The proceedings from the June conference at Loughborough University are online here.
I’ve enjoyed reading a wide variety of papers from those focussing on primary mathematics such as Skevington’s study of children’s responses to using Numicon and Boylan’s consideration of an alternative framework for evaluating the Shanghai teacher exchange, to papers exploring the mathematics learning and teaching of undergraduates, for example Harth et al.’s study of lecturers beliefs. In these conference proceedings, a large proportion of papers report on research across the secondary phase, including papers on A level mathematics (Lee et al. and Walton) and on teachers participation in professional development (Sinyangwe et al.). In the online proceedings you can also find two working group reports together with my own workshop report on working with data from our Smile mathematics research project.