Prioritising the Voice of Researched: Using Photographs to Elicit Mathematical Thinking of Participants
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Seeking to represent the views of participants, as opposed to those the researcher, can require the latter to suspend their views. To achieve this in a way that prioritises the researched over the researcher, the method of stimulated recall can offer potential. This paper discusses the method used for collecting young people's ways of working in situ across a number of workplace settings.
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia.
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