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. This provides me with an opportunity to combine my teaching and research interests of mathematics subject knowledge of primary teachers. 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 am Director of Postgraduate Research within the Education Department and contribute to the PhD and EdD programmes.
Newest selected publications
Rowland, T., Ineson, EG., Alderton, J., Donaldson, G., Voutsina, C. and Wilson, K. (2018) 'Primary pre-service teachers: reasoning and generalisation'.British Congress of Mathematics Education9 Research Proceedings. Warwick University. 5 - 7 April.Open Access Link
Ineson, EG. (2018) 'Encouraging mathematical talk', in Jones, D. and Hodson, P. (eds.) Unlocking Speaking and Listening. Routledge. pp. 115 - 125.
Rowland, T., Wilson, K., Voutsina, C., Alderton, J., Donaldson, G. and Ineson, EG. (2017) 'Pre-service primary teachers' approaches to mathematical generalisation'.British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics. Liverpool Hope University. [unpublished]
Ineson, EG. (2016) 'What knowledge is necessary to encourage mathematical talk?'.Congress of European Research into Mathematics Education. Dublin.Open Access Link
Ineson, EG. (2016) 'Mathematical talk: links with Subject Knowledge?'.13th International Congress on Mathematical Education. Hamburg.Open Access Link