Postdoctoral fellow, mathematics education
NTNU

Postdoctoral fellow, mathematics education

Norway 01 Aug 2021

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About the position 

We have a vacancy for a two-year postdoctoral position within mathematics education at the Department for Teacher Education. 

The position is a part of the project ProPrimEd: Reasoning and proving in primary education, funded by the Research Council of Norway. The project is a collaboration between NTNU and Trondheim municipality. See more information about the project at https://www.ntnu.edu/ilu/proprimed . The postdoctoral researcher will work on the part C of the project, coordinated by Associate Professor Heidi Dahl.


The project's overall aim is to gain knowledge about how mathematical reasoning and proving can be strengthen in primary school. The postdoctor will in particular participate in design of resources to be used by primary school teachers in work on reasoning and proving, and in reaserch on how the resources can be used and developed further to support teachers´ and students’ work.

The position reports to Associate Professor Anita Valenta, the leader of the project, and to the head of Section of Mathematics Education at the Department.


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