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MAV21 Virtual Conference: The Capabilities in Mathematics Teaching & Learning
MAV21 Virtual Conference
MAV21 Virtual Conference: The Capabilities in Mathematics Teaching & Learning
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James Russo

Lecturer - Monash University

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James Russo is an educator and researcher interested in a wide range of research topics including: the role of challenging tasks, games, and children’s literature as pedagogical approaches; teacher and student emotional responses in the primary mathematics classroom; better understanding the relationship between classroom practice and academic research; and the learning and teaching of mental computation and estimation. James writes regularly for a range of teacher practitioner journals and continues to spend some of his week team-teaching in a primary classroom. He uses this as a space to develop and test teaching ideas, and to stimulate thinking about his research.

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