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The SIG-ME is a special interest research group within the Department of Education. The group connects diverse research and disciplines within mathematics education, with a shared focus on improving mathematics learning and mathematics teaching and evaluating and developing pedagogical practices. We are interested in advancing the theory and practice for mathematics learning across educational levels and learning settings and supporting the development of researchers.
Our special interest group is a forum to support those engaged in research, teacher education and curriculum development in mathematics education. It works collaboratively with other special interest groups within the Department of Education and the University. Our activities involve:
Our research group is open to academics and research students with research interests in mathematics education from anywhere in the world and mathematics educators from the broader professional community. It is easy to join us. No membership fee or registration procedure is required. Just come to our events, physically or virtually, and follow our blog when you can.
If you are interested in the work of this special interest group and would like to find out more, please contact Dr Christos Dimitriadis (e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).