January 2003.

BEAM (2001) Mathematics Accomplished – the year 6 booster, London, BEAM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.31 (4), September 2002.

BEAM (2001) Calculating Dominoes, London, BEAM. In Maths in Schools, Vol.31 (1), January 2002.

Media

YouTube: ‘ATM People – Why be a Member?’ (concealed information)

BBC Radio Gloucestershire: ‘Morning Thoughts’, Mark Cummings Breakfast Show, interview with Claire Carter, September 19-23, 2011.

YouTube: ‘Meet the Mathematicians’, (concealed information)

YouTube: ‘The Best Mathematics Ever’, (concealed information)

BEAM: DVD Teaching Year 2 and Staff INSET at Kates Hill Primary School, Dudley, October 22nd 2010.

BBC Radio Gloucestershire: Interview on the Japanese Sudoku Puzzle, July 15th, 2005.

BBC Radio 5: ‘Aerodynamics of boomerangs’, Danny Baker Show, August 1990.

Research Grants

2005 Primary Education Research Fund, Anglia Ruskin University – To support MA dissertation and conference dissemination – bid submitted for £450, awarded.

2015 Education Endowment Foundation – Project member with PI Andy Richards for ‘Measuring value added; a refined model’ – bid submitted for £50,000, not awarded.

2016 Nuffield Foundation – PI for ‘Children thinking multiplicatively’, - bid in preparation for £50,000.

Masters Supervisions

2013 Caitlin McKenna - An analysis of teachers’ conceptions on how the mathematics curriculum is

affected by assessments in a West London all boys day school.

Doctoral Supervisions

2012 – 2016 Jeffery Quaye (2nd) – Exploring Students’ Attitudes Towards Mathematics and Mathematical

Achievement in Secondary Schools in England: The Role of Social Class, Gender and Ethnicity

2012 - 2013 Rachel Walden (2nd)

Doctoral Viva Examinations

March 2013 Abdulrahman Al-Duwaila: ‘A comparative study between Kuwait’s Government and Private

Sector Primary Schools in Methods of Teaching and Pupil’s Achievements in Mathematics’

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