Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Education

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Professor John Monaghan's Publications

Books

  • Frobisher LJ, Monaghan JD, Orton A, Orton J, Roper T, Threlfall J, Learning to Teach Number: a handbook for students & teachers in the primary school, The Stanley Thornes Teaching Primary Maths Series (Stanley Thornes, 1999), 326p

  • Roper T, Monaghan JD, Threlfall J, Orton J, Frobisher LJ, Orton A, Learning to Teach Number: a handbook for students and teachers in the primary school (Cheltenham: Stanley Thornes, 1999)

  • Monaghan JD, Etchells T, Hunter M, Pozzi S, Rothery A, Mathematical Activities with Computer Algebra (Bromley: Chartwell-Brat, 1997)

Journal Articles

  • Hussain MA, Monaghan J, Threlfall J, ‘Teacher-student development in mathematics classrooms: Interrelated zones of free movement and promoted actions’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 82.2 (2013), 285-302
    DOI: 10.1007/s10649-012-9426-6

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Towards a Socio-cultural Framework for the Analysis of Joint Student-teacher Development over Technology-based Mathematics Lessons’, The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 20.1 (2013)

  • Kidron I, Bikner-Ahsbahs A, Monaghan J, Radford L, Sensevy G, ‘CERME7 Working Group 16: Different theoretical perspectives and approaches in research in mathematics education’, Research in Mathematics Education, 14.2 (2012), 213-214
    DOI: 10.1080/14794802.2012.694296

  • Avraamidou A, Monaghan J, Walker A, ‘Abstraction through game play’, Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 17.1-2 (2012), 1-21
    DOI: 10.1007/s10758-012-9189-2

  • Avraamidou A, Monaghan JD, Walker S, ‘Abstraction through game play’, Technology, Knowledge and Learning, 17.1-2 (2012), 1-21

  • Aydin H, Monaghan JD, ‘Bridging the divide—seeing mathematics in the world through dynamic geometry’, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 30.1 (2011), 1-9

  • Monaghan JD, Pool PC, Roper T, Threlfall J, ‘Open-start mathematics problems: an approach to assessing problem solving’, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 28.1 (2009)
    DOI: 10.1093/teamat/hrn023

  • Bingolbali E, Monaghan J, ‘Concept image revisted’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, ed. by Dreyfus T, 68.1 (2008), 19-35
    DOI: 10.1007/s1064900791122

  • Monaghan JD, Pool P, Roper T, Threlfall J, ‘Open-start mathematics problems: an approach to assessing problem solving’, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 28.1 (2008), 21-31

  • Monaghan J, Threlfall J, ‘A Lesson in Incoherence’, Metascience 2008, 1-5
    DOI: 10.1007/s11016-008-9206-1

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Computer algebra, instrumentation and the anthropological approach’, The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 14.2 (2007), 63-71

  • Bingolbali E, Monaghan J, Roper T, ‘Engineering students' conceptions of the derivative and some implications for their mathematical education’, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 38.6 (2007), 763-777
    DOI: 10.1080/00207390701453579

  • Bingolbali E, Monaghan J, ‘Concept image revisited’, Educational Studies in Mathematics 2007, 1-17
    DOI: 10.1007/s10649-007-9112-2

  • Monaghan J, Ozmantar MF, ‘Comments on the co-emergence of machine techniques, paper-and-pencil techniques, and theoretical reflection’, International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 11.3 (2006), 351-360
    DOI: 10.1007/s10758-006-9104-9

  • Monaghan JD, Ozmantar MF, ‘Abstraction and Consolidation’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 62.3 (2006), 233-258
    DOI: 10.1007/s10649-006-8753-x

  • Hughes R, Monaghan J, Shingadia E, Vaughan S, ‘Revisiting routine questions’, Teaching Mathematics and its Applications, 25.2 (2006), 90-96
    DOI: 10.1093/teamat/hri011

  • Monaghan JD, ‘The Didactical Challenge of Symbolic Calculators: Turning a compuattional device into a mathematical instrument’, The International Journal for Technology in Mathematics Education, 11.4 (2005), 153-157

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Teachers’ Activities in Technology-Based Mathematics Lessons’, International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning, 9.3 (2004), 327-357
    DOI: 10.1007/s10758-004-3467-6

  • Magajna Z, Monaghan JD, ‘Advanced Mathematical Thinking in a Technological Workplace’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 52.2 (2003), 101-122
    DOI: 10.1023/A:1024089520064

  • Rodd MM, Monaghan JD, ‘Graphic Calculator Use in Leeds Schools: fragments of practice’, Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education, 11.1 (2002), 93-110

