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Research base is a collection of research work either published by us as part of the development of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework or summaries we have written of research carried out by others in the field.
04 March 2019
Over the next several months we will be updating the content and structure of the research section of our website. The current content update focuses on a series of research articles describing our methodology and the outcomes of evaluation projects which have been completed so far.
30 June 2016
While there are many elements of educational ideologies that are relevant to our work, in this report we explore three themes that link ideology and curriculum framework development: equity, neutrality, and evidence.
23 August 2018
In this paper we give an overview of work in progress on the Cambridge Mathematics Framework. This includes a brief discussion of theoretical influences at the foundation of some of our key design principles, methodology, and the state of the design so far. Note: This is a pre-print draft of a paper accepted for publication in Proceedings of the ICMI Study 24 Conference.
02 June 2016
Count Us In is a call-to-action report from the British Academy broadly outlining reasons, goals, and means for achieving high data literacy in the UK (Mansell, 2015).
01 July 2016
We explore key strengths and weaknesses of money as a representation of decimal concepts which would be important to take into account for the Cambridge Mathematics framework.