Action Research is aimed at actively investigating barriers and opportunities to increase mathematical understanding of achievement within the post-16 sector with a key focus on GCSE maths. This is undertaken by practitioners who explore alternative and systematic approaches within all aspects of delivering a maths curriculum using established academic principles and research as a foundation for this exploration.
Access the full reports from action research projects undertaken by Centres for Excellence in Maths across the country in 2020-21.
Newham College Action Research was recently used as a case study in the interim project report, Changing the Experience of FE Maths. Also find Newham’s action research reports, presentations and resources throughout the CfEM project.
2019-2020: Julie Baxter, Elizabeth Hopker, Mohamed Ibrahim, Chris Lynch (WKC)
2020-2021: Elizabeth Hopker, Mohamed Ibrahim
2021-2022: Rebecca Atherfold (Southwark College), Elizabeth Hopker