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Young Peoples' Ideas of Infinity’, Educational Studies in Mathematics, 48.2-3 (2001), 239-257

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Reaction to indispensable manual calculation skills in a CAS environment’, Micromath, 17.1 (2001), 9-11

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Some issues surrounding the use of algebraic calculators in traditional examinations’, International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 31.3 (2000), 381-392

  • Monaghan JD, ‘What are they doing?!’, International Journal of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education, 4.2 (1997), 117-127

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Teaching and Learning in a Computer Algebra Environment: Some Issues Relevant to Sixth-form Teachers in the 1990s’, International Journal of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education, 4.3 (1997), 207-220

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Technology and the new Maths A-level core’, Micromath, 13.3 (1997), 15-17

Chapters

  • Monaghan JD, Kynigos C, Healy L, Fuglestad A, ‘Working with teachers: context and culture’, in Mathematics Education and Technology-Rethinking the Terrain, ed. by Hoyles C and Lagrange J-B (Springer Verlag, 2009), 293-310

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Commentary on the Chapters on the Construction of Knowledge’, ed. by Schwarz BB and Dreyfus T, New perspectives on learning and instruction (Abingdon: UK: Routledge, 2009), 81-90

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Cognition and institutional setting’, in New directions for situated cognition in mathematics education, ed. by Watson A, Mathematics Education Library (Springer, 2008), 45, 231-258

  • Monaghan JD, Ozmantar MF, ‘Are mathematical abstractions situated?’, in New directions for situated cognition in mathematics education, ed. by Watson A and Winbourne P, Mathematics Education Library (Springer, 2008), 45, 101-126

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Thinking algebraically: manipulative algebra’, in Teaching Mathematics with ICT, ed. by Pimm SJ-WAD (Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2005), 62-80

  • Thomas M, Monaghan JD, Pierce R, ‘Computer Algebra Systems and Algebra: Curriculum, Assessment, Teaching, and Learning’, in The Future of the Teaching and Learning of Algebra, ed. by Stacey K, Chick H and Kendal M (Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic, 2004), 155-186

  • Rodd MM, Monaghan JD, ‘School Mathematics and Mathematical Proof’, in Aspects of Teaching Secondary Mathematics: perspectives on practice, ed. by L, The Open University Flexible Postgraduate Certificate of Education (Routledge/Flamer & The Open University, 2002), 71-90

  • Monaghan JD, Kronfellner M, ‘Introduction’, in The State of Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education, ed. by Berry J and others (Bromley: Chartwell-Brat (Publishing and Training) Ltd, 1997), 1-10

  • Dreyfus T, Monaghan JD, ‘Abstraction beyond a delicate shift of attention’, in Mathematical action & structures of noticing, ed. by Lerman S and Davies B (Rotterdam: Sense, [n.d.])

Conference Papers

  • Monaghan J, Hussain M, Threlfall J, ‘Extending Valsiner's complex system: an emergent analytic tool for understanding students' mathematical learning in practice’, in Yes, ed. by Tzekaki and others (Thessaloniki, Greece: PME, 2009), 2, 1-8 33rd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Thessaloniki, Greece, 19/07/2009 - 24/07/2009

  • Avraamidou A, Monaghan J, ‘ABSTRACTION THROUGH GAME PLAY’, in PME 33: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 33RD CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL GROUP FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION, VOL 2, ed. by Kaldrimidou M and Sakonidis H ([n.pub.], 2009), 2, 73-80

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Ways of Researching Teachers Using Computer Algebra Systems’, in Beiträge zum Mathematikunterricht, 2002, ed. by Peschek W (Verlag Franzbecker, Hildesheim, Berlin, 2002), 31-38

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Teachers' Classroom Interactions in ICT-based Mathematics Lessons’, in 25th Conference of the International Groups for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, ed. by Heuval-Panhuizen MVD (Fredenthal Institute, The Netherlands, 2001), 3, 383-390

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Teachers and computer algebra systems’, in The Future of the Teaching and Learn-ing of Algebra - 12th ICMI Study Conference, ed. by Chick and others (University of Melbourne, 2001), 2, 462-467

  • Teong S, Threlfall J, Monaghan JD, ‘The effects of metacognitive training in mathematical word problem solving in a computer environment’, in Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, 2000), 4, 193-200

  • Monaghan JD, ‘Technology and assessment in the UK: one step forwards, two steps back’

  • Monaghan JD, Magajna Z, ‘Non-elementary mathematics in a work setting’

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