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Pre-service primary teachers’ geometric thinking: Is pre-tertiary mathematics education building sufficiently strong foundations? (Pre-published version)
(Routledge [Taylor & Francis], 2017)
Teacher knowledge is a critical focus of educational research in light of the potential impact of teacher knowledge on student learning. The dearth of research exploring entry-level pre-service teachers’ geometric knowledge ...
Using a simulation to explore the law of large numbers
(NCE-MSTL [National Centre for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching and Learning], University of Limerick, 2014)
What’s a real 2D shape? Designing appropriate geometric instruction
(AAMT [Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers], 2015)
Mairead Hourigan and Aisling Leavy describe a range of teaching and learning activities focusing on the identification and classification of 2-dimensional shapes. The activities described are useful in highlighting students’ ...
Crossing boundaries into secondary mathematics concepts: The case of functions
(St. Patricks College, Dublin, 2013)
This paper reports on the use of a particular function machine which was based on the context of the ‘faulty oven’ to develop conceptual understanding of the concept of function among 4th class children. While the concept ...
Having fun with functions
(INTO [Irish National Teacher's Organisation], 2011)
Identifying the mystery player: Comparing body measurement data of the Irish soccer and rugby teams
(INTO [Irish National Teacher's Organisation], 2014)
An bhearna idir an teanga agus an t-ábhar a dhúnadh sa tumoideachas: Cur chuige bunaithe ar staidéar ceachta
(An Chomhairle um Oideachas Gaeltachta agus Gaelscolaíochta, 2015)
Tá sé léirithe sa taighde go bhfuil éifeacht leis an bhFoghlaim Chomhtháite Ábhar agus Teangacha (FCÁT) i suíomhanna teanga éagsúla. Mar sin féin, níl tuiscint iomlán againn fós ar chomhtháthú teangacha agus ábhar in ...