Collaborative Group for Research in Mathematics Education

 

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2008

Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2008), The process of re-designing the geometry curriculum: the case of the Mathematical Association in England in the early 20th Century. Paper presented to Topic Study Group 38 (TSG38) at the 11th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-11), Monterrey, Mexico, 6-13 July 2008. 19pp
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Jones, K. (2008), Windows on mathematics education research in mainland China: a thematic review, Research in Mathematics Education, 10(1), 107-113. ISSN: 1479-4802
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Jones, K. and Rowland, T. (2008), Brian Griffiths (1927–2008): a tribute to a pioneer in mathematics education, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 28(2), 1-6. ISSN: 1463-6840
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Little, C. and Jones, K. (2008), Contexts for ‘pure’ mathematics: a framework for analysing A-level mathematics papers, Research in Mathematics Education, 10(1), 97-98. ISSN: 1479-4802
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Little, C. and Jones, K. (2008), Assessment of University-entrance level mathematics in England: an analysis of key influences on the evolution of the qualification during the period 1951-2001. Paper presented to Topic Study Group 36 (TSG36) at the 11th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-11), Monterrey, Mexico, 6-13 July 2008. 10pp.
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2007

Christou, C., Jones, K., Pitta-Pantazi, D., Pittalis, M., Mousoulides, N., Matos, J. F, Sendova, E., Zachariades, T. and Boytchev, P. (2007), Developing student spatial ability with 3D software applications. Paper presented at the 5th Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME), Larnaca, Cyprus, 22-26 Feb 2007. 10pp.
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Christou, C., Pittalis, M., Mousoulides, N., Pitta, D., Jones, K., Sendova, E. and Boytchev, P. (2007) Developing an active learning environment for the learning of stereometry. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Technology and Mathematics Teaching (ICTMT8), Hradec Králové, Czech Republic, 1-4 Jul 2007. 5pp.
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Ding, L. and Jones, K. (2007), Using the van Hiele theory to analyse the teaching of geometrical proof at Grade 8 in Shanghai, China. In D. Pitta-Pantazi & G. Philippou (Eds), European Research in Mathematics Education V (pp 612-621). Nicosia, Cyprus: University of Cyprus. ISBN: 9789963671250
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Edwards, J. (2007), The language of friendship: developing socio-mathematical norms in the secondary school classroom. In D. Pitta-Pantazi & G. Philippou (Eds), European Research in Mathematics Education V (pp 1190-1199). Nicosia, Cyprus: University of Cyprus. ISBN: 9789963671250.
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Fletcher, M. (2007), Poker Face, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 26(4), 222-224.

Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2007), Learners’ understanding of the definitions and hierarchical classification of quadrilaterals: towards a theoretical framing, Research in Mathematics Education, 9, 3-20. ISSN: 1479-4802 [journal volume also available as a book ISBN: 0953849880]
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Hohenwarter, M. and Jones, K. (2007), Ways of linking geometry and algebra: the case of GeoGebra, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27(3), 126-131. ISSN: 1463-6840
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Little, C. and Jones, K. (2007), Contexts for pure mathematics: an analysis of A-level mathematics papers, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27(1), 48-53. ISSN: 1463-6840
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Mooney, C., Briggs, M., Fletcher, M., Hansen, A. and McCullouch, J. (2007), Primary Mathematics: Teaching Theory and Practice. Exeter: Learning Matters. 3rd edition. ISBN: 9781844450992

Mooney, C., Ferrie, L., Fox, S., Hansen, A. and Wrathmell, R. (2007), Primary Mathematics: Knowledge and Understanding. Exeter: Learning Matters. 3rd edition. ISBN: 9781844450534

Mooney, C. & Fletcher, M. (2007), Primary Mathematics: Audit and Test. Exeter: Learning Matters. 3rd edition. ISBN: 9781844451111

Voutsina, C. and Ismail, Q. (2007), Issues in identifying children with specific arithmetic difficulties through standardised testing: a critical discussion of different cases, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27(1), 84-89.
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Zachariades, T., Pamfilos, P., Christou, C., Maleev, R. and Jones, K. (2007), Teaching Introductory Calculus: approaching key ideas with dynamic software. Paper presented at the CETL–MSOR Conference 2007 on Excellence in the Teaching & Learning of Maths, Stats & OR, University of Birmingham, 10-11 September 2007.
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2006

Ding, L. & Jones, K. (2006), Students’ geometrical thinking development at Grade 8 in Shanghai. In: Novotná, J., Moraová, H., Krátká, M. & Stehlíková, N. (Eds.), Proceedings 30th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME30), vol 1, p382. [extended abstract]
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Ding, L. & Jones, K. (2006), Teaching geometry in lower secondary school in Shanghai, China, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 26(1), 41-46.
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Edwards, J. (2006), Exploratory talk in friendship groups. In: Novotná, J., Moraová, H., Krátká, M. & Stehlíková, N. (Eds.), Proceedings 30th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME30), vol 1, p248. [extended abstract]

Edwards, Julie-Ann and Jones, Keith (2006) Linking geometry and algebra with GeoGebra, Mathematics Teaching, 194, 28-30.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2006) Primary trainee teachers’ understanding of basic geometrical figures in Scotland. In, Novotná, J., Moraová, H., Krátká, M. and Stehlíková, N. (eds.), Proceedings 30th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME30). Prague, Czech Republic, vol 3, pp129-136.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2006), Primary trainee teachers’ knowledge of parallelograms, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 26(2),  25-30.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2006), Primary trainee teachers’ understanding of basic geometrical figures in Scotland. In, Novotná, J., Moraová, H., Krátká, M. and Stehlíková, N. (eds.) Proceedings 30th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME30). Prague, Czech Republic, Psychology of Mathematics Education, vol 3, 129-136.
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Jones, K. (2006), Book review. Educational Research Primer, written by Anthony G. Picciano, International Journal of Research & Method in Education, 29(1), 123-125.
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Jones, K., Fujita, T. & Ding, L. (2006), Informing the pedagogy for geometry: learning from teaching approaches in China and Japan, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 26(2), 109-114.
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2005

