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Tara Harper is a Lecturer in Education in the School of Education and Social Work.
She began her career as a secondary mathematics teacher in the Borders in 1992 and has also taught mathematics in Fife and Clackmannanshire. After a period of time working as a Mathematics Development Officer in Clackmannanshire, she re-trained as a primary teacher and has taught in the primary sector ever since. She has had a variety of roles including Class Teacher, Principal Teacher, Depute Head Teacher and latterly Head Teacher in Perth and Kinross. She joined the University as a permanent member of staff, teaching mathematics education on primary and secondary teacher education programmes in February 2015.
Tara completed her Masters in Professional Enquiry: School Leadership and Management in 2013 with the final dissertation titled 'Evaluating Professional Learning'.
- Developing 'intriguing' learning and teaching in mathematics education
- How primary and secondary colleagues can learn from one another and provide a progressive, coherent transition between primary and secondary mathematics education
- Co-operative learning in mathematics teaching
Master of Science, University of Stirling
Award Date: 10 Jun 2013
External Examiner , University of the Highlands and Islands1 Sep 2020 → 31 Aug 2024
External Examiner, University of Glasgow31 Aug 2018 → …
External Examiner, University of Edinburgh1 Sep 2017 → …
- L Education (General)
- Mathematics Education
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Other chapter contribution
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Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Other event