Andrews, Paul

Publikationer Paul Andrews

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Judy Sayers, Gosia Marschall, Jöran Petersson,
et al.
English and Swedish teachers’ perspectives on the role of parents in year one children’s learning of number: manifestations of culturally-conditioned norms 2019
Kerstin Larsson, Paul Andrews, Inger Ridderlind
Mathematical games can make a difference : An intervention for children at risk 2019
Jöran Petersson, Judy Sayers, Eva Rosenqvist,
et al.
Opportunities for year-one children to acquire foundational number sense : comparing English and Swedish adaptations of the same Singapore textbook 2019
Attila Szabo, Paul Andrews
Uncovering the Relationship Between Mathematical Ability and Problem Solving Performance of Swedish Upper Secondary School Students 2017
Jöran Petersson, Gosia Marschall, Judy Sayers,
et al.
Swedish year one teachers’ perspectives on homework in children’s learning of number : An ongoing controversy 2019
Anna Löwenhielm, Gosia Marschall, Judy Sayers,
et al.
Opportunities to acquire foundational number sense: A quantitative comparison of popular English and Swedish textbooks 2017
Attila Szabo, Paul Andrews
Examining the interaction of mathematical abilities and mathematical memory : A study of problem-solving activity of high-achieving Swedish upper secondary students 2017
Kerstin Larsson, Kerstin Pettersson, Paul Andrews
Students' conceptualisations of multiplication as repeated addition or equal groups in relation to multi-digit and decimal numbers 2018
Anna Pansell, Paul Andrews
The teaching of mathematical problem-solving in Swedish classrooms : a case study of one grade five teachers practice 2018
Paul Andrews
Understanding the Cultural Construction of School Mathematics 2016
Paul Andrews
Is the ‘telling case’ a methodological myth? 2016
Judy Sayers, Paul Andrews, Lisa Björklund Boistrup
The Role of Conceptual Subitising in the Development of Foundational Number Sense 2017
Judy Sayers, Paul Andrews
Foundational Number Sense : Summarising the Development of an Analytical framework 2014
Paul Andrews, Judy Sayers, Gosia Marschall
Developing foundational number sense : Number line examples from Poland and Russia 2016
Judy Sayers, Paul Andrews
Foundational number sense : The basis for whole number arithmetic competence 2016
Gosia Marschall, Paul Andrews
Polish teachers’ conceptions of and approaches to the teaching of linear equations to grade six students : An exploratory case study 2016
Paul Andrews, Constantinos Xenofontos
Analysing the relationship between the problem-solving-related beliefs, competence and teaching of three Cypriot primary teachers 2016
Paul Andrews
Mathematics, PISA, and culture : An unpredictable relationship 2015
Paul Andrews, Jose Diego Mantecón
Instrument adaptation in cross-cultural studies of students' mathematics-related beliefs : Learning from healthcare research 2014
Paul Andrews, Judy Sayers
Identifying opportunities for grade one children to acquire foundational number sense : Developing a framework for cross cultural classroom analyses 2014
Paul Andrews
Flemish mathematics teaching : Bourbaki meets RME? 2014
Paul Andrews, Judy Sayers
Foundational number sense : A framework for analysing early number-related teaching 2015
Judy Sayers, Paul Andrews, Lisa Björklund Boistrup
The role of conceptual subitising in the development of foundational number sense 2015
Paul Andrews
Practice to inspire : Mathematics teaching in one Hungarian grade one classroom 2014

Masterclass in mathematics education : international perspectives on teaching and learning 2014
Paul Andrews
The Emperor’s new clothes : PISA, TIMSS and Finnish mathematics 2015
Paul Andrews
European mathematics curricula and classroom practices 2014
Paul Andrews, Andreas Ryve, Kirsti Hemmi,
et al.
PISA, TIMSS and Finnish mathematics teaching : an enigma in search of an explanation 2014
Constantinos Xenofontos, Paul Andrews
Defining mathematical problems and problem solving : prospective primary teachers' beliefs in Cyprus and England 2014
Paul Andrews
What does PISA performance tell us about mathematics teaching quality? Case studies from Finland and Flanders 2013

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Paul Andrews
Professor
E-post: paul.andrews@mnd.su.se
Telefon: 08‑1207 6614
 

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