Brown, G. Cadman, K., Cain, D. Clark-Jeavons, A. Fentem, R., Foster, A., Jones, K., Oldknow, A., Taylor, R. and Wright, D. (2005), ICT and Mathematics: a guide to learning and teaching mathematics 11-19 (revised edition). London: Mathematical Association/Teacher Training Agency. 73pp. ISBN: 090658860X
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Christou, C., Pittalis, M., Mousoulides, N. and Jones, K. (2005) Developing 3D dynamic geometry software: theoretical perspectives on design. In, Olivero, F. and Sutherland, R. (eds.) Visions of Mathematics Education: embedding technology in learning. Bristol, UK, University of Bristol. Vol 1, pp69-77. ISBN: 0862925592
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Edwards, J. (2005), Exploratory talk in peer groups: exploring the zone of proximal development. Proceedings of the 4th Congress of European Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 4)
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Edwards, J. and Wright, D. (eds.) (2005), Integrating ICT into the Mathematics Classroom. Derby, UK: Association of Teachers of Mathematics. 128pp. ISBN: 1898611408
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Fletcher, M. (2005), The price is right, Teaching Statistics, 27(3), 69-71.
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Hirst, K. E. (2005), Student expectations of studying mathematics at University, Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education, 11, 49-68.

Hyde, R. (2005), Using graphics calculators with low attaining pupils. In: Anne Watson, Jenny Houssart and Caroline Roaf (Eds), Supporting Mathematical Thinking. London: David Fulton. ISBN: 9781843123620

Jones, K. (2005), Planning for mathematics learning. In, Johnston-Wilder, S., Johnston-Wilder, P., Pimm, D. and Westwell, J. (eds.), Learning to teach mathematics in the secondary school. 2nd edition. London, UK, RoutledgeFalmer, 93-113. ISBN: 0415342821
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Jones, K. (2005), Research on the use of dynamic geometry software: implications for the classroom. In, Edwards, J. and Wright, D. (eds.), Integrating ICT into the Mathematics Classroom. Derby, UK, Association of Teachers of Mathematics, 27-29. ISBN: 1898611408 [reprint of MicroMath, 18(3), 18-20].
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Jones, K. (2005), Research Bibliography: Dynamic Geometry Software. In: D. Wright (Ed), Moving on with Dynamic Geometry. Derby: Association of Teachers of Mathematics. pp 159-160. ISBN: 1898611394 [reprint of MicroMath, 18(3), 44-45].
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Jones, K. (2005), The shaping of student knowledge with dynamic geometry software. In, Virtual Learning? the Computer Assisted Learning Conference 2005 (CAL05), Bristol, UK, 4-6 April 2005. 10pp.
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Jones, K. (2005), Using Spreadsheets in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 21(1), 30-31.
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Jones, K. (2005), Graphing calculators in the teaching and learning of mathematics: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 21(2), 31-33.
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Jones, K. (2005), Using Logo in the teaching and learning of mathematics: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 21(3), 34-36.
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Jones, K., Fujita, T. and Ding, L. (2005), Developing geometrical reasoning in the classroom: learning from expert teachers from China and Japan. In, 4th Biennial Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME4), Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain, 17-21 February 2005. 10pp.
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Jones, K., Fujita, T. and Ding, L. (2005), Teaching geometrical reasoning: learning from expert teachers from China and Japan. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 25(1), 89-96. [publisher version of the paper presented at the 6th British Congress on Mathematical Education (BCME6), Warwick, March 2005]
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Merrett, S. and Edwards, J. (2005), Enhancing mathematical thinking with an interactive whiteboard, MicroMath, 21(3), 9-12.
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K. (2005), The process of knowledge re-description as underlying mechanism for the development of children’s problem-solving strategies: an example from arithmetic. Paper presented to the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction conference 2005 (EARLI2005), Nicosia, Cyprus, August 23-27, 2005.
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K. (2005), Children building on success: mathematical problem solving in the early years. Paper presented to the British Educational Research Association conference 2005 (BERA 2005), University of Glamorgan, Wales, 14-17 September 2005.
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Pope, S. and Jones, K. (2005) Who trains the new teachers? - supporting tutors new to initial teacher education in mathematics. Paper presented at ICMI Study 15 on the Professional Education and Development of Teachers of Mathematics, Águas de Lindóia, Brazil, 15-21 May 2005. 5pp.
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2004

Brown, M., Jones, K. and Taylor, R. and Hirst, A. (2004) Developing geometrical reasoning. In, Putt, Ian, Faragher, Rhonda and McLean, Mal (eds.) Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA27). Townsville, Queensland, Australia, James Cook University, 127-134.
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Ding, L. and Jones, K. (2004), The structure of mathematics lessons: researching the development of geometrical reasoning in lower secondary schools in China. Paper presented at the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education Summer School, Podebrady, Czech Republic, August 2004. 6pp.

Edwards, J. (2004), Friendship groups and socially constructed mathematical knowledge, Proceedings of the British Society for the Learning of Mathematics, 24(3), 7-13.
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Fletcher, M. (2004), Odds that don't multiply up, Teaching Statistics, 26(1), 30-32.
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Fujita, T., Jones, K. and Yamamoto, S. (2004) The role of intuition in geometry education: learning from the teaching practice in the early 20th century. In, 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-10), Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-11 July 2004. 15pp.
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Fujita, T., Jones, K. and Yamamoto, S. (2004) Geometrical intuition and the learning and teaching of geometry. In, 10th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME10), Topic Study Group 10 (TSG10) on Research and Development in the Teaching and Learning of Geometry, Copenhagen, Denmark, 4-11 July 2004. 7pp.
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Hirst, K. E. (2004), Student expectations of studying mathematics at University. In: Ian Putt, Rhonda Faragher & Mal McLean (Eds), Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA27), 27-30 June 2004, Townsville, Queensland, Australia., vol 1, pp295-302. ISBN: 1920846042

Hirst, K. E. (2004), Sawtooth functions, International Journal of Mathematics Education in Science and Technology, 35, 122-126.
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Hyde, R. (2004) What do mathematics teachers say about the impact of ICT on pupils learning mathematics? Micromath, 20(2), 11-12.

