dr. A. Mali
I am an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the Institute for Science Education and Communication. I worked as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Mathematics Education at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor (2016-2018) and as a University Teacher at Loughborough University (2013-2015) where I was awarded my PhD in Mathematics Education (2016).
I received my MSc (2012) in Mathematics Education and my BSc (2010) in Mathematics from the University of Athens in Greece.
My research is focused on mathematics teaching practices mainly at university level. My work explores mathematics teaching and its relation to the mathematical meaning students make; what the characteristics of teaching are and how teaching develops for promoting students' meaning in mathematics.
I have worked as a researcher on projects funded by the National Science Foundation in the USA and foundations in the UK. I have authored more than 60 publications.
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