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Every two months we bring you an Espresso – a small but intense draught of filtered research on mathematics education, expressly designed with teachers in mind. Each Espresso considers one particular issue in mathematics education, and how the latest good-quality research can provide helpful guidance or further reading. Perfect with a biscuit; sip gently and combine with a drop of professional judgement for a benevolent stimulant effect.
02 June 2020
What does the research suggest about remote mathematics learning?
Read Espresso 30
09 April 2020
What does research suggest about teaching statistics using exploratory data analysis(EDA)?
Read Espresso 29
10 March 2020
What does research suggest about the development of proportional reasoning in mathematics learning?
Read Espresso 28
30 January 2020
What does research suggest about early development of spatial skills?
Read Espresso 27
23 December 2019
What does research tell us about supporting EAL students in mathematics classrooms?
Read Espresso 26
29 November 2019
What does research suggest about effective ways to introduce fractions?
Read Espresso 25
20 November 2019
What are mathematical thinking and computational thinking and what is the relationship between them?
Read Espresso 24
01 November 2019
What does research suggest is important for students when developing concepts of the mean?
Read Espresso 23
01 August 2019
What does research suggest about early development of graphicacy?
Read Espresso 22
25 June 2019
What does research suggest about effective utilisation of teaching assistants in the maths classroom?
Read Espresso 21
29 May 2019
How might variation theory affect mathematics teaching and learning?
Read Espresso 20
02 May 2019
Rina Lai asks what research suggests about approaches and tools that promote computational thinking in the classroom.
Read Espresso 19