Jones, K. (2004), Celebrating 20 Years of Computers in Mathematics Education: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 20(1), 29-30.
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Jones, K. (2004), Using Interactive Whiteboards in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: a research bibliography, MicroMath, 20(2), 5-6.
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Jones, K. (2004), Book review: The Changing Shape of Geometry, edited by Chris Pritchard, Mathematics in School, 33(4), 35-36.
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Jones, K. (2004), Book Review: Social Research: Issues, Methods and Process, 3rd edition, written by Tim May. Bristol, UK, ESCalate, the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Education.
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Jones, K., Fujita, T. and Ding, L. (2004), Structuring Mathematics Lessons to Develop Geometrical Reasoning: comparing lower secondary school practices in China, Japan and the UK. Paper presented at the Symposium on Comparative Studies in Mathematics Education at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Manchester, 15-18 September 2004.
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Jones, K. and Pope, S. (2004), Starting as a researcher in mathematics education. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 24(3), 63-68.
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K. (2004), Studying change processes in primary school arithmetic problem solving: issues in combining methodologies, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 24(3), 57-62.
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2003

Ball, B., Brown, G., Cadman, K., Clark-Jeavons, A., Edwards, J., Hyde, R., Jones, K., Oldknow, A., Piggott, J., Taylor, R. and Wright, D. (2003), Mathematics with ICT at Key Stage 3. Reading: Centre for School Standards. [report not made public but material incorporated into relevant National Strategy publications available from DfES]

Brown, M., Jones, K. and Taylor, R. (2003), Developing geometrical reasoning in the secondary school: outcomes of trialling teaching activities in classrooms, a report to the QCA. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, School of Education. 90pp. ISBN: 0854328092
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Edwards, J. and Jones, K. (2003), Co-learning in the collaborative mathematics classroom. In: A. Peter-Koop, A. Begg, C. Breen & V. Santos-Wagner (Eds.), Collaboration in Teacher Education: Examples from the context of mathematics education. Dordrecht, NL: Kluwer. pp. 135-151. ISBN: 14020-1392-2
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Fletcher, M. & Mooney, C. (2003), The Weakest Link, Teaching Statistics, 25, 54-55.

Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2003), Critical Review of Geometry in Current Textbooks in Lower Secondary Schools in Japan and the UK, Proceedings of the 27th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 1, 220 [extended abstract].
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2003), Interpretations of National Curricula: the case of geometry in Japan and the UK. Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, 10-13 September, 2003.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2003) The place of experimental tasks in geometry teaching: learning from the textbook designs of the early 20th century. Research in Mathematics Education, 5, 47-62. ISSN: 1479-4802 [journal volume also available as a book, ISBN: 0953849848]
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Hirst, K. E. (2003), Welcome to MathBank, London Mathematical Society Newsletter (April 2003), 27-28.
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Hirst, K. E. (2003), Welcome to MathBank, Mathematics Today, 39(3), 77-78.
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Howson, G. (2003), Geometry 1950-1970. In: D. Coray, F. Furinghetti, H. Gispert, B.R. Hodgson, G. Schubring (Eds), One Hundred Years of L'Enseignement Mathématique: Moments of Mathematics Education in the Twentieth Century. ISBN 2-940264-06-6

Jones, K. (2003), Research Bibliography: Four-function Calculators, MicroMath, 19(1), 33-34.
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Jones, K. (2003), Using the Internet in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: a research bibliography. MicroMath, 19(2), 43-44.
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Jones, K. (2003), Classroom Implications of Research on Dynamic Geometry Software. In: M. A. Mariotti (Ed), European Research in Mathematics Education III. Pisa: University of Pisa. [Section 9, p59].
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Jones, K. and Lagrange, J-B. (2003), Tools and Technologies in Mathematical Didactics: research findings and future directions. In: M. A. Mariotti (Ed), European Research in Mathematics Education III. Pisa: University of Pisa. [Section 9, pp1-6].
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Jones, K. and Mooney, C. (2003) Making space for geometry in primary mathematics. In, Thompson, I. (ed.) Enhancing primary mathematics teaching. Maidenhead, UK, Open University Press, pp3-15. ISBN: 0335213758
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Mooney, C. (2003), A-Z of Key Concepts in Primary Mathematics. Exeter: Learning Matters. ISBN: 1903300487

Mooney, C. & Fletcher, M. (2003), Primary Mathematics: Audit and Test. Exeter: Learning Matters. 2nd edition. ISBN: 1903300878

Mooney, C., Fletcher, M. and Jones, K. (2003), Minding your Ps and Cs: subjecting knowledge to the practicalities of teaching geometry and probability, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 23(3), 79-84.
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Paul, M. and Westaway, L. (2003), Unlocking doors: Moving beyond problem-solving to facilitate an understanding of mathematics. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Science, Mathematics and Technology Education. Curtin University of Technology (Perth, Australia) and Rhodes University (East London, South Africa), January, 2003.

Pope, S., Haggarty, L. and Jones, K. (2003), Induction for secondary mathematics ITE tutors, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 23(3), 115-120.
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Simons, H., Kushner, S., Jones, K. and James, D. (2003), From evidence-based practice to practice-based evidence: the idea of situated generalisation, Research Papers in Education, 18(4), 347-364.
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K.(2003), Moving Beyond Success: changes in young children’s successful problem solving behaviour. In: A. Gagatis and S. Papastravridis (Eds), Proceedings of the 3rd Mediterranean Conference on Mathematical Education. Athens: University of Athens. pp717-724. ISBN: 9607341252
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2002

