Dr Yuqian Wang
(email at firstname.lastname@example.org)
Yuqian (Linda) is Assistant Professor at the School of Education. Her university teaching and research interests focus on mathematics teacher education. She is particularly interested in curriculum design at both secondary and lower primary level mathematics and the integration of East-West pedagogies. She is also interested in developing the educational impact partnership model, working with university-education agency-school coalitions, to deliver Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to future-orientate Mathematics education.
Linda’s other areas of expertise include: comparative study of maths pedagogies (the focus of her PhD research); mathematics mastery pedagogy (her first post-doctoral research project),educational evaluation (her second post-doctoral research project).
Linda graduated with BSc and MSc in Maths Education and qualified as a teacher (and regional maths hub coordinator) in Shanghai, where she taught secondary maths for over ten years, following which she obtained her QTS/NQT in the UK.
School of Education
School of Education
- Mathematics Education
- Comparative Study
- Dawson, J & Wang, Y (2020). How can we nurture creative thinking? Designing a revision lesson in geometry. Mathematics Teaching 270: 20-23.
- Wang, Linda (2020). Sharing learning from Shanghai on school reopening under Covid-19. Mathematics Teaching 672: 10-11.
- Dawson, J & Wang, Y. (2019). How does a mastery lesson unfold?. Mathematics Teaching MT267: 11-14.
- Wang, Y., Barmby, P. & Bolden, D. (2017). In which ways and to what extent do English and Shanghai Students Understand Linear Function'. Research in Mathematics Education 19(1): 66-90.
- Wang, Y., Barmby, P. & Bolden, D. (2017). Understanding Linear Function: A Comparison of Selected Textbooks from England and Shanghai. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 15(1): 131-153.