The group conducts research in different aspects of mathematics education. Some of the areas of interest are teacher education, history of mathematics and mathematical reasoning, teaching competencies, algebraic concepts, problems solving strategies, assessment, and gifted education. The main focus is on the university and upper secondary level, and the transition between the two.
The PhD-students are part of the research theme Matematik och naturvetenskap
, which involves several departments and organizations engaged in mathematics- and natural science education research at the University of Gothenburg.
||Teaching Competencies, Teacher Education, Transition to Tertiary Mathematics Education, Engineering Education|
||Teacher Education for Primary and Secondary School Teacher, Mathematical Problem Solving and Classroom Culture, Transition to Tertiary Education|
||Teacher Education, Engineering Education|
||History of Mathematics, History of Mathematics Education, Algebra Education, Programming in mathematics. |
||Aspects of relevant algebraic concepts critical for student|
Former doctoral student in Mathematics Education at Mathematical Sciences.
|Kerstin Pettersson, PhD
||"Algoritmiska, intuitiva och formella aspekter av matematiken i dynamiskt samspel: En studie av hur studenter nyttjar sina begreppsuppfattningar inom matematisk analys", 2008|
|Anna-Ida Säfström, PhD
||"Exercising Mathematical Competence: Practising Representation Theory and Representing Mathematical Practice", 2013|
|Linda Mattsson, PhD
||"Tracking mathematical giftedness in an egalitarian context", 2013|
|Helena Johansson, PhD
||"Mathematical Reasoning - In physics and real-life context", 2015|
|Mikael Borke, PhLic
||"Matematisk och pedagogisk kunskap – Lärarstudenters uppfattningar av begreppen funktion och variabel", 2017|
|Éva Fülöp, PhD
||"Learning to solve problems that you have not learned to solve: Strategies in mathematical problem solving", 2019|
University Links to related environments
Historical note: Already in the nineties, before the
Teaching and Learning of Mathematics Research Group was formed, the
department had staff involved in mathematical education research,
especially Mats Martinsson and Christina Nystedt.