Ainley, J., Barton, B., Jones, K., Pfannkuch, M. and Thomas, M. (2002), Is what you see what you get? representations, metaphors and tools in mathematics didactics. In, Novotna, J. (ed.) European Research in Mathematics Education II. Prague, Czech Republic, Charles University Press. pp128-138. ISBN: 80-7290-075-7
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Al-Ghafri, M., Jones, K. and Hirst, K. (2002), Secondary Trainee-Teachers' Knowledge of Students' Errors and Difficulties in Algebra. In: A. D. Cockburn and E. Nardi (Eds), Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 1. p259. [extended abstract]
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Brown, G. Cadman, K., Cain, D. Clark-Jeavons, A. Fentem, R., Foster, A., Jones, K., Oldknow, A., Taylor, R. and Wright, D. (2002), ICT and Mathematics: a guide to learning and teaching mathematics 11-19. London: Mathematical Association/Teacher Training Agency. 73pp. ISBN: 0906588502
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Davis, G. E. & Tall, D. O. (2002), What is a scheme? In: David Tall and Mike Thomas (Eds.), Intelligence, Learning and Understanding in Mathematics: a tribute to Richard Skemp, Flaxton: Post Pressed. ISBN: 1876682329

Edwards, J. (2002), Learning Mathematics Collaboratively: Learning the skills. In: A. D. Cockburn and E. Nardi (Eds), Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 2, 213-220, UEA, UK.
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Edwards, J. (2002), An Environment for Strategy Development, Micromath, 18(2), 42-44.
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Edwards, J., Hartnell, M. and Martin, R. (2002), Interactive Whiteboards: some lessons from the classroom, Micromath, 18(2), 30-33.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2002), Opportunities for the development of geometrical reasoning in current textbooks in the UK and Japan, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 22(3), 79-84.
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Fujita, T. and Jones, K. (2002), The Bridge between Practical and Deductive Geometry: developing the "geometrical eye". In: A. D. Cockburn and E. Nardi (Eds), Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 2, 384-391, UEA, UK.
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Gomes, A., Ralha, E. & Hirst, K. (2002), Undergraduate Mathematics for Primary School Teachers: the situation in Portugal. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics (at the undergraduate level), University of Crete, 1-6 July 2002.

Hirst, K. (2002), Classifying students’ mistakes in Calculus. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics (at the undergraduate level), University of Crete, 1-6 July 2002.
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Hirst, K. E. (2002), Welcome to MathBank, MSOR Connections, 2(4), 23-24.
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Howson, G. (2002), Some Questions on Probability, Teaching Statistics, 24(1), 17-21.

Jones, K. (2002), Issues in the teaching and learning of geometry. In, Haggarty, L. (ed.) Aspects of teaching secondary mathematics: perspectives on practice. London, UK, Routledge Falmer, 121-139. ISBN: 0-415-26641-6
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Jones, K. (2002), Book review: Teaching Mathematics with ICT, written by Adrian Oldknow and Ron Taylor, Micromath, 18(1), 40-41.
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Jones, K. (2002), Research on the use of dynamic geometry software: implications for the classroom. MicroMath, 18(3), 18-20.
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Jones, K. (2002), Research Bibliography: Dynamic Geometry Software, MicroMath, 18(3), 44-45.
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Jones, K. and Fujita, T. (2002), The design of geometry teaching: learning from the geometry textbooks of Godfrey and Siddons, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 22 (2), 13-18.
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Jones, K., Lagrange, J-B. and Lemut, E. (2002), Tools and technologies in mathematical didactics. In: J. Novotna (Ed), European Research in Mathematics Education II. Prague: Charles University. pp125-127. ISBN 80-7290-075-7
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Jones, K., Mooney, C. and Harries, T. (2002) Trainee primary teachers' knowledge of geometry for teaching. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 22(2), 95-100.
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Mooney, C., Briggs, M., Fletcher, M. and McCullouch, J. (2002), Primary Mathematics: Teaching Theory and Practice. Exeter: Learning Matters. 2nd edition. ISBN 1903300568

Mooney, C., Ferrie, L., Fox, S., Hansen, A. and Wrathmell, R. (2002), Primary Mathematics: Knowledge and Understanding. Exeter: Learning Matters. 2nd edition. ISBN: 190330055X

Mooney, C. and Jones, K. (2002), Lost in space: primary trainee teachers' spatial subject knowledge and their classroom performance. In: A. D. Cockburn and E. Nardi (Eds), Proceedings of the 26th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 1. p363. [extended abstract]
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2001

Clark-Jeavons, A. and Hyde, R. (2001), Developing a technologically-rich scheme of work for 11 - 12 year olds in mathematics for electronic delivery. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, August, 2001, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

Edwards, J. and Jones, K. (2001), Exploratory talk within collaborative small groups in mathematics, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 21(3), 19-24.
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Fletcher, M. & Mooney, C. (2001), It pays to bluff, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 20(2), 75-77.

Gomes, A., Ralha, E. & Hirst, K. (2001), Sobre a formaçăo matemática dos professores do 1.ş ciclo: conhecer e compreender as possíveis dificuldades. Actas do XII Seminário de Investigaçăo em Educaçăo Matemática. pp 175-196. [in Portuguese]
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Hirst, A. E. and Singerman, D. (2001), Basic Algebra and Geometry. London: Prentice Hall. ISBN 0 130 86622 9

Hirst, K. E. (2001), Pot Black. Mathematics in School, 30(1), 36-38.

Hyde, R. (2001), Ideas for using graphics calculators with middle school pupils, MicroMath, 17(2), 14-16.

Hyde, R. (2001), Creating a professional development network. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Teaching, August, 2001, University of Klagenfurt, Austria.

