Babcock Mathematics Research Talks
Research can inform practice but it is often only well-funded research that comes to the attention of teachers and maths educators. The BMR talks are intended to provide access to small-scale research projects of value and interest to teachers and all involved in mathematics education. The talks run as one hour online sessions which are recorded and made available.
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Cardinality Counts: The Value of Two Revisited
Dr Ruth Trundley
Dr Ruth Trundley explores the importance of cardinality, drawing on the case study used for her doctorate (which followed two children from the age of 17 months to 5 years 7 months) and more recent research undertaken with Dr Helen Williams.
Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAbPCD707G0