You are here

Learning mathematics together in a newly established innovative learning environment

Maree Logan, Glenda Anthony, and Peter Rawlins

This article is based on a case study conducted within a newly established Year 7 and Year 8 innovative learning environment (ILE). Drawing on the voices of students and teachers, this article explores ways teachers and students learnt together, collectively moulding a suitable fit for mathematics learning within their ILE. Of interest was how the teachers and students experienced and designed opportunities to learn mathematics afforded by the new spatial environment and co-teaching arrangement. The inclusion of student voice is a valuable addition to the current research concerning ILEs within New Zealand.

Journal issue: 

Purchase the full text of this article