The aim of the Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) event is to provide a supportive platform for teachers of mathematics in early years, primary, secondary, further education or higher education to share their classroom research projects about any aspects of mathematics teaching and learning with fellow practitioners. The event also aims to develop practitioners’ research skills through a keynote talk, workshops and presentations by fellow practitioners. We are delighted that Dr Nancy Barclay, our keynote speaker, will share her experiences of close-to-practice research. The day is organised in collaboration with the British Society for Research in Learning Mathematics (BSRLM).
We invite contributions from anyone engaged in close-to-practice research in mathematics education. The format of these sessions will allow for a fifteen minute presentation, followed by ten minutes for questions. Presentations are welcome from researchers at any stage of their careers and we encourage you to take advantage of the friendly and supportive space to share your work.
The deadline for submission of proposals is Monday 2nd January 2023 and we will share the programme by 6th January 2023. We look forward to receiving your proposals! If you have any questions about this event, please contact the SIG convenors.