Profile
Name:  Professor Celia Hoyles 
About: 
Dame Professor Celia Hoyles
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20042007 Government Chief Adviser for Mathematics. 2007 13 Director of the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics 2004 International Commission of Mathematics Instruction (ICMI) Hans Freudenthal medal 2004 Made Officer of the British Empire 2011 Royal Society Kavli Education Medal Hon Doctorates awarded by the Open University 2006, Loughborough University 2008, and Sheffield Hallam University, 2011 2014 2015 President of the Institute of the Mathematics and its Applications
2014 Made Dame Commander of the British Empire
Postgraduate Research: Chua, Boon Liang (MME), 2014

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Department Profile Page:  www.ioe.ac.uk/staff/LKLB/LKLB_21.html 
Publications
Publications: 
Selected publications Books Kilpatrick, J., Hoyles, C., Skovsmose, O. (eds.)† in collaboration with Valero, P. (2005), Meaning in Mathematics Education, Springer USA Hoyles. C and Lagrange JB (eds)† (2009) Mathematics Education and Technology† Rethinking the terrain† Springer† Hoyles, C. Noss, R., Kent,P. and Bakker, A. (2010)† Improving Mathematics at Work: The need for technomathematical literacies Routledge
Selected Research
Publications: refereed journals & book chapters Hoyles, C. (1982) ëThe pupil's view of mathematics learning'. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 13, October, 349372. Hoyles, C., Healy, L. and Pozzi, S. (1992) ëInterdependence and Autonomy: Aspects of Groupwork with Computers'.† In Mandel, H., De Corte, E., Bennett S.N. and Friedrich H.F (eds), Learning and Instruction, European Research in International Context. Vol. 2, 239257. Hoyles, C., Noss, R. and Pozzi, S. (2001), ëProportional Reasoning in Nursing Practice'. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 32, 1, 427. Hoyles, C., K¸chemann, D., Healy, L. & Yang, M. (2005), ëStudents' Developing Knowledge in a Subject Discipline: Insights from combining Quantitative and Qualitative Methods'. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, Vol. 8, 3 pp225238 K¸chemann, D. & Hoyles, C.† (2006)† Influences on students' mathematical reasoning and patterns in its development: insights from a longitudinal study with particular reference to geometry International Journal of science and maths education 4, (4), 581 608 K¸chemann, D. & Hoyles, C.† (2009) From empirical to structural reasoning in mathematics: tracking changes over time† In Stylianou, D.A,† Blanton, M. L. &† Knuth, E.J. (Eds) Teaching and Learning Proof Across the Grades K16 Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 171 191 Hoyles C, & Noss, R (2009) The Technological Mediation of Mathematics and Its Learning †In Nunes,T (ed) Special Issue, ëGiving Meaning to Mathematical Signs: Psychological, Pedagogical and Cultural Processes'† Human Development, Vol 52, No 2, April, pp. 129147 Times Educational Supplement (TES) Maths Podcast (12/11/13) Cornerstone Maths research project 
Students
Students: 
Research Theses supervised (some jointly) by Prof Celia Hoyles Sutherland, Rosamund. 1988 A longitudinal study of the development of pupils' algebraic thinking in a logo environment Robins, Keith. 1989 Mathematical language Bamfield, Moira Catherine. 1989† Parental attitudes and involvement in learning mathematics: a study of infant schools Evans, Richard.† 1991 A turning point in the education of women in Western Europe (14001600): with special reference to mathematics Garnier, Rowan. 1992 Understanding logical connectives: a comparative study of language influence Dowrick, Nicholas. 1992 Six and seven year olds working in pairs at an arithmetic task UrsiniLegovich, Sonia. 1994 Pupil's approaches to different characterizations of variable in logo Magina, Sandra. 1994 Investigating the factors which influence the child's conception of angle Morgan, Candia Ruth. 1995 An analysis of the discourse of written reports of investigative work in GCSE mathematics Correia Dias, Angela Alvares. 1996 Ways of seeing geometrical meaning in different situations Gomes Ferreira, Veronica Gitirana.† 1997 Exploring mathematical functions through dynamic microworlds Anakwue, Festus Onyeama. 1997† A study of training programmes for school mathematics teachers in Nigeria Morais de Lira, Ana Karina. 2000† Separating variables in the context of data handling Healy, Siobhan (Lulu). 2002 Iterative design and comparison of learning systems for reflection in two dimensions 
LKL News
Celia Hoyles is featured in the following news items:  
Date  Title 
Tuesday, 07 January 2014  Professor Celia Hoyles earns Damehood 
Tuesday, 01 October 2013  Celia Hoyles elected IMA President 
Monday, 10 December 2012  Cornerstone Project 
Thursday, 24 November 2011  Professor Celia Hoyles awarded Honorary doctorate 
Monday, 11 April 2011  Medals for Hoyles and Noss 
Monday, 10 January 2011  The first Royal Society Medal has been awarded to Professor Celia Hoyles 
Thursday, 23 September 2010  New book on Mathematics Education and Technology 
Thursday, 06 May 2010  Improving Mathematics at Work 
Thursday, 04 March 2010  LKL forges Australian links 
Tuesday, 13 March 2007  TLRP Research Award 
Thursday, 13 July 2006  WebReports code released 
Monday, 10 October 2005  new centre for maths education 
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LKL Events
List of events at the London Knowledge Lab with Celia Hoyles:  
Date  Title 
Tuesday, 16 May 2006  Learning about the mathematics of manufacturing 
Monday, 24 April 2006  Learning by Programming Games Without Knowing How to Program 
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LKL Research
Celia Hoyles is participating in the following LKL research projects: (bold = current)  
Title  
A space travel games construction kit  
Cornerstone Maths  
Intelligent Support for Mathematical Generalisation II  
MiGen: Intelligent Support for Mathematical Generalisation  
Technomathematical Literacies in the Workplace  
WebLabs: new representational infrastructures for elearning  
Full LKL research projects listing 