Dr Rosemary Cann

Dr Rosemary Cann

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Senior Lecturer

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Dr. Rosemary Cann is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education and Lifelong Learning at Aberystwyth University. Rosemary obtained a first class degree BSc degree in Mathematics and Education. She then comlpeted her PhD in mathematical education in July 2008. This focused upon students' participation in mathematics in Wales. Rosemary currently teaches modules relating to child development, educational psychology and mathematical education on the single honours BA degree in Childhood Studies and on joint degrees in Education.

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Research

Rosemary's PhD centred upon students' participation in post compulsory mathematics. Since completing this, Rosemary has been conducting research into mathematics education and on education partnerships in rural areas. Rosemary has a keen interest in the counting systems used by multilingual children and how this can impact upon their later mathematical skills. Rosemary is currently working with a colleague in the Department of Psychology at Aberystwtyh University on the use of Welsh counting systems in mathematical development. A number of funded projects can be seen below:

Nuffield Foundation, 'Developing the use of visual representations in the primary classroom'. Proposal for £40,048. Dr. Patrick Barmby, Dr. David Bolden, Maria Stibric (Durham University) & Dr. R Cann (Aberystwyth University).

Welsh Education Rural Network (WERN), 'Education Partnerships in Rural Wales'. Funding of £13000 to enable collaborative networking with members of Cardiff University. Grant holders were Thomas, M., Brake, P., Cann, R., Evans, A., Hagen, G., Jephcote, M., Morgan, D.W., Neil, P., Pester, S., Taylor, C., Woods, M.

Welsh Education Rural Network (WERN), 'Education Partnerships in Rural Wales'. Funding of £10000 to enable a sub-group to prepare for an ESRC bid. Grant holders were Cann, R., Jephcote, M and Thomas, M.

Publications

Evaluating school-based sexual health education programme in Nepal: An outcome from a randomised controlled trialAcharya, D. R., Thomas, M. & Cann, R. 2017 In : International Journal of Educational Research.82, p. 147-158
Validation of a questionnaire to measure sexual health knowledge and understanding (Sexual Health Questionnaire) in Nepalese secondary school: A psychometric processAcharya, D. R., Thomas, M. & Cann, R. 2016 In : Journal of Education and Health Promotion.5, p. 1-1010 p.
Book Review of Mathematical Knowledge in TeachingCann, R. O. 2013 In : Educational Review.65, 1
‘Students’ Perceptions on the Transition from Further Education to Higher Education’Cann, R. 2011 In : Education Futures.3, 2, p. 45-5511 p.
The Challenges and Benefits Presented by Partnerships within Rural Education in WalesCann, R. O., Thomas, M. & Jephcote, M. 2011 In : Welsh Journal of Education.15, 1, p. 80-9011 p.
Girls' participation in post 16 mathematics: a view from pupils in WalesCann, R. O. 2009 In : Gender and Education.21, 6, p. 651-66919 p.
Partnerships in Rural Education: Identification of Research ThemesThomas, M., Brake, P., Cann, R., Evans, A. L. W., Hagen, G., Morgan, D. W., Neil, P., Pester, S., Woods, M., Jephcote, M. & Taylor, C. 2009 In : Welsh Journal of Education.14, 2, p. 144-1496 p.
Students' Participation in Post 16 Mathematics: A Perspective from Students in WalesCann, R. O. 2008 In : Education Futures.1, 1, p. 71-788 p.