Developing Teacher-Student Talk in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom (2015-2017)

OVERVIEW

This collaborative project works with mathematics departments to develop the quality and quantity of their students’ mathematical talk in lessons. The two schools involved in the research aspire to develop students’ literacy, with a particular focus on speaking and listening. Building on extensive research into classroom talk and interaction, they are exploring strategies used by teachers to develop their students’ talk for both practicality and efficiency.

The findings and the implications for practice will be shared through the development of professional development materials and through workshops for members of the Deanery.

HOW THE RESEARCH WAS CARRIED OUT

Currently being carried out.

FINDINGS – IMPLICATIONS FOR TEACHERS

Pending – Research currently being carried out.

IMPORTANT TO NOTE

Author(s)

Dr Jenni Ingram (Department of Education)
Dr Nick Andrews (Department of Education)

Contact information

email_icon-sm jenni.ingram@education.ox.ac.uk

email_icon-sm nicholas.andrews@education.ox.ac.uk

Research Role

Academic

Funding

University of Oxford, John Fell Fund

Status

Underway

Links

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