Information related to research interest "Mathematics Education"
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Faculty of Education and Arts
Institute for Learning Sciences & Teacher Education
Vince Geiger is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at ACU. Vince taught mathematics and held school leadership positions before joining ACU in 2005. His research interests lie in the teaching and learning of mathematics and its applications, with a particular focus on the use of digital tools as enablers of mathematical understanding. The approach he takes to research is guided my socio-cultural principles of learning in exploring how both individuals and collectives of learners acquire mathematical ideas and learn to apply them.
Vincea??s research program has attracted in excess of $1 million in external funding including an ARC Discovery award (2012-2014) and more recently an ARC DECRA (2015-2017). In addition, he is leader of the ACU team within a DEEWR OLT LELT project (Opening real science: Authentic mathematics and science learning for Australia, 2013-2016). Vince is a recipient of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasiaa??s Practical Implications Award for a research paper with the potential for direct application in school classrooms. He is the author of 81refereed publications that address the interests of both research and professional audiences and is currently Associate Editor of the Mathematics Education Research Journal. Vince supervises higher degree research students in science and mathematics education.
Vince has always maintained a close link with the mathematics teaching profession and has held the positions of President of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers and Chair of the National Education Forum. He was a member of the Queensland Studies Authoritya??s (QSA) Subject Advisory Committee and State Assessment Panel (1996-2005) and a member of the QSAa??s Learning Area Reference Committee (Mathematics) (2009-2014). His tertiary teaching expertise has been recognised through an ALTC Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning in 2009.
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Nat Sch of Education
My current position is Professor and Queensland Head of Education at the Banyo (Brisbane) campus of the Australian Catholic University (ACU).
My teaching and research are broadly in the areas of mathematics education and Information Communication Technologies (ICT) for learning and teaching. My particular research interests involve, but are are not confined to:
* Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) curriculum integration, enhancement and transformation
* Transforming learning and teaching with ICT
* Development of statistically valid and reliable measurement instruments (quantitative methods)
* Evaluation of educational programs and initiatives, especially those involving ICT
* Mathematics Education
* Intelligence, Higher Order Thinking, Problem Solving and Creativity
: +61736237267 (Brisbane) : Romina.Jamieson-Proctor@acu.edu.au
Janeen Lamb is Coordinator, Higher Degree Research in the Faculty of Education and Arts.
Janeen completed her PhD in 2010, focusing on the role leadership plays when introducing new curriculum in mathematics education. Thesis title: Implementing mandated curriculum reform: Sources of support for teacher meaning making.
Her research has grown from a focus on the school principal to include the professional learning community as a way to lead educational change. Within mathematics education, her research has included:
- mathematical modelling across primary and secondary mathematics,
- mental computation in the early years;
- numeracy across the curriculum;
- statistics and probability in the secondary school; and
- the principal as instructional leader while integrating digital resources into the mathematics curriculum.
Janeen also researches the role of the principal as faith leader. Her research has generated more than 60 outputs across her funded projects.
In addition to her own research, Janeen has supervised six higher degree research students to completion as principal supervisor. She is currently supervising seven higher degree research students.
Beyond her coordination of higher degree research, her own research and supervision, Janeen completed a Master of Tertiary Education (Management ) in 2017 at the University of Melbourne.
: (07) 3623 7318 (Brisbane) : email@example.com
My expertise is in mathematics education and in particular researching metacognition and the teaching, learning and assessing of real world applications and mathematical modelling.
: (03) 5336 5329 (Ballarat) : Gloria.Stillman@acu.edu.au
My expertise is in mathematics education. My teaching includes mathematics education for Early Childhood, Primary, and Secondary pre-service and in-service teacher education. I have a particular interest researching the teaching, learning and assessing of real world applications and mathematical modelling, functions in technology-rich environments, affordances, zone theory, and anything that furthers our understanding of teaching and leaning mathematics
You can find out about my publications via http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=OCZIwoQAAAAJ&hl=en
: 3847 (Melbourne) : Jill.Brown@acu.edu.au
Dr Dung Tran is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Arts & Education at Australian Catholic University.
Prior to joining ACU, he worked at North Carolina State University, USA for more than two years developing and researching Massive Open Online Courses for Educators (MOOC-Eds). He also worked as Victoria University, Melbourne for two years as a lecturer. He is a native of Hue city, Vietnam, graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia, USA with a PhD in Mathematics Education and a PhD Minor in Statistics. He also earned a Master of Education in Mathematics Education and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics in Vietnam.
His research focuses on designing and implementing curricular materials to improve students' quantitative literacy, abilities to use mathematics and statistics to be functional and critical in the home, civic, and work life. This agenda is evident in two related foci: (a) investigating the impact of inclusion of mathematical modelling and applications into curriculum on teaching and learning and (b) documenting ways to develop statistical literacy for students and teachers. He has extensive experience in curriculum analysis and development at the middle and high school levels, conducting sizeable clinical interviews with elementary children, and analysing a diversity of both quantitative and qualitative data.
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