Jones, K. (2001), Learning geometrical concepts using dynamic geometry software. In: Kay Irwin (Ed), Mathematics Education Research: A catalyst for change. Auckland: University of Auckland. No ISBN.
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Jones, K. (2001), Spatial thinking and visualisation. In, Teaching and Learning Geometry 11-19. London, UK: Royal Society, 55-56. ISBN: 085403563X
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Jones, K. (2001), Boxed into a Corner: Teaching definitions is a tricky business, Times Education Supplement, mathematics curriculum supplement, January 19, p14.
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Jones, K. and Morgan, C. (2001), Research in Mathematics Education: some issues and some emerging influences, Research in Mathematics Education, 3, 1-20. ISSN: 1479 4802 [journal volume also available as a book, ISBN: 0953849813]
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Jones, K. and Fujita, T. (2001), Developing a new pedagogy for geometry. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 21(3), 90-95.
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Jones, K. and Rodd, M. (2001), Geometry and proof, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 21(1), 95-100.
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Kushner, S., Simons, H., James, D., Jones, K. and Yee, W. C. (2001), TTA School Based Research Consortium Initiative, the Evaluation, Final Report. University of the West of England & University of Southampton. 116pp
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Mooney, C. & Fletcher, M. (2001), Primary Mathematics: Audit and Test. Exeter: Learning Matters. ISBN: 1903300215

Sinkinson, A. and Jones, K. (2001), The validity and reliability of Ofsted judgements of the quality of secondary mathematics initial teacher education courses, Cambridge Journal of Education, 31(2), 221-237. [published version of BERA2000 paper]
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K. (2001), The Micro-development of Young Children's Problem Solving Strategies when Tackling Addition Tasks, In: Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen (Ed), Proceedings of the 25th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Utrecht, volume 4, 391-398.
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Morgan, C. and Jones, K. (Eds) (2001), Research in Mathematics Education, volume 3 [editorialship of special journal issue; also available as a book, ISBN: 0-9538498-1-3]
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2000

Clausen-May, T., Jones, K., McLean, A. and Rollands, S. (2000), Perspectives on the design of the geometry curriculum, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 20(1&2), 34-41.
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Davis, G., Hill, D., & Smith, N. (2000), A memory-based model for aspects of mathematics teaching. In T. Nakahara & M. Koyama (Eds.), Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, vol 2, pp. 225-232.Hiroshima: Hiroshima University.

Edwards, J. and Jones, K. (2000), Co-learning about the role of pupil-pupil talk in developing mathematical reasoning in the classroom, Occasional Papers in Science, Technology, Environmental and Mathematics Education. Southampton, University of Southampton, pp11-12.

Jones, K. (2000), Teacher Knowledge and Professional Development in Geometry, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 20(3), 109-114.
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Jones, K. (2000), The Mediation of Mathematical Learning though the use of Pedagogical Tools: a sociocultural analysis. Invited paper presented at the conference on Social Constructivism, Socioculturalism, and Social Practice Theory: relevance and rationalisations in mathematics education, Norway, March 2000.
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Jones, K. (2000), The Student Experience of Mathematical Proof at University Level. International Journal of Mathematical Education, 31(1), 53-60. ISSN: 0020-739X
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Jones, K. (2000), Providing a foundation for deductive reasoning: students' interpretations when using dynamic geometry software and their evolving mathematical explanations. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 44(1-2), 55-85.
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Jones, K. (2000), Critical Issues in the Design of the Geometry Curriculum. Invited presentation for the Topic Group on Geometry at the 9th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME9), Tokyo, Japan, August 2000.
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Jones, K. (2000), Critical issues in the design of the school geometry curriculum. In, Barton, Bill (ed.) Readings in Mathematics Education. Auckland, New Zealand, University of Auckland, 75-91. [extended version of ICME9 paper]
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Jones, K (2000), A Regrettable Oversight or a Significant Omission? Ethical considerations in quantitative research in education. In H. Simons and R. Usher (Eds), Situated Ethics in Educational Research. London: Routledge. pp147-61. ISBN: 0415206669
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Jones, K. and Simons, H. (2000), The Student Experience of Online Mathematics Enrichment. In: T. Nakahara and M. Koyama (Eds), Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Hiroshima, Japan, Volume 3, pp103-110.
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Jones, K. and Sinkinson, A. (2000), A Critical Analysis of Ofsted Judgements of the Quality of Secondary Mathematics Initial Teacher Education Courses, Evaluation and Research in Education, 40(2), 79-93. [published version of the BERA1999 paper]
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Sinkinson, A. and Jones, K. (2000), The Validity and Reliability of Ofsted Judgements of the Quality of Secondary Mathematics Initial Teacher Education Courses. Paper presented at the Symposium on 'Critical Issues in Mathematics Initial Teacher Education' at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (BERA2000), The University of Wales, Cardiff, September 7th - 9th, 2000.
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Voutsina, C. and Jones, K. (2000), Changes in young children's strategies when solving addition tasks, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 20(3), 97-102.
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See below for more publications from members of the Collaborative Group for Research in Mathematics Education.


Selected Older Publications

Gary Davis

Banks, J., Brooks, J., Cairns, G., Davis, G., and Stacey, P. (1992), On Devaney's definition of chaos, American Mathematical Monthly, 99, 4, 332- 334.

Cairns, G., Davis, G., Elton, D., Kolganova, A. and Perversi, P. (1995), Chaotic group actions, L'Enseignement Mathématique, 41, 123-133.

Davis, G. E. (1992), Cutting through chaos: a case study in mathematical problem solving. In W. Geeslin and K.Graham (eds.), Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, University of New Hampshire, U.S.A, vol. 1, pp. 177-184.

Davis, G. (1996), What is the difference between remembering someone posting a letter and remembering the square root of 2? In L. Puig & A. Guttieréz, (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol 2, pp. 265-272. Valencia: Universidad de Valencia.

Davis, G. and Jones, K. (1996), The Psychology of Experimental Mathematics. In: L. Puig and A. Gutiérrez (Eds), Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Valencia, Volume 1, 149 [extended abstract].
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Davis, G., Pearn, C. and Jones, A. (1997), Communication in mathematics classes: How can we tell if it's happening? Pre-print.

Davis, G., Pearn, C., Price, G. & Smith. K. (1997), Counting and reading in the early years of schooling. In Hejny, M. & Novotna, J. (Eds.) International Symposium: Elementary Maths Teaching SEMT97, pp. 97-100. Prague: Charles University.

Davis, G., Merrifield, M., Pearn, C., Price, G. & Smith. K. (1997), Connections Between Counting and Reading. Pre-print. University of Southampton.

Davis, G. E., Smith, N.C. & Hill, D. J. W. (working paper), Reflections on Mathematical Memory. Pre-print. University of Southampton.

Davis, G., Tall, D. and Thomas, M. (1997), What is the object of the encapsulation of a process? Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Auckland, New Zealand.

