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Marie Joubert

Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences



Marie graduated with a first class degree in mathematics and fine art from Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa. She completed a higher diploma in education at the University of Cape Town, and then taught in South Africa for two years before emigrating to the UK. She taught mathematics and computing in secondary schools in South Africa, London and Bristol for about twenty years before moving into the Higher Education sector.

Marie completed her PhD, entitled 'Classroom Mathematical Learning with Computers: the mediational effects of the computer, the teacher and the task', graduating in June 2007.

Marie has worked on a range of research projects in mathematics education and technology-enhanced learning at the University of Bristol (2003 - 2012), University of Nottingham (2012 - 2014), African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Cape Town (2014 -2016), Swansea University (2017 -2019).

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  • Centres for Excellence in Mathematics Education (CfEM)
  • Formative Assessment in Science and Mathematics Education (FaSMEd)
  • The Mathematics Assessment Resource Service (MARS) project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • The STELLAR Network of Excellence, funded by the European Union (FP7).
  • A national research project concerning the professional development of teachers of mathematics:Researching Effective CPD in Mathematics Education (RECME), funded by the NCETM.
  • An investigation of the impact on teachers of taking part in NCETM-funded teacher enquiry.
  • The DAIS project, which is one of Becta's 'Harnessing Technology' projects. The project explored the nature and extent of online and face to face discussions in science classrooms.
  • The MiMeG project, which had as its focus the synchronous, remote analysis of video and related data, as an associate researcher.
  • Researching mobile learning, a project funded by Becta to investigate the use of handheld computing in schools.

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University of Nottingham
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Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

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