I have been revisiting interviews from about 25 years ago that have not, formally, been written up. Soon after each teacher's first lesson with a new group, I interviewed them focusing on the detail of what happened in the spirit of Bruner's "cultural psychology", how does what is done give insight into thoughts and beliefs. I would now describe the process differently, but the current interest is driven by the question, How possible or desirable is it to try to import the culture and practices of one country to another? After sharing the outcomes of the original interviews, I will compare and contrast teaching and learning mathematics in Hungary and the UK drawing from a 25-year experience of an exchange link.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the day conference of BSRLM|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
|Event||British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics: Day Conference - Liverpool Hope University, Eden Building, Liverpool|
Duration: 11 Nov 2017 → 11 Nov 2017
|Conference||British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics|
|Period||11/11/17 → 11/11/17|