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TLRI funded project: Non-routine mathematical problem-solving: creativity, engagement, and intuition of tertiary STEM students

posted on 2020-12-13, 20:55 authored by Sergiy Klymchuk, Tanya EvansTanya Evans, Michael ThomasMichael Thomas, Jason StephensJason Stephens, Priscilla Murphy, Julia NovakJulia Novak

We would like to express our thanks to the Ministry of Education for providing funding through the Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) for research such as this to take place. The thoughtful comments and suggestions of the reviewers at the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) in response to the milestone reports were beneficial and much appreciated. We are very grateful to our advisory committee members for their valuable feedback at different stages of the project: Professor Glenda Anthony, Professor of Mathematics Education, Co-Director of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education, Massey University; Professor Merrilyn Goos, Professor of STEM Education and Director of the National Centre for STEM Education, University of Limerick, Ireland; Professor Barbara Jaworski, Professor of Mathematics Education, Loughborough University, UK; and Fields Medallist Sir Vaughan Jones KNZM FRS FRSNZ FAA, Stevenson Distinguished Professor of mathematics, Vanderbilt University, USA and Distinguished Alumni Professor, University of Auckland.


Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) government grant (9177).



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