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John David Monaghan

Professor

 
Office:
JU019 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )

BA, University of Lancaster, 1977

MSc, University of Sussex, 1978

PGCE, University of Bath, 1979

PhD, University of Warwick, 1986

10 years as a school mathematics teacher

28 years as a university lecturer

Academic interests

Learning mathematics, 14 -18

Tool use in mathematics (doing, learning & teaching)

Theoretical frameworks in mathematics education research

Projects

MatRIC

Scientific publications

  • Monaghan, John David; Borwein, Jonathan M; Trouche, Luc (2016). Tools and Mathematics: Instruments for Learning. ISBN: 978-3-319-02396-0. Springer. s 483.
  • Monaghan, John David (2018). Artefacts in the real world and artefacts in mathematics education research.
  • Monaghan, John David (2017). Tools, tasks and mathematics.
  • Monaghan, John David (2017). The influence of technology/tools in conceptualizing mathematics.
  • Monaghan, John David (2017). Digital tool use in 14-21 mathematics education: where we’ve come from and where we might be going.
  • Monaghan, John David; Trouche, Luc (2017). Using tools for doing mathematics vs. using tools for teaching mathematics, differences and similarities.
  • Umameh, Michael; Monaghan, John David (2017). A classification of resources used by mathematics teachers in an English high school.

Research groups

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