Davis, G. E. and Royle, P. L (1996), A comparison of Australian university output using journal impact factors. Scientometrics, 35(1), 45-58.

Davis, G. E. & Hunting, R.P. (1990), Spontaneous partitioning: pre-schoolers and discrete items, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 21, 367-374.

Davis, G. E., Hunting, R. P. and Pearn, C. (1993), What might a fraction mean to a child and how would a teacher know? The Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 12(1), 63-76.

Davis, G., Hunting, R. P. and Pearn, C. (1993), Iterates and relations: Elliot and Shannon's fraction schemes. In I. Hirabayashi, N. Nohda, K. Shigematsu and F.-L. Lin (eds.) Psychology of Mathematics Education, PME XVII, pp. 154 - 161. Tsukuba: University of Tsukuba.

Davis, G. and Jones, K. (1996), The Psychology of Experimental Mathematics. In: L. Puig and A. Gutiérrez (Eds), Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Valencia, Volume 1, 149 [extended abstract].
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Davis, G. E. and Pepper, K. L.(1992), Mathematical problem solving by pre-school children. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 23, 397-415.

Davis, G. and Pitkethly, A.(1990), Cognitive aspects of sharing. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 21(2), 145-153.

Davis, G. E. and Pobjoy, M. (1995), Spreadsheets as constructivist tools for the learning and teaching of mathematics. In O. P. Ahuja (ed.) Quality Mathematics Education in Developing Countries, pp. 25-56. New Delhi: UBSPD.

Davis, G. E. and Waywood, A. R. (1992), Assessment of challenging problems and project work in senior secondary mathematics. In M.Stephens and J. Izard (eds.) Reshaping Assessment Practices: Assessment in the Mathematical Sciences Under Challenge, pp. 185-200. Melbourne: Australian Council for Educational Research.

Davis, G. E. and Waywood, A. R. (1993), A model for estimating the zone of proximal development through students' writing about mathematical activity. In I. Hirabayashi, N. Nohda, K. Shigematsu and F.-L. Lin (eds.) Psychology of Mathematics Education, PME XVII, vol 2, pp. 183-190. Tsukuba: University of Tsukuba.

Hunting, R. P., Davis, G. E. and Pearn, C. A. (1997), Whole number constraints on rational number learning in an operator setting. Paper presented at the Symposium From Whole Number Sequences to the Rational Numbers of Arithmetic, Research Pre-session of the 75th Annual Meeting of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Minneapolis, MN, April 15-16, 1997.

Hunting, R. P., Davis, G. E. and Pearn, C.A. (1997), The role of whole number knowledge in rational number learning. Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia annual conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

Hunting, R. P. and Davis, G. E. (1996), Engaging Whole Number Knowledge for Rational Number Learning Using a Computer-Based Tool. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 27(3), 354-379

Royle, P. L. and Davis, G. E. (1995), Quality and Distribution of Australian Science Journal Publishing. In M.E.D. Koenig and A. Bookstein (eds.) Fifth International Conference of the International Society for Scientometrics & Informetrics. Proceedings - 1995. pp. 475-484. Medford N.J.: Learned Information.

Saads, S. and Davis, G. (1998), Verbal hesitancy in student talk. Pre-print. University of Southampton.

Saads, S. and Davis, G. (1997), Visual perception and image formation in three dimensional geometry. Preprint.

Saads, S and Davis, G. (1997) Spatial abilities, van Hiele levels, and language use in three dimensional geometry. In: Pehkonen E (Ed), Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Helsinki, Finland. Vol 4, pp.104-111.

Silveira, C. & Davis, G. (1998), Implicit processes in early number learning. Pre-print. University of Southampton.

Smith, N. C., Davis, G. E. & Hill, D. J. W. A classroom-experiment in mathematical memory. (pre-print). University of Southampton.

Tall, D., Thomas, M., Davis, G., Gray, E. & Simpson, A. (1998), What is the object of the encapsulation of a process? Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 18(2), 223-241.

Julie-Ann Edwards

Edwards, J. and Jones, K. (1996), Book review: Dynamic Geometry, edited by Ronnie Goldstein, Hilary Povey and Peter Winbourne, Micromath, 12(3), 40-41.
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Edwards, J and Jones, K. (1998), The Contribution of Exploratory Talk to Mathematical Learning. In: Olivier A (Ed), Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Volume 4, p330.
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Edwards, J. and Jones, K. (1999), Students' Views of Learning Mathematics in Collaborative Small Groups. In: O. Zaslavsky (Ed), Proceedings of the 23rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Haifa, Israel, Volume 2, pp281-288.
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Brian Griffiths

Griffiths, H. B. (1998), The British Experience of Teaching Geometry since 1900. In: C. Mammana and V. Villani (Eds), Perspectives on the Teaching of Geometry for the 21st Century. Dordrecht: Kluwer. pp194-203. ISBN: 0792349903

Griffiths, H. B. (1999), Fudge and Fiddlesticks: a century after. In C. Hoyles, C. Morgan and G. Woodhouse (eds), Rethinking the Mathematics Curriculum. London: Falmer.

Stephen Hegedus

Hegedus, S. (1996), Analysing the Metacognitive Behaviour of Undergraduates. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference of Mathematics Education (ICME8), Seville, Spain, July 1996.

Hegedus, S. (1996), Analysing the Metacognitive Behaviour of Undergraduates in the Domain of Calculus. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics and the Association of Mathematics Education Tutors, Loughborough: UK, 1996

Hegedus, S. (1996), Analysing Verbal Data. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics and the Association of Mathematics Education Tutors, Working Group: Interviewing, Loughborough: UK, 1996.

Hegedus, S. (1997), Advanced Mathematical Thinking, Metacognition and The Calculus. Paper presented at the Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, Bristol: UK, 1997

Hegedus, S. (1998), The Construction of the ROME model for analysing the Metacognitive Behaviour of Mathematics Undergraduates. Proceedings of the International Conference for the Teaching of Mathematics, Samos98, Samos, Greece, John Wiley & Sons, July, 1998

Hegedus, S. (1999), Advanced Mathematical Thinking. In L. Bills (Ed.), Proceedings of the Conference of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, King's College London, UK, February, 1999. pp 89-94

Ann Hirst

Griffiths, H. B. and Hirst, A. E. (1994), Cubic equations, or where did the examination question come from? American Mathematical Monthly, 101, 151-161.

