Current Issue

    Using Pupil Views to Uncover Evidence of Children’s Metacognition in Mathematics

    This article investigates the impacts of using a thinking skills approach alongside pupil views templates (PVTs) in my primary classroom. This research adopted an “action inquiry” approach—combining elements of action research and case study with mixed methods, including the use of progress and attainment data; a measure of self-concept; and PVTs, to uncover evidence of … Continue reading Using Pupil Views to Uncover Evidence of Children’s Metacognition in Mathematics

    Incorporating the Voices and Insights of Students with Disabilities: Let’s Consider Our Approach

    For this qualitative case study, I centered voice to discover the points of view of 33 students with an identified disability who attended two different Texas high schools. The purpose of the study was to capture the personal meanings these students attributed to their learning experiences and bring their perspectives to the fore. Drawing from … Continue reading Incorporating the Voices and Insights of Students with Disabilities: Let’s Consider Our Approach