SCHOLARSHIP, RESEARCH, AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Current research focuses on mathematics teacher education, exploring issues of teacher identity; the regulatory practices of schooling, learning and knowing; theory-practice transitions in secondary mathematics teacher education; inquiry-based approaches to teaching and learning mathematics; and disrupting notions of field experience supervision through video conferencing technologies and blended learning environments. Bourdieu’s social field theory and theories of critical mathematics education feature prominently in this research, as do narrative and self-study methodologies. Past research endeavours include the role of play in science education, the integration of ICT into student internships, and pre-service teachers’ perceptions of alternative assessment in mathematics. Additional research interests include performative arts-based research methodologies and creative scholarly research-writing.