Hirst, A. E. (1999), From FE to HE with A-level Mathematics. Southampton: University of Southampton.

Keith Hirst

Hirst, K. E. (1992) Changes in school mathematics - consequences for the university curriculum. London Mathematical Society Newsletter, 192, 4-6.

Hirst, K. E. (1992) Square triangular numbers and continued fractions. Mathematics in Schools, 21, 36-37.

Hirst, K. E. (1992) Transition to A-level. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, A, 155, 208.

Hirst, K. E. (1993) The National Curriculum and A-level reform. Bulletin IMA, 29, 9-15.

Hirst, K. E. (1995), Consequences of GCSE in mathematics for degree studies. Math Gazette, 79, 61-63.

Hirst, K. E. (1995), Continued fractions for d^(1/2) with constant partial quotients. Int. J. Math. Educ. Sci. Technol., 26, 205-211

Hirst, K. E. (1995), Numbers, Sequences and Series. Edward Arnold.

Hirst, K. E. (1996), Changes in A-level Mathematics from 1996. LMS Newsletter, 239 (June), 8-9.

Hirst, K. E. (1996), Newton's Method - with mistakes. Math Gazette, 80, 385-389.

Hirst, K. E. (1996), Changes in A-level Mathematics from 1996. University of Southampton.

Hirst, K. E. (1997), Exploring Complex Cosines using a Computer Algebra System. International Journal of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education, 4, 329-337.

Hirst, K. E. (1997), La Medida de Distancia en Barcelona. SUMA (Revista del Federacion Espanola de Sociedades de Profesores de Matematicas), 24, 63-66

Hirst, K. E. (1998), Limit Points of Sequences, In: Bob Burn, John Appleby andPhilip Maher (eds), Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics. London: Imperial College Press (pp22-23).

Hirst, K. E. (1999), Mature Students Studying Mathematics. International Journal of Mathematics Education in Science and Technology, 30, 207-213.
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Hirst, K. E. (1999), Divisors of n! Mathematical Gazette, 83, 440-445.

Hirst, K. E. (1999) Procedural extrapolation as a source of errors in calculus, Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education, 7, 63-66.
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Hirst, K. E. and Atkinson, K. (1995), Starting Derive. Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 14, 34-36.

Hirst, K. E. and Shiu, C.M. (1995), Investigations in Pure Mathematics: A Constructivist Perspective. Hiroshima Journal of Mathematics Education, 3, 1-14

Hirst, K. E. and Shiu, C.M. (1996), Investigations in Pure Mathematics. In Chris Haines and Sylvia Dunthorne (eds.) Mathematics Learning and Assessment, pp 2.9-2.16. London: Arnold

Geoff Howson

Balacheff, N., Howson, A.G., Sfard, A., Steinbring, H., Kilpatrick. J. and Sierpinska, A. (1993), What is Research in Mathematics Education and What are its Results? Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik, 3, 114-116.

Howson, G. (1991), National Curricula in Mathematics. Leicester: The Mathematical Association.

Howson, A.G. (1993), The Relationship between Assessment, Curriculum and Society. In M. Niss (ed.) Investigations into Assessment in Mathematics Education, pp. 47-56. Dortrecht: Kluwer.

Howson, A.G. (1993), Some difference in mathematics education between Japan and England. In Research Report No. 27, pp. 63-71. Tokyo: National Institute for Educational Research.

Howson, A.G. (1993), A Mathematics Education towards the year 2000. Journal of the Japanese Society of Mathematics Education, LXXV(5), 86-102.

Howson, A.G. (1993), Teachers of mathematics. The Teaching of Mathematics and Informatics, 1, 4-16.

Howson, A.G. (1993), Japanese jottings. Mathematics Teaching, 145, 10-13

Howson, A.G. (1993), Teachers of mathematics. Mathematics Teaching, 142, 28-31.

Howson, G. (1995), Mathematics Textbooks: a Comparative Study of Grade 8 Texts. TIMSS Monograph No 3. Vancouver BC: Pacific Educational Press.

Howson, A. G. (1994), Mathematics in the New Zealand curriculum. Wellington, New Zealand: Business Roundtable. 44pp.

Howson, A. G.. (1994), Teachers of Mathematics. In C. Gaulin, B.R. Hodgson, D.H. Wheeler and J.C. Egsgard (eds.) Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Mathematics Education, pp. 9-26. Quebec: Laval University Press.

Howson, A. G. (1998), The Value of Comparative Studies. In: Kaiser, G., Luna, E. and Huntley, I., (eds), International Comparisons in Mathematics Education. London: Falmer Press, 165-188.

Howson, A. G. (1998), Mathematics and Common Sense. In: Alsina, C. et al., (eds)., Selected Lectures of 8th International Conference on Mathematics Education, Seville, SAEM 'Thales' , 257-69.

Howson, A.G. (1998), MJL [Sir James Lighthill] and mathematics education, Mathematics Today, 34, 164-5.

Howson, A.G. (1998), Some Thoughts on Constructing a Curriculum, Mathematics Teaching, 165, 18-21.

Howson, G., Harries T. and Sutherland, R. (1999), Primary School Mathematics Textbooks: an international study summary, 46pp. London: Qualifications and Curriculum Authority.

