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  • United Kingdom

20052018
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Personal profile

Personal Statement

I joined Strathclyde University in 2004 as an Associate Lecturer. I was previously a secondary school mathematics teacher for 18 years in West Dunbartonshire. My current position as Teaching Fellow involves working with all levels of the PGDE and BA courses in the School of Education. I am currently course coordinator for PGDE(S) Mathematics, Joint Degree coordinator for the Mathematics and Physics with Teaching degrees and module leader of the B.Ed  year 3 mathematics course. I have been part of the PGDE course management team for 2 years and I am currently the coordinator of the Scottish Mathematical Council’s primary maths challenge in the West of Scotland.

I represent the university on the National Numeracy Network Group run by Education Scotland and also the Mathematics Initial Teacher Education forum.

I have provided CPD courses for both the Primary and Secondary sector with a focus on raising attainment. 

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Projects 2009 2009

CELESTE: Cognitive Elements in Learning and Engagement in Student Teacher Education

McNally, J., Blake, A., Byrne, C., Harris, L. & Winter, J.

1/06/09 → …

Project: Internally funded project

Research Output 2005 2018

Mathematics

Hulse, I. & Winter, J., 31 Jul 2018, Scottish Education. Bryce, T. G. K., Humes, W. M., Gillies, D. & Kennedy, A. (eds.). Fifth Edition ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, p. 584-590 7 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

mathematics
curriculum
secondary school
confidence
human being

Multiple choice questions

Westwood, P., Jan 2005, How to Pass Higher Maths. Abingdon, p. 127-134 8 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

mathematics