I joined Brunel University in 2005 from a background in primary education. I gained a BA degree in Education (Mathematics) at Warwick University, an MA in Education at the University of London’s Institute of Education and a Doctorate in Education at Brunel University. I taught in primary schools in North London for ten years before joining Brunel where I am currently responsible for the mathematics programme on the primary PGCE course. It gives me great satisfaction to help student teachers prepare for teaching mathematics in school. I am a Professional Development Accredited Lead for the National Centre for Excellence in Teaching Mathematics (NCETM) and involved in delivering mathematics CPD for schools. I also contribute to the MA, PhD and EdD programmes.
Newest selected publications
Ineson, EG., Voutsina, C., Barber, P., Fielding, H. and Rowland, T. (2015) 'Deconstructing ‘good practice’ teaching videos: an analysis of pre-service teachers’ reflections'. Mathematics Teacher Education and Development. ISSN: 1442-3901 Open Access Link
Ineson, EG. (2008) 'The Mental Mathematics of Trainee Teachers in the UK: Patterns and Preferences'. The Mathematics Educator, 11 (1/2). pp. 127 - 142.
Ineson, EG. (2008) 'Trainee Teachers: changes in approach to developing a “connected” understanding of mathematics'. Perspectives in Education, 26 (2).
Ineson, EG. (2007) 'Year 6 children: has the new British mathematics curriculum helped their mental computation?'. Early Child Development and Care, 177 (5). pp. 541 - 555.