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**QA135 Elementary mathematics. Study and teaching. Research**(10)

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Number of items at this level:

**10**.## Article

- Sayers, J. (2003) Developing infants' understanding of algebra.
*Primary Mathematics.***7**(1), pp. 22-28. 1465-0495. - Sayers, J. and Bracey, P. (2014) Mathematics into History go: enhancing Mathematics and History through fieldwork at a castle.
*Mathematics Teaching.*(241), pp. 29-33. - Shelton Mayes, A. and Burgess, H. (2008) Using e-learning to support primary teacher traineesâ€™ development of mathematical subject knowledge: an analysis of learning and the impact on confidence.
*Teacher Development.***12**(1), pp. 37-55.

## Book Section

- Crafter, S. and Abreu, G. d. (2008) Exploring parents' cultural models of mathematical knowledge in multiethnic primary schools. In: Marsico, G., Komatsu, K. and Iannaccone, A. (eds.)
*Crossing Boundaries: Intercontextual Dynamics between Family and School.*Charlotte, N.C., USA: Information Age Publishing (IAP).

## Conference or Workshop Item

- Morgan, D. (2010) Mathematics Specialist Programme. Seminar Presentation presented to:
*British Congress of Mathematics Education (BCME 7): Mathematical Progressions, University of Manchester, 06-09 April 2010*. (Unpublished) - Sayers, J. (2011) The pedagogical consequences of a laissez faire individualistic society. Poster presented to:
*Seventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 7), Rzeszow, Poland, 09-13 February 2011*. (Unpublished) - Sayers, J. (2007) Whole class interactive teaching in the English primary mathematics classroom: underpinning or undermining learning? Paper presented to:
*Exploring Vygotsky's Ideas: Crossing Borders - European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) European Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 29 August - 1 September 2007*. (Unpublished) - Sayers, J. (2007) Primary teachersâ€™ attitudes towards and beliefs about mathematics teaching: the collective culture of one English primary school. Paper presented to:
*Fifth Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 5), Larnaca, Cyprus, 22-26 February 2007*. (Unpublished)

## Conference Proceedings

- Back, J., Sayers, J. and Andrews, P. R. (2013) The development of foundational number sense in England and Hungary: a case study comparison. In:
*Comparative Studies in Mathematics Education.*Antalya, Turkey: CERME 8 (ERME). - Sayers, J. and Barber, P. (2012) It is quite confusing isn't it? In:
*Proceedings of POEM 2012.*Centre for Educational Research in Mathematics and Technology (CERMAT).