Keith Jones

Chronaki, A. and Jones, K. (1999), Language Use and Geometry Texts. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 19(1), 95-100.
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Davis, G. and Jones, K. (1996), The Psychology of Experimental Mathematics. In: L. Puig and A. Gutiérrez (Eds), Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Valencia, Volume 1, 149 [extended abstract].
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Gorgorio, N and Jones, K. (1996), Elements of the Visualisation Process within a Dynamic Geometry Environment. Invited paper presented to Topic group on The Future of Geometry at the 8th International Congress on Mathematical Education, Seville, Spain.6pp
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Gorgorió, N. and Jones, K. (1997), Cabri i Visualització, Biaix, 10, 21-23. [in Catalan]
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Hoyles, C. and Jones, K. (1998), Proof in Dynamic Geometry Contexts. In: C. Mammana and V. Villani (Eds), Perspectives on the Teaching of Geometry for the 21st Century. Dordrecht: Kluwer. pp121-128. ISBN: 0792349903
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Jones, K. (1993), Researching Geometrical Intuition. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 13(3), 15-19.
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Jones, K. (1994), Where is the Mathematics in the Continuing Professional Development of Mathematics Teachers? Annual conference of the Association of Mathematics Education Teachers 1994 (AMET1994), Cheltenham, UK, 5-8 September 1994.
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Jones, K. (1994), On the Nature and Role of Mathematical Intuition. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 14(2), 59-64.
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Jones, K. (1994), Mathematics Teaching From A Different Point of View, Mathematics Education Review, 5, 10-17.
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Jones, K. (1995), Acquiring abstract geometrical concepts: the interaction between the formal and the intuitive. In: Proceedings of the Third British Congress on Mathematics Education, Manchester Metropolitan University, pp239-46.
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Jones, K. (1995), Dynamic geometry contexts for proof as explanation. In: L. Healy and C. Hoyles (Eds), Justifying and Proving in School Mathematics. London: Institute of Education, pp142-154. No ISBN.
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Jones, K. (1995), Researching the Learning of Geometrical Concepts in the Secondary Classroom: problems and possibilities, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 15(2), 31-34.
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Jones, K. (1995), Contexts for teaching geometry, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, Birmingham, 15(3), 41-42.
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Jones, K. (1995), Geometrical reasoning, Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 15(3), 43-47.
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Jones, K. (1995), The Changing Nature of Probability at Key Stages 1 and 2, Mathematics in School, 24(2), 40-41. ISSN: 0305-7259
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Davis, G. and Jones, K. (1996), The Psychology of Experimental Mathematics. In: L. Puig and A. Gutiérrez (Eds), Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Valencia, Volume 1, 149 [extended abstract].
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Jones, K. (1996), Coming to know about 'dependency' within a dynamic geometry environment. In: L. Puig and A. Gutiérrez (Eds), Proceedings of the 20th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Valencia, Volume 3, 145-152.
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Jones, K. (1997), Children Learning to Specify Geometrical Relationships Using a Dynamic Geometry Package. In: Pehkonen E (Ed), Proceedings of the 21st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Helsinki, Finland, Volume 3, 121-128.
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Jones, K. (1997), Student Teachers' Conceptions of Mathematical Proof. Mathematics Education Review, 9, 21-32.
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Jones, K. (1997), A Comparison of the Teaching of Geometrical Ideas in Japan and the US. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 17(3), 65-68.
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Jones, K. (1997), Some Lessons in Mathematics: a comparison of mathematics teaching in Japan and America, Mathematics Teaching, 159, 6-9. ISSN: 0025-5785
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Jones, K.(1998), Deductive and Intuitive Approaches to Solving Geometrical Problems. In: C. Mammana and V. Villani (eds), Perspectives on the Teaching of Geometry for the 21st Century. Dordrecht: Kluwer. pp78-83. ISBN: 0792349903
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Jones, K. (1998), Theoretical Frameworks for the Learning of Geometrical Reasoning. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 18(1-2), 29-34.
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Jones, K. (1998), Mathematics Graduates' Conceptions of Mathematical Proof. In: D Holton (Ed), On the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at University Level: pre-proceedings of ICMI study 11. Singapore: National Institute of Education, 161-164.
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Jones K. (1998), The Mediation of Learning within a Dynamic Geometry Environment. In: Olivier A (Ed), Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, Volume 3, pp96-103.
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Jones, K. (1999), Student Interpretations of a Dynamic Geometry Environment. In: Inge Schwank (Ed), European Research in Mathematics Education. Osnabrueck, Germany: Forschungsinstitut fur Mathematikdidaktik. pp 245-58. ISBN: 392538653X
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Jones, K. (1999), Planning for Mathematics Learning. In: S. Johnston-Wilder, P. Johnston-Wilder, D. Pimm and J. Westwell, (Eds), Learning to Teach Mathematics in the Secondary School. London: Routledge. pp84-102. ISBN: 0415162807
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Jones, K. and Bills, C. (1998), Visualisation, Imagery and the Development of Geometrical Reasoning. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 18(1-2), 123-128.
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Jones, K. and Brown, L. (1994), The Vanishing National Curriculum, Mathematics Teaching, 148, pp19 and 25. ISSN: 0025-5785
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Jones, K. and Simons, H. (1999) Online mathematics enrichment: an evaluation of the NRICH project. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, 94pp. ISBN: 0854327010
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Jones, K. and Sinkinson, A. (1999), A Critical Analysis of Ofsted Judgements of the Quality of Secondary Mathematics Initial Teacher Education Courses. Paper presented at the Symposium on 'Critical Issues in Mathematics Initial Teacher Education' at the British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (BERA1999), The University of Sussex, Brighton, 2-5 September 1999.
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Jones, K. and Smith, K. (1997), Student Teachers Learning to Plan Mathematics Lessons. Paper presented at the 1999 Annual Conference of the Association of Mathematics Education Teachers (AMET1999). Leicester. May 1997. 7pp.
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McLeay, H., O'Driscoll-Tole, K. and Jones K. (1998), Using imagery to solve spatial problems. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 18(3), 83-88.
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Mogetta, C., Olivero, F. and Jones K. (1999), Providing the Motivation to Prove in a Dynamic Geometry Environment. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 19(2), 91-96.
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Mogetta, C., Olivero, F. and Jones K. (1999), Designing Dynamic Geometry Tasks that Support the Proving Process. Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 19(3), 97-102.
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Monty Paul:

Paul, M. (1995) Pizza and spaghetti: Solving maths problems in the primary classroom. The Computing Teacher, April.

Paul, M. (1997) Using spreadsheets as investigative tools with primary mathematics pupils. Proceedings, Internet and Educational Computing Conference, Cape Town.


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