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**QA11 Study and teaching. Research**(15)

- QA Mathematics (15)

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**15**.## A

- Andrews, P. R. and Sayers, J. (2013) Comparative studies of mathematics teaching: does the means of analysis determine the outcome?
*ZDM: The International Journal on Mathematics Education.***45**(1), pp. 133-144. 1863-9690. - Andrews, P. R. and Sayers, J. (2012) Teaching linear equations: case studies from Finland, Flanders and Hungary.
*The Journal of Mathematical Behavior.***31**(4), pp. 476-488. 0732-3123. - Andrews, P. R. and Sayers, J. (2011) Learning from others.
*Mathematics Teaching.***224**, pp. 3-7. 0025-5785. - Andrews, P. R. and Sayers, J. (2005) How do teachers of mathematics teach? A four-way international comparison. In: Barwell, R. and Noyes, A. (eds.)
*Research in Mathematics Education: Papers of The British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics.*London: British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics. pp. 139-157.

## C

- Crafter, S. (2009) Parental resources for understanding mathematical achievement in multiethnic settings. In: Abreu, G. d. and Gorgorio, N. (eds.)
*Proceedings of the Sixth European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 6).*Lyon, France: Universite de Lyon. pp. 14-22. - Crafter, S. (2008) Parental sources of understanding mathematical achievement in culturally diverse settings. SIG 21 Learning and Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings. Paper presented to:
*European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Biennial Meeting for Special Interest Group (SIG) 10, 15 and 21, Gothenburg, Sweden, 19-20 May 2008*. (Unpublished) - Crafter, S. (2007) Review: Gallagher A. M. & Kaufmann J. C. (2005). Gender differences in mathematics: an integrative psychological approach.
*Feminism & Psychology.***17**(3), pp. 395-400. 0959-3535. - Crafter, S. and Abreu, G. d. (2011) Teachers discussions about parental use of implicit and explicit mathematics in the home. Paper presented to:
*Seventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 7), Rzeszow, Poland, 09-13 February 2011*. (Unpublished) - Crafter, S. and Abreu, G. d. (2010) The mediating role of a minority ethnic teacher's past experiences as a tool for understanding mathematical learning and teaching. Paper presented to:
*European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Special Interest Group 21: Teaching and Learning in Culturally Diverse Settings Meeting: Moving Through Cultures of Learning (SIG 21 2010), University of Applied Sciences, Utrecht, Netherlands, 02-03 September 2010*. (Unpublished) - Crafter, S. and Abreu, G. d. (2005) Parents' past experiences as a mediational tool for understanding their child's current mathematical learning.
*European Journal of Psychology of Education.***XX**(1), pp. 75-89. 0256-2928.

## F

- Fathulla, K., King, J. and Vernon, J. (2007) Evaluation of interactive learning tools and their impact on the intake of A-Level maths students. Paper presented to:
*International Scientific Practical Conference, Siauliai, Lithuania, 2-5 December 2007*. (Unpublished)

## R

- Rice, P. and Farmer, R. (2014) Tell me what you want, what you really, really want. Paper presented to:
*Continuing Excellence in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research (CETL-MSOR) Conference 2014: Mathematics and Statistics Teaching, Learning and Support: Real, Virtual, Mobile, Cardiff University, 08-09 September 2014*. (Unpublished) - Rice, P. and O'Hare, D. (2012) Pilot online mathematics tutorials - you can take a horse to water...
*MSOR Connections.***12**(2), pp. 20-21. 1473-4869.

## S

- Sayers, J. (2013) The influence of early childhood mathematical experiences on teachers' beliefs and practice. In:
*From a Study of Teaching Practices to Issues in Teacher Education.*Antalya, Turkey: CERME 8 (ERME). - Smith, N. and Caldwell, H. (2016) Literally stepping through algorithms: visualising algorithms with sorting networks.
*Math+Code â€˜Zine.***2**(1)