Matthew Ross Sexton


NameMatthew Ross Sexton
Job titleLecturer (Education Studies/Mathematics Education)
Research instituteSchool of Education
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

School mathematics leaders' perceptions of successes and challenges of their leadership role within a Mathematics Improvement Project
Sexton, Matthew and Downton, Ann. (2014) School mathematics leaders' perceptions of successes and challenges of their leadership role within a Mathematics Improvement Project. In J Anderson, M. Cavanagh and A. Prescott (Ed.). Curriculum in focus: Research guided practice (Proceedings of the 37th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia). Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. pp. 581 - 588

Conference item

Demonstration lessons in mathematics education: Teachers' observation foci and intended changes in practice
Clarke, Doug, Roche, Anne, Wilkie, Karina, Wright, Vince, Brown, Jill, Downton, Ann, Horne, Marjorie, Knight, Rose, McDonough, Andrea, Sexton, Matthew and Worrall, Chris. (2013) Demonstration lessons in mathematics education: Teachers' observation foci and intended changes in practice. Mathematics Education Research Journal. 25(2), pp. 207 - 230. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13394-012-0058-z

Journal article

Powerful pedagogical actions in mathematics education
Gervasoni, Ann, Hunter, Roberta, Bicknell, Brenda and Sexton, Matthew. (2012) Powerful pedagogical actions in mathematics education. In In B Perry, T Lowrie and T Logan, A MacDonald & J Greenlees (Ed.). pp. 193 - 218 Sense Publishers.

Book chapter

Building preservice teacher capacity for effective mathematics teaching through partnerships with teacher educators and primary school communities
McDonough, Andrea and Sexton, Matthew. (2011) Building preservice teacher capacity for effective mathematics teaching through partnerships with teacher educators and primary school communities. In J. Clark, B. Kissane and J. Mousley (Ed.). Mathematics: Traditions and [new] practices: Proceedings of the 2011 AAMT-MERGA conference. Australia: AAMT and MERGA. pp. 508 - 514

Conference item

Using concept cartoons to access student beliefs about preferred approaches to mathematics learning and teaching
Sexton, Matthew. (2010) Using concept cartoons to access student beliefs about preferred approaches to mathematics learning and teaching. In L. Sparrow, B. Kissane and C. Hurst (Ed.). Shaping the future of mathematics education: proceedings of the 33rd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. pp. 515 - 522

Conference item

Using a concept cartoon to gain insight into children's calculation strategies
Sexton, Matthew, Gervasoni, Ann Maree and Brandenburg, Robyn. (2009) Using a concept cartoon to gain insight into children's calculation strategies. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom.

Journal article

Using a concept cartoon to gain insight into children's calculation strategies
Sexton, Matthew, Gervasoni, Ann and Brandenburg, Robyn. (2009) Using a concept cartoon to gain insight into children's calculation strategies. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom. 14(4), pp. 24 - 28.

Journal article

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