Please click on the link below to access the revised schedule for this seminar series. Note that 4 dates have been changed.
You are invited to attend this series of seminars hosted by the School of Education at the University of Manchester. The series presents an exciting range of recent research within Mathematics Education that will be of interest to researchers, practitioners and students. Many of the seminars also address issues which are of relevance to wider areas of education (and beyond) and all are welcome to attend.
The seminars are held every two weeks on Wednesdays, from 4.45 to 6.15pm in room C3.20 of the Ellen Wilkinson Building. A pdf of the programme is attached which can also be used to help publicise the seminars. To be kept informed and be notified of any changes or additions to the program please email David Swanson
Opening Seminar: Wed 12th Oct 2011: 4.45pm in EW C3.20
‘The use of value in mathematics education: contemporary cultural-historical activity theory meets Bourdieu’s sociology’ – Prof. Julian Williams (University of Manchester)
Please click on the link below for a list of dates and locations for future meetings