Dr Brenda A Bicknell
Mathematics Education; Teaching and Learning
Qualifications: PhD, MEd, BEd, Dip Tchg, TTC
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My research focus is on mathematics education, and gifted and talented education, and the intersection of these. My research in mathematics education, using design research methodology, specifically addressed pedagogical practice in multiplication and division, and place value development. It encompassed equitable and emancipatory pedagogies and productive mathematical discourse in the classroom. I have also been involved in national survey and case study research and inter-institutional research in gifted education.
Bicknell, B., & Young-Loveridge, J. (2017). Teacher-researcher partnerships: Working together to enhance young children’s learning in mathematics. In R. McNae, & B. Cowie (Eds.), Realising Innovative Partnerships in Educational Research.
Theories and Methodologies for Collaboration (pp. 67-75). Sense publishers.
Bicknell, B., Young-Loveridge, J., & Simpson, J. (2017). Using quotitive division problems to promote place-value understanding. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 22(2), 28-32. Retrieved from https://search.informit.org/documentSummary;dn=902169646139463;res=IELHSS Open Access version: hdl:https://hdl.handle.net/10289/114
Bicknell, B., Young-Loveridge, J., & Nguyen, N. (2016). A design study to develop young children’s understanding of multiplication and division. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 28(4), 567-583. doi:10.1007/s13394-016-0180-4
Bicknell, B. A., Young-Loveridge, J., Lelieveld, J., & Brooker, J. (2015). Using multiplication and division contexts with young children to develop part-whole thinking. Set: Research Information for Teachers, 2, 53-59. doi:10.18